Qihua Primary School

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Guide to Know More About Qihua Primary School

It began the difficult task of merging all the study centres to form Kay Wah School in the 1930s when there were no schools in Lim Chu Kang except for a few study centres.  Qihua Primary School was a Chinese-medium school with roughly 200 students at the time. It temporarily shuttered during the Japanese occupation, but it reopened after WWII with 200 students enrolled in its three branches.

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Mr Neo Tiew, a well-known benefactor in Lim Chu Kang, led a group of warm-hearted pioneer educators who started the school in 1938. 

Library and Reading Program

For mass borrowing and assembly programmes school participates with the National Library Board. Through school library visits and reading-related class activities, the department aims to instil the habit of reading. The department collaborates closely with parents to encourage our pupils to read by presenting them with reading challenges in Qihua Primary School.

MyON

All primary 1 to 5 children can have their reading abilities assessed in terms of the Lexile level using myON, an online reading platform. Following that, students given a list of relevant reading books from the school or national library. Students gain an incentive to read and enhance their literacy abilities by reading books appropriate for them and participating in quizzes.

Using Behaviour Standards to Teach Character

To promote children’s character development and excellent behaviour, Qihua Primary School adopts Behaviour Standards from a well-known secular Chinese Classic. The Behaviour Standards emphasise the fundamental requirements for being a good person and advice for living in peace with others. Respect, Responsibility, Resilience, Integrity, Care, and Harmony are among the principles covered by the Behaviour Standards. Qihua Primary School also involves parents and kids in our efforts to promote Character Education by inviting them to a series of Character Education Sharing Sessions held in both English and Chinese.

Mindset for Growth

In the mornings, students go on a journey to learn about the Growth mindset through gameplay. Students can learn the differences between Growth and Fixed mindsets by participating in pre-morning gaming sessions. Students will realise that they have the option of adopting a Growth mindset after learning about the distinctions. Individuals with growth mindsets are more inclined to take on new challenges and endure in the face of adversity, allowing them to accomplish more.

PSR’s Inclusivity Education

Our Peer Support and Relationships programme drives inclusive education by encouraging the inclusion of students with SEN and enhancing the culture of care (PSR). PSR is a year-long curriculum that incorporates lessons into CCE, FTGP, and termly Start It Right (SIR) sessions. During SIR, a storytelling method uses to teach PSR messages and social skills.

Bully Free Zone

Various activities targeting various groups of students organised part of the school’s attempts to promote the message of anti-bullying. As part of their study, IBEEP students and selected student leaders attended a workshop and camp that empowered them to lead their classmates in advocating for a bully-free zone. This group of children organised an anti-bullying campaign and disseminated bully-free messaging to their peers with the help of several employees from the Singapore Children’s Society. An assembly programme and activities prepared during the several recesses used to raise awareness among the general student population.

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