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  • Under Academic Programme, we have several programmes. We have the school supplementary lesson which is conducted twice a week for an hour from 10.15 am – 12.00pm. One hour is for EMS and 45 minutes is for MT. Your child have 3 subject teachers to teach EMS, but do be assured that all the 3 subject teachers take turns to conduct supplementary lessons as well as remedial lesson. We provide remedials for pupils who are weak in their studies or cannot follow certain concept. Also there is the tuition programme from self-help group like mendaki, CDAC and Sinda. If you need any of these assistance, you can come to me and we can help you with it. Lastly, these are the list of 8 activities that we are having in Primary 5. During this activities, we integrate different subjects together so as to enable the child to learn more.
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    1. 1. EVERGREEN PRIMARY SCHOOL Welcomes you to Primary 1 Orientation 20 November 2010
    2. 2. Agenda • Welcome address by Principal • Introduction of key personnel • Talk cum video show by dental nurse • Talk by Powerlife Student Services
    3. 3. Vice-Principal Mrs Chue Lay Na Vice- Principal(Admin) Mr Tan Tuang Kin HOD English Mdm Pay Gim Hean HOD Mathematics Mrs Janice Chang HOD Science Mdm Nornizah Said HOD Mother Tongue Miss Anne Teh HOD Aesthetics & CCA Miss Helen Tan HOD PE Mr Samy Lim HOD CCE Mrs Brenda O’Hara SH Pupil Welfare Mrs Doris Chong KEY PERSONNEL
    4. 4. SH-Discipline Mr Low Choon Siong SH Visual Arts Miss Jaycee Tee SH-NE/SS Miss Juliana Teo SH-Tamil Miss Ratha SH-Chinese Mr Phua Soon Teck LH-English Mrs May Tan SH-PCCG Mrs C Muru KEY PERSONNEL
    5. 5. SCHOOL BACKGROUND • Established in January 1999 • Started with 22 classes of pupils (P1 – P4) • Moved to present premises on 22 March 1999 • Currently, has an enrolment of 1968 pupils • 58 classes (P1 – P6)
    6. 6. Evergreen Strategic Thrusts • WE CARE – Staff and pupil well- being • Connect with the Community • Achieving Academic Excellence • Reach Greater Heights • Excel as a Learning Organisation
    7. 7. Our Partners Parent Teacher Association AWWA EN Community Services Self-help Groups and Cluster Schools School Advisory Committee Society for Physically Disabled Food From The Heart
    8. 8. School’s focus for 2011 • Teaching and Learning • National Education
    9. 9. Character Building • CCA • House System • Inter Class Games • Inter School Tournaments (SYF, Zonal Championship, National Championship) • Community Involvement Programme
    10. 10. Student Outcomes • Confident Individual • Self-Directed Learner • Concerned Citizen • Active Contributor
    11. 11. What is SEED? (Strategies for Engaged and Effective Development) • SEED is a school-based initiative • Provision of support and resources to rethink and restructure teaching, learning and assessment practices.
