Mummy Jennifer's Hatch

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Re: Mummy Jennifer: New member reporting

Post by Jennifer » Mon Oct 28, 2013 8:09 am

http://findings.com.sg/what-we-do/consultancy/

I found a centre that provides consultancy services for choosing schools. Just sent an email to them. Will update if we meet with them.

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Re: Mummy Jennifer: New member reporting

Post by CloudeeDaz » Mon Oct 28, 2013 8:32 am

:salute: jennifer,
the things you do for your boys really put me to shame! :oops:

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Re: Mummy Jennifer: New member reporting

Post by icy_mama » Mon Oct 28, 2013 8:43 am

CloudeeDaz wrote::salute: jennifer,
the things you do for your boys really put me to shame! :oops:

copyrighted from CD, 眯兔! :lol:

hope your boys will come to appreciate all that you've done for them. especially ah boy.

妈妈您真伟大!

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Re: Mummy Jennifer: New member reporting

Post by ngl2010 » Mon Oct 28, 2013 8:50 am

icy_mama wrote:
CloudeeDaz wrote::salute: jennifer,
the things you do for your boys really put me to shame! :oops:

copyrighted from CD, 眯兔! :lol:

hope your boys will come to appreciate all that you've done for them. especially ah boy.

妈妈您真伟大!

Agree. Jen, :udawoman:

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Re: Mummy Jennifer: New member reporting

Post by Funz » Mon Oct 28, 2013 9:11 am

CloudeeDaz wrote::salute: jennifer,
the things you do for your boys really put me to shame! :oops:


Yah. Really agree with that.


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Re: Mummy Jennifer: New member reporting

Post by Funz » Mon Oct 28, 2013 9:16 am

Jennifer wrote:Buds, I support your idea of changing school if the present one is giving u disappointments.


I've been wanting to get DS transferred out to another school since he started P1 last year but so far not successful. Not easy unless we shift house or have some major issues with the school.

Now that he is going to P3 and have formed rather strong friendship with a few of the kids in school, he is resistant to changing school.

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Re: Mummy Jennifer: New member reporting

Post by icy_mama » Mon Oct 28, 2013 9:16 am

Funz wrote:
CloudeeDaz wrote::salute: jennifer,
the things you do for your boys really put me to shame! :oops:


Yah. Really agree with that.

funz, you're also another mummy i admired. the things u do for your dc are are immeasurable. :smile:

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Re: Mummy Jennifer: New member reporting

Post by Jennifer » Mon Oct 28, 2013 9:18 am

Funz wrote:
Jennifer wrote:Buds, I support your idea of changing school if the present one is giving u disappointments.


I've been wanting to get DS transferred out to another school since he started P1 last year but so far not successful. Not easy unless we shift house or have some major issues with the school.

Now that he is going to P3 and have formed rather strong friendship with a few of the kids in school, he is resistant to changing school.


My elder boy was resistant to changing school after P3. A few months into P4, he was happy with our decision. At least, there were 2 proper PE sessions plus other non core subjects on a weekly basis.

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Re: Mummy Jennifer: New member reporting

Post by Funz » Mon Oct 28, 2013 9:20 am

Jennifer wrote:
Funz wrote:
Jennifer wrote:Buds, I support your idea of changing school if the present one is giving u disappointments.


I've been wanting to get DS transferred out to another school since he started P1 last year but so far not successful. Not easy unless we shift house or have some major issues with the school.

Now that he is going to P3 and have formed rather strong friendship with a few of the kids in school, he is resistant to changing school.


My elder boy was resistant to changing school after P3. A few months into P4, he was happy with our decision. At least, there were 2 proper PE sessions plus other non core subjects on a weekly basis.


Can share your process for getting you boy into the new school?

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Re: Mummy Jennifer: New member reporting

Post by Jennifer » Mon Oct 28, 2013 9:22 am

I tried my best within our means to get a smoother starting point for the children. Then the rest is up to them.

The younger boy is a more worrying case as he is impulsive, has poor self-regulation skills and now we know he has a low self esteem.

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