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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomyam View Post
    Thanks for the translation!! GOOD GOOD GOOD !!
    You answer like a retard, why always 3X the adjectives ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nescafeADay View Post
    From Tong Fang's newspaper, LH HM mentioned that:
    - LH will build covered basketball court and the project to start very soon, estimated need RM200k, target to complete next year;
    - to convert 4 classroom in block A to become "History Corridor" to showcase the history of LH, estimated need RM200k, including renovation, decoration, target to complete by next year CNY
    - the next project is to build 美术馆 (art gallery ?) to allow children to draw and paint in the art gallery, to promote their artistic sense.

    Where is the thinking and planning in priorities ?

    History Corridor ? Art gallery ? These are nonsensical and ego projects

    The main priority should be to get the basic infrastructure in order first before such unnecessary egoastical projects.

    The basic hygiene of the toilets are still unresolved. Some classrooms still got broken desks, chairs and missing window panes. Some classrooms smells as well. Imagine a HPS will such poor conditions and all the Headmaster can think about are wasteful pet projects like his baby grand piano gathering dust in the main hall. Parents should not support nonsense projects.

    Some people really got NO BRAINS

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    Quote Originally Posted by HTCHONG View Post
    Just to share with you....there are 2 Chinese subjects in Singapore, namely, Chinese and Higher Chinese. Higher Chinese is for student who can cope well in the subject. Students in Singapore are advised to the choice of Chinese subject (Chinese or Higher Chinese) depend on his learning ability.

    Meanwhile, all languages examination comes 4 portions, i.e, listening comprehension, oral, composition and written test. I guess the written test you see in the market is just one part of it.
    Thanks HTCHONG,

    Yup, I only managed to assess my kidís English proficiency on Paper 2 which is mainly on grammar, vocabulary and comprehension (synthesis & transformation). The test papers are from ACS, Catholic High, SCGS (Singapore Chinese Girl School), Rosyth and Nanyang. I think the test papers are good benchmark..

    For Chinese, I am not sure whether test papers from above-mentioned schools are considered Higher Chinese. I have read these Chinese test papers and when I compared with LH Chinese exam of the same age group, there is a big gap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhiga View Post
    Thanks HTCHONG,

    Yup, I only managed to assess my kid’s English proficiency on Paper 2 which is mainly on grammar, vocabulary and comprehension (synthesis & transformation). The test papers are from ACS, Catholic High, SCGS (Singapore Chinese Girl School), Rosyth and Nanyang. I think the test papers are good benchmark..

    For Chinese, I am not sure whether test papers from above-mentioned schools are considered Higher Chinese. I have read these Chinese test papers and when I compared with LH Chinese exam of the same age group, there is a big gap.
    Some of those schools you mentioned above are SAP schools or The Special Assistance Plan (in abbreviation, SAP or in Chinese 特别辅助计划), it is a program in Singapore which caters to academically strong students who excel in both their mother tongue as well as English.

    Both Higher Chinese and Chinese are offered to students regardless of school. Higher Chinese examination paper has "Higher Chinese" or "高级华文" prints on its front page.

    Singapore children are likely to take Chinese instead of Higher Chinese mainly due to English speaking family. Having said that there are a lot of Singapore children take higher Chinese primarily due to MOE gives extra points for admission consideration. Most PRC students, needless to say, take Higher Chinese to compensate for their disadvantage in English.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aerobax View Post
    You answer like a retard, why always 3X the adjectives ?
    ok 2x! GOOD! GOOD!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aerobax View Post
    Where is the thinking and planning in priorities ?

    History Corridor ? Art gallery ? These are nonsensical and ego projects

    The main priority should be to get the basic infrastructure in order first before such unnecessary egoastical projects.

    The basic hygiene of the toilets are still unresolved. Some classrooms still got broken desks, chairs and missing window panes. Some classrooms smells as well. Imagine a HPS will such poor conditions and all the Headmaster can think about are wasteful pet projects like his baby grand piano gathering dust in the main hall. Parents should not support nonsense projects.

    Some people really got NO BRAINS
    I thought the 58K grand piano was the biggest joke of this Chinese school. It looks like the Bigger one is coming!
    and behind all these jokes, who is the biggest fool ? no other than those who are going to finance them --- the parents!

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    Chess

    Does anyone know, if there is a chess club for children (outside of Lick Hung)? My son is very keen on chess, and I do not know how to play it therefore, i want to look for CHESS PARTNERs at his level. Currently, he will bring his chess box to uncle houses and beg them to play .. and normally he will lose whithin minutes. (in 4 step he will be out!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by elea88 View Post
    Does anyone know, if there is a chess club for children (outside of Lick Hung)? My son is very keen on chess, and I do not know how to play it therefore, i want to look for CHESS PARTNERs at his level. Currently, he will bring his chess box to uncle houses and beg them to play .. and normally he will lose whithin minutes. (in 4 step he will be out!)
    http://www.kids4chess.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by elea88 View Post
    Does anyone know, if there is a chess club for children (outside of Lick Hung)? My son is very keen on chess, and I do not know how to play it therefore, i want to look for CHESS PARTNERs at his level. Currently, he will bring his chess box to uncle houses and beg them to play .. and normally he will lose whithin minutes. (in 4 step he will be out!)
    Day & Time: Saturdays from January 2014 onwards.

