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Postby Happy Mama » Tue Jan 11, 2011 4:17 pm

Funx3 wrote:
b2b3m4 wrote:Hi Funx,
are a working full time? I'm a FTWM and i was just been approached by my dd's coach to let my dd to join the competitive team. However training are on weekdays and i'm thinking how do parents cope with training like this.


Hi Sorry for the Late Reply,
Have not Been Looking at this Thread for Some Time ....

I Used to Work Full Time in my Gal's 1st 4 years in Primary School, but have tone down to Part Time Last Year ....

My Gal is in the School Competitive Team since P2, till Now.
Yes, Squeezing Time Out to send my Gal to Training is Rather a Strain to Me during those Days ....

My Gal Trains 3x per week in school, and 2x per week in External Gym ....
On top of that, during her P1 and P2 days, she's Got Chinese Dance and Ballet at NAFA, on top of other Enrichment Classes Like Abacus, Piano, Chinese Compo, Taekwando, etc.

I Rely A Lot on My Live-in Maid to Send My Gal to and From Class ....
Most of Her Classes R in the CC Nearby or in School (we R within Walking distance to school), So No Problem for My Maid to Handle ....

I Make it a point to Handle All the To-and-Fro for Far Away Classes like in NAFA, etc

Must Say it's Rather Taxing, But AS LONG AS My Gal wanted it, I'll Gotta Squeeze Time Out for Her lor ....

By Upper Primary, She has Decided What She Like to Keep and Drop the Rest ....
Reason Being :
1. Cannot have So Many Classes - Got Time Constraints ....
2. Lose Interest in Some Classes Already - No Longer Enjoy Them

So Now, Her Main Interest is in Rhythmic Gym and Chinese Dance ....

And, Oh Recently, Late Last Year,
She Develops interest in Chinese Caligraphy,
So Added Chinese Caligraphy Class in Waterloo Street to the list ....


Wow Funx3, I wonder how your DD handled all these... excellent! :salute: :salute:

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Postby mika_ling » Mon Feb 21, 2011 11:33 am

hi all

can i check how much do you all pay for the gym fees?

We are paying $500+ for her twice weekly 1.5hrs lesson. Is this the normal rate?

thanks :)

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Postby mika_ling » Mon Feb 21, 2011 11:37 am

Happy Mama wrote:
Funx3 wrote:
b2b3m4 wrote:Hi Funx,
are a working full time? I'm a FTWM and i was just been approached by my dd's coach to let my dd to join the competitive team. However training are on weekdays and i'm thinking how do parents cope with training like this.


hi b2b3m4, my ger attends one weekeday lesson oso.. my maid will bring her to class, along with my ah boy.. no choice, else no one attends to him..

which gym school is your dd in? how old is she?

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Postby jce » Mon Feb 21, 2011 11:55 am

Yes, I think that rate is acceptable. Mine is about there too, but only 2 hours. So yours might even be cheaper than mine.

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Postby mika_ling » Mon Feb 21, 2011 2:45 pm

jce wrote:Yes, I think that rate is acceptable. Mine is about there too, but only 2 hours. So yours might even be cheaper than mine.


hihi.. thanks for the information.. Cos now the school extending to 2 hrs each lesson, so i guess the fees will keep increasing..

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Postby twilight » Mon Feb 21, 2011 7:58 pm

$500+ for twice a week is quite cheap I guess. Mine is $420 for once a week 2 hours.

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Postby summer » Tue Feb 22, 2011 8:45 am

mika_ling wrote:hi all

can i check how much do you all pay for the gym fees?

We are paying $500+ for her twice weekly 1.5hrs lesson. Is this the normal rate?

thanks :)


May I know the name of this gym school? Thanks!

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Postby mika_ling » Tue Feb 22, 2011 9:55 am

thanks all for the reply.

Summer, I have PMed you.

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Postby summer » Tue Feb 22, 2011 10:10 am

mika_ling wrote:thanks all for the reply.

Summer, I have PMed you.


Have replied your PM. Thank!

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Postby Funx3 » Tue Feb 22, 2011 10:21 am

summer wrote:
mika_ling wrote:thanks all for the reply.

Summer, I have PMed you.


Have replied your PM. Thank!


Aiyoh So many PM ....
Keep Me in the Loop Also -le!
Ha Ha ....
:wink: :wink:

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