5 primary schools still running two sessions

4 of them will switch to single session once upgrading is finished

Upgrading works to enable Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary to switch to single-session classes have yet to start. It is one of five primary schools still operating double-session classes.
Upgrading works to enable Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary to switch to single-session classes have yet to start. It is one of five primary schools still operating double-session classes. ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN
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When his six-year-old son wanted taekwondo lessons, Mr Moiz Shefuddin learnt he could enrol him in weekend classes only.

He could not opt for the cheaper weekday afternoon sessions because his son attends school in the afternoon with his twin sister.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on January 20, 2019, with the headline 5 primary schools still running two sessions. Subscribe