Uh, Tanglin started in Singapore in 1919. Dulwich only came 3 years ago. 3 years is not a lot of time to get a lot of sports competition results!lagimoana wrote:I think Tanglin has better sports programs than Dulwich - having trawled through the sport competition results for the inter-school comps (because my oldest is sports-mad), Tanglin came up more often than Dulwich Hill which I assume means more teams and a bigger program.
Well...there are "budget-priced" International Schools like Invictus and Middleton...lagimoana wrote:Which is not to say it makes it better or worse, as a school. But at the prices that International Schools charge, the more you can get for your money, the better, amirite??
My wife used to homeschool for several years. The benefits were obvious, but it was extremely taxing on her. My admiration and love for her rises several notches after seeing her go through the process.lagimoana wrote: The last option is kind of appealing, and my children have both requested homeschooling. It just depends on how much of my sanity I still have after mothering them for the last decade already
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