Bukit Panjang Primary School
Everything you know about the Bukit Panjang Primary School
As the Union Jack was hoisted to the strains of ‘God Save the Queen,’ the first principal, Mrs. Downe, and her three-person staff stood at attention. The first sixty students of the school stood behind them, confronting a new school structure made of bricks and durable teak wood. Bukit Panjang Primary School was one of the few elementary schools in Singapore’s northern reaches. Mrs. Downe and her colleagues had to go across Bukit Panjang’s hamlet and district to persuade parents to send their children to school. They were able to enroll the first sixty students after great work and with the help of Mr. Goh Tong Liang, a famous citizen.
English, math, science, mother tongue languages, humanities, and the arts get included in the MOE curriculum PE, knowledge skills, and character and citizenship education. Students in Primary 1–6 prepare for the Bukit Panjang Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE), which takes place after Primary 6. Students can participate in a variety of co-curricular activities after school.
Chinese, Malay, and Tamil are the mother tongues offered, and the school supplements the MOE curriculum with activities including reading marathons and cultural camps. A sports leaders’ program, an annual adventure, and leadership camp, and a CHAMPs weight control program are among the school’s notable efforts. There are several CCAs to choose from, and the school includes a Student Care Center that provides food, homework supervision, games, and tuition after school.
Future Leaders, Concerned Citizens
In a dynamic and compassionate atmosphere, we are committed to holistically developing our pupils.
Philosophy, culture, and ethos in the classroom:
BPPS believes that each child is a unique individual with the ability to develop into a self-directed learner guided by the school’s values of Respect, Responsibility, Resilience, Gratitude, Integrity, and Compassion. We try to provide a safe, compassionate, and new learning atmosphere that values entrepreneurship and the willingness to take measured risks.
CCA is an essential part of pupils’ overall development at Bukit Panjang Primary School. Students get given various real experiences to build character and competencies to tackle the increasing challenges of the twenty-first century through CCA.
Physical sports help pupils develop strength, fairness, and team spirit.
Visual and Performing Arts:
The Visual and Performing Arts instill a feeling of graciousness and appreciation for a multi-racial society’s rich history and legacy in children.
- Art Club
- Dance – Chinese
- Dance – Indian
- Dance – Malay
- Dance – Modern
Uniformed Group activities get designed to help kids become excellent citizens by instilling self-reliance, resilience, discipline, and a sense of service to others.
- Singapore Red Cross Society
Clubs and Societies:
Students may develop and expand their interests in various specialized areas, whether knowledge- or skill-based. As students seek to master the specific disciplines, their knowledge, communication, and technical abilities improve.
- Infocom Club
Bukit Panjang Primary School offers the following subjects:
- Civics & Moral Education
- Co-Curricular Activities
- English Language
- Health Education
- Higher Chinese
- Higher Malay
- Higher Tamil
- Physical Education
- Social Studies
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