Princess Elizabeth Primary School
Everything you need to know about the Princess Elizabeth Primary School
The school gets renamed Princess Elizabeth Estate School after it relocated to Princess Elizabeth Estate on Hillview Avenue in 1954. Princess Elizabeth Estate School gets renamed Princess Elizabeth Primary School in 1986, and it was moved to its current location at Bukit Batok West Avenue 3. In 2012, the Princess Elizabeth Primary School celebrated its 60th anniversary. In 2015, the school shifted to a single-session program.
Princess Elizabeth Primary School on Victoria Street was established in 1919 by the late Reverend Canon Guok Koh Muo. The school became a government-aided school in 1958.
- School Vision
Every child is an active learner, a responsible citizen, and a steadfast leader.
- School Mission
We Nurture and Inspire an Inclusive Spirit Together.
School Philosophy, Culture, and Ethos
Everyone can learn, love, and lead.
The Princess Elizabeth Primary School promotes a culture of compassion and innovation and defines it as “disciplined people, disciplined thoughts, and disciplined actions.”
Our Core Values
- Life-long learners
- Students are capable of critical and creative thinking.
- Students can successfully communicate and collaborate.
- Students are capable of taking charge of their education.
- Transformational Staff
- Staff is committed to professional development to lead, care for, and inspire others.
- Employees are proactive in pursuing improvements and eager to investigate, experiment, and increase their knowledge.
- Employees are actively involved in fostering a caring, trusting, and positive atmosphere.
- Students must wear the school uniform as prescribed, with no modifications permitted.
- Students who are Singapore citizens are expected to sing the National Anthem and recite the Pledge as needed. The right fist will be put over the heart when the student takes the Pledge.
- Facial hair, such as a mustache, beard, goatee, or lengthy sideburns, is not permitted.
- Students are not permitted to have any weapons in their possession. They get also prohibited from bringing any weapon or a weapon-like object used or intended to harm others.
- Students must attend all lessons and school activities on time.
- Students must have a courteous and orderly demeanor at all times.
- No student is permitted to leave the school during school hours unless the Principal, Vice-Principals, or teachers have permission.
- To justify their absence from school, students must produce a medical certificate or a note from their parents.
- For PE and co-curricular activities, students must dress appropriately.
- Unless unusual circumstances and with specific authorization, students shall limit their eating and drinking in the canteen.
- Students are responsible for keeping the school grounds clean and maintaining the school’s property.
- Civics & Moral Education
- Co-Curricular Activities
- English Language
- Foundation English
- Foundation Mathematics
- Health Education
- Higher Chinese
- Higher Malay
- Higher Tamil
- Physical Education
- Social Studies
Co-curricular activities (CCAs):
Visual and Performing Arts
- Art Club
- Band – Concert
- Dance – Contemporary Modern
- Dance – Cultural
- Ensemble – Harmonica
- Ensemble – String
- Orchestra – Chinese
- Boys’ Brigade
- Girls’ Brigade
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