Pasir Ris Secondary School
All Things To Know About Pasir Ris Secondary School
On January 2, 1985, Pasir Ris Secondary School became Tampines’ first secondary school. At Chongzheng Primary School, our temporary school location, we began with 11 Secondary One classes and 16 teaching staff.
Four months later, the Pasir Ris Secondary School relocated to its current home at Tampines St 21 in a new school building. It was a watershed moment in Singapore’s educational environment as we set off on a new path. Mr Phua Bah Lee, Senior Parliamentary Secretary (Defence) and Member of Parliament for Tampines, officially opened the school on August 20, 1987. In Aesthetics, Sports, and the Sustained Achievement Award in Aesthetics, Sports, and the Sustained Achievement Award in Aesthetics, Sports, and uniformed groups.
The goal was to instil these ideals in every Pasirian as he strives for success and excellence. After the GCE ‘O’ Level exams in 1997, the school began a building extension project to construct extra classrooms for the school to go single session in 2000. The Pasir Ris Secondary School first session starts on January 2, 2000, with 39 classes.
As the school’s enrollment grew gradually, it was designated for PRIME upgrading from January 2006 to December 2007 – so that more classrooms and facilities could get added to meet the expanding school population and learning demands of our kids.
In January 2008, we formally returned to our – home and took – advantage of the new facilities and chances to improve pedagogical techniques and co-curricular programs to propel the school to new heights.
Over the last few decades, the school has received numerous awards and massive milestones, including the Academic Value-added Award.
The ALP (Applied Learning Program):
Through various journalism platforms, Eye on the World – Stories through Journalism aims to provide students with opportunities to apply what they’ve learned in the classroom to real-life situations, raise their awareness of local and global issues, and develop critical thinking and communication skills.
The program began in 2015 to pique interest and apply Humanities and English language studies in various real-life settings. Students achieve this through IPW and other integrated – projects in IP and non-IP fields. These programs exposed children to the real world and helped them gain confidence in interacting with other community members.
Performing Arts & Music
We at PRSS value aesthetics and have a thriving culture in the Music and Performing Arts. Our Learning for Life Program (LLP) in Music and Performing Arts is a broad-based program encapsulated in the acronym ‘SHINE,’ which includes five key areas: self-discovery of interest and ability, heritage and cultural appreciation, interaction and collaborative learning, eNgagement in community outreach and partnership, and excellence in artistic expression. We hope to promote sound values, create a character, and assist our students in pursuing their aesthetic passion and talent through music and the performing arts.
Program for Student Leadership Development
All students have opportunities for leadership development, and the school also identifies and develops our students’ leadership potential. A Pasirian student leader’s views, attitudes, and behaviours get shaped by the school’s PRIZE ideals.
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