Our Mission

At Learning Junior, we believe that every kid has the ability to grow and learn faster when they are engaged with fun activities.

Studies have shown that children who participate in enrichment activities have an increased chance in excelling in their academic studies. Child psychologist, Dr Harriet Tenebaum said that “research suggests extra-curricular activities are related to improvements in children’s confidence and academic achievements.”

Why Choose Us

We are Parents ourselves

We know how hard and difficult the process of teaching your child is if you do it alone. Let us help you with that!

Community bonding

Our courses will enable your kid to interact with other kids, giving them chances to learn from each other and build friendships.

We are Different

Most courses focus solely on academics, but miss out on important life skills. We focus on building character, intangible qualities and soft skills that will set us apart from the rest.


We always believe that learning should be fun and this will create a desire in your kid to learn.



To nurture young entrepreneurs who will make a difference in the world.


We believe a child is every parent’s legacy. Through engaging and interactive activities, we help children grow to the best of their abilities.


As parents, we value the importance of bonding between parent(s) and child(ren). We help you to stay connected with your children by understanding their needs and allowing them to excel at their best.

Our Founder

Vivian Wong

Vivian Wong


Whilst governments focus on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths), a quiet revolution is slowly happening through the integration of Arts with STEM.

STEM is not a new concept, but rather a return to educational foundations, as exemplified by Dewey through the integration of multiple knowledge to explore concepts (Dewey, 1980). 

I come from a Montessori and Science background but continue to have an interest and fascination in Arts. I developed a course for pre-schoolers and primary schools’ students that focused on the integrating Science with Arts, using namely recycled products.

‘(Curriculum Integration) is rooted in a view of learning as the continuous integration of new knowledge and experience so as to deepen and broaden our understanding of ourselves and our world.’ (Beane, 1995, p.622).

Throughout the course, Science knowledge will be introduced through Arts and Arts knowledge was taught through Science.

“As a single parent of my lovely child with Autism, I want to provide him a platform to be selfless and be able to provide his leadership role in his life by serving his abilities to those in need as he grows.”

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