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In Singapore, children who grew up with a language other than English are faced with the challenge of picking up English in school. As a side effect of being thrust into an English-speaking environment, children may be reluctant to speak English. To help these kinds......

Many children struggle with writing compositions, and many parents find themselves helpless as to how to help their child. Not all parents have a good command of English or have the time to sit down and teach their child how to write a good piece.......

The opening paragraph of any essay is crucial, yet, it is one of the hardest parts to write. A good introduction should be compelling yet straight to the point, all while building the foundation of the narrative. However, it is easier said than done. Thus,......

Having a comprehensive vocabulary bank is essential to write good compositions. There are several ways to have your child pick up new vocabulary, one of which is to enrol them in an English tuition centre. If you hesitate to spend a lot, you can engage......

Writing compositions still serve as one of the biggest hurdles for primary students. A strong command language is required to produce grammatically accurate and compelling narratives, but unfortunately, most students are still trying to grasp writing altogether. Should they continue writing the way they do,......

Singapore’s schools are known for their intense rigour, and with it comes plenty of homework. Take-home worksheets and assignments are a necessary step in learning for practising and reviewing what has been learnt in class. However, when the homework load builds up along the years,......

In Singapore’s competitive education landscape, tuition is almost regarded as a necessity. Parents who can afford it will spare no costs to send their children to the best learning centres for extra-curricular classes. The popularity of tuition classes here will explain the vast array of......

It is a nationwide debate: Should parents send their kids to tuition, or not? In kiasu Singapore, many parents find extra classes a necessity rather than an optional supplement. No longer is tuition just for the struggling kids; an increasing number of kids who have average or......