Starting primary school is a big step in your child’s life. Here are some tips to help you better prepare your child for a new school experience. Read more.
Need some ideas on where to bring your child for some outdoor activities? Let's head to our parks and enjoy the outdoors! Read more.
Receiving examination results and making educational transitions can be stressful for some adolescents, here are some tips and guides to help you support your child in making the transition to secondary education. Click here.
C-Quest is a new mobile game app developed by the Ministry of Education, targeted at parents and their children between 10 to 14 years old. In a fun and interesting way, parents and children can play the game together and talk about issues such as online behaviour and taking precautions in cyberspace. Read more.
The Parents' Seminar, which aims to help parents understand the psychosocial competencies needed for children to flourish, was held on 6 Aug.
Invited speakers for the event included Dr Josephine Kim from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and Dr Maureen Neihart from the National Institute of Education. [Read more]
Better Choices, Deeper Skills, Multiple Paths - These are the 3 key areas of Government's response to the Applied Study in Polytechnics and ITE Review (ASPIRE) Committee's recommendations which have been accepted in full. How will these changes create more choices and pathways to enable our students to better realise their aspirations? Read more.
Communicating with your children in their primary love language can help improve communication and strengthen the relationship between you and your children. It helps you to express your love in a way that is more meaningful to them. Read more.
How can we raise our children to become kind, compassionate and helpful? How do we develop their strength of character? Read more to find out! [Click here]
As a parent, you have a unique overview of the home and school environments that will greatly influence your child’s attitudes, beliefs, values and behaviour. You want the best for your child and to help your child get the most out of his/her school experience.
As schools make the shift to 21
century learning, today’s classrooms would differ greatly from what you remember of your classroom when you were a student. Guiding your child through this exciting educational journey is a wonderful privilege that parents and educators share. We invite you to navigate and access the resources and information on this website – a website intended to bring you into the shared journey of educating your child.