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Heng Swee Keat asks the students of Singapore to grab opportunities across Asia

Heng Swee Keat, the Deputy Prime Minister of Singapore, has reportedly urged to the young students of Singapore to advance and seize opportunities across Asia. According to the Deputy Prime Minister, the openings across

Singapore’s education minister wants to join hands with India for digitalized future

The education minister of Singapore, One Ye Kung, said that the country is keen to cooperate with India when it comes to the sphere of skills developed. One Ye Kung also added that the new cabinet which has been recently

Singaporean students infected with chikungunya return to the country

A teacher from SOTA (School of the Arts) alongside students who were inflicted with Chikungunya have finally returned to Singapore. The students and teacher visited Thailand as a school trip. The school reported on Tues

Singapore things learning should be competition and removes the student's ranking system from their report cards

Ong Ye Kung, the Education Minister of Singapore, has been curating ways to exclude unnecessary competition from education. And this ultimately made the Education Minister opt for the idea which suggests that there won&#

Singaporean Teacher are happy with their jobs but face significant challenges

  The teachers around the world, as well as in Singapore, play a crucial role, i.e., to educate the students. Moreover, the teachers are not simply responding to inform the students in academic content, preferabl

More mother tongue programmes for the Singaporean schools are coming into effect

In Singapore, learning mother tongues have become a growing trend. And the schools are trying all the fronts they can to make sure that the students learn more about the mother tongue. The schools are also garnering the

Singaporean students with special needs set a new world record

On the 24th of May 2019, 31 students from age group eight to 16 set in a new Guinness World Record. The students belong to the AWWA School, and Yvette, a student, suffering from Down Syndrome was one 31 students. The wor

The students across Singapore rejoice with a new way of learning

The students who grow up in Singapore are subjected to academic examinations, not just once but twice in a year. And the same is happening around this time of the year when the majority of the students in the Secondary a