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Re: Compassvale Primary

Postby coralie » Thu Aug 16, 2012 7:47 am

Just heard from friend that her DD in north spring p1 having 4 hours of e-learning today from home. Cvps seems quite relax. DD only has Chinese homework for this 2 days.
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Re: Compassvale Primary

Postby Twinkle Twinkle » Thu Aug 16, 2012 9:39 am

coralie wrote:
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Hi Coralie,

Which class is ur DD in? My DS is also in Pri 1 this year :smile:


Hiya,
She's in 1.7. What about ur DS? :wink:



Hi,

Oic, My DS is in class P1-6.

He came back yesterday & said teacher need them to bring maths 1B part 2 workbook on next Tuesday :smile:
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Re: Compassvale Primary

Postby coralie » Thu Aug 16, 2012 8:42 pm

Twinkle Twinkle wrote:

Hi,

Oic, My DS is in class P1-6.

He came back yesterday & said teacher need them to bring maths 1B part 2 workbook on next Tuesday :smile:


My girl goes to P1.6 for Chinese class. And a neighbour's daughter is in P1.6 too.

Gotta start revising over the weekend for next week's English and Chinese test :skeptical:
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Re: Compassvale Primary

Postby Twinkle Twinkle » Tue Aug 21, 2012 11:34 am

coralie wrote:
Twinkle Twinkle wrote:

Hi,

Oic, My DS is in class P1-6.

He came back yesterday & said teacher need them to bring maths 1B part 2 workbook on next Tuesday :smile:


My girl goes to P1.6 for Chinese class. And a neighbour's daughter is in P1.6 too.

Gotta start revising over the weekend for next week's English and Chinese test :skeptical:



Hi,

My DS is in higher chinese class for this term :)
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Re: Compassvale Primary

Postby coralie » Tue Aug 21, 2012 3:05 pm

Twinkle Twinkle wrote:

Hi,

My DS is in higher chinese class for this term :)


Wow! That's great! :smile:
Would you know if they will be re-streamed to Higher Chinese class at P2?

Frankly speaking, I'm glad that the kids changed classes for term 3. DD seems to enjoy her classes much more under the new teacher as compared to terms 1 & 2. She told me that she's sleepy during chinese classes under the previous teacher.
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Re: Compassvale Primary

Postby Twinkle Twinkle » Tue Aug 21, 2012 3:33 pm

coralie wrote:
Twinkle Twinkle wrote:

Hi,

My DS is in higher chinese class for this term :)


Wow! That's great! :smile:
Would you know if they will be re-streamed to Higher Chinese class at P2?

Frankly speaking, I'm glad that the kids changed classes for term 3. DD seems to enjoy her classes much more under the new teacher as compared to terms 1 & 2. She told me that she's sleepy during chinese classes under the previous teacher.



Hi,

He enjoyed his chinese lesson in term 1 & 2, from there he catched up. He does not like chinese during K1 & K2, he can't even speak well in his chinese language :(

I feel stress for him in higher chinese. Hopefully he cans continue to do well.

Yes, according to his chinese teacher, higher chinese is very competitive, if he can't score well he will drop out.

I understand that there is only 1 class for higher chinese in Pri 1.
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Re: Compassvale Primary

Postby coralie » Fri Aug 24, 2012 8:54 am

Twinkle Twinkle wrote:Hi,

He enjoyed his chinese lesson in term 1 & 2, from there he catched up. He does not like chinese during K1 & K2, he can't even speak well in his chinese language :(

I feel stress for him in higher chinese. Hopefully he cans continue to do well.

Yes, according to his chinese teacher, higher chinese is very competitive, if he can't score well he will drop out.

I understand that there is only 1 class for higher chinese in Pri 1.


It's good that the school is able to improve his Chinese standard. So dun worry :)

2 tests down. 1 more to go. My girl is still not very proficient in her multiplication tables. Need to revise them this weekend for Monday's maths test :roll:
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Re: Compassvale Primary

Postby Twinkle Twinkle » Fri Aug 24, 2012 12:37 pm

coralie wrote:
Twinkle Twinkle wrote:Hi,

He enjoyed his chinese lesson in term 1 & 2, from there he catched up. He does not like chinese during K1 & K2, he can't even speak well in his chinese language :(

I feel stress for him in higher chinese. Hopefully he cans continue to do well.

Yes, according to his chinese teacher, higher chinese is very competitive, if he can't score well he will drop out.

I understand that there is only 1 class for higher chinese in Pri 1.


It's good that the school is able to improve his Chinese standard. So dun worry :)

2 tests down. 1 more to go. My girl is still not very proficient in her multiplication tables. Need to revise them this weekend for Monday's maths test :roll:


Hi,

Yes, 1 more paper to go.. So that can relax abit.. :lol: I worry abt his story sum & careless mistake for his maths. :sweat:
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Re: Compassvale Primary

Postby coralie » Tue Aug 28, 2012 11:32 am

Twinkle,
Can relax liao :)
Now waiting for the maths test result.

DD did better than expected for English n Chinese tests. Heard that 1 of her classmate failed his English test n the boy sitting next to her scored 25.5 only.
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Re: Compassvale Primary

Postby Twinkle Twinkle » Tue Aug 28, 2012 2:55 pm

coralie wrote:Twinkle,
Can relax liao :)
Now waiting for the maths test result.

DD did better than expected for English n Chinese tests. Heard that 1 of her classmate failed his English test n the boy sitting next to her scored 25.5 only.


Yes, can relax for this 2 weeks. After school holiday has to continue again :(
Glad to hear ur DD did better than expected for English & Chinese tests. She got both of her paper back yesterday?

My DS only got back the chinese oral result last week.
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