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3 unhealthy trends plaguing education: Denise Phua


The high-stakes Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) ought to be scrapped to counter the nation’s distraction with scholarly scores – one of three disastrous patterns tormenting the education framework here, Ms Denise Phua (Jalan Besar GRC) quoted. At 12, the students are additionally too energetic to be in any way sorted by potential or capacity, she proposed. Ms Phua […]

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Private Tuition Singapore


Enriching private home tuition with a top Singapore tutor Recently tuition has been singled out as one of the best methods for offering students assistance and enrichment in achieving their academic potential. For students struggling with a specific subject it is relatively difficult for teachers in classrooms to give them adequate time, consideration and support […]

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Why Private home tuition is important for your child


Today Tutors play a very important role in every student’s life. The main reason is that in school or college the teacher can’t pay attention on a single pupil or a student. Therefore the private home tuition helps students to understand the subject matter easily and the teacher can also understand the pupil weaknesses and strengths so they can […]

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What makes a teacher’s day??


Messages like these and knowing that your efforts and dedication to improving a child’s confidence show in their results!   Way to go Chantel! Bravo!  

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What’s the deal with PSLE?


AIMS OF THE SYLLABUS     Pupils will be able to communicate effectively in English at the end of their primary and secondary education. They will be able to: listen, read and view with accuracy and understanding, a wide range of fiction and non-fiction texts from print, non-print and electronic sources. speak-up with confidence, write […]

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Why we should develop children’s self- judgment and esteem


Let me bring here a crucial point of Montaigne‘s thought : his conception of education. He lambasts the way educators are trying to stuff the heads of children with all kinds of knowledge that will be of very little help in teaching them how to live well. The real educative goal at LearningAid consists of […]

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What can I do to improve my children’s reading?


For a child to be able to read, he must be exposed to books as much as possible. In fact, a child who reads easily is the one who is frequently read to. So what do we do dear parents? Take them to the library and read to them once a week? Honestly, is that […]

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Why is my child failing in primary school?


While many of the kids who are in their final year of their primary school years countdown to their last milestone (read PSLE), there are many others who are gearing up for it. In fact to cut to the chase, the primary school syllabus is designed for this exactly with the exception of Primary 1 […]

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