The excitement is palpable as ST Schools journalist Nur Syahiidah Zainal speaks to some young cast members from The Sound Of Music production.
Fresh out of junior college in 2010, Ms Quincy Kwek felt a pull to pursue maritime studies at Nanyang Technological University (NTU)
Every year, top A-level students make a beeline for medicine, law and business because these fields are seen to offer lucrative careers. Many of them do not even list engineering as one of their degree choices.
Project manager Patrina Lew started making plans for pre-school when she was still expecting daughter Heather.
Tanglin Secondary School celebrated its 50th birthday last month with a concert and dinner attended by old boys and girls. That celebration, however, has turned out to be one of its last.
Only 60 per cent of those in the three-year arts and social sciences, business, nursing and science degree courses at the National University of Singapore (NUS) qualify for the fourth year of study.
Youth football team makes it to top four in Gothia Cup, reports ST Schools journalist Ang Yiying
Registration is open for sharing sessions and workshops at the Mother Tongue Languages (MTL) Symposium to be held on Aug 23.
More schools will hold a ballot on Friday, after the latest phase of the Primary 1 registration exercise ended on Tuesday.
Despite measures to take the heat off demand for popular primary schools here, 31 were still oversubscribed when phase 2B of the Primary 1 registration exercise ended on Tuesday.
People are increasingly being enticed to computing careers by the good salaries and workplaces that blend work with fun.
ST Schools correspondent Laremy Lee explains the hashtag, in a series of articles that clarifies teen speak for parents.
SINGAPORE - Fewer schools this year may have to conduct balloting for the next stage of Primary 1 registration, Phase 2B, which starts on Monday. Going by last year's demand, 11 primary schools may need to do so for Phase 2B, which is for children whose parents volunteer at the school, are active...
Doing the same things over and over on the weekends may be safe, but is it bad for my kids?
Mix of emotions at 4 popular schools in Phase 2A2 ballot following new rule
Primary and Secondary schools receive $2.8m boost to teach robotics and computer coding under new programme Robotics and Maker Academy
The new programme is a collaboration between the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore and Singapore Polytechnic and will run until 2017.
Mr Heng was speaking at the closing ceremony of the WorldSkills Singapore competition.
Fewer schools this year may have to conduct balloting for the next stage of Primary 1 registration, Phase 2B, which starts on Monday.
A parent writes in to ST's new Education Community to share her thoughts about why she has her children studying in Yu Neng.
Four oversubscribed primary schools will hold a ballot for places tomorrow.
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