Yumin Primary School

by | May 30, 2022

Yumin Primary School

Guide to know about the Yumin Primary School

Yumin Primary School has its origins in two Chinese rural schools in the old Tampines region from 1940 to 1974, known as ‘Yook Kiau’ and ‘Ping Min.’ In 1975, the two schools combined and became Yook Min Primary School. Yumin Primary School get renamed after it gets relocated to its current location in 1985. In 2003, as part of the PRIME program, the school was renovated, and it currently serves 1283 pupils of diverse ethnic backgrounds. The university offers students the opportunity to learn Chinese and Malay as first languages.

Meta description:

Yumin Primary School was founded in 1940 and served the Tampines region until 1974. Yumin Primary School get renamed in 1985.

School Philosophy, Culture, and Ethos:

After six years of school, we want our Yumin Primary School students to have a champion mentality and the ‘wings and roots’ for 21st-century learning and life. By MOE DOE and 21st CC, we have identified three student outcomes that we feel will provide our Champions with the information, skills, and values they will need in the future:

  • Self-assured and effective communicators
  • Thinkers who are both critical and creative
  • Citizens who are kind and generous

All of our pupils receive a complete and balanced education from the school. Yumin Primary students get nurtured in five aspects of student development: cognitive, social and moral, morale, aesthetics and physical, leadership, and innovation. We want our students to develop into self-assured individuals, self-directed learners, caring citizens, and active contributors by methodically equipping them with 21st Century skills. All employees share this aim and obligation.

The School’s Beliefs All pupils want to learn and are capable of learning, even if they study in various ways. The foundations for growth are having high expectations of our students and providing them with opportunities and assistance. Excellent student discipline (in learning and conduct) aids in the quality of teamwork and collaboration teaching and learning, and accomplish discipline aids in the quality of teamwork and collaboration teaching and learning.

  • School Vision

Every child is a thriving champion

  • School Mission

Build Character, Challenge Minds, Enrich Lives

Unique Programmes and services:

  • Project ACTIVAtE is a structured program that includes students applying knowledge and abilities to real-life situations based on themes and concepts in a progressive values-based learning process. It contains Values-in-Action, a vital component of our Character and Citizenship teaching that harnesses students’ feeling of ownership, cooperation, and proactivity in self-initiating purposeful initiatives that will benefit others.
  • I3QUEST is a progressive and developmental curriculum that focuses on computational thinking and creative computing tools to enhance critical and creative thinking abilities.
  • Another essential program at the school is the Integrated Outdoor Learning Experience, which runs from Primary 1 to 6. The English curriculum is the cornerstone at all six levels, and it gets linked with other subjects.

Co-curricular activities (CCAs):

Visual and Performing Arts

  • Art and Craft Club
  • Choir
  • Ensemble – Guzheng
  • Ensemble – String

Physical Sports

  • Netball
  • Volleyball

Uniformed Groups

  • Scouts
  • Singapore Red Cross Society

Clubs and Societies

  • Infocom Club

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