A lament commonly heard amongst Singaporean students is the lack of time in our 24-hour days. While we all wish we had more time to do the things we need to do (also the things we want to do), having good time management habits can help to increase your productivity.
Sexuality education for our children is important in guiding them through their journey in life. As school is a fundamental aspect of a child’s growth and learning, it is important to impart in them sufficient knowledge for them to be able to face the world in various aspects – one of which is sexuality.
Future plans are always a topic little ones like us bring up once in a while. Sometimes, we’re the receiver of everyone else’s dynamic plans and it makes us worry a little: what about me?
As we welcome our little ones into the world, they embark a lifelong journey of learning. Being a Singaporean kid, it is compulsory to enter primary school at the age of 7. Have you ever had the worry that your child would be able to cope with it?
With COVID-19 ‘here to stay’ at least till the end of the year, the Ministry of Education (MOE) got you covered. Students do not need to worry about how they’re going to take their examinations as special arrangements, considerations and safe management measures will be put in place to ensure a smooth process throughout.
SkillsFuture Month is an important season in the year, where we all come together with ways to improve and add value to our current skill set. This is in aims to empower more individuals in their pursuit for new skills.