Primary 6 to Secondary 1…..A hardship or an adventure? If you have experienced the apprehension of stepping into a formidable secondary school building or if you have seen the look of intimidation on the faces of your children as they spin excuses to avoid going to school, then you are ready for this blog post…. The transition from Primary to Secondary education can be a very tough one and is not a very pleasant experience, for the fainthearted. To go from 4 subjects to a gru
Listening is one of the fundamental skills in language learning, yet it is often overlooked as we tend to take it for granted. With the Listening Comprehension Examination coming up, we have some tips for you here! Arrive in school ahead of time to avoid last minute panic, and bring at least two 2B pencils for the exam. Settle into your designated seat and take slow, deep breaths. Tell yourself that by the end of this Listening Examination, it will be another hurdle cleared.
Five minutes. That’s how long each Primary Six student gets to look at the reading passage and visual stimulus for their PSLE Oral Examination. Here’s what you can do to make those five minutes count. Read Aloud, Twice Take the first minute or two to practice reading the passage. Practice at least twice to fully internalise each part of it. You should: Read aloud (softly) to check your articulation Vary your reading speed and rhythm Take note of punctuation and where to pause
The Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) is just around the corner – students and parents alike tend to feel a lot of pressure during this period. While some may feel ready to take on the papers already, others are still searching for ways to score that extra mark. Here are a few tips to raise your child’s game: Review Mistakes It is ok to make mistakes before the big day and your child can learn from them. Remember to go over the mistakes and right the wrongs. Taking th