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.
PHOTO: STACY CHENG
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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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