I finally got my hands on a HP Print App-enabled printer! Having heard the rave about the SAP and OnSponge Print Apps, I couldn't wait to start trying it out on my Primary Two daughter. Are my days of hunting for and buying exam papers and assessment books from "top schools" over? Will my daughter roll her eyes at me when I plonk a ton of assessment papers in front of her?
However, when a child meets an obstacle, she may not know how to overcome it. The problem seems to be so much bigger than her. The problem gets blown out of proportion. Soon she felt helpless. When no help is given, she may gradually lose hope.
I would like to share with you my experience with a girl I coached who regularly experienced panic attacks during exams.
(UPDATE on Aug. 5 with MOE's confirmation in the last section of the article.)
Never had I been so eager in trying to find out a woman's age.
A few days ago, I was posed a question. Tom is 10 years old. Amy is three times older than Tom. How old is Amy?
It seems to be a very simple question but there's a lot of disagreement in Amy's age.
Many students lose marks at the last part of Section C, where each question is worth 3 to 5 marks. It is this section that differentiates excellent (A*) students from the good (A) ones. About 3 of 10 questions are on ratio and difference problems, so it’s crucial to know how to solve these problems.
Dewdrops provide distinctive student care for discerning parents.
It is set up with the purpose of providing a cosy, home-like environment for the pupils to return to after school. Not another classroom. Not another institution. Not a locker service to deposit the child for the afternoon. That is the reASON for our existence.
We look after each child the way we would for own children and hence we give them the best.They are cared for by professional staff yet with a personal touch. After school, every pupil retreats to Dewdrops and is refreshed in spirit and revitalised in mind. Every single day.
Our philosophy is that the family is the most important unit in society. While parents are at work, it is important that their children spend their afternoons in engaging activities that focus on fulfilling their needs in the different domains. We assure working parents of optimal care of their children and provide parents with a peace of mind knowing that their children are nurtured in a holistic manner. We want our pupils to return to their parents at the end of the day, happy, loved and fulfilled. We help parents handle some of the daily activities so that they have time in the evening to focus on the areas that matter – bonding and relationship building.
We work closely with parents to raise children not merely to take care of them.
Dewdrops offer a variety of programmes to reVITALISE our pupils in the afternoon. There is always a time and season for all kinds of learning.
Dewdrops makes your child feel right at home!
They get to enjoy a variety of nutritious home-cooked food.
They get to enjoy learning and playing in the company of close friends.
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