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    Disappointing PSLE results can damage children’s self worth if parents let them

    What can parents do to ease the sting when exam results don't meet expectations?

    Challenging questions in PSLE capped at 15% each year: MOE director-general

    The overall standard of any exam paper is determined by the mix of questions as a whole, she said.

    Voices of Youth: Don't view PSLE as a battle that will define your future

    This year, I am taking the Primary School Leaving Examination.

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    Some major pre-school chains to raise monthly fees in 2023

    Parents of pre-schoolers will have to pay higher fees in 2023, with major chains set to raise monthly charges by up to 11 per cent.

    Picking a pre-school: What are the different options for Singapore families

    Anchor operator or partner operator? Montessori or play-based learning? Childcare or kindergarten? 

    Surprising ways art can help your kids develop

    Here is how mums and dads can help their kids cultivate a lifelong interest in art.

    Primary school

    Over half of kids, teens in S’pore do not hit physical activity targets: Study

    Singapore scored C- for overall physical activity in a study of 57 countries.

    Minor Issues: Annual switch of form class teaches kids to deal with change

    Switching classes broadens my kids' network of friends and helps them to appreciate different perspectives.

    Secondary School

    More financial help for needy students to attend independent schools

    Students from lower-income families attending independent or specialised independent schools will receive more support to cover out-of-pocket expenses.

    Cost of textbooks for primary, secondary students rise by up to 7% as price freeze ends

    The prices of titles not on a list of government-approved books are also seeing a surge.


    Poly grads finding full-time permanent jobs after graduation at 3-year high of 59% in 2022: Poll

    Graduate salaries also increased across the board, with starting pays of graduates from eight clusters seeing increases.

    JC or polytechnic? How to guide your child in making a choice

    Knowing your child's learning style, strengths and interests will help with making the right choice.


    NUS graduates ranked 8th most employable in global survey

    This is one spot higher than NUS’ showing in 2021.

    Why a university of the arts now?

    When then Minister of Education Lawrence Wong announced in Parliament in March last year that a university of the arts would be formed from an alliance of two arts colleges, the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (Nafa) and the Lasalle College of Arts, the Government took a leap of faith to stake a place for Singaporeans in a rapidly evolving future economy and society.