Creative Writing For Primary School

My eyes opened. The thoughts which I fell asleep with were the same ones lingering in my mind. I knew what I had to do.

I knew I had to Write and Shine.

Primary 6 Creative Writing

Components covered:

Paper 1

– Composition Writing (with 20 Composition Topics covered)

– Situational Writing



Class Duration

1.5 hours

Creative Writing For Primary School | Lil' but Mighty English

Wake up and smell the coffee!

With less than a year to go, are you aware of what you need to work on to bring your writing to the next level for PSLE? How are you going to secure the most number of marks for Paper 1?

The answer is simple: A structured programme that targets composition and Situational Writing.

Primary Creative Writing: Plan, Apply & Adapt

It is not just about writing a good composition. It is about satisfying the requirements in the most efficient manner. This is the truth most people don’t realise about creative writing for primary school students. Learn how to plan, apply key strategies and skills, and make story adaptations that will save you time and give you returns.

Creative Writing in Primary School

20 Composition Topics At Your Fingertips!

We are not only going deep with regular practice and skills but we are also going wide by covering *20 composition topics. With a new composition being written every fortnight, pupils will be consistently reinforcing the process of planning, applying and adapting. The result? Confident writers equipped with a bank of rich descriptions and story plots, all ready to write to their heart’s content by PSLE.

*The composition topics will not be a direct overlap with those covered in the P6 Achieve Programme.

Creative Writing for Primary School

Situational Writing is not a given. You need to earn that 15/15.

Just like how breakfast is complete with a good cup of coffee or juice, Paper 1 is complete only with Situational Writing too. We know the importance of these 15 marks and we want you to seize them.

How Do You Succeed in Writing?​

While some seem to have a natural flair for and style in writing, many writers learn from the works of others and hone their skills through practice. However, it is equally important to consider what we are writing for and who our audience are. A great songwriter might not be able to produce a good novel simply because the requirements of the two types of writing are vastly different. 

How does this relate to creative writing at primary school? Creative writing in primary school has its own set of requirements which need to be adhered to too. Being able to develop the creative writing piece with the given theme while displaying mastery in various writing techniques allows a young writers to be set apart from others. All these are to be done in a timed condition where having certainty and clarity in how you want to execute the writing will give you a sure advantage.

The good news is that success in creative writing in primary school can be attained. Whether you are already a confident writer looking to develop your repertoire of writing skills or someone aspiring to pick up the tools of creative writing to achieve your best, we believe in your ability to grow and make a difference.

How Your Child Will Benefit

  1. Have a clear structure for composition and Situational Writing

  2. Equipped with a rich bank of descriptive phrases for composition writing

  3. Equipped with a variety of writing skills (e.g. question breakdown, quick planning, adaptation of master plots etc.) and awareness to apply them

  4. Individual feedback that highlights areas of strengths and actionable steps for areas to work on

  5. Develop confidence and a love for English and its intricacies

Creative Writing in Primary School
“My girl has been attending Lil’ but Mighty since P3. I am amazed at how language could be taught in such a systematic and structured manner. My girl really enjoyed her lessons with Lil’ but Mighty. Recently, I signed her up for the Write and Shine writing classes too. I am once again impressed with the writing classes.“
Leng Lim, parent of Chloe, student of Singapore Chinese Girls’ School
P6 Write and Shine Creative Writing

What Makes LBM Creative Writing Classes Different From Other Centres’?

How do you know that learning has taken place? When you can teach it.

Not only do our students demonstrate their understanding of the techniques and question types in the practices, but they also are given opportunities to explain questions to their peers.

On top of learning with thoughtfully crafted materials and in a nurturing environment, your child will walk out of our classroom, feeling empowered.

Creative Writing in Primary School
Specific strategies

for each section of the paper

Creative Writing in Primary School
Regularly updated in-house curriculum

to align with MOE’s assessment formats

Creative Writing in Primary School
Collaborative learning setting

with small class size of 6

Direct line of communication

with teachers via our messaging app

Revise the techniques for writing to polish up your writing before the exams!

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Here’s what parents have been sharing about us!

Lower Primary English Review

“We told him that classes are only once a week but after his first lesson, he said he saw the schedule placed on the glass door at the centre and told us: “Actually there is class tomorrow, can I come over tomorrow?”