    12. 12. What are the desired outcomes of SEED? • Enhance pupils’ total learning experience • Ignites the passion for inquiry in pupils • Develop their love and skills for life- long learning
    13. 13. How are pupils assessed in the SEED classroom? A variety of assessment modes used to •Measure holistic development •Provide more opportunities to experience success
    14. 14. Modes of Assessment •Portfolio Assessment •Semestral Assessment 2 •Topical Tests •Practical Tests •Show and Tell
    15. 15. Strategies for English Language Learning And Reading STELLAR
    16. 16. STELLAR Curriculum (Lower Primary) The STELLAR curriculum is very comprehensive. • Integrates all language skills • Skills are enhanced through daily practice • Key language items are explicitly taught to children
    17. 17. • Home support – help your child learn English by providing English language reading materials at home. • Activate child’s interest – show your child that you believe learning English is both enjoyable and useful in your daily life. STELLAR needs Parents’ Support
    18. 18. • Role models – read and write notes and messages in front of your child. • Understanding – English language learning requires frequent exposure to listening, speaking, reading and writing opportunities and activities rather than use of worksheets alone. STELLAR needs Parents’ Support
    19. 19. How you can help your child • Go to the library together • Have lots of books, magazines and newspapers in your home • Give your child books about their special interests
    20. 20. To find out more about STELLAR Website: http://www.stellarliteracy.sg/
    21. 21. Activities for 2011 Primary 1 Young Mathematician Badge (YMB) Math Trail Math Practical Learning Support for Mathematics TLLM Ignite for English FTGP SMASH Academic Programmes
    22. 22. Co-Curricular Activities  All P2 – P6 pupils are required to have at least one CCA Pupils are expected to stay with a CCA till he/she graduates from Evergreen Primary
    23. 23. Performing Arts • Angklung Kulintang • Choir • Chinese Dance • Chinese Orchestra • English Drama Club • Indian Dance • Malay Dance
    24. 24. Sports • Badminton • Basketball • Bowling • Netball (Girls) • Sepak Takraw • Table Tennis • Wushu
    25. 25. Clubs & Societies • Art Club • Library Club • Infocomm Club • Weiqi Club
    26. 26. Uniformed Groups •Scouts
    27. 27. Sports andSports and GamesGames SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENT CCA (Reach Greater Heights) Sports and Games Competition Year Position Netball National 2010 Junior Girls North Zone Champions National – 3rd Senior Girls North Zone Champions National – Top 8 Sepak Takraw National 2010 Junior Boys North Zone Champions National – Top 8 Senior Boys North Zone Champions
    28. 28. AestheticAesthetic ss SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENT CCA Performing Arts Group Competition Year Award/Position Chinese Orchestra SYF Central Judging 2010 Gold with Honours Chinese Dance SYF Central Judging 2010 Gold with Honours Malay Dance SYF Central Judging 2010 Silver Indian Dance SYF Central Judging 2010 Silver Angklung Kulintang SYF Central Judging 2010 Gold Harmonica SYF Central Judging 2010 Bronze Choir SYF Central Judging 2010 Silver
    30. 30. Parent-School Partnership • Support from parents. • Work closely with the teachers for the benefit of the pupils. • Ensure all homework are done punctually and attend all remedial or enrichment lessons. • Parent Volunteers.
    31. 31. Important Information School Rules Procedures General Expectation
    32. 32. School Rules Evergreen pupils are: • Neat and tidy at all times • In school uniform for all activities • Punctual for all school activities • Courteous and honest
    33. 33. School Rules Evergreen pupils: • Keep the school clean • Seek permission before leaving the school premises during school hours • Do not wear jewellery to school
    34. 34. General Procedures • Waiting Area & Pick Up Points for Parents: - Front Gate and Back Gate Pick Up Points when it rains - Canteen ( for Back Gate only) - Classrooms ( for Front Gate only) - Bus Bay pupils will be escorted to the buses
    35. 35. General Procedures • Reporting: General Office - Visitor Pass required - For security reasons, parents are requested not to proceed to the classrooms. - If there is a need to see your child, he or she will be brought to you. - Kindly make an appointment should you need to see or speak with your child’s teachers so as to avoid disappointments. - Important to keep the school updated of any change in home addresses especially telephone numbers
    36. 36. General Procedures Unwell pupils: • Unwell pupils will be sent to the sick bay in the General Office and parents will be notified via telephone. • Parents will need to pick their unwell child from the General Office. • Unwell pupils will not be allowed to go home on their own.
    37. 37. Operational Procedures • Assembly • Recess • Dismissal
    38. 38. Important Information School Hours & Recess
    39. 39. PM Assembly • Reporting Time: 12.10p.m. (Mon, Tues,Thurs and Fri) • Wed: 12.45p.m. • Assembly Area: Hall - Silent Reading Time: 12.15p.m. – 12.30p.m - Wed Silent Reading Time: 12.45p.m.-1pm - SMASH prog from 12.30p.m. – 1p.m, except for Wed when it will commence at 1.00p.m. - Pledge Taking
    40. 40. PM RECESS • 1st 3 days of school only (4 Jan – 6 Jan) • 2.00 – 2.30pm (1 Ca,Ch, Fa &Gr) • 2.30 – 3.00pm (1 Ho, Jo,Lo & Me) P1 Recess: 2.30p.m.-3.00p.m. P2 Recess: 3.00p.m.-3.30p.m.
