Fun after the PSLE: From decorating jellies, rock climbing to hitting the beach

Baihakki Khaizan with his wife Norfasarie Mohd Yahya, and their children (from left) Mika Bazil, Moza Alyka, Myla Alyka and Muaz Bazil at Palawan beach. ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO
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SINGAPORE - Before he left home last Tuesday (Oct 5) for his last Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) paper, science, Mika Bazil, 12, told his mum: "Today, I'm going to finish at 10am. Can you please remove all the books from my table and put my PlayStation there?"

Actress-singer turned entrepreneur Norfasarie Mohd Yahya, 38, gladly obliged.

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