Punggol Green Primary School
Guide to know about the Punggol Green Primary School
Mrs. Seah Lay Tin, a former principal of Ang Mo Kio Primary School, took over as principal of Punggol Green Primary School in 2013. In 2019, Mr. Hanafi B Asmore, the previous Principal of Punggol Primary School, took over as the second Principal of Punggol Green Primary School, succeeding Mrs. Seah. Mr. Hanafi, as an educator, believes that every kid can learn and develop, as well as hobbies and abilities. He also considers success in a broader sense. He gets dedicated to maximizing the potential of every student because of this deep belief.
School Philosophy, Culture, and Ethos
Our school’s focus extends beyond academic accomplishments. We aspire to improve holistic learning by striking a balance between providing information and building 21st Century abilities and values in our students, preparing them as Future-Ready Leaders who can succeed in an unpredictable and ambiguous future. Punggol Green Primary has also embraced Philosophy to create a positive and dynamic school culture that supports teaching and learning.
LLP in Environmental Education – LEAP aims to raise students’ environmental awareness and understanding while developing CCE values of environmental care and respect for 21st-century competencies. Parents have an essential part in their children’s character and citizenship development, as proven by the School And Parent Partnership (SAPP). Some parents also motivated kids through the “Our Aspiration” program, in which they discussed the information, abilities, and values that are essential for reaching their professional aspirations.
CCAs are an essential component of our student’s overall education. Students gain values and competencies that will equip them for a quickly changing world while discovering their interests and abilities via CCA. CCA creates friendships among students from many backgrounds as they study, play, and develop together. CCA encourages social integration and strengthens students’ feelings of belonging, dedication, and duty to their school, community, and country.
- Infocomm Club
- Art Club
- Green Club
- Innovation Club
- Journalism Club
- Robotics Club
- Cubs (Scouts)
- Table Tennis
- Strings Ensemble
- All students are required to attend the Flag Raising Ceremony. Singaporean students are required to sing the National Anthem and take the Pledge.
- Late students arrive at school after the Flag Raising Ceremony. Students who miss more than five days of school in a year will be ineligible for any bursary or rewards.
- Male students must be well-dressed, clean-shaven, and have no facial hair.
- Students are not permitted to wear any jewelry type or a nice watch. Female pupils get a permit to wear a simple set of ear studs.
- Students should not bring electronic gadgets, cellphones, or toys to school without permission from the instructor, vice-principal, or administration.
- No student may leave the classroom or school grounds during school hours without permission from the instructor, vice-principal, or principal.
- When a student misses any school events, including exams and examinations, a medical certificate or a note from a parent is necessary.
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