Every half a year, we take a step back and reflect on our work. This is a good way for us to improve and reconsider our priorities and challenges. This year, we moved to a more convenient location that’s a few minutes away from the train station. The Study Room family is also expanding with[…]
We believe that Science is about discovering and seeing for oneself, so bringing students out of the classroom to do experiments is very important. At Study Room, we try to balance delicately the need to have fun, discover about Science through experiments and tackle the examinations.
Science tip: The diagram shows a sealed glass ball which is a model habitat that can last for years. Inside the sealed glass ball are plants and animals living within the same habitat. It is a self-sustaining system and the ecosystem within is balanced. Question: Explain why this sealed glass ball requires sunlight in order[…]
Secondary school English is not just about getting your grammar and vocabulary right. To do well, you need to learn how to think critically, form a viewpoint and read between the lines. We are very sorry about the passing of the Thai King. Shared with my secondary school students this news and felt that discussion[…]
Third day of Science tip! Remember to click on “See First” so as not to miss any post and share the post if it’s useful! The following question is on heat for P4 and P5 students. Look at the picture. Wallace conducted an experiment with the apparatus. He placed a glass bottle with a deflated[…]
Our Saturday night. With our P6 kids who just finished the first major examination of their lives. #movienight #psle #examsover via Facebook Pages http://ift.tt/2cv2DY1
Halloween is here! Mark your calendar. As per Study Room’s tradition, we are having our annual Halloween party. What we will have: – Special games room – Movie screening – Free-flow Popcorn machine – Balloon sculpting – Face painting – And perhaps more… 😉 Come to Study Room dressed on October 29 Saturday at 7pm[…]
Remember this photo that went viral three years ago? PSLE kids were burning their books and there was a heated discussion online whether they should do that. 1. Hooray! PSLE is over! 2. Don’t burn or throw your books/notes. Pass them to us. We will pass them to students who need them. Paying it forward.[…]