Angsana Primary School
What to Know About Angsana Primary School
The beautiful Angsana tree inspired this school’s name. It is a typical roadside tree planted in Singapore in the late 1960s and 1970s as part of the Garden City Campaigns. Angsana trees may now be found across the island, lining and adorning major thoroughfares like Orchard Road.
The Angsana tree, which can reach a height of 40 meters and has a dense, dome-shaped crown with drooping lower branches, was first imported to Singapore in the early 19th century. In 2015, the former Qiaonan Primary School and Griffiths Primary School were united to form Angsana Primary School. Singapore’s 50th year of independence was also commemorated in 2015, making it a memorable year for the country and school.
Like the Angsana tree, Angsana Primary School aspires to match the usefulness and beauty of the tree after which named and to offer the shade beneath which future generations of excellent citizens will be nourished and groomed.
School Philosophy, Culture, and Ethos:
They believe that every kid can and wants to learn, so they provide a comprehensive curriculum and a safe, caring environment in which students can grow and learn. They want to prepare children for the future by instilling values, attitudes, and skills. They foster a caring atmosphere that motivates and engages all students while encouraging positive student behavior and the development of critical thinking abilities. They emphasize the value of gratitude and respect for all people work to instill a love of learning in kids by structuring learning experiences and offering a comprehensive curriculum that meets their requirements.
Unique Programmes and services:
Personal mastery, teamwork, and responsible citizenship are all emphasized in the school’s two-tiered student leadership development program and leadership development to serve the school and community. They teach 21st-century skills with the school’s objective.
The “Nurturing Problem Solvers through CT” program will teach students fundamental computational thinking (CT) principles and attitudes through interdisciplinary topics. They’ll be able to learn how to code and use makerspace concepts to tinker with and build robots.
As part of the [email protected] initiative, IDA supports the “Code for Fun” program. From P1 to P6, we offer a comprehensive life skills program to help pupils manage their time and communicate well with others. Through outdoor camps and authentic learning experiences, they develop vital social and emotional competencies such as self-awareness, social awareness, self-management, relationship management, and responsible decision-making.
Student Leadership Development:
The goal at Angsana Primary School is to develop and nurture each student into a 21st-century leader. They get dedicated to this goal by providing students with diverse learning opportunities, such as our school-based enrichment and lifeskills programs, five topics: citizenship, self-management, and social skills, physical activities and sports, aesthetics, and entrepreneurship. Students hone and use leadership skills in numerous service opportunities by being empowered and engaged in leadership opportunities.
Sports, clubs, and activities:
Students can use the CCA Program to find their passions and talents; students eventually learn CCA-specific knowledge, abilities, values, and attitudes through sustained participation in CCA groups.
- Audio & Video/Pa Club
- Information Communication Club
- Young Explorers
- Concert Band
- International Dance
- Prefectorial Board
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