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It may be the first week into the start of the new academic year, and we can all agree that the pressure is piling on.

The countdown to a new year begins, and we present the #2022 Action Plan.

The stress is back again. Not quite as much as when your child was preparing for the PSLE exams (and again on results day), but it’s there, and it’s back.

2021 is coming to an end — now what?

Are you and your child disappointed that this mid-year examination results have not met expectations? You are not alone. Leading up to the mid-year exams, some schools have already been affected by COVID-19 cases.

When you look at your child’s English mid-year examination results, do you notice that the score for Paper 2 Section A, Visual Text Comprehension, was 3 out of 5.

The mid-point of April usually signals the beginning of Semestral Assessment 1 (SA1), or simply mid-year exams as some schools would call them.

Be it Primary 3, 4, 5, or even 6, we get asked this question a lot: When should students start preparations for their PSLE English examination?

The mid-point of April usually signals the beginning of Semestral Assessment 1 (SA1), or simply mid-year exams as some schools would call them.

In their compositions, our students convey their creative ideas upon understanding how a skilled writer writes.