Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, home-based learning was rolled out nationwide after schools have closed in April 2020. The safety guidelines encouraged schools and tuition centers to transition to HBL or online learning to educate their students. Simply put, HBL is having lessons and classroom interactions at home. Eventually, students went allowed back to school. Time passed and the rise in community cases led to the Ministry of Education’s decision to have a full home-based learning for students in primary schools,
Most parents think all the international schools are expensive and the reason is because of the facilities it has to offer. Well, you can say that due to the facilities like swimming pool, music rooms, playgrounds are expensive to maintain, but this is not the only reason. So, why do international schools are expensive? The answer is simple. More than 80% of the student’s fees are given to the teachers in salary. Face it, you cannot recruit a good teacher
Not all establishments are opening during Phase 1. This means that many Singaporeans are still working from home. Staying mostly indoors for long periods of time can take a toll on anyone. One way to get rid of the unpleasant feelings you have been having is to keep yourself busy. Here are five stay-at-home ideas that you can explore to spice up your days! #1: BOOST YOUR CHILD’S ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE Increase your child’s grades by using technology to your advantage.
Kicking off the month of April is the new educational structure advised by Education Minister Ong Ye Kung. Last Friday, he highlighted that all schools will conduct one day of home-based learning in light of the recent spike in COVID-19 cases in Singapore. This re-structuring will help prepare the parents and students if more days of home-based learning will be necessary. Primary schools will conduct home-based learning o Wednesdays, Secondary schools will apply ths on Thursdays. The rest of the
Congratulations on becoming a new parent! Welcoming another human being into this world can change your life in many ways. Most of these changes are for the better. While, some changes are challenges too. I am referring to the hefty price tag attached to child-bearing and child-rearing. You have to spend about S$8,000 to S$18,000 a year for that. You read that right! You will be spending five figures on groceries, clothes, toys, diapers, hospital visits, and daycare. With a