Hot! Writing Tips – The Write Workshop


Give your child the technology to improve writing ability
Every parent would be concerned about their child’s PSLE exams and would prep them ahead of time. Writing is like going the gym, your child gets better with more practice. As a parent, you will try your best to give them the technology (methods) to excel in PSLE English Composition writing and a good communication skill for their future years ahead.

We attended a writing workshop by Marshall Cavendish Education recently – The Write Workshop – to empower ourselves the know how to improve our bubbas writing skills. The Write Workshop is for parents with children in Primary 3 to Primary 6 (9 – 12 years old) to improve their composition writing skills before the real test – PSLE English composition exam.


  • PSLE composition format.
  • Content planning.
  • Language – stylistic devices and vocabulary starter kit for expressions.
  • Marking rubics.
  • Starting a writing program at home.


  • Keep a notebook of useful words and expressions. Maintain a starter kit of vocabulary for expressions.
  • Keep a file of the compositions written from the home writing program to keep track of progress.
  • Encourage your child to write on his or her own stories.
  • Do not get your child to write in exchange for reward. Writing then becomes a means to an end.
  • Look for ‘breakthrough’ essay. The tipping point.

Marshall Cavendish Education is established education publisher in Singaporean textbook and assessment books publishing offering comprehensive materials for different learning needs. There are many other Marshall Cavendish  Education workshops for different subjects to empower us the know-how to teach our bubbas. For more information on other Marshall Cavendish Education workshops, please visit or visit Facebook page at


Venue: Times Centre, 1 Industrial Road, Singapore 536196.

Cost fees: S$80.


Katherine Sng

Katherine Sng

I am a single mother living in Singapore. I am an advocate of living a healthy lifestyle through exercise; eating right; keeping a positive and youthful outlook of life; and, to live vicariously while you can. When not spending time watching my son Bubba grow, I am catching up on the latest news and entertainment gossip. I firmly believe that empowerment is possible for anyone, as long as they believe in themselves and the people around them. Join me on my journey with Bubba, God, my family and friends at or on

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