Enrolling your primary-school aged child into a new secondary school or transitioning your child to an international secondary school can feel especially daunting. How do you choose the right school? What factors should you consider when shortlisting your options? What curriculum should you go for?
Visit the SCMP Secondary School Education Forum to learn all the critical information for choosing the right fit for your child and hear from experts on practical tips for parents with older kids and how to prepare them for bigger challenges in life.
The best international secondary schools at the event for you to speak to and get answers to the questions that are specific to your child and family needs
Compare various curriculum choices, find the right fit and learn how to make an effective transition from primary school
MEET THE EXPERTS
Meet with educators and specialists to learn about all of the benefits and types of curricula that can boost your child's overall development
Gain a thorough understanding of the application process, know when to start your preparation and what strategies are likely to help your child get an offer
An opportunity to fast-track initial research, shortlist schools, verify information and make your decision in one-go
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