St. Margaret's Primary School
What to Know About St. Margaret’s Primary School
The school will provide students with the skills and competencies they need to succeed in the global economy of the twenty-first century, based on the school’s vision, mission, and values. The St. Margaret’s Primary School believes that cultivating girls of character, aiming for excellence in academic and non-academic areas, creating competent staff, and forging solid partnerships with key stakeholders and the greater community will enable it to achieve its objectives.
Staff development and engagement are top priorities at the school, which strives to be a thriving Professional Learning Community. Several platforms get established to support professional development, sharing, and communication among employees.
Mrs. Maria Dyer founded St Margaret’s School in 1842, making it Singapore’s and the Far East’s first girls’ school.
Mission – the school gets founded to educate and nurture young girls so that they may grow in body, soul, and spirit and be schooled in holiness to become godly women capable of doing all good works.
PE is critical to a student’s physical development and progress. Pupils gain the knowledge, skills, attitude, and values necessary to live a physically active and healthy lifestyle for the rest of their lives. It also allows students to express themselves physically and via movement. The St. Margaret’s Primary School PE program emphasizes physical activity. Pupils can build a favorable relationship with physical activity through participation in the PE program.
Applied Learning Program
The Applied Learning Program at SMPS focuses on students’ capacity to use their communication abilities in various situations, from daily interactions in the classroom to speaking successfully in front of a larger audience in school and on public platforms. The program focuses on the four primary areas of communication skills: physical, verbal, cognitive, social, and emotional communication.
Character and Citizenship Education
Lessons should teach the values, information, abilities, and competencies required for character and civic development. These courses include Character and Citizenship Education lessons conducted primarily in the Mother Tongue Languages and the Form Teacher Guidance Period (FTGP).
The creation gets symbolized by the green background. It represents activity and vitality, as well as creativity and expansion.
The white cross symbolizes the school’s Christian mission. It guides us to God’s love, truth, and provision in the same way that a directional compass does. The white ribbon that runs diagonally across the top of the image from upper left to bottom right represents purity in thought, word, and deed.
- Modifications to the school uniform are prohibited.
- The school uniform hemline should not exceed 5cm above the knee.
- Name tags must be worn every day by students.
- White canvas/sports shoes with plain white socks that extend just above the ankles get required of students.
- Students should wear PE T-shirts tucked into dark green school-designed shorts for sports and PE classes.
- Students in grades 3 through 6 should wear their school uniform to school and home. P1 and P2 are the first and second places. On days when students have PE lessons, they can wear their PE uniform to school.
You may also like
St. Stephen's School
St. Stephen’s School in Bedok is an all-boys school and one of the 7 Lasallian institutions in Singapore offering catholic programs like classes on Catechism.
Stamford Primary School
Stamford Primary School in Central Singapore is a co-ed school that will soon be merging with Farrer Park Primary School in January of 2023.
Tampines North Primary School
Tampines North Primary School is a public co-ed institution that strives to inspire students to be their best and offers a program for character development.