Poi Ching School
Learn more about the Poi Ching School
Poi Ching School get established on Victoria Street as a Chinese-medium school. Due to financial difficulties, the Futsing Association took over the school’s operation in 1924 and relocated it from Victoria Street to its Queen Street office. Poi Ching School relocated from Queen Street to Toa Payoh in 1970. The Ministry of Education designated the school as a Special Assistance Plan (SAP) School in 1992, allowing it to offer English and Chinese as its first languages.
The late Reverend Canon Guok Koh Muo established the Poi Ching School on Victoria Street in 1919. In 1958, the school received government funding.
Philosophy, culture, and ethos in the classroom
Poi Ching School instills the perspective of looking externally beyond self to relationships with peers, family, society, and the environment in our students, staff, and stakeholders, by our school principles. As a result, the emphasis is on the culture of caring. The Poi Ching School promotes the Leading by Caring principle, get incorporated into our Student Leadership Program, where P5 and six students display caring by starting initiatives and programs for the juniors.
- School Vision
To be the best SAP school in the world.
- School Mission
Citizens who are morally decent, functionally bilingual, and concerned
- School Core Values
Loyalty – Show your patriotism and loyalty to our nation.
Filial Piety- Parents should treat with respect, care, and concern.
Integrity – In one’s ideas and deeds, show a feeling of honesty and truthfulness.
Justice – Demonstrate moral righteousness based on ethics, the law, and justice.
Diligence – Demonstrate enthusiasm and dedication in one’s activities and job.
Prudence – Use sound judgment when making decisions and acting in public.
Sincerity – Demonstrate sincerity and honesty in one’s feelings, ideas, and desires.
Modesty – Demonstrate humility and simplicity in your actions and words.
- Co-Curricular Activities
- English Language
- Foundation Chinese
- Foundation English
- Foundation Mathematics
- Foundation Science
- Health Education
- Higher Chinese
- Physical Education
- Social Studies
Co-curricular activities (CCAs):
- Table Tennis
Visual and Performing Arts
- Art and Craft Club
- Chinese Calligraphy and Brush Painting
- Chinese Drums
- Dance – Chinese
- Orchestra – Chinese
Clubs and Societies
- Outdoor Activities Club
- Science Club
- Singaporean students get required to sing the National Anthem and accept the pledge (with the right fist placed over the heart).
- To school, students must wear the required school uniform (including Saturdays and school holidays, school functions, and school outings).
- No alterations to the uniform are permitted. During PE classes, students must dress appropriately.
- The kid will portray an image of a disciplined and responsible self if they follow the school’s dress code.
- Show consideration for yourself, the school’s property, and others.
- A Poi Ching School student get expected to act in a responsible, courteous, and respectful manner. Students will search for the good in others while also appreciating their differences.
- Maintain a positive attitude in the classroom and during other school-related events.
- Self-discipline allows you to get the most out of your instructional time while causing the least amount of interruption to the class/assembly.
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