School In The News
The Straits Times - Six young teachers honoured for their dedication
Ms Indranee Rajah (2nd Minister for Education) highlighted one such teacher during this year's Teachers' Investiture. Ms Faith Huang uses process drama to bring lessons alive! Watch the video to find out more!
Farrer Park Primary School Featured on The Straits Times
FPPS @ Outdoor Education
MOE Schoolbag - Lessons from Outdoor Education
Congratulations to Ms Ou Xin Ying!
Congratulations to Ms Ou Xin Ying on her outstanding performance in her PGDE! She has been awarded the NIE Gold Medal and the Association of Mathematics Educators Book Prize and is the Valedictorian of PGDE 2015!
4th International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese
The conference was held on 9 – 10 September 2015 and was organised by Singapore Centre for Chinese Language (SCCL). The aim is to promote research and application of Second Language Teaching and Learning, as well as to provide experts and educators of Chinese Language a platform to exchange experiences and ideas on pedagogical approaches. This conference is also co-organised by Ngee Ann Polytechnic, National Institute of Education and SIM University, and supported by Singapore Chinese Teachers’ Union and Singapore Middle School Chinese Teachers’ Association.
Holly Zhang Tian Ru has won the Merit Award in The Twenty-First National Primary Schools On-the-Spot Chinese Creative Writing Competition. Her article is published in the “Bi Geng” in Aug-2015, which is published by the Singapore Foochow Association.
One of our pupils' animation entries from Infocomm Club submitted for NCCC 2013 has been selected by NCCS for advertising campaign. The animation has been adopted and reworked professionally to show in all Golden Village Cinemas for 9 weeks starting from 8 May 2014.
The Heart of Teaching
Bugliest Bug Public Performance @ Pek Kio CC
Latest edition of the "Thumbs-Up" publication under Singapore Press Holding featured our school's Chinese teachers conducting a drama lesson on "Chang-Er and the Rabbit" with our Primary 1 pupils. In a twist to the story, pupils needed to think of ways to help Chang-Er in deciding whether she should forgive the Rabbit as the latter has eaten the mooncake meant to be kept for the Mid-Autumn celebration. Through the lesson, pupils learned to apply "Graciousness", one of the school values, in their words and actions.
Featured on Channel 8's programme "In Good Schools"
Pek Kio CC 50th Anniversary Celebration
Farrer Park Primary School interviewed by Channel 5 Red Dot programme on recycling
Singapore Book of Records
Click here for link to Largest Singapore Map Made Of Egg Cartons