PSLE 2021 grading changes: Parents should be cheerleaders, not critics

Ms Stacy Cheng (third from right), her husband Mr Alan Lim, and their daughters (from left) Sheryl, Sheri and Steffi.
Ms Stacy Cheng (third from right), her husband Mr Alan Lim, and their daughters (from left) Sheryl, Sheri and Steffi. PHOTO: STACY CHENG

SINGAPORE - When Ms Stacy Cheng's oldest child was in Primary 6, her teacher started a countdown to the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) on the first day of school.

"How not to be stressed even if you are a relaxed parent or child?" says Ms Cheng, 48, a financial services director who has three daughters aged 11 to 19.

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