Hello everybody..... I know, I've not been updating my blog for such a long time. I'm getting lazier each day and really hope for a long holidays, even I'd just came back from one. haha.....
Time really flies. I was all excited when the Taiwan trip was booked and confirmed. Then, when I was on the tour, time past by so fast and NOW, am back to my normal routine ! Shall blog about the Taiwan trip later.........
As school holidays are approaching, that also means my kids had got back all their exam results. I was happy and proud of them as they did extremely well in their exams. Daddy and mummy don't even score that good during our schooling times. * Grin *
XJ sat for 4 papers and she managed to get the lowest mark at 98 % while the highest at 100 %. According to her teacher, she has good memories and enjoyed learning. Being a 5 years old girl, she already had the ambition to be a teacher. She likes to act with her imaginary friends at home, teaching 'them' to read as well as scolding 'them' when 'they' misbehaved. Scary....she better don't turned into a Monster Teacher !
As for YX, we had higher expectation on him as he is already in a 'real' school. As a Primary One student, he is doing pretty well. He scores the lowest marks at 88 % and highest at 100 %. He sat a total of 7 papers ( 2 papers for Chinese subjects) and we were all proud of him for getting such results. It was his careless mistakes which took away 1 or 2 marks for his English, Moral and Maths. Else, he would have scored 100% for those 3 subjects as it was just a few steps away from 100 %. Anyway, we were very satisfied with his results and had already rewarded him with ice-cream, toys, day trip to PD and books.
Yesterday, MIL asked what position he get in class. This silly boy replied No.29 out of 33 students. I was shocked and burst out laughing as he didn't get the question. No.29 is actually his number according to his name arranged alphabetically. As his surname is TAN, obviously his name is placed towards the end of the list. Hmm......it doesn't really matter what position he get in class, for his results already proof that he understood what was taught and hope he will do even better in the final year. And I believe, this is what all parents hope for !
Recently, he started to protest not willing to attend the school's tuition. It was not compulsory for all Primary one students, hence, we allowed him. His reason, TIRED. After discussion with hubby, we decided not to force him. He has his freedom of choice, with our guidance along the way. No point forcing him to do something he doesn't wish to. As for Robotic on every Wednesday, he is always looking forward to attend.