Parents of Foundation kids

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Parents of Foundation kids

Postby mahes_gopal » Mon Nov 28, 2011 1:04 am

Hi parents with foundation kids? How did you kids do? Be proud of them too. Pls post their result and make them feel that they have tried their best too.

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Re: Parents of Foundation kids

Postby ashma » Mon Nov 28, 2011 9:49 am

my dd scored 137.. her teacher gave her a notebook on the day she got her result.. the cover of the notebook says "I may be slow, but I don't move backwards"..

english - C
MT - B
Fn maths - 3
Fn Science - 3

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Re: Parents of Foundation kids

Postby Alchemist » Mon Nov 28, 2011 10:42 am

ashma wrote:my dd scored 137.. her teacher gave her a notebook on the day she got her result.. the cover of the notebook says "I may be slow, but I don't move backwards"..

english - C
MT - B
Fn maths - 3
Fn Science - 3


Congrats to your daughter. To you too for taking pride in her achievemnent. Kudos to the teacher for being so encouraging.

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Re: Parents of Foundation kids

Postby Michecplow » Mon Nov 28, 2011 12:31 pm

my dd scored 137.. her teacher gave her a notebook on the day she got her result.. the cover of the notebook says "I may be slow, but I don't move backwards"..

english - C
MT - B
Fn maths - 3
Fn Science - 3[/quote]

Hi Congrats to your dd !!!!

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Re: Parents of Foundation kids

Postby koguma » Fri Dec 02, 2011 2:23 pm

There is a news article in The New Paper dated 01 Dec 2011, about a student who does well in PSLE despite both parents being in jail.

The boy scored Grade 1 in Foundation Malay, Foundation Mathematics, Foundation Science and Grade 2 in Foundation English. He gets a score of 159, which allows him to choose between N(T) and N(A). He choose N(T) eventually.

http://www.tnp.sg/content/he-scores-against-all-odds
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