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CPS CIP Department 2011-12
CPS CIP Department 2011-12
CPS CIP Department 2011-12
CPS CIP Department 2011-12
CPS CIP Department 2011-12
CPS CIP Department 2011-12
CPS CIP Department 2011-12
CPS CIP Department 2011-12
CPS CIP Department 2011-12
CPS CIP Department 2011-12
CPS CIP Department 2011-12
CPS CIP Department 2011-12
CPS CIP Department 2011-12
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CPS CIP Department 2011-12

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  • 1. Community Involvement Programme in Canberra Primary
  • 2. About our committee The Community Involvement Programme ensures that every pupil in primary school participates actively and meaningfully in contributing to the community.• Under the PCCG Department• Part of NE/SS• Advisors- Gina and Ruth• 10 members
  • 3. CIP activities for pupils in Canberra are faculty-based, with progression within the faculty and fromone faculty to another.• Anchored by the school values, with an emphasis on the level’s designated value• Inter-departmental collaborations are highly encouraged so that common objectives can be achieved Whole-school Approach
  • 4. Primary 1 and 2 FacultyCare and Responsibility to thecleanliness of their immediateenvironmentDevelop empathy and compassionfor the people around them(classmates, teachers and familymembers) and the less fortunateTo understand that they should notwaste resources around them
  • 5. Primary 3 and 4 Faculty• Develop a deeper understanding about the importance of conserving resources (water and electricity)• An understanding of the benefits and importance of recycling and recyclable materials• CIP learning journeys to be focused on collaboration and using technology
  • 6. Primary 5 and 6 Faculty• Pupils are given the autonomy to champion their CIP activity• Given the opportunity to increase the number of CIP hours clocked in each year• Entrusted with the recording of involvement and activities undertaken
  • 7. Environmental and Social Community Service P1-3 Litter Picking Program
  • 8. P4 Visit to Newater
  • 9. Environmental Programs
  • 10. Recycling Efforts in Canberra
  • 11. Staff CIP 2010 SunLove Marsiling
  • 12. Singtel E-heart Folding Event Classroom matters
  • 13. Donation Drives• Charity HongBao with Society of the Physically Disabled• Childrens’ Day Appeal Classroom matters• Our Class Shines in Term 1 and 3• Use Your Hands Day in Term 2 and 4• Class Support Group
  • 14. Pupils to fulfil 6 hoursof community servicea year

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