Lee Hsien Loong Wishes All A-Level Students The Best of Luck

A-Level Results – the start of something new Today is the day. The fateful day when all Junior College students and private candidates receive their results after two years of hard work. At 2pm later in the day, students will be anticipating their results with bated breath. We all know how...

Poly Lecturer Wore Bunny Costume To Teach Students Teamwork And Students Loved It

Lecturer's Interesting Teaching Methods We thought its only the primary schools that make use of furry mascots to put their pupils at ease. A lecturer at the Republic Polytechnic School of Hospitality seems to think her students are of the age to be won over by dancing bunnies. Source Dancing Bunnies Employing a tactic...

7 Things About Primary School MOE Left Out From Their Latest Video

MOE video about primary school encourages parents, but everyone else is skeptical For a parent, their child's first step in primary school can be a daunting experience, not just for the kid, but for themselves. Thankfully, the Ministry of Education (MOE) is here to ease their worries by showing what...

This Singaporean Went From Gangster To Degree-Holding Social Worker

Weevyn To's rocky path to a successful social worker 32-year-old Weevyn To didn't have the easiest journey getting to where he is today. Now a social worker at a family service centre, his life was once all about drugs, fights, and skipping school. His solution to life's problems were to run away. He...

5 School Activities That Should Never Be Graded

Prepare For School Camps It's that time of the year that parent will either dread or love - the time for the level camp. And according to blogger Mr Brown, one parent thought that the upcoming Primary 5 camp could potentially be a weighted assessment. As in, something that children are...

10 Suggestions Inspired By Sports School Principal’s ‘Money Should Not Motivate Students’ Remark

Sports School Keeps Students’ Prizes The principal of the Singapore Sports School has a policy: Money should not be a motivation for student-athletes. That’s what Mr Tan Teck Hock told parents at a meeting last month, when they complained over the school’s new rule -- when students win prizes while...

Super Violent, Gory Poem Used In Exam For Secondary 1 Kids Invites Uproar

Is the poem too much for a 13-year-old to handle? Dunearn Secondary School has come under the media spotlight after an alarmed parent spoke up about a 'violent' poem that was used in a Secondary 1 literature exam. (A typical Sec 1 student will be only 13 years old.) According to...

Parents’ Tuition Classes May Mean That They Can Now Take Exams For Their Children...

Back To School For Parents Incongruous scenes are taking shape at tuition centres across Singapore. Working adults who have left their school years far behind them are willingly going back to school again, and even paying for the privilege of learning subjects like primary school Maths. No, they aren’t trying to relive...

13 Best International Reactions To Cheryl’s Birthday

Cheryl's birthday is now being discussed worldwide Are you happy now, Cheryl? Now everyone's debating over your birth date, even though the solution has been found. And we aren't even your friends! From BuzzFeed to Reddit, the question set for Secondary 3 - 4 Math Olympiads left the world scratching their heads,...

Remember The Lecturer Who Danced In A Bunny Suit? Her Students Now Dance For...

Students Return The Favour This is a very merry classroom indeed. The Republic Polytechnic lecturer who danced in a bunny suit to entertain her students now has her students returning the favour by dancing for her instead, during her last lesson with them. Polytechnic Musical No, you didn’t miss Teacher’s Day --...

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