We are so glad and proud to bring the good news from our students. Grade 5 Jesse Niu (牛海宁) and Grade 2 Jasper Li (李振保) represented HWA in the Bishan East Xiangqi Competition sponsored by Xiangqi Mindtrain Academy. Jesse earned 7th place in the 10-and-under age category, and Jasper won 3rd place in the 8-and-under category. Congratulations to both of them and Good job, boys!
MID AUTUMN FESTIVAL 21 September, 8 am to 12 pm.
8.15 - 8.20 am: Opening Speech.
8.20 - 8.40 am: Performance
9.00 - 12.00 pm: Visiting Activity Stations.
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9 September 2018, The Sunday Times has an article of "Seeing life beyond Grades" by Theresa Tan, relates a group of self-directed parents who wish to see that their children enjoy learning as much as in the process of growing up, "shifting away from pursuit of results, which leads to stress and depression experienced by the youth" here in Singapore. The group named themselves The Life Beyond Grades, and they wish to advocate for success built on not just academic but include skills and talents. Making a shift away from academic dependency.
Greetings to all!
I am totally thrilled and amazed by the power of Parents’ involvement, and the strength each can draw from another is beautiful. My sincere thanks to HWA’s PSG for organizing such a successful BBQ night on the 7 September 2018.
The night was filled with an unexpected excitement, it rained the whole day on Friday and got more massive in the evening when BBQ started, but amazingly, no one was deterred, people streamed in, cars drove in.
Warm Greetings to parents, and guardians.
It’s beautiful and warm to hear children laughing in the walkways, canteens, and playground. Love to see their red cheeks and sweat trickling down, and students buying their breakfast to start the day.
I am empowered each day by them and remind myself that more must be done, as each day is precious to them.
With this motion, our dedicated teachers often meet to seek out the best collaborations to ensure maximum success, although it’s a sharp learning curve, they never waver. Kudos to them!
Warm greetings to Parents, Guardians, and Students.
Welcome back to school, HWA looks forward to your homecoming, and we are excited to take you with us for AY 2018/19.
Teachers together with the support staff spend enormous hours preparing for your return, and we stand united to see that you enjoy this new academic year and grow beyond to achieve success.
Warm Greetings from HWA!
Within the next few days, it will mark the end of academic year 2017/18.
I will like to take this opportunity to thank all parents who have faith in HWA and trust the management with your precious kids. We will do our upmost best to ensure and deliver the pledge we make to provide the best and holistic learning journey for the next academic year.
Presently, while the whole team is preparing for the completion of the final term, various preparations are simultaneously taking place for the new academic year, 2018/19.
Greetings to Parents, Guardians, and Students
It’s been a fast week break and we have finally arrived at the last part of the academic year.
The whole administrative team has been hard at work to send the important documents to parents and guardians, and many queries have been coming in. Of which, besides the standard fee structures on how it works and what it encompasses, the most interesting questions and I am glad to receive are those revolving the programs for the students for the new AY 2018 /19.
HWA's students from PYP G3 & G4 won the third place in the 2nd International Chinese Proficiency Competition for Primary School Students (Singapore & Malaysia) organised by Confucius Classroom (Crestar).
We will also like to congratulate Ms Liu Chun Yan for her encouragement and guidance.
Warm greetings to all!
There are hot discussions these days with the released of news articles covering the survey of graduates’ outcome in Singapore.
Of course, the universities discussed here are graduates salary of the autonomous versus the private universities.
It seems ironic as it’s not about which education pathway to take, what matters more is the final outcome, a degree accreditation that earns more.
Pausing, one starts to wonder, if all else being equal, which is the best path?