What do parents talk about at the end of an academic year? Plenty, as you shall see from the following topics discussed by parents this week on our platform.
AFTER THE EXAMS
Firstly, we talk about issues arising after the exams including
Careless Mistakes - how to reduce them in a 7 year old
Checking Results - how to check results with the SAPS (Sistem Analisis Peperiksaan Sekolah)
Poor Results - what to do if your P4 kid has poor results in English and Chinese. Should you switch to SK school?
Prize Giving - how do schools award prizes for good academic performance
Memory - how to improve kids memory power
Next, we shift our attention towards holidays and vacations including
Vacation Days - find out what parents think about the week long festive holidays throughout the year and the 5 week year-end holiday.
The Holiday Thread 2017 - we started this to talk about ideas on where to go, what to do, and all other issues related to family vacations.
Winter Holiday - read where to buy winter clothes for those going on a winter holiday
Finally, we have our usual discussion. This week there were a lot of parents recommendations including recommendations on
Good Reads - what books to read besides Geronimo Stilton and Enid Blyton
Suitable Songs - recommended playlist suitable songs for 7 year old to listen to
Mobile Phones - which age to buy one during the primary/secondary school years
Our topics will increasingly shift towards the holidays as the days approach. Those looking for school holiday programmes, can go here to browse for holiday camps, workshops and programmes for this year end 2017 holidays.
Wow! That's a lot of topics discussed this week and what you see above are only the popular ones with many comments. There are lots more not included in this summary.
Until next week,
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