A very frequently heard term in the domain of school education, especially primary years, inquiry-based learning is an unconventional approach to teaching which is gaining much significance in the context of 21st century education.
The aim of 21st century education is to prepare the students for success in a global environment and a curriculum like Cambridge International Curriculum plays a large role in grooming the students in this direction.
Most of the primary schools in Singapore start in January and a big number of tiny tots take their first step towards a big school around this time. Preparing children for primary school is an onus on the parents and as they want their kids to have an enjoyable learning experience at school.
Getting above 40 points in IBDP sounds pretty hard but is actually achievable with good organisation and clever planning. If you are self-driven, multitasker and good at time management, you are already at the first step of success.
A Strong Foundation of Concepts and Critical Thinking are Key Enablers for Students to Leverage Opportunities.
With many choices of preschools in Singapore, selecting the right one is no easy feat. In fact most of the preschools are decent and take good care of children. But are these criteria enough for selecting a kindergarten or preschool?
Let’s face it, international school fees can be pretty steep, especially if you have multiple children attending school simultaneously.