“Yan Zhe’s response to the teacher is positive and he’s very keen to attend the tuition class. We told him that classes are only once a week but after his first lesson, he said he saw the schedule placed on the glass door at the centre and told us: “Actually there is class tomorrow, can I come over tomorrow?”

We told him no, this is only once a week.

At the beginning, when we told him that he is going for tuition classes, he refused. This is the first time we are sending him and we are very glad that he is looking forward to attending the next class.”

Mdm Lim, parent of Yan Zhe, P2 IGNITE Programme
Lower Primary English Review

“Kyran is enjoying the lessons so far. The class size is small so he is able to participate more. He showed me worksheets from his last lesson about air ships, something about locomotive transportation, and he told me more about it. I think that’s what he enjoys.

My sister saw Lil’ but Mighty’s website and so far the reviews were good so I decided to sign Kyran up for a trial class. And from the class, Kyran is the one who said he wanted to continue. 

I spoke to Teacher Nuri and she did mention that Kyran is quite participative in class. We decided to sign up and see if the enrichment classes help him with his English.

One month after enrolling Kyran, I have noticed that he has learned to write compositions and use more interesting words.”

Stephanie, parent of Kyran, student of Holy Innocents’ Primary School P2 IGNITE Programme
LBM Student Testimonial

“Their structured approach to the various components of PSLE English have benefited her, as well as their many practical tips.”

Germaine, parent of Isabelle, Henry Park Primary School (P6)
SA1 73% to SA2 84%
Lower Primary English Review

“Kai Jin says classes are fun. I am quite particular but because my sister-in-law also recommended Lil’ but Mighty to me, that was also another push point.

I signed up Kai Jin at Lil’ but Mighty through a recommendation. Kai Jin’s classmate wanted to go so we decided to give it a try. So far it has been good; Kai Jin says classes are fun. I am quite particular but because my sister-in-law also recommended Lil’ but Mighty to me, that was also another push point. She was telling me Lil’ but Mighty is pretty good and that she knows a very good teacher who teaches at the Bukit Timah branch. Although we are attending the Hougang branch, this was still one of the factors that made me try Lil’ but Mighty.”

Cindy, parent of Kai Jin, student of Catholic High School, P1 WONDER Programme

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Jeff, parent of Jia Xuan, Compassvale Primary School (P3)
SA1 73% to SA2 84%
Student Testimonial

“My son enjoys his lessons very much and his English grade has improved tremendously, from 75 in SA1 to 83 in SA2!”

Emily, parent of Wei Hong, Rulang Primary School (P5)
SA1 73% to SA2 84%

Since attending the lessons, I’ve seen improvements in Thaddeus’ grammar and he has picked up some useful techniques in answering questions.”

“Thaddeus’ writing was not very good at the start. I signed up Thaddeus at Lil’ but Mighty because his sister is already there. I previously received good feedback from my sister so we signed up. Since attending the lessons, I’ve seen improvements in Thaddeus’ grammar and he has picked up some useful techniques in answering questions. What Thaddeus finds interesting and enjoys most are the online games they play in class through Nearpod.”

Yvonne, parent of Thaddeus, student of Frontier Primary School P4 BUILD Programme

“As I watch my child gain more clarity and achieve her personal best in the subject to date, I look forward to more growth in her upcoming journey with Lil’ but Mighty.”

Audrey, parent of Michel, Juying Primary School (P4)
SA1 73% to SA2 84%
Lower Primary Review

“She said her teacher guided her throughout the lesson and played games in between. She even taught us a game at home and we played with her.”

“We saw an advertisement by Lil’ but Mighty and in the video, Mrs Chew shared some points about the LBM approach that piqued our interest. We decided to book a trial class for Lydia to let her experience it. She enjoyed the trial class and immediately said she wanted to continue with the classes. “This is my work,” she said as she showed us how and what she learned in class. She said her teacher guided her throughout the lesson and played games in between. She even taught us a game at home and we played with her. Seeing Lydia enjoy the lesson, we have decided to sign up for the P2 classes at Lil’ but Mighty.”

Lydia, parent of Phoebe, P2 IGNITE Programme
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