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Afterschool Concern & learning difficulties

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EW NEWBIE
Latest post on 14 January 2018 - 17:58
Hello girls... My 4 yr old started schooling this year and after the 1st term the progress report is very disappointing!! She was said to be an active an quick learner last year and we had received a very positive report from her ELC which is entirely opposite to the present one. Is there anything wrong with the school or has my DD become lazy? I just can't figure out! Secondly, we're totally confused how to make our DD engaged after school hours (we are working parents). She is now going to her nanny's house but we would like her to join something which is beneficial for her and which supports her with her studies as well. Any suggestions, mums? What do your kids actually do after school? TIA
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EW NEWBIE
Latest post on 11 June 2018 - 13:36
Hello girls... My 4 yr old started schooling this year and after the 1st term the progress report is very disappointing!! She was said to be an active an quick learner last year and we had receive...
Hi ammu07elvis, I am Michelle and currently working as a Teaching Assistant in one of GEMS school. I can be a tutor to your daughter during the summer and help her in any difficulties she is encountering.
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EW NEWBIE
Latest post on 12 June 2018 - 08:50
Hi ammu07elvis, I am Michelle and currently working as a Teaching Assistant in one of GEMS school. I can be a tutor to your daughter during the summer and help her in any difficulties she is encoun...
Thank you for offering, Michelle. We did find an afterschool enrichment centre closer to my home and we are happy with them now :)
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EW EXPLORER
Latest post on 19 June 2018 - 09:07
Thank you for offering, Michelle. We did find an afterschool enrichment centre closer to my home and we are happy with them now :)
glad to see that all is fine now! what activities do you get involved with? i have a friend who has been having similar issues with their little boy and so any insight or tips would be great if possible!
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EW NEWBIE
Latest post on 21 June 2018 - 00:59
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