The transition from PSLE to Secondary is often fraught with bewilderment and anxiety for many students. At Secondary levels, English Language becomes the core subject that determines every student’s advancement. We believe in giving our students a head-start, so our Secondary 1 – 3 programs emphasize on teaching all genres of writing (Narrative, Expository, Discursive, & Argumentative), and comprehension and summary writing skills. Our students are well-equipped with essay structures and extensive vocabulary to excel in English Language examinations.
SECONDARY 1, 2, 3 POWER WRITING PROGRAMMES
HALL OF FAME
Nowadays, plastic surgery is increasingly the answer for young women and men, who want to cosmetically “enhance” their looks. Hardly anyone thinks twice about plastic surgery anymore, and it has gradually trickled down to the teenagers. This prevalent situation thus spurs the discussion of whether teenagers are too young to go under the knife for plastic surgery. In contrary to popular beliefs, I feel that teenagers are not too young to go under the knife as long as it is for corrective treatments.
Nicholas Kang, Secondary 3
Catholic High School
HALL OF FAME
Although the notion of wiping out cyber-bullying with the ever growing presence of smart phones, tablets and notebooks seems impossible at first, we should never say that something is unachievable. Men’s ability to use their intelligence for a greater good has pulled us through The Dark Ages and rise from the ruins of that to have the Renaissance age—one of innovation and beauty. I never considered hurting someone behind a screen intentionally because values of online etiquette were cultivated in me by my teachers and family. Unity is important in spreading the message of the harmful effects of cyber-bullying before it spirals out of control. We do not want to see our children or our siblings take their life because of cyber-bullying. Some day our siblings or children may suffer the same fate as the victim we once tortured online. Before one types the prologue to the horror story that is cyber-bullying, as any good writer would do; envision the epilogue.
Ryan Lim, Year 2
My daughter has been attending lessons at W@W since she was in Secondary 1, and I saw how her W@W teacher stood by her whenever she had to tackle difficult essay questions or comprehension papers. Over the years, my daughter fell in love with the lessons at W@W and she refused to skip classes even when we had holiday plans. It was always W@W classes taking priority. By the time my daughter went for her O-Level, she was confident she would ace English. My daughter and her W@W teachers’ efforts paid off, she achieved A1 for her O-Level English Language. Thanks a million!
Ms Charlene Soh
Parent of our O-Level student