Last Updated: 22 March 2021

Parent kit

Parenting with MOE
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We have just launched a parenting-focused Instagram account, @parentingwith.moesg, as part of our efforts to engage and partner parents. We hope to connect with parents better via the account by sharing tips and MOE resources, celebrating the ups and downs of their parenting journey, and growing with them as a community by inspiring and supporting each other through shared experiences. Do follow our account, share your experiences and invite your parent friends into this community.

School-Home Partnership
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In this issue of Parent Kit, we share a few key areas where you can work with your child’s school to develop positive school-home partnerships.

Recommended for: Parents of Pri, Sec and JC/CI students

Cyber Wellness
cyber-wellness

In this issue of Parent Kit, we update you on MOE’s efforts in guiding our children to use devices responsibly, and provide tips on how you can care for your child’s cyber wellness and digital literacy at home.

Recommended for: Parents of Pri and Sec students

Home-Based Learning (Part 1)
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In this issue of Parent Kit, we address your top concerns about Home-Based Learning (HBL), and provide tips on how you can support your child’s learning from home.

Recommended for: Parents of Pri, Sec and JC/CI students

Home-Based Learning (Part 2)
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In this issue of Parent Kit, we explain what Full Home-Based Learning (HBL) is, and provide tips on how you can support your children to establish a new normal during this period. Remember to stay home, stay safe, and help your children stay curious!

Recommended for: Parents of Pri and Lower Sec students

Home-Based Learning (Part 3)
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We know that working from home and supervising your children for Home-based Learning (HBL) can be tough.

This issue of Parent Kit includes resources to help you adjust to working from home and HBL, and provides tips on how you can care for your child’s physical and cyber well-being during the HBL period.

Recommended for: Parents of Pri students

Home-Based Learning (Part 4)

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Your teens will be spending more time at home with the on-going HBL and upcoming school holidays. Take this opportunity to build positive relationships with them!

This issue of Parent Kit provides you with tips on how you can frame your conversations with your teens positively, and things you can do to guide your teens to become mentally and emotionally resilient. There is also a section dedicated to parents with tips on how you can take care of your well-being.

Recommended for: Parents of Secondary & JC/CI students

Stay Home, Stay Safe, Stay Curious (School Holiday Edition)
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This issue of Parent Kit provides tips on how you can occupy your child’s time meaningfully during the school holiday, and how you can foster stronger relationships within the family.

Take the opportunity this school holiday to strengthen bonds with your children while staying safe at home. Learn new things about each other, and create new memories as a family!

Recommended for: Parents of Pri students

Transitioning Back to School (Part 6)
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With the end of Circuit Breaker, we enter the phase of safe opening. The new school term with new arrangements and routines will be a new normal for all for us.

In this issue of Parent Kit, we address your top concerns about Back to School arrangements, and provide tips on how you can guide your child to adjust back to school.

Recommended for: Parents of Pri, Sec and JC/CI students

My Independent Learner
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In this issue of Parent Kit, we celebrate how HBL and parents’ efforts have made our children more independent, and provide tips on how you can ride on this momentum to give your child space to learn and grow in confidence.

Recommended for: Parents of Pri and Lower Sec students

Transition to Post-Secondary Education
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Wondering where your child should head to after secondary school? The post-secondary education landscape offers various options that they can consider.

Find out more about the post-secondary pathways and how you can support your child in their education and career journey after secondary school in this issue of Parent Kit.

Recommended for: Parents of Sec 3 – 5 students

Are You a P.S.L.E. Parent?
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As your child enters the last few months of his or her primary school journey, are you wondering how else you can help your child cope well this season? And how you can explore secondary school options together? Read on for tips in this issue of Parent Kit.

Be a P.S.L.E parent today – Proactive, Supportive, Loving and Empowering!

Recommended for: Parents of P6 students

Do's and Don'ts to help you and your child manage examination stress!
mental-wellbeing

Academic preparations are important but so is the mental wellbeing of you and your child.

As one of their greatest cheerleaders, what are some things that you can do (and not do), to support your child as he/she focuses on preparing for the examinations? Read on for tips in this issue of Parent Kit.

Recommended for Parents of P3 – 5 students

Preschool to Primary School Transition

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As your child moves from preschool to primary school, you might wonder what primary school life will be like, and how best to prepare them to adjust to the new environment and routines.

In this issue of Parent Kit, we dispel commonly held myths regarding the academic pre-requisites for P1 and provide parents with tips on what they can do to ensure a smooth and successful transition to P1.

Recommended for: Parents with children entering P1

Primary to Secondary School Transition
Primary to Secondary

As your child moves from primary to secondary school, it is natural that you want to ensure that your child is prepared to the best of their abilities.

In this issue of Parent Kit, we provide parents with tips on what they can do to ensure a smooth and successful transition to S1.

Recommended for: Parents of Secondary 1 students of 2021 cohort

Starting School Right
Starting School Right

In this issue of Parent Kit, we provide parents with tips on what they can do to help their child start school right, such as teaching them to relate well to others, developing resilience and setting goals for the year.

Recommended for: Parents of Primary and Secondary students

Experiencing Blended Learning (BL) with Our Children
Experiencing Blended Learning

In this issue, we provide parents with key information on Blended Learning (BL) and tips on how to support their child for Home-Based Learning (HBL) Days.

Recommended for: Parents of Sec and JC/CI students