    41. 41. Recess • Half an hour recess • Assemble at canteen * Every Wed is Tutti-Frutti day. Please encourage your child to bring a fruit or buy fruits for consumption.
    42. 42. Recess Routine • Pupils will be trained on the following: - Washing of hands - Queuing for food - Clearing of litter or food left-overs on the table - Returning of plates and utensils to the containers near the basin. - Assembling quietly and quickly in canteen after recess.
    43. 43. Rules to follow during Recess • Eating and drinking are only allowed in the canteen area. • Keep the school canteen clean - Canteen tables, canteen area, parade square, school field • Toilets must be kept clean - Parents are requested to ‘toilet train’ your child
    44. 44. PM Recess • Parents are allowed to come into the school during recess for the first 3 days. • Buddy system for the first 3 days. P1 pupils will be assisted by P5 pupils
    45. 45. Having Lunch in school? • Parents are requested not to be present in school. Train your child to be independent as early as possible. • Do allow your child to learn from his/her mistakes.
    46. 46. PM Dismissal • 6.00p.m. • Assemble for Flag lowering at the Parade Square • Singing of National Anthem • Class lined up according to -Front Gate -Back Gate • Please be punctual in picking up your child to avoid unnecessary anxiety for your child.
    47. 47. Expectations Attire and Appearances
    48. 48. PE Attire BOYS • PE Shorts & • House T-Shirts
    49. 49. PE Attire GIRLS House T-Shirts, Shorts, and Skirt
    50. 50. Shoes • Plain White • Canvas ( if possible )
    52. 52. Socks • Plain white
    53. 53. Girls • Dark green / black • Hair band • Clips • Ribbons
    54. 54. Jewellery •NO / minimal •Only ear studs
    55. 55. Fees • Parents are encouraged to apply for GIRO for payment of miscellaneous fees • Singaporean pupils are able to make use of their Edusave Funds for part of the miscellaneous fees
    56. 56. Fees • $10.50 per month (Only applicable to S’pore citizens) • 1st tier: $5.50 • 2nd tier: $5
    57. 57. One Year • 4 Terms (4 Jan) • 10 weeks each • Term 1 • Term 2 • Term 3 • Term 4
    58. 58. Traffic Arrangements NO Bicycles into the school please! You may drop of at designated areas (outside school) Please use the Traffic light when crossing!
    59. 59. FIRST DAY of School • All P1 pupils are to assemble in the hall at 12.10p.m. • All parents are to proceed to the AVA room for a dialogue session with the Principal at 12.30p.m. • Please refer to the handout on what to bring for the first day of school.
    60. 60. Orientation Programme (1st Week of School) - Ice-Breaker Activities - Penmanship Activities - Reading for enjoyment - Class Rules - Tour of School
    61. 61. Dismissal Arrangements ( 4 Jan to 6 Jan ) • Pupils will be dismissed class by class from the Parade Square for the first 3 days of school only. • Parents are to indicate in the Pupil Particular Form the mode of dismissal. • Parents are to inform the Form Teacher of any changes so as avoid any confusion.
    62. 62. Dismissal Arrangements ( 4 Jan to 6 Jan ) • Pupils will be given stickers for easy identification of dismissal pattern. - Front Gate – Orange - Bus Bay – Blue - Back Gate - Green
    63. 63. Dismissal Arrangements ( 4 Jan to 6 Jan ) • 4th day onwards, parents are to pick up their child from either the front gate or back gate. • Parents are however allowed to come into the school in the event of wet weather. • Dismissal Time:6.00p.m.
    64. 64. Q & A
    65. 65. THANK YOU