UPDATE: Promoting and upholding bilingualism as the cornerstone of Singapore’s education system was one of the most critical decisions that Mr Lee Kuan Yew made. Our speakers at our Parenting With Love Seminar will be talking about how parents can help children to Excel in English, and share tips on how to Fall in Love with Mandarin. In honor of Mr Lee, we have decided to make the event FREE.
The New Age Parents and New Age Pregnancy Parenting Seminar is back! Learn about how you can prepare your child for Primary School, not just in your child’s academic work, but also helping them to navigate the social terrain.
- Excelling in English
English is a complex language. The plural of box is boxes; but the plural of ox became oxen not oxes. One fowl is a goose, but two are called geese, yet the plural of moose should never be meese. As your child enters Primary 1, their vocabulary will gradually expand. How can parents support their language development? What is expected in the English Primary School Syllabus? Learn about the various important elements of English reading and writing in Primary School.
Speakers: Fiona Walker, Chief Executive Officer and Principal of Schools, Julia Gabriel Education and Lynette Chua, Head of School Support Services, Julia Gabriel Centre
- Tips for falling in love with Mandarin
Having trouble getting your child to converse in Mandarin? How can parents help their children develop a positive attitude towards learning Chinese? Our speakers from Chengzhu Mandarin Centre will share ideas on how parents can make learning Chinese fun.
Speakers: Huang Ying, Head of Chengzhu Mandarin Centre and Iris Lim, Principal of Chiltern House Preschool (now renamed as Julia Gabriel Preschool)
- Does This Make Cents? Getting Your Kids Started On Money Management
How much allowance should you give to your kids? Save or spend? Which concept should you teach your child first and why? Learn how you can discuss money issues with your children in fun and age-appropriate ways. Ernest will be sharing his expertise and real-life tested money management techniques.
Speaker: Ernest Tan, Certified Financial Planner, Master Money Coach, Author of Raising Financially Savvy Kids
- Bully Proof Your Child
New school, new friends. It’s a social jungle out there. What are the tell-tale signs of a child who is being bullied? When do we step in and when to leave it to the kids to resolve their own conflicts? Understand why children need to learn how to manage their own conflicts in school and learn practical suggestions for coping with bullies.
Speaker: Dr Vanessa von Auer, Clinical Director and Clinical Psychologist at VA Psychology Center
Date: 25 April 2015, Saturday
Venue: Mochtar Riady Auditorium SMU Administration Building (Level 5) Singapore Management University, 81 Victoria Street Singapore 188065
Time: 1pm – 5pm (Registration begins at 12.30pm)
- Top Prize: 2 Day 1 Night Stay* at Montigo Resorts, Nongsa Villa in Batam
- Other attractive prizes for you and your Primary School going child
On top of that, each participant will receive:
- A Parenting with Love Booklet, which covers the speaker’s talks and insightful Primary One tips from experts
- A goodie bag worth $30!
* Terms and conditions apply
Early Bird Rate (till 21 April): $5
Bring your friend/spouse along Early Bird Special: $8 for a pair
Normal Price (after 20 April): $15
UPDATE: Admission is now FREE! For those who have already paid, a refund will be made.
IMPORTANT: To allow everyone to have a conducive and uninterrupted time to learn from our speakers, children are NOT allowed to attend the Seminar with their parents. There will also be no child minding services available.
Please register ONLY if you are able to commit on the event date and time as there are limited seats available.
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