Singapore Writers Festival Returns

By Zara Karimi (18A01A) and Nadine Staes-Polet (18A01B) Clear out your calendars for the second week of November, because the Singapore Writers Festival is back with its 20th edition! The Singapore Writers Festival (SWF) is an annual literary event organized by the National Arts Council (NAC). Over the past few decades, SWF has grown from … Continue reading

Please Mind the Platform Gap: The Road Less Taken – H2 German

By guest writer Izzy Seah (18S03B) Photos courtesy of Izzy Seah This article is the third part in Raffles Press’ series, Please Mind the Platform Gap: The Road Less Taken, about non-traditional A-Level subjects offered in RI. For our previous feature on H2 French, please click here. For our feature on taking a third language … Continue reading

Lingua Franca: Taking H2 French in JC (Please Mind the Platform Gap)

By guest contributor Shen Hongyi (18S06K) Additional reporting by Soh Ying Qi (18A01C) Photos courtesy of Shen Hongyi This article is the second part in Raffles Press’ series, Please Mind the Platform Gap: The Road Less Taken, about non-traditional A-level subjects offered in RI. For our previous feature on H2 KI, please click here. For our feature … Continue reading

Please Mind the Platform Gap: The Road Less Taken – H2 KI

By Zhu Xiuhua (18S06A) and guest writer Beatrice Lee (18S06A) This article is the first part in Raffles Press’ series, Please Mind the Platform Gap: The Road Less Taken, about non-traditional A-level subjects offered in RI. For our previous features on H2 KI, click here and here. This article does not necessarily reflect the views … Continue reading

Being a student again

By Mr Patrick Wong GP teacher/Raffles Press teacher-mentor I have been studying for some months now, taking a part-time course three evenings a week. In one of my modules, we covered the concept of empathy: the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. Or, in a familiar metaphor, to stand in someone else’s … Continue reading

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