I'm starting to get really disgusted with people who tell others they wrote out of point. They marked psle compositions before is it? Who are they to judge if their classmates' compo is out of point?
I think the compo on helping your competitors in a competition is really unexpected. It fits the title perfectly.
I'm getting really disgusted with all those people who try all ways and means to demoralize others during psle.
My dd told me her classmates told her her compo was ridiculous for English paper 1 and she cried before she did paper two.
I told her not to tell her friends what she wrote for Chinese paper one today. Well, she didn't listen to me. She said she told her friends she wrote three pages. I asked her,"Did kthey tell you they wrote four and five pages?"
She said yes.
And you have these children who tell you every paper is "super easy lor". I told her,"Go and ask them how they found tomorrow's and Wednesday's papers. They will also tell you "super easy lor" before they take the papers!"
Why are children so scary and scheming these days? Instead of telling their friends "Don't worry la. You'll be fine. Your story is creative", they say "you are going to fail/flunk" so that you will be affected and do badly for the next or remaining papers.
Expressing your opinion is one thing, but hasn't anyone taught them to shut their trap if they got nothing edifying to say?
My DS's clasmmate got into SJI thru DSA and until just before PSLE, still asking other kids whether they got accepted into any schools via DSA. Obviously, he already knew who have been successful or unsuccessful, but still trying to brag. So much so that his form teacher heard him and told him off, "wait till after PSLE and see who has the last laugh!"
Not sure what's wrong with some of these kids, and worst the mother always defending him when scolded by his teachers!