Sunday, June 15, 2008

HFMD( Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease )

1. What is HFMD?2. How can you tell whether your friend has HFMD?3. Is it true that HFMD occur only among children below five? Why?4. How do you prevent yourself from contracting this disease?5. Do you know of anyone who has contracted this disease?6. How does someone with HFMD help to prevent the spread of the disease?7. What advice would you give to all children to prevent HFMD?
1.HFMD is a type of disease that involves the hand,foot and mouth.
2.i can tell by seeing whether he/she has fever,sore throat,ulcers in the throat, mouth and tongue,headache,a rash with vesicles (small blisters-- 3-7 mm) on hands, feet and diaper area. The vesicles are typically on the palm side of the hands the sole side of the feet and very characteristic in appearance(copied from Health Promotion Board),as both adults and children can be affected, but young children below five years are particularly susceptible.
4.i must Wash hands with soap before eating and after going to the toilet,
cover mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing,
do not share eating utensils,
ensure that toys or appliances that are contaminated by nasal or oral secretions should be cleaned before they are used again.

5.i don't as i just know that when i was a baby i had caught HFMD.
6.the person must keep him home from school, kindergarten or childcare centre, keep him away from all public places including restaurants, playgrounds and shopping centres,look out for signs and symptoms in other family members, both children and the adults,keep his toys, books, eating utensils, towels and clothes separate from others, inform the school, kindergarten or childcare centre as soon as possible,they can monitor other children closely and take additional precautions to prevent the spread of HFMD, children with HFMD should remain at home until all the blisters have dried up,consult your doctor before sending him back to the school, kindergarten or childcare centre.
7.i would tell them to keep their hands clean every day

Friday, June 13, 2008

1. Does your family celebrate Mother's Day?2. Do you think mothers are important in children's lives? Why?3. How do you think you can show appreciation for your mother? 4. What is your relationship with your mother?Give some examples of what your mother has helped you in through the years. 5. How do you strengthen your relationship with your mother?6. If there is one special thing you can do for your mother, what would that be and why? family celebrates mother's day by just saying "Happy Mother's day!".
2.i do think that mothers are important to children's lives.As they need mothers to nurture them.
3.i think that i can show appreciation by showing her that i am improving my studies. mother has helped me with alot of things like my homework.
5.i can ask her more to help me so she will have more time for me.
6.i would help her make breakfast in the morning as she seldom makes breakfast.

Thursday, May 29, 2008

1. Do you eat in the school canteen? Why? Why not?2. Which is your favourite stall? Why?3. Do you think the food and drinks sold in canteen are healthy? Give your reasons.4. Do you think the food and drinks sold in the canteen are clean? Give your reasons.5. What are some of the healthier food and drinks sold by canteen vendors?6. Could suggest some healthy food to be included in our school canteen?

1.Yes,as i like the food in the canteen.
2.Well?My favourite stall in the canteen is stall 2.I like the stall for its snacks and the prices are reasonable.
3.Well again,i think the drinks in stall 1 are not healthy as i will have a stomach ache everytime i drink it.
4.i think that the hygene level is quite low.
5.some are the packet snacks and the canned Nescafe.
6.i could chose some like carrot cake.


Friday, April 4, 2008

My Dream

When I grow up I would like to be a pilot so that I can fly people around the world to their destination so they can visit their loved ones. For example, I can visit my grandparents in Hong Kong. However, because of my myopia I think that I may not be able to meet the requirement.

This is what I found from the Singapore Airlines Career Website.


Pilot Appointments

Do You Have What It Takes?
The Singapore Airlines Group invites applications for the following appointments:
Cadet Pilot
B777/A330 Captains

Cadet Pilot
This entry-level position is based in Singapore, and is for candidates who display a strong interest in aviation.


  • Singapore Citizen, Singapore Permanent Resident or Malaysian Citizen
    GCE ‘A’ level, Polytechnic Diploma or Degree. In addition, you must have obtained a minimum of 5 Credits in the GCE ‘O’ level or its equivalent. These must include English, Mathematics and a Science subject, preferably Physics, taken at one sitting
    At least 1.65 m in height

  • Visual acuity of at least 6/60, correctable to 6/6. For candidates who have undergone corrective eye surgery (e.g. Lasik), your pre-surgical visual acuity should not be more than 500 degrees (myopia)

  • Medically fit

Successful candidates will spend 15 to 17 months on training to acquire an Airline Transport Pilot’s License (ATPL) with Instrument Rating (IR) at Pilot Training Schools in Singapore and overseas. Full board and lodging will be provided. Upon obtaining the flying license, you will undergo further training for 1 to 2 years to become a First Officer.


To realise my dream, I plan to:

1) study hard so that I can have a University Degree

2) practise more of the eyecare habits so that I can lower the risk of increasing in myopia.

3) exercise regularly and engage in more outdoor activities

I think people should have dreams because they can plan what to do in the future and work hard and strive to their goals.

Friday, March 28, 2008


E: Engaged in studies
X: eXtra lessons
C: CCA (Core Curricular Activities)
E: Improve my English
L: Borrow more Library Books
L: Passion for Learning
E: Refer to the Encyclopedia
N: Have a Noble mind
C: Come Punctually
E: Take part in Sports Events

Tuesday, February 12, 2008


I spent my chinese new year by collecting ang poas and going to other peoples house