It is common knowledge that Singapore has a ‘tuition culture’ among its students and consequently, the parents of said students. After all, it’s only natural that parents want the best for their children and are willing to support any means to help better their education! Singaporeans rank 3rd worldwide when it comes to tuition spending,
Over the past few years, the importance of tuition has exponentially increased because the education system has evolved to become more challenging. More students are turning towards the option of external help in their academics as it is much needed in order to survive. Mathematics is admittedly a challenging subject because, by nature, it has
Mathematics is admittedly a challenging subject because by nature, it has abstract concepts and various nuances to it. The interesting part is that this subject has various forms of real-life applications, meaning, we can see mathematics being manifested all around us in various ways. Internalising mathematical concepts can be easy for some students while others
Children in Singapore are required to undertake examinations by the end of grade 6. Their subsequent results mark a significant impact on their next admissions to the secondary schools and other such opportunities available. So, what role do parents really play in helping children achieve success?