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Working mummies and daddies

Postby notsoks » Fri Sep 27, 2013 6:42 pm

Hello KSPs! 2 more PSLE papers to go...jiayou! Are you putting your work aside like me?

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Re: Working mummies and daddies

Postby jjxy mum » Fri Sep 27, 2013 9:16 pm

notsoks wrote:Hello KSPs! 2 more PSLE papers to go...jiayou! Are you putting your work aside like me?


I did that last year, but I don't think we can help much..All preparations have to be done months ago.

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Re: Working mummies and daddies

Postby smum » Fri Sep 27, 2013 9:46 pm

notsoks wrote:Hello KSPs! 2 more PSLE papers to go...jiayou! Are you putting your work aside like me?


You took leave? For how long? I did not as cannot help much. DS spent most of his time doing exam papers. But I know of friends who took leave to sit beside their child.

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Re: Working mummies and daddies

Postby notsoks » Sat Sep 28, 2013 4:00 am

I took leave to give moral support. I have frens who quit their job to teach their kids. Dont know if it works cos i myself afraid to confuse her.

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Re: Working mummies and daddies

Postby smum » Sat Sep 28, 2013 7:50 am

I have a friend planning to take one year leave next year to help her son in psle. And I have seen colleagues preparing their child for psle from P5.

Not possible for me to do it as not a patience person. Might end up screaming at DS the whole day. :heresmyfish:

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Re: Working mummies and daddies

Postby jjxy mum » Sat Sep 28, 2013 8:25 am

smum wrote:I have a friend planning to take one year leave next year to help her son in psle. And I have seen colleagues preparing their child for psle from P5.

Not possible for me to do it as not a patience person. Might end up screaming at DS the whole day. :heresmyfish:


Your friend company is very nice, allow her to take 1year leave.
I intend to quit my job as I don't think is possible to take that long.

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Re: Working mummies and daddies

Postby notsoks » Sat Sep 28, 2013 2:37 pm

Quit job to teach? Which subject? Btw, i havent been online for sometime. What's dd and ds? DD- daughter? DS- son? :oops:

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Re: Working mummies and daddies

Postby jjxy mum » Sat Sep 28, 2013 7:43 pm

notsoks wrote:Quit job to teach? Which subject? Btw, i havent been online for sometime. What's dd and ds? DD- daughter? DS- son? :oops:


Is guidance more than teach. I think this will help her more than go for weekly tuition. Last mins preparation/ teaching seemed too late.

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Re: Working mummies and daddies

Postby notsoks » Sat Sep 28, 2013 10:27 pm

Yes agree. Never last minute. Practise makes perfect. For me, sent her for tuition classes. Started yrs back cos i cant really guide/teach. No time due to work. :(

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Re: Working mummies and daddies

Postby KSP » Mon Sep 30, 2013 1:35 pm

KSP :welcome: you to KSP

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