How To Prepare Your Child from P1 to PSLE with NO Tutoring?

(Exclusively for Parents with Children in K2)

It is a global problem that children attend school for 5 days a week, yet they still have to suffer the pressure of tutoring after school and on the 6th and 7th days.
Einstein once said, “There can be no more certain sign of insanity than to do the same thing over and over and expect the results to be different.” This ‘insanity’ creates a pressure that every year leads children to ‘hate’ school, and wrongly believe that they are failures.

At MindChamps it is in our DNA to seek out the gaps in society and fill them, and we have been addressing this ‘insanity gap’ for two decades.
MindChamps Academy – A new breakthrough learning approach in Singapore which
brings together the best of all the MindChamps signature programmes in one learning environment.

Stop this ‘Insanity Gap’ & attend this talk to learn:
– How to unlock your child’s full learning potential;
– How to master and actively understand every subject at school;
– The ‘mindset’ to conquer every subject at school;
– The scientific research of the 3 Minds needed to ACE exams for success in school & in life.

1. Juan Antonio Alegre (Spain)
2. Peter Bell (Northern Ireland)
3. Bobby Bostic (USA)
4. Miguel Caselles (Spain)
5. Francesco Galanzino (Italy)
6. Robert Greaves (Wales)
7. David Horsley (England)
8. Kym McConnell (New Zealand)
9. Karen Michelsen (Canada)
10. Finbarr Murphy (Ireland)
11. Andrew Murray (Scotland)
12. Johan Soderstrom (Sweden)
13. Jukka Viljanen (Finland
14. Peder Stenson (Sweden)      NAME	NUMBER	NATIONALITY	ABBREV	TEAM
William Tan	1	Singapore	SIN
Dave Horsley	2	Great Britain	GBR	Raw Feet
Kym McConnell	3	New Zealand	NZL	Raw Feet
Raphael Rottgen	4	Germany	GER	Raw Feet
Steve Boswell	5	Great Britain	GBR	Slalom Globetrotters
Rob Greaves	6	Great Britain	GBR	Slalom Globetrotters
Sean Greaves	7	Great Britain	GBR	Slalom Globetrotters
Tom Aaker	8	USA	USA	Standard Chartered Bank
Katy Disley	9	Great Britain	GBR	Standard Chartered Bank
Kapil Johri	10	Great Britain	GBR	Standard Chartered Bank
Nick Rowe	11	Great Britain	GBR	Standard Chartered Bank
Juan Antonio Alegre	12	Spain	ESP
Miguel Caselles	13	Spain	ESP
Peter Bell	14	Northern Ireland	NIR
Paul Gray	15	Northern Ireland	NIR
Sean Cornwell	16	Great Britain / Italy	GBR / ITA
Ed Stumpf	17	South Africa	RSA
Miles Cudmore	18	Great Britain	GBR
Patrick Waller	19	Great Britain	GBR
Nick Gibbins	20	Great Britain	GBR
Philip Stapleton	21	Great Britain	GBR
Myung Jung Kim	22	South Korea / USA	KOR / USA
Jeff Rutherford	23	USA	USA
Onu Tareq Mahmud	24	Bangladesh	BAN
Enam Ul Haque	25	Bangladesh	BAN
Liubov Bleykh	26	Russia	RUS
Bobby Bostic	27	USA	USA
Marianne DeMarco	28	USA	USA
Francesco Galanzino	29	Italy	ITA
Alison Gill	30	Great Britain	GBR
Susan Holliday	31	Great Britain	GBR
Juergen Kuhlmey	32	Germany	GER
Roberto Liano	33	Mexico	MEX
Thomas Maguire	34	Ireland	IRL
Karen Michelsen	35	Canada	CAN
Finbarr Murphy	36	Ireland	IRL
Andrew Murray	37	Great Britain	GBR
Seow Kong Ng	38	Malaysia	MAS
Paul Richer	39	Great Britain	GBR
Richard Singer	40	Czech Republic	CZE
Frank Staples	41	Great Britain	GBR
Jukka Viljanen	42	Finland	FIN
John Waerner	43	Sweden	SWE
Richard Williams	44	Great Britain	GBRMarathon
On Saturday 7th April, the 2007 North Pole Marathon took place at the Geographic North Pole. Run in brilliant sunshine and Ð25C temperatures, more than 40 competitors from 22 nations took part in the 26.2-mile event, dubbed the worldÕs coolest marathon. First across the finish line was Thomas Maguire of Ireland who set a new course record of 3:36:10. ItalyÕs Francesco Galanzino took second place in 3:43:03 with Juan Antonio Alegre of Spain in third position with 3:56:33. Susan Holliday (Great Britain) won the womenÕs title in 5:50:04. For more information see www.npmarathon.com. Contact rd@npmarathon.comBike
The first ever mountain bike event at the North Pole took place on Saturday 7th April. The ÔNorth Pole Bike ExtremeÕ race saw fourteen competitors from 8 nations pedalling furiously in Ð21C on specially designed Crescent mountain bikes. Juan Antonio Alegre (Spain) won the 26.2-mile race in a time of ____. His Spanish compatriot Miguel Caselles took second place in _____ with Kym McConnell of New Zealand in third position. Alegre said he felt Òon top of the worldÓ after his victory.  For more information see www.npbikeextreme.com. Contact rd@npbikeextreme.com.This is not a free photo.Copyright Mike King28 Beauval Road
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(44) 7973 303707This is not a free photo.Copyright Mike King28 Beauval Road
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England(44) 208 299 0484
(44) 7973 303707

– Dr William Tan, conquering the North Pole.

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Programme Director, Dr William Tan

William TanAs Director of the MindChampion Programme, Dr William Tan unites his unique attributes with those of our expert team of global researchers and our specialist training team. He is the ideal Director for this programme, because he is the living definition of a MindChampion. Despite being paralysed from the waist down since the age of two, and without the advantaged wealth or position many are born to, he nevertheless developed the mindset to become:

  • A multi-degree graduate of NUS, Newcastle, Auckland, Harvard and Oxford Universities
  • A highly-successful neuroscientist and physician
  • A Paralympian
  • A gold-medallist and a world-record holder in the marathon who has raised over $18 million for children’s and medical charities.

To achieve more than you believe you can, you need role models, and there is no better role model than a man who has lived through so much adversity, yet shone in so many diverse areas. As a stage-4 cancer-survivor, Dr. William Tan is an esteemed physician famous for both his skill and his empathy. He is a man who understands, first-hand, what it takes to overcome crippling adversity and achieve at the élite level – in the medical profession, in sport and in life – and he believes strongly in sharing his passion, his skills and his insights with young people.

So, a key part of his role as Programme Director is to meet regularly with students, to share his wisdom and his experience, helping them to develop the 3 Minds necessary to give them the edge to achieve at the highest level in any area of study, work and life.

He is a champion who has had to overcome crippling adversity, yet he has conquered some of life’s most difficult challenges by applying his Champion, Learning and Creative Minds to become a neuroscientist, a medical doctor, a Paralympian and a world-record holder who completed 7 marathons on 7 continents in 26 days and 17 hours – in a wheelchair!