Now this is really encouraging, very very encouraging indeed.
If more people can come forth and compliment their pri sch, perhaps we'll see a less intense atmosphere here in KSP come every Jul/Aug period.
http://www.edvantage.com.sg/edvantage/f ... hools.html
SHE IS a promising young lawyer with Harry Elias Partnership, with an second class (upper) honours degree from the National University of Singapore's NUS) law faculty.
Her resume glitters with straight As from her O- and A-level examinations, including several commendations from her alma mater at Bukit Panjang Government High School and Raffles Junior College(RJC).
But Miss Vikneswari Muthiah, 25, keeps her best compliments for her primary school, Bukit View Primary School.
It was where she spent her formative years and where she learnt all the values she needed to be where she is today.
Teachers at Bukit View Primary School taught her how to appreciate learning more than just scoring good grades. That, and the importance of being humble.
Miss Vikneswari, who deals largely with civil and commercial litigation, said: "My teachers also gave us a lot of encouragement and paid attention to each of our needs.
"That is important for children: to be in an environment where the right values are promoted and where teachers give pupils a sufficientamount of attention.
"So I'm (proud) to have come from Bukit View Primary School."