It's official! School is out!
School holiday has already begun and it feels surreal to me. It is like yesterday when they started schooling.
Both Jan and Jay are doing fine in school. Jan has a little hiccup early of the year as the new syllabus implemented and some tough transition from P3 to P4. However, am glad that she is adjusting well to the new syllabus and doing fine academically.
She was in the top 3 throughout the year. The previous 3 exams she was in 2nd place, but this time round, she dropped to number 5. However the overall performance for the year, she is in 3rd place and on Wednesday, she collected her 3rd place trophy in school.
Jan has works to do in improving her marks in few subjects especially BM. Next year she will be attending afternoon tuition which is compulsory in her school in preparation for UPSR the following year.
Chinese - 70 (Paper 1) + 80 (Paper 2)
BM - 70 (Paper 1) + 40 (Paper 2)
English - 98 (Paper 1) + 88 (Paper 2)
History - 72
PM - 99
Maths - 89
Science - 71
Pendidikan Kesihatan - 80
The most surprise came from Jay. Initially I were so worry about him adjusting to Chinese school but he proved me wrong. He is adjusting well in P1. Now he is more daring to speak Chinese to us. And his marks in Chinese has improved over the marks since he gone to tuition. BM is his weakest subject in class, but overall he is doing fine in his exam. Still, his handwriting is less desirable and need more improvement. Teachers have been complaining about his messy handwriting.
Jay is an average achiever; academic is not much his stronghold. His interest lies on other thing. So far in his school exams, his standing is middle (around 15th and 16th) out of 30 students in his class.
Chinese - 77
English - 83
BM - 58
Maths - 80
Science - 76
Morale - 74
Pendidikan Kesihatan - 84
For fun, I posted 2 photos of them. 1st day of school and another was taken this Monday, the last week of school. Any difference other than they are growing taller?
Soon, my youngest will be following his older siblings' footstep in venturing into kindergarden. I wonder I would be getting used to going back to an empty and quiet house after dropping Jamie to kindergarden next year?? Well, I might as well enjoy the time I have with him and my other children now. Happy holidays!!
Learn from the trees; values from roots and changes from leaves. Stay grounded and keep on growing.