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Character and Citizenship Education

Vision

Every Student, a Leader to Self and Others
 

Mission

To nurture confident, compassionate and responsible citizens in a caring and safe environment.

Behavioural Outcomes

Innovation Able to solve problems
Able to come up with creative solutions
Able to think critically and constructively
Graciousness Greet teachers and friends
Show care and concern for others (including the environment)
Respect other people’s ideas and opinions
Show racial appreciation
 Love Singapore
Responsibility Abides by the school / class rules
Cooperates and builds positive relationship during group work
Completes tasks/assignments on time
Integrity Trustworthy
Willingly admits mistakes/offences committed
Perseverance Never gives up when faced with difficulties or failures
Able to work independently
Leadership Has initiative and is forthcoming in doing tasks
Able to make good judgment in carrying out duties/tasks
Stands up for what he/she believes in

School-Wide Programmes

Connect Time

A special mentoring programme to enhance teacher-student relationship . The goal is to help students involved in this programme to acquire the skills and confidence needed to be responsible for their own future.

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Who
Mentee: P1 to P6 pupils
Mentor: Form Teachers
Ratio: 4 or 5 mentees* per mentor
Students interact with Form Teacher on rotational basis
Mentor interacts with a different group of mentees every week
When P2, P4 & P6: Mondays
P1, P3 & P5: Fridays
Opportunity Period-7.30 am to 8.00 am
( During this period, the affected levels are occupied with non-curricular activities such as Morning Run )
Flag-raising ceremony is held in the classroom for mentor and mentees to enable
Where Outside the classrooms

Form Teacher Guidance Period (FTGP)

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Befrienders’ Club, an outreach programme, in partnership with City Community Service

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Students engrossed in paper-cutting art
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Learning about Chinese culture – enjoying a ”Lo Hei” meal

Character First (P1 and P2)

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Character First Celebration during CD Hour
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Memory Work Performance

Community Involvement Programme

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P4 Animals with Love Project
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P5 Guide Them Project
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P6 Listening Ears, Caring Minds

Environment Education Programme (EEP)

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CME through Drama

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Using “Conscious Alley” to facilitate the teaching the teaching of moral values 
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Pupils learning about Total Defence
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Student Leadership

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Our Prefects
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Students attending leadership workshops
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NE Commemorative Events

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Our male teachers in their uniforms
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The significance of Total Defence
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Getting to know the flags of nations on International Friendship Day

NE Amazing Race

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Teachers, Parents and Pupils collaboration during Amazing Race and understand more about the Indian Culture.
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