3 Differences Between Primary and Secondary School English

Hi everyone! It’s good to see you again! For freshly-graduated Primary 6 students, congratulations! You have achieved a great milestone and I hope you are taking time to have your well-deserved rest.

Moving on to a secondary school may be daunting to you because you may not be sure of what it entails. However, I am sure that no matter which school you are posted to eventually, it will be a rewarding and an eye-opening experience.

Now, for today’s video, I will be explaining 3 differences between Primary and Secondary School English. I have previously written a blogpost about the scheme of assessment for O and NA level English so you can click on this link to read up more about it.


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Ms. Cynthia

Ms Cynthia is an English Teacher at Lil’ but Mighty. In her 5 years of English Language teaching experience, she has enjoyed guiding her students to explore the literary world and provide them with the tools to unpack and decipher texts. As a teacher who is passionate about the language, she hopes to inspire the children to become creative and critical thinkers who will be ready to face the challenges of the world.

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