Primary 4 SA1 & SA2 testpapers

Recently, one of our customers have no idea how is the examination system in Singapore is like, as she has been out of touch of the syllabus for so long, since she is 70 plus. She happens to be the guardian to her only grand daughter whose father is a single parent but is too busy to look after her daughter’s studies.

Besides getting a tutor that meet her budget and requirement, we have got her the test papers which are widely used in our local schools, to help her grand daughter familiarize the kind of questions that typically come out in the exam.

Good things need to be shared. Here are the P4 test papers :

P4 Science SA2 2015 Raffles Girls Exam Papers

P4 Science SA2 2015 Methodist Girls Exam Papers

P4 Science SA2 2015 Maris Stella Exam Papers

P4 Science SA2 2015 Henry Park Exam Papers

P4 Math SA1 2015 CHIJ St Nicholas Exam Papers

P4 Math SA1 2015 Maha Bodhi Exam Papers

P4 Science SA2 2015 Henry Park Exam Papers

P4 Math SA2 2015 Raffles Girls Exam Papers

P4 English SA1 2015 Raffles Girls Exam Papers

P4 English SA1 2015 Nanyang Exam Papers

P4 English SA1 2015 MGS Exam Papers

P4 English SA1 2015 CHIJ St Nicholas Exam Papers

P4 Chinese SA2 2015 Pei Hwa Exam Papers

P4 Chinese SA1 2015 Rulang Exam Papers

P4 Chinese SA2 2015 ACS Junior Exam Papers

P4 Chinese SA2 2015 SCGS Exam Papers




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The Flautist or the Flutist



Most nowadays would have called the sculpture
(picture appended here) as the Flutist but I remember that it should be the
Flautist. I first learnt this word some twenty years ago when reading a
write-up brochure for the Singapore Symphony Orchestra. It mentioned who
makes up the different sections and the flautists are one of many in the wind
section. So, I have noticed that how slowly but insidiously we have let
American English with their spelling, pronunciation and usage crept into our
daily lives. We used to spell “sulphur”, but now we use the American spelling
of “sulfur” in all our Science textbooks. With the increasing use of computers
with American English spellcheck, I guess we will be seeing more “color”, “gotten”
than “colour”, “got” in the future. Also, with the popularity of American films
and television series, we’ll be hearing more of American pronunciation than the
British. – contributed by V. Sng.

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PSLE is over. But, for students who are still doing their studies and need some help in Maths, here’s a useful link that you might want to take a look :

Hope that this will help some of you out there. Cheers

Free ebooks by Microsoft Press

Recently, I chanced upon a ebooks by Microsoft Press from this site and hope that this will benefit anybody who is keen to pick up some IT skills :

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What are involved in the daily needs training for special needs child ?

Recently, we added another happy customer to our list.  Her request was for a special needs tutor to go to her house to train her autistic son on daily needs and motor skills.

So, what entails daily needs training?

Our special needs tutor has kindly shared with us the type of activities he will be doing in the daily needs training. Here is the list:

OT Activities

Long term Goal – patient able to engage, respond and participate in activities within 6 months

Short term goals –

Able to trace alphabet and 0 to 10 with index finger within 1 month

Able to hold pencil and draw straight lines 5 cm long

Able to do matching of alphabets and numbers using cards

Sensory stimulation

Tactile warm and cold objects

Soft and hard

Rough and smooth surfaces

Prickly ball and plasticine


Bells and music





Art and craft

Cut and paste

Using fingers and hands with water colour



Visual discrimination ( mainly on worksheets using pointing of fingers and pencils if possible )

Aim is to encourage use cognitive functions and engagement and use of vision to gain information

Figure ground

Scanning and point

Spot the differences

Memory and matching

Knowing parts of the body

Half shapes and matching


Social skills


Eye contact when spoken to

Saying “please and thank”

Taking orders

Saying uncle and aunty to elders

Activities of daily living

Packing bag

Putting on shoes

Washing plates

Putting on clothes

Tidying room

Brushing teeth and combing

Fine motor and vestibular (overall body balance)

Grasping and pinching with marbles and other small objects

Moulding and shaping with Theraputty /Plasticine

Clothes pegs and clips to strengthen fingers and hands

Weight training for wrist and arm strength

Squatting and standing for overall balance

Threading of strings with beads

Ball throwing and catch for overall balance

Theraband ( large rubber band ) for shoulder and elbow strength


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