Yishun Primary School participated in the Green Wave Environmental Care Project for Schools 2017 organised by Sembcorp Marine. The objective of this competition is to develop creative and innovative ideas in the area of environment care and protection and thus contribute towards the conservation and improvement of our environment. We congratulate our teams for clinching the First Prize Award, Encouragement Award and two Certificates of Participation. The award ceremony took place on 2 February 2018.
Information on the Sexuality Education in Schools 2018 is available here.
The MOE Innergy (School) Awards aim to recognise staff whose innovative ideas and innovations brought about significant benefits to MOE.
It is with great pride to share that a group of our CL Department teachers was conferred the Commendation Award for their CL reading programme "Everyone is a STAR" for Schools Innergy Award 2017.
This programme is designed to develop good reading habits in our pupils; nurturing them to become smart thinkers and active readers.
Having been credited with the National Arts in Education Glow Award, the school's arts initiatives have been recognised by the National Arts Council for its rigour in developing more than just the mere appreciation of the aesthetics. Anchoring on the approaches of Music for All and Music for Excellence, the school's Learning for Life Programme adopts a modular approach in exposing all pupils to music. Every Yishun Primary pupil will be able to play at least 6 musical instruments at the end of his primary educational journey in the school.
Over the years, Yishun Primary School has been recognized for excelling in both the curricular and co-curricular areas. These accolades covered the cognitive domains - Languages, Mathematics & Science, as well as in the Co-Curricular Areas (CCAs). The school will continue to provide its pupils with a strong foundation in literacy and numeracy skills; develop their love for learning and equip them with 21st century competencies, knowledge and sound moral values to prepare them for life. Click here for more photos.
The Applied Learning Programme (ALP): Environmental Science Education aims to impart our pupils the practical concepts of science and its interplay with the environment. This 6-year progressive learning is integrated in Project Work and helps every pupil to develop 21st Century Competencies. ICT is used to support the inquiry process and also facilitates scientific research, student collaboration and self-directed learning.