• Release of 2020 PSLE Results

    Release of 2020 PSLE Results

    Candidates who sat for the 2020 Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) received their results today.

  • Winners of Pre-School Chinese Language Storytelling Aids Competition 2020

    Winners of Pre-School Chinese Language Storytelling Aids Competition 2020

    Ten teams of pre-school Chinese Language (CL) teachers were recognised for their efforts in designing, creating and using innovative teaching aids to teach CL to pre-schoolers at the prize presentation ceremony for the 3rd Pre-school Chinese Language Storytelling Aids Competition on Saturday, 21 Nov. Minister of State for Education and Chairperson of the Committee to Promote Chinese Language Learning, Ms Sun Xueling, presented the awards as Guest-of-Honour.

  • Winners of the “Xin Kong Xia” National Schools Xinyao Songwriting Competition 2020

    Winners of the “Xin Kong Xia” National Schools Xinyao Songwriting Competition 2020

    22 students were recognised for their songwriting skills at the award ceremony for the “Xin Kong Xia” National Schools Xinyao Songwriting Competition 2020, which was held online this year. The competition aims to promote our local cultural heritage, xinyao, and encourage students to learn Chinese language in an interesting and engaging manner.

  • Release of 2020 PSLE Results and Secondary 1 Posting Exercise

    Release of 2020 PSLE Results and Secondary 1 Posting Exercise

    The results of the 2020 Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) will be released on Wednesday, 25 November 2020. Due to the COVID-19 situation, arrangements have been made for school candidates to receive their results from their respective primary schools, in their individual classrooms, from 11.00am on 25 November 2020.

  • Reopening of Dual-Use Scheme Facilities During Year-End School Holidays

    Reopening of Dual-Use Scheme Facilities During Year-End School Holidays

    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Sport Singapore (SportSG) and the Ministry of Education (MOE) had suspended public use of school sports facilities under the Dual-Use Scheme (DUS) in March 2020. In line with the progressive resumption of activities in Singapore, SportSG and MOE will now reopen selected DUS chargeable fields and Indoor Sport Halls for public bookings during the upcoming year-end school holidays.


Features

First Person: Real issues, Virtual Classroom

Real issues, Virtual Classroom
Ms Theophilia Yong shares how her students plunged into the Amazon rainforest to learn about the causes and impact of deforestation and explored each others’ homes in a lesson on the Geography of housing. Talk about unusual classrooms!

First Person: Schools will never go back to “normal”

Schools will never go back to “normal”
Sounds ominous? Quite the contrary, says Mrs Peh Jing Er, Head of Department for ICT in Changkat Primary School. She believes that Blended Learning – a mix of online and in-person lessons – is here to stay for very good reasons. She explains why.

First Person: An Experiment in Blended Learning

An Experiment in Blended Learning
While online learning cannot replace the experience of being in a lab working on Science practicals, they can make students more effective when they are in the lab, says Mr Benjamin Pooi from Chua Chu Kang Secondary School. He shares his hypothesis and proof.

First Person: Rethinking CCAs during COVID-19

Rethinking CCAs during COVID-19
Do safe management measures mean no CCAs? No, says Ms Loh Yan Ping, Subject Head, PE and CCA at New Town Primary School. She shares how creativity won the day.

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