    Age: Children from 5 years of age to 16.

    Area: In Taipan, Subang Jaya or Amcorp Mall, PJ.

    Enquiries: Please call/sms Collin at 016-2123578, or email us at geodat@yahoo.com.

    Hope this info can help u.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomyam View Post
    Day & Time: Saturdays from January 2014 onwards.

    Age: Children from 5 years of age to 16.

    Area: In Taipan, Subang Jaya or Amcorp Mall, PJ.

    Enquiries: Please call/sms Collin at 016-2123578, or email us at geodat@yahoo.com.

    Hope this info can help u.
    thanks for yr help. will check it out.

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    Good Luck and God Speed

    To all the parents that have emailed me in the last few weeks to inform me that they will be leaving SJKC Lick Hung.

    All the best to the children and do keep in touch.
    Everyday is a good day for GOOD FOOD and a GOOD LAUGH

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    To the new Std 1 Parents of 2014


    A mum emailed me this new very useful and helpful Facebook group link and I found a very active discussion on preparing for Std 1 (Thank you very much!!) :

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/MsiaPrimarySchParents/

    Do go and check it out. Looks like this FB group is going to be very popular as it caters nationwide.

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    Some extracts from this FB group discussions ...

    Such a long list and its growing too. Relax, have a little trust in your child's ability to take care of him/herself. Experience is the best teacher, many parents, including myself, have a tendency to short circuit our child's learning by experience, all in the name of "protecting" them or "wanting only what is best" for them. Agree?

    ............

    Hmm... i couldn't remember my mom got such to do list and din go thru all that with me. my mom just dumped me at school chi kei chap sang after first two days entering primary 1. So should let go our hands a little. I believe kids will eventually learn on their own.

    ................

    Parents - DO ENJOY all these moment, kan-cheong-ness etc ... your little loved ones are about to enter the next big phase of their lives (almost 20 years if they study all the way to PhD !!) - you will only go thorough this phase ONCE with each child, so enjoy and savour it ...

    Don't think of the negative and stress of getting things done ... think of it as a NEW ADVENTURE for yourself too ...[/I]

    ........

    The only major thing that I learned and applied to ensure that my kids don't cry or get stressed up too much in the first few days in school is: ASSURANCE OF LOVE & SECURITY TO BRING THEM HOME. In their little mind, some kids may think that we are "abandoning" them into this huge (school looks huge to kids !!) , strange and unknown place on their own ... that is their REAL FEAR ... so tackle that and the battle is won !!

    I learned that to build ASSURANCE, tell the kids that you (or transporter) will pick them up ON TIME AND PROMPTLY after school each day and STICK TO IT - the kids will hold you to these critical words and trust. After that, every day when you drop them off to school, just say, "Go and have a nice adventure today to learn new things and become smarter and come home and tell mummy/daddy/little brother/sisster about it" ... Hopefully, after 1-2 weeks, everything will settle down into a normal routine ...
    Everyday is a good day for GOOD FOOD and a GOOD LAUGH

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    Official 2014 School Year (Takwim)


    Here is the all important Surat Pekeliling from MOE to all schools that will enable us to plan the 2014 HOLIDAYS !!!

    We are in KUMPULAN B for Selangor.

    http://www.moe.gov.my/cms/upload_fil...ile_001047.pdf
    Everyday is a good day for GOOD FOOD and a GOOD LAUGH

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    Quote Originally Posted by currymee View Post
    To the new Std 1 Parents of 2014


    A mum emailed me this new very useful and helpful Facebook group link and I found a very active discussion on preparing for Std 1 (Thank you very much!!) :

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/MsiaPrimarySchParents/

    Do go and check it out. Looks like this FB group is going to be very popular as it caters nationwide.

    ...
    currymee,

    I saw a few of your posts in the FB group you mentioned above. Are you moving over there ? If you are, why don't you start a SJKC Lick Hung Parents group just like those Puay Chai parents ? I am sure there are just as many LH parents in FB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aerobax View Post
    currymee,

    I saw a few of your posts in the FB group you mentioned above. Are you moving over there ? If you are, why don't you start a SJKC Lick Hung Parents group just like those Puay Chai parents ? I am sure there are just as many LH parents in FB.
    Exploration, exploration ..... widen the horizons .... there is a BIGGER CYBERWORLD out there ....
    Everyday is a good day for GOOD FOOD and a GOOD LAUGH

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