Xinghua Primary School

Xinghua Primary School Bulletin

Education Methods In Xinghua Primary School

Xinghua School joined Charlton School in 2003, and Ms Lim Poh Suan was named Principal till 2006. Xinghua’s new buildings finished in 2002, and the school returned to its previous location on Hougang Ave 1. Experiential learning establishes to engage students in real-life experiences outside of the classroom, and it became the focus of Xinghua. Hands-on activities and learning excursions in Xinghua Primary School.

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In 2003, Xinghua merged with Charlton School; Ms Lim Poh Suan took over the helm as Principal until 2006. In 2002, Xinghua’s new premises completed.

Character & Citizenship Education (CCE)

Xinghua Primary School instils principles and create competencies for our students, they can grow into Caring Leaders and individuals who are excellent citizens who contribute to the community’s development.

  • Self-Direction Towards Excellence
  • Bringing People Together for a Common Goal
  • Motivating people to create a positive impact

Values represent the knowledge and skills included in the CCE learning outcomes taught through customised programmes.

Lessons in CCE

Stories, questions, and group discussions used to teach values, knowledge, and skills. During Morning Express, instructors and kids shared their school values. Every Tuesday morning, our kids participate in a Structured Circle Time to share their thoughts and feelings to foster mutual respect, trust, and empathy.

ICT

To use ICT to promote active learning and equip our students for the challenges twenty-first century.

Education Technology for Active Learning

Education technology is integrated into the curriculum in a meaningful way to enable students to take an active role in their learning. Build new knowledge students; are encouraged to curate internet resources, think critically, and engage with their classmates. Every student given a Google Classroom account enables self-directed learning. This portal gives students access to a variety of resources.

Active Learning Programme (PAL)

After a study by the Primary Education Review and Implementation (PERI) Committee in 2009, PAL was introduced to schools in the Primary 1 and 2 curriculum to meet the need for more attention on non-academic programmes.

The purpose of PAL was to achieve the following goals:

  • Provide students with a diverse range of experiences and exposure through enjoyable and engaging activities in two areas: Sports & Games and Outdoor Education, as well as Performing Arts (Music and Dance) and Visual Arts.
  • Facilitate learners’ holistic growth in the five realms of moral, cognitive, physical, social, and aesthetic development.
  • Provide a variety of opportunities for students to build social and emotional skills.

Performing Arts (Music)

Pupils exposed to various musical genres, including folk, nursery rhyme, and classical, from Africa to Australia to Germany. Pupils learn to understand the diversity of a country’s culture and music through listening to music from around the world. Pupils learn to work together to generate music and develop self-management and relationship management abilities via various activities and instrument playing.

Outdoor Education

Pupils learn about flora and fauna present in other places and the various climates that people from some countries experience. Pupils participate in fun outdoor activities like “rowing” on scooters, flying a kite, and pitching a tent as they learn to use their senses to connect with their surroundings.

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