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Featured on Channel 8's programme "In Good Schools"

Farrer Park Primary School interviewed by Channel 5 Red Dot programme on recycling

Bugliest Bug Public Performance @ Pek Kio CC



Pek Kio CC 50th Anniversary Celebration

On Sunday 28 July 2013, Pek Kio CC celebrated its 50th Anniversary and the official opening of its new premises at 21 Gloucester Road. Farrer Park Primary School was involved in the performance.


Farrer Park Primary School Now Showing in Theatres

Farrer Park Primary School Now Showing in Theatres
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.

Week 1: The Earth Needs Your Help (http://youtu.be/C9K6a4MWIb4) (Farrer Park Primary School)
Week 5: The Earth Needs Your Help
Week 9: The Earth Needs Your Help

Singapore Book of Records

FPPS set a new record of the Largest Singapore Map made of egg cartons (2.5m by 4.1m) in the Singapore Book of Records as part of National Day Celebration. 

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Click here for link to Largest Singapore Map Made Of Egg Cartons 

The Heart of Teaching

                           
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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!

                                                                                                                                

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Award of Chinese Creative writing Competition

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.


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4th International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese

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Mdm Yang, Miss Cai and Miss Kan presented a school-based action research paper on "Scaffolding Process in Teaching of Chinese Composition" at the 4th International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language. Our school-based action research paper emerged as one of the top five winning action research papers. 

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.  

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FPPS Chinese Teachers Featured on "Thumbs-Up" Publication 
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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.

2016


Farrer Park Primary School Featured on The Straits Times
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The Straits Times - Tchoukball helps edric to mature

2017

Teacher Winner of "20th Inspiring Chinese Language Teacher Award"

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Mdm Yang Yiying has been awarded the "20th Inspiring Chinese Language Teacher"! This award is endorsed by the Ministry of Education and organised by Singapore Chinese Middle School Teachers’ Association and Singapore Chinese Teachers’ Union, and sponsored by Lee Foundation. 

This is a national award that recognizes teachers who have displayed exemplary efforts in the teaching of Chinese language and culture in Singapore.A total of 10 Chinese language teachers from 5 primary schools, 4 secondary schools and 1 Junior College were shortlisted out of the 1,000 nominations. The nominations were put up by school principals, teachers, parents and students. 

We would like to congratulate Mdm Yang for winning the award!

Source of Article: Lianhe Wanbao, 31 May 2017

2017

Teacher Winner of Outstanding Youth in Education Award (OYEA) for English Language

We are very delighted to share the truly happy news that Ms Faith Huang Huiru, Head of Department for English Language, is one of the recipients of the Outstanding Youth in Education Award (OYEA) 2017.  This prestigious national award recognises and affirms Ms Huang's contributions to education and to the school.  She was presented with the award by the Minister for Education (School's), Mr Ng Chee Meng. 
We are very proud of her!
Let's celebrate with her!

The Straits Times - Six young teachers honoured for their dedication

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At Farrer Park, our teachers put the joy and CHARM in learning for our pupils 

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!


2019

Our pupils were featured by CNA Insider. You may view it below. CNA Insider She's 7 years old, came to Singapore only a year ago, and is gamely picking up English with the help of P1 classmates at Farrer Park Primary. Even before preparing for the PSLE, international students like Chaorui in neighbourhood schools must learn to adapt to local food and other integration challenges. But they're doing so with help from big-hearted classmates and the school. This is the story of 3 such students.