Queenstown Primary School

by | May 28, 2022

Queenstown Primary School

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Mei Chin, Tanglin, and the former Queenstown Primary School united in January 2002 to create the new Queenstown Primary School. On November 16, 2001, a ceremony conducted to commemorate the merger. The morning students at Mei Chin Primary and Tanglin went to the new school building. The current principals, Mr Adnan Abdullah of Queenstown Primary School and Tanglin Primary and Mr Goh Song Yong of Mei Chin, presented their school flags to Mdm Lim Ngern Boey, the new principal of Queenstown Primary. To welcome the children from the other two schools from the old Queenstown Primary sang a song.

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In January 2002, Mei Chin, Tanglin, and the former Queenstown Primary School merged to form the new Queenstown Primary School.


We believe that aesthetics play a critical role in cognitive development, inspiring inventive thinking and creativity and facilitating the formation of meaningful relationships and peaceful, cohesive societies. Queenstown Primary School lays the foundation for unlimited possibilities for our students’ imaginations by supporting and encouraging their creativity, fostering their individuality, bolstering their self-confidence, and increasing overall academic achievement.

6-year Visual Arts Program designed to give students a creative outlet via exploration of various materials and approaches. It provides children with opportunities to broaden their understanding of the arts, improve their art-making skills, and explore personal creative interests to acquire visual literacy. Through age-appropriate projects, topics, and abilities programme emphasises creativity and exploration.

Artwork on display

To provide a holistic education that fosters self-assured and self-directed learners, concerned citizens, and active participants. Aesthetics to the Visual Art department at QtPS are critical in stimulating cognitive development and encouraging innovative thinking and creativity. This aids kids in forming meaningful connections with their surroundings. Artistic expression encourages students’ inventiveness, and revealing their uniqueness boosts their self-confidence. As a result, their desire to study.

Pedagogical Methodology

The pedagogical strategy of inquiry entrenched in our weekly art lessons in our art curriculum. It can see in the structure below:

Students introduce existing artworks and artists connected to the subject to connect and wonder.


Students are introduced to everyday objects/unusual mediums to investigate and experiment with, guiding them to make decisions while creating art.


Term modules with short exploratory tasks allow students to interact with various creative mediums, allowing them to gain experience and confidence in creating their final artwork.


When students’ voices are capture in their final artwork, gallery walks art lectures make studying more relevant for them.


Through music-making and improvisation, cultivate each student’s musical creative spirit. The music classroom is a natural setting for instilling school values, developing social and emotional competencies, and honing critical and imaginative thinking abilities will better prepare our kids to succeed in a rapidly changing world. Through music-making and improvisation, QtPS Music department strives to improve each student’s potential for creative expression, confidence as a learner, and appreciation for music from diverse cultures. We organise music skills and knowledge by the GMP Music syllabus focusing on improvisation. Our music courses follow the Experience-Concrete-Application (ECA) method allows students to practise a new skill or instrument in a hands-on setting before learning to understand it.

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