Ben here. Just wanted to ask if other parents here have the same problem. my boy is 15 this year and he's okay when it comes to homework and assignments. not like fantastic or anything but he gets his B3s and even A2s sometimes. just that when the exams come, everything seems to fly out the window and he always ends up with lower grades than he's capable of. does anyone have any tips to help him? is it specific to subjects too because this always happens for math and science subjects. his languages are so-so but my wife says he's always fantastic at home but seems to forget or mess up during the real thing. any help/tips are welcome. we are happy to try anything at this point thanks in advance.
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My ex-wife and I both agree that it is best for my daughter to live with me because my ex-wife is starting a family and she doesn't want our daughter to be left out in the process. I am thinking of settling her in a local primary school instead of international schools because I want her to be grounded in the culture and language of Singapore. My question is what are the chances that she'll be able to get a slot? I do understand that foreigners are at the bottom of the list. Am I just wishful thinking that we would be able to get a spot? I hope you can share your experiences with me. Thank you.
Hi I will be visiting Singapore next month to check out schools, property etc as hope to be moving here later in the year. I have used Angloinfo in Barcelona all the time and it's really been helpful especially as my Spanish is not as it should be. My children have been at an international school here and obviously want ton find them a similar school in Singapore. I am looking at TANGLIN Trust School and OFSS and Chatsworth. I would like to hear from any parents their opinions and perhaps any other schools to focus on.
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My 20-year-old student Daughter Florence will be with us in SG for 3 months over the summer most of which my wife & I will be at work. Any ideas on how she could meet up with similar aged/likeminded people please? We've only been here a few months so our social circle isn't that big. Thanks Paul
Today is declared as Eat With Your Family Day.. The public can take pictures of the evening meal together with family members and post a 'family selfie' upload it to the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) Facebook page. Winners will be given $100 worth of dining vouchers. http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/eat-with-your-family/1126864.html