As a parent, only a few things will give you more joy than seeing your children excel in their academics. So, it’s natural to be curious (even obsessed) about the best teaching practices to improve their chances of academic success. However, no matter how hard you try, some teaching aspects will always pose a challenge. For example, you may find it difficult introducing a topic to your child-especially the tough ones.
Find out how to help your child prepare for the PSLE oral exam, and get tips on what to do in the weeks leading up to it.
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The PSLE is the first significant examination children sit for during their first six years in school, so it’s not unusual for parents to be apprehensive about the preparation and outcomes. Often, parents wonder how to support their children to pass their PSLE, when they should start preparation and how to go about it.
Why students must prepare early and how parents can support them in advance.
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PSLE exam is a few weeks away. As a parent, we asked our child to prepare for the PSLE, but what do they really need to prepare?
Here are five tips for helping your child boost their attention span, whether in school or at home.
As exam season looms closer, many students find themselves increasingly anxious and stressed. As a parent or teacher, we should make children understand the root of their anxiety and learn how to overcome it with healthy coping skills, like meditation or deep breathing exercises. Fear not, though, for there are several ways you can reduce the stress that comes with PSLE preparations.