The Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) is a huge milestone in your child’s learning journey—and the end of your child’s primary school education.
At this point in the year, it is the time to ensure that all hands are on deck. These last few months are crucial in the building of knowledge and understanding, and for consolidation of learning. Teachers (and parents) must ensure that revision is done properly. Foundational mistakes have to be weeded out and continuous reinforcement and application of skills is necessary.
Miss Vanessa Scully, our Senior Curriculum Specialist and teacher, shares three important strategies parents can use to prepare their children for this national exam.