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October is known as the season for year-end examinations and it is probably every student’s most dreaded month. The relentless revisions and pressure can take a toll on their mental and physical health. Here’s how to help your kids (and even yourself) take a step back and gain perspective.
New year, new start. Going back to school means greater responsibilities for students as they move up another level in their educational journey. How can parents help their kids get the new school year off on the right foot?
The new school year is almost on us. Teenagers in secondary school will face yet another demanding school term ahead. Read our quick overview to find out how you can prep your teen for 2019.
It is not the end of the road for teenagers who play truant. There is hope and understanding why they do it is the first step to helping them.
Your child will be taking his/her PSLE soon and before you know it, they will be moving on to the next phase of their education journey – Secondary. What’s your role as parents in supporting your child through this transition?
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Varying the routine and offering incentives can motivate your child to get up in the morning.
Help your child get ready for a new year in a new school!