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@Charisma Academy 2017-12-08

It has been an exciting week for Charisma Academy as we expand our regional footprint with our first client engagement in Sri Lanka with a large telecommunications service provider earlier this week! The team will continue to strive for the best and is committed to providing, you, our client with more in the coming year ahead.

@Cheong Nam School 2017-11-26

很抱歉可能技术很差有些照片暗了。对不起

@JiuJitsu Lab 2017-11-25

Little bjj ninja 2 🔥🔥😂 #first #newgym #newplace #newfort #wearefort #fortarmy #gamefight #fortitudebjj #bjjfamily #fortgirls #bjj #bjjgirls #bjjkids #fortkids #singaporebjjkids #sgbjjkids

LAST DAY of the SJGF JDMIS design your ring competition! #JDMIS #sjgf2017 #imadethis

@Wufang Singapore 2017-10-17

Dear Wufang Students & Parents, The school will be closed this Deepavali Day, 18th Aug 2017. We wish all of you a Happy Deepavali, may this festival of lights be a festival of joy for you Warmest Regards, Wufang Singapore

The Eye Level Math Olympiad is a global competition designed to challenge students’ mathematical thinking. Early bird registration has ended, but it’s still not too late for those who are interested. Registration closes on 15th October 2017. We encourage all eligible students to take part in this test as it helps to inspire and set higher goals in your Eye Level studies 😀 For more information, or to register your interest, kindly inform your Centre Manager or your child s instructor-in-charge today! 😃

@Acorn Training 2017-04-12

On the 5th of March 2017, Acorn conducted a Parent’s Workshop with more than a dozen parents and children entitled, Motivating Your Child. Using the Reiss Motivational Profile as a base tool for parents to better understand how and why their children act the way they do. The research basically centres on the needs and desires on a human being and how these then drive each person’s thoughts, motives and actions. Analysing the specific profile of each child allowed both trainers and parents to gain better insight into the reason behind their academic results as well as the way they relate to their siblings at home. Though not definitive, the profile gave us clues into each child’s personality as well as behaviour. Parents were first given as overview of the 16 basic human desires developed by Reiss’ and after which they were sub-divided into smaller groups for a more personalised question and answer session. Concerns about how to encourage a hyperactive child to read or how to build up the confidence of a child with low self-esteem and so on were discussed. Authentic sharing and brainstorming for ideas with trainers and like-minded parents made the session a very valuable one. Most parents agreed that the profile results was reflective of their child’s behaviour and they were more than eager to learn how to help their children learn better. Most heartening was the way many parents voiced more concern over building the character of their children over and above their performance in schools. Children, ranging from 5 years to 14 years of age, also attended this three hour long workshop but were placed in a separate programme. As they played games and did simple craft activities, moving from team-based to individual quiet work, trainers had the opportunity to witness them at work - these enabled trainers to get to know them better and thus provide better feedback that would align with the profile results. These observations were then later communicated to parents and both parties sought to find specific ways to motivate the different personality types. All in all, the workshop was well-received by both parent as well as children participants. Both gain insights into the different basic needs and how these could come into conflict or complement one another. Most importantly, it provided parent and child understanding of where and how one should apply their strengths and adjust their expectations to help the parent-child relationship further flourish.

We perfectly understand your concern over the choice of enrichment program programmes for your child. To help you make a decision, we would like to offer you a free trial lesson, call us @6467 4676 or drop us an email for more details.

Matching Grant Scheme to Benefit More NSAs 11 The Matching Grant scheme, an incentive-based strategy to encourage NSAs to tap on commercial revenue, raise their own funds and be self-sustaining, was introduced in FY2008. The Grant is applicable only to new commercial cash sponsorships that the NSA secures or an increased sponsorship quantum from an existing sponsor. Administered on a first-come-first-served basis, the matching grant will be subjected to a maximum cap of S$20,000 per NSA per annum. For FY2008, 14 NSAs benefitted from the Grant. 12 Hence, for the current fiscal year, the SSC will be doubling the amount to $400,000. More NSAs will also be able to qualify for the Matching Grant as those that receive an annual grant allocation of S$500,000 and below (compared to $300,000 and below for FY2008) will be able to apply. Based on the funding allocation in FY2009, 46 NSAs qualify for this Grant. This matching grant is over and above the FY2009 annual grant that the NSAs will receive. 13 Key outcomes expected from the NSAs for FY2009 include achieving continued success at major international games and competitions such as the Asian Youth Games Singapore 2009 and 2009 Laos SEA Games; improving the quality of high participation programmes; continued emphasis on youth participation for the majority of NSAs

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