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Perth June 2008

  • The Mighty Heavens over the Great Ocean
    The Ong Family's extended field trip to Perth~

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May 26, 2009

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Annie

Aiyo, no hurry lah! Slow & steady ...surely your kids will reach the finishing line of their accomplishments one day. For the first shall be the last & the last shall be the first, right? One thing gd about homeschooling is your kids can enjoy learning at their own pace
Btw, glad to meet No.1 & No. 2 at the fieldtrip yesterday.

sarah

Hey, i just wonder how did the 20 of the 37 homescooled kids, fare? My daughter got 2 As (Eng,Sci) and 2 s( maths, chinese) aggregte score of 197.

sarah

Hey ,ijust wonderhow did the 20 of the 37 homeschoole kids fare? My daughter got 2As(Eng, Sci) and 2 Cs (maths,chinese) aggregate score of 197. She has met the benchmark of the MOE

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