Seriously Addictive Mathematics Causeway Bay is coming soon !

Our new Causeway Bay small centre will be opened soon
Small class size, seats are limited
19 March 2021

Easter Camps with Seriously Addictive Mathematics ! or Seriously Addictive Mathematics and Art with Smile join camp !

Please contact our centres for more information
@Wong Chuk Hang – Tel: 3102 8003 | WhatsApp: 9311 1066
19 March 2021

Metro 997 紫昕有你 Wonderland interview


Interview REPLAY 2019-03-09 12:30-13:00

Math Summer Camps with Seriously Addictive Mathematics !

Please contact our centres for more information
@Wong Chuk Hang – Tel: 3102 8003 | WhatsApp: 9311 1066
@Central – Tel: 2115 9015 | WhatsApp: 9178 0381
@CyberPort – Tel: 2670 0308 | WhatsApp: 5590 5921

14 May 2018

Singapore Mathematics has arrived QRC central !

Come to our QRC new centre and find out more about Singapore Mathematics.
Address: 803 Lansing House, 41-47 Queen's Road Central
Tel: 2115 9015

28 March 2018

Due to unprecedented demand S.A.M Hong Kong is expanding! We will be opening a new center in Cyberport, Pokfulam on 20th November 2017 to further meet the needs of our pupils. The address is: Shop 414, The Arcade, Cyberport 100 Cyberport Road Pokfulam Hong Kong Phone: +852 2670 0308 Opening Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri: 11am –

KiasuParents.com independent review of S.A.M

KiasuParents.com has done an independent review on Seriously Addictive Maths over on their website. See the full review here. S.A.M (Seriously Addictive Mathematics) – Review done on 18 July 2017 Located in the housing estate of Serangoon Central – walking distance from Nex Mall. Transportation is convenient – MRT is only a 5 minutes’ walk

Reuters interview about S.A.M

S.A.M is thrilled to share that we are featured in an interview on Singapore Maths produced by Reuters. Have a look and see footage of our S.A.M centers, our trainers and our students. The clip was aired on Hong Kong’s ViuTV on 16th July 2017.
NIE to study how Republic’s approach can be better incorporated into foreign curriculum The Singapore approach to teaching maths has become so popular that “Singapore maths” has become a familiar phrase with teachers and students in at least 14 countries, even as far as South Africa and Chile. It has produced results too. Studies in