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6 Exam Revision Tips for Students From Teacher Monica

It’s October, which means that the year-end examinations are approaching. We hope that your child’s revision has been going smoothly so far and in this blog post, we will be sharing some additional exam revision tips from our very own Superstar Teacher Mrs Monica Leong. Read on to find out!   1. Start early  For ...

Tracking Your Child’s Learning: The Fuss-Free Way

In this blog post, we will be sharing more about the recently-revamped version of the Study Tracker tool and how you can make full use of its features to help your child learn better and shine brighter. What is the Study Tracker all about? The Study Tracker is a one-stop solution for parents to keep track ...

16 Commonly Misused Words

Could there be words that you have been misusing unknowingly? In this blog post, we will be sharing with you a list of commonly misused words. Take the quiz below to test your understanding of some of these words or come back to it after you have gone through the various definitions below!   • ...

Preparing Your Child For Primary School

Is your child a preschooler who is about to enter a primary school next year? In this blog post, we will be looking at how parents can help prepare their little ones for the transition to the next phase of their education journey. More specifically, let us look at the type of challenges that may ...

Things You Need to Know About PSLE 2020

2020 will be the last year of having aggregate T-scores to determine PSLE performance before we move on to a new scoring system based on Achievement Levels (ALs). If your child is sitting for the PSLE this year, we hope that you will find the following information useful during this crucial period as your child ...

Parenting Right: Are You Communicating Well With Your Child?

Communication is just the exchange of words to convey information, right? Well… Yes, but effective communication requires a strategy and it can be especially tricky when you are a parent trying to strike a balance between being a disciplinarian and playing a supportive role when interacting with your child. Communication is a two-way traffic and it ...

Quiz: Test Your Chinese New Year Knowledge

Amidst the ongoing festivities and celebrations, take this quiz to find out how much you really know about the Spring Festival. You may even learn something new about the tradition and practices surrounding Chinese New Year ...

Important Education News of 2019

As we welcome 2020 and head into a brand new year, let us take a moment to recap and look back at some of the biggest education news of 2019. Language Elective Program (LEP) First announced by the Ministry of Education (MOE) in May 2019, the current Language Elective Program (LEP) will be further expanded ...

Post PSLE: Preparation for Secondary School

PSLE is over and it is now time to prepare your child (and yourself!) for secondary school. Entering a new environment and being surrounded by new faces can be quite an overwhelming experience for anyone, let alone a child. So, here are some tips to help your child cope and settle well during his or ...

Year-End Holidays 2019: Recommended Reads

We are halfway through the December school holidays and we hope that your child has been getting his or her well-deserved rest. After all the fun and games, it is a good idea to start hitting the books before school reopens. Here’s a curated list of recommended reads to get your child started! Lower Primary ...