Join us at Kampung Play@MOE Heritage Centre to celebrate the national Singapore HeritageFest 2014. Enjoy a fun-filled morning while finding more about the Singapore Education Story. Read more.
Develop your child’s interest in the arts during the Singapore Youth Festival (SYF) Celebrations! There will be a wide range of art activities - arts performances, a picnic in Gardens by the Bay, walking trails, face-painting, and an art exhibition.
For detailed schedules of the SYF Celebrations at six different venues, click [here]
The primary school years are an important phase in your child’s education, as they lay the foundation for his/her learning. This brochure will help you understand primary school education as you and your child prepare for this journey. Click here.
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]
Want to find out more on MOE's announcements at Committee of Supply (COS) Debate 2014? Read more
MOE Kindergartens provide a variety of activities that support a child’s holistic development and language learning. Discover what your child can learn at MOE Kindergartens! Click here
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.
Building on Trust, Partnering As One
Singapore’s 15-year-olds excel in thinking flexibly and creatively to solve complex and unfamiliar problems, according to the 2012 Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) computer-based assessment of Problem-Solving. Read here.
Students who are interested in applying for direct admission to secondary schools, junior colleges (JC) and polytechnic may start to do so from this month. If your child is interested, 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.