• In celebration of SG50, Youth Celebrate! is set to be a showcase of the vitality of our youth and their achievements in sports, arts and uniformed groups. Themed ‘Celebrating Diverse Talents, Creating Shared Memories and Looking Forward with Confidence’, it was held on 26 July 2015 (Sunday) at the Singapore Sports Hub, and brought together more than 3,700 performers and athletes from all MOE schools, as well as Special Education schools and Institutes of Higher Learning. Catch it on MediaCorp channels!
  • The Mother Tongue Languages (MTL) Symposium is back again this year! Parents, educators and children can look forward to 20 sharing sessions, 40 exhibition booths, plus all-day activities and performances. MTL learning resources will be on sale too. Admission is free. Register here!
  • At the Committee of Supply Debate 2015, Minister Heng Swee Keat highlighted three important shifts in learning. These shifts help us to build towards bringing out the best in every child, in every domain, in every school, at every stage, to build a better future together. To find out more, click [here]!
  • Interested to find out more about MOE Kindergartens? Visit the MOE Kindergartens’ Open Houses to find out more about the curriculum, programmes and facilities offered. Click here.
  • Outdoor experiences at the parks and natural areas can have a positive and long-lasting impact on your child. The Family Nature Pledge by NParks provides an excellent opportunity for the family to explore and experience nature in Singapore. Find out more here
  • The Budget Statement was delivered by Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam on Feb 23. This year's $70bn Budget is the biggest yet, and is also the largest as a percentage of our GDP. For a handy cheat sheet to the initiatives announced this year, developed by the Public Service Division, click [here]!
  • 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.
  • 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

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 st 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.


Last updated on 11 August 2015