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According to MOE, co-curricular activities (CCA) “are an integral part of our students’ holistic education”. When children participate in CCA, they are given new, fun experiences that they may not ordinarily have otherwise. MOE wants to allow students to “discover their interests and talents while developing values and competencies that will prepare them for a...

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For most parents, speech and drama lessons are usually for kids to develop their language skills and to expose them to the art of acting and performing. Beyond that, exposing all kids to theatre can be useful for their future. Drama classes can also benefit all Singaporean kids by providing valuable insights into their own...

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One question that parents in Singapore often ask themselves is: “What kinds of classes would help my child be more successful in school and in life?”. The easy way out is to look at concrete subjects like English, Math or Mother Tongue. After all, in primary school and even some preschools, the emphasis seems to...

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Recently, the government rolled out plans to reduce examinations in primary school, moving towards a more holistic assessment. With the growing de-emphasis on academic performance, there will be an increasing focus on the character development of each child. One way to give your kids a head start in this area would be to send them...

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