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ASPIRE HUB @ JURONG POINT

As 2017 draws to a close, Aspire Hub Education Group (AHEC) is pleased to announce that our new branch at Jurong Point will open in December 2017. Established in the early 2000s, AHG has grown over the years to provide students from all over Singapore with an enriching and holistic learning experience. We believe that our students deserve both the very best in education and inspiration to further excel in their academic achievements. As such, we are committed to providing our students with the most conducive learning environment and dedicated coaches at our centres. We continue in this...

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Aspire Hub Open House

Now that the End-Year exams are over, we would like to take this opportunity to meet the parents of our student. As part of our Open House / Meet-The-Coaches, you will get an overview of Aspire Hub Education and the opportunity to learn more about the programmes we offer. You will be able to meet the full-time coaches to have a discussion and analysis of your child’s results. Through this meeting, we will be helping you to diagnose the key areas that your child can improve on and also what you can do to help as a parent. At Aspire Hub, we firmly believe that a child’s success is dependent...

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How to help your child through PSLE – 7 PSLE tips to guide your child

The PSLE period is coming up once again and we understand that it is a stressful period for both the parent and the child. Here are some PSLE tips on how to help your child through PSLE. 1. Discuss Goals with them In a collaborative manner, speak with your child about what his/her aspirations are. It could be in terms of which secondary school he wants to enter or what he wants to be in the future. By doing so, you are helping your child to visualize a goal that he can work towards. This will help to reinforce the importance and relevance of studying hard and getting good grades so that...

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PSLE Intensive Programme

As we draw closer to the Primary School Leaving Examinations (PSLE), let's help your child through his/her final lap of PSLE revisions. Besides reading up on the 10 tips to improve your child’s memory for PSLE, there are plenty of ways you can help your child. You probably came across all kinds of articles that advise you on how to look after your child’s well-being and health for the days leading up to their big examinations. Keep at it! I’m sure there’s no harm done to ensure your child’s health is tip top. So, focus on that and let us do the rest! With PSLE coming up, our coaches are...

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‘O’ Levels Intensive Programme

With the 'O' Level examinations just a little over 3 months away, every parent hopes to help their child to the best of their abilities. Whether your child needs help with their revisions or not, it’s always a plus point to equip them with examination skills that put them above the rest. Being familiar with the academic content may give them a head start, but there are tons of other factors that put a student above the rest. Have you ever wondered how some students manage to achieve straight-As results? At Aspire Hub’s O Level Intensive Programme, we have a series of lectures designed to...

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A.C.E. Programme (Junior)

A.C.E. Programme (Junior) The A.C.E. Programme (Junior) is a customized June Holiday programme dedicated to giving students who are taking their PSLE a competitive edge over their peers. PSLE Focused Revision Using innovative learning resources specifically tailored towards the PSLE syllabus, it aims to reinforce your child’s conceptual understanding of topics, increase his/her skills of identifying question types and improve his/her problem-solving abilities. A unique set of comprehensive revision notes and cheat sheets will also be given for students to refer to during their crucial...

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GCE N-level results to be released on Dec 19 from 2pm

Original article here http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/education/gce-n-level-results-to-be-released-on-dec-19-from-2pm SINGAPORE - Results of the 2016 Singapore-Cambridge GCE N-Level examinations will be released on Dec 19, announced the Ministry of Education on Monday (Dec 12). School candidates may obtain their result slips from their respective schools from 2pm on Dec 19. Private candidates will be notified of their results by post. They can also obtain their results online using their SingPass account at www.seab.gov.sg from 2pm on that day. Those who wish to apply for Institute...

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Singapore students top global achievement test in mathematics and science

Original article here http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/education/singapore-students-top-global-achievement-test-in-mathematics-and-science SINGAPORE - Singapore students are the world's best in mathematics and science, according to a global benchmarking study released on Tuesday (Nov 29). Primary 4 pupils and Secondary 2 students here topped both subjects in the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS), a widely recognised achievement test by policymakers and educators worldwide. Around 12,600 students here took part in the latest test which was conducted in...

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Education about helping students find themselves, not grades: SIM Global Education CEO

Original article here http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/education-about-helping-students-find-themselves-not-grades-sim/3171732.html As a late bloomer himself, CEO of SIM Global Education and President of the Singapore Association for Private Education, Dr Lee Kwok Cheong, has made it his mission to provide educational options for those who reach their academic peak later than others. Dr Lee came to Singapore from Hong Kong after being headhunted by the then-National Computer Board, and has been credited with transforming Singapore’s IT sector since the 80s. As a testament to...

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Long hours, stress cited as reasons for leaving teaching force

Original article here http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/education/long-hours-stress-cited-as-reasons-for-leaving-teaching-force Mr Fairoz D'Cruz, 32, quit the teaching service in mid-2014, after teaching for seven years at secondary schools in Singapore. "Work starts at 7am and does not end when I get home at 6pm," he said. "I have had parents and teachers calling me past midnight. This made my wife unhappy as time with her was taken up by school matters, even on weekends and holidays." His passion for teaching was renewed only when he moved overseas in 2014, when he taught in Morocco...

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