Kheng Cheng

There's nothing quite like being able to discuss issues and network with other parents with children in the same school as yours. Individual Schools' Official Parent Support Groups are welcome to come in and help out the incoming groups of parents.
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Re: Kheng Cheng

Post by phtthp » Fri Nov 23, 2012 6:37 am

what is the highest PSLE score in Kheng Cheng ?
percentage scored > 250 ?

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Re: Kheng Cheng

Post by Precious2.lee » Sun Nov 25, 2012 12:51 pm

I just heard KCS top score is 276. Can someone confirm this is correct? It's really impressive.

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Re: Kheng Cheng

Post by ivylock » Mon Jan 07, 2013 3:05 pm

anyone know their 2012 psle results?

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Re: Kheng Cheng

Post by DCLH » Mon May 13, 2013 7:03 pm

Anyone here can share about Pei Chun Public School?
I know this is a Kheng Cheng thread. Just like to know how parents with kids in Kheng Cheng feel about Pei Chun?

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Re: Kheng Cheng

Post by funzy » Fri May 31, 2013 12:23 pm

There is not much current post on Kheng Cheng.

Anyone can input on their teachers/staff/canteen/curriculum/school hours etc?

It would be good for a me. I would be placing my girl there next year. =)

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Re: Kheng Cheng

Post by GreenQ » Mon Jul 22, 2013 11:10 pm

To me, this is a very good neighbourhood sch.

Sch hours 7.30am to 1.30pm.
CCA on Thursday morning 7.30am to 9.30am. So students no need to go back to sch on Saturday morning for CCA.

Most of teachers are very caring, on and communicative. Easily reach teachers via sms, whatspp or email, or else call to office. Usually they reply very fast, promptly or in same working day, depends how busy are the teachers.

Office staffs are friendly.

P1 to P2 will have 8 classes. P3 to P6 squeezed to 6 classes. Overall, 2 classes are more academic oriented, 2 classes are average classes and the other 2 classes are slightly weaker academic classes. Students who are really weak in academic will be required to attend "pull out" class while other classmates are having normal English lessons. Or attend remedial class after school hours. Students who are in academic oriented classes will be required to attend supplementary class after sch hours once a week... to further training them for additional skills in Math or Eng. Students who are very good in Math will be required to attend additional Math class after sch once a week for "Math Olympiad" class.

Food choices in canteen are variety. 4 counters - Western food, Chinese delights, Drinks, Noodle House.

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Re: Kheng Cheng

Post by LollipoppyS » Tue Jul 23, 2013 10:57 am

Hi greenQ,

1. All students must have cca? Even pri 1? If no cca, what do students do during the thur 2hr slot?

2. Can choose two cca?

3. Is there a lot of stay back lessons other than those you have mentioned? Like pri 5 or 6, many schools have a lot of extra lessons after school hours. Does kheng cheng do this?

4. Does kheng cheng has parent support group?

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Re: Kheng Cheng

Post by GreenQ » Tue Jul 23, 2013 12:36 pm

1. Yes. All students must have one CCA. P1 & P2 no CCA, they called it Pal lessons. Kind of exposure for different fun activities like arts, agriculture, sports, dance, performance etc.
I think all students love these pal lessons. My kids enjoyed it SO much.

2. I noticed some students do have two CCA. They are talented in one of it and being selected for training on it. Then they still choose the other one for fun. However, I am not sure how are they spliting their time for it.

3. Yes. P5 and P6 do have a lot of extra lessons after sch hours.

4. No. Or at least I should say no active parent support group. Parents are usually take initiative themselves to contact or make friend with other parents.

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Re: Kheng Cheng

Post by LollipoppyS » Tue Jul 23, 2013 5:21 pm

Thank you very much GreenQ.

Let me explain the parent support group. In some primary schools, they have such groups. But they function like parent volunteers. Eg when the school wants to run some excision, the school tap on this parent support group for volunteers.

Kheng cheng got ma?

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Re: Kheng Cheng

Post by funzy » Tue Jul 23, 2013 6:49 pm

There is a parent support group in Kheng Cheng.

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