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Transitioning to secondary school, some advice from SCIA

18-January, 2019

Entering secondary education for the first time can be a daunting prospect for both students and parents. As students start secondary school, a lot of what they thought they knew may be tested, they must become accustomed to a new level of independence and heightened expectations from teachers, parents, and of course themselves.

The Post talked to Anselm Chu, Managing Director and School Director for SCIA School, a newly opened institution on a brand new, state of the art campus in Phnom Penh City Center.

Chu says that one of the biggest and most obvious differences for students in the transition to secondary school is, “(when) you are in year six, you’re like the big brother of the primary kids, but in secondary school you are the youngest brother that is a very apparent transition… They have to start all over again”

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