Low academic performance is one of the parents’ greatest concerns. They put much effort into helping their kids succeed, including homework assistance and enforcing study disciplinary policies. Unfortunately, many students’ performances still fall short of expectations. For example, about 25% of first-year high school students fail to graduate on time due to low academic performance. […]
Singapore is regarded as one of the best countries with outstanding academic success. Their global rankings in maths and science make them one of the most sought-after countries globally with the best education system. However, their commitment to excellence drives them to introduce new, innovative approaches to teaching and learning. Singapore’s resolve to go easy […]
The number of students getting bullied every day keeps increasing; research shows one out of every five students report being bullied.
Bullying can leave a lasting impact on your kids’ overall well-being, so it’s critical to prevent them from being victims. In this article, we discussed the most prominent signs to know if your child is being bullied and how to make it stop. Adopt the tips provided in this article to prevent your child from being a target for bullies.
Childhood friendships teach kids critical social skills such as coping with people and resolving conflicts. They also impact how kids feel about themselves because the more they make friends, the more they are confident in their abilities to interact and build relationships. Studies have shown that children’s friendships are closely associated with their positive well-being. Children who have friends feel a sense of belonging and are more likely to experience happiness and life satisfaction.
Every parent’s goal is to raise responsible and functional children with excellent mental, physical and social well-being. However, parenting styles have changed over the years, as parents consistently adopt modern parenting practices to raise their kids.
We all face problems in our lives, big or small. Problem-solving skills are essential for dealing with these challenges effectively. One of the best ways to improve children’s problem-solving skills is to encourage them to think creatively. Open-ended questions that allow for multiple answers are a great way to do this.
Mid-year exams are written in the middle of an academic term to test students’ understanding of a subject (s). They are also used as a form of summative assessment to include in students’ final grades. However, although mid-year examinations have been a critical aspect of schools’ annual activities, the Minister for Education, Chan Chun Sing, […]
Mothers play the most fundamental role as educators in a child’s early life. They continue to be the heart of the child’s education right from their childhood to their growing up years.
The most important role a woman can ever play is being a Mother. Mothers play a crucial role in their children’s lives by caring for them, loving them, teaching them, etc. The way a child develops is primarily attributed to their parent’s and caregivers’ roles in their lives.
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.
Singapore is regarded as a world-leading educational system with the highest performance in international education, topping the global rankings. In 2022, Singaporean students made up to half of the best scorers in the International Baccalaureate (IB) tests.
Other than the government’s considerable investments in education, as about 20% of the country’s budget is spent on the education sector, other factors contribute to Singapore’s outstanding success.