To provide a safe and nurturing environment where students grow to be engaged learners, rooted in values and ready to serve.
1. Pastoral Care Programme
Students are taken through structural lessons and activities to equip them with necessary skills and knowledge including 21st century competencies for their personal and social growth. These programmes are:
- Form Teacher Guidance Period (FTGP)
- Educational Career Guidance (ECG)
- Traffic Games (Road Safety)
- Sexuality Education (SEd)
2. Support for student wellness
The social, emotional and learning needs of support programmes such as:-
- Counselling support (Individual/Group counselling)
- P1 – P6 Developmental Programme on focussed topics based on social emotional needs.
- Support for students with mild special needs
- Bursary and assistance provided to under-privileged students. (Financial Assistance Scheme, Food from the heart scheme, bursaries by South-West CDC etc)
- Intervention programme for At-Risk students
- STAMP (Sports Tuition and Mentoring Programme)
- Hands to Hold
- Responsibility, Respect and Resilience (R2R)
3. School – based Student Care Centre (SCC)
SCC’s provide care and support for students, especially those who can benefit from a structured and supportive environment through an after school care programme and particularly where both parents are working. The SCC for Shuqun Primary School is run by NASCANS.
4. Innovation and Enterprise (I&E) Initiatives
To develop innovative and enterprising students, the school has planned programmes to provide students a holistic education. The exposure of 21st century skills to our students will equip them better in the ever changing environment.
- A 6-year developmental I&E programme
|Primary 1||Financial Literacy Programme (Basic 1)|
|Primary 2||Financial Literacy Programme (Basic 2)|
|Primary 3||Introduction to mindmapping skills|
|Primary 4||Creating a stop animation video (ICT skill)|
|Primary 5||Public speaking programme|
|Primary 6|| • Basic project management skills
• BizKidz Fund-raising Carnival
- Developing empathy skills through reading literature
Empathy skills are incorporated in class instructions can have positive results in the classroom. Adopting ‘empathy map’ from Design Thinking process, students will discuss different children literature with their classmates and teachers to analyse the characters’ needs.
Students are encouraged to give suggestions to improve their school experience. This suggestion scheme uses the school’s Learning Management System to collate students’ suggestions. All suggestions will be evaluated with a rubric and a small reward will be given to students to recognise good suggestions. The school management team will also undertake the selected good suggestions by students and implement them in school.
5. Student Recognition
Exemplary student behaviour through demonstration of the school’s ICARE values is recognized through the following student recognition awards.
- Shuqunite STAR Awards (Bronze/Silver/Gold) for excellence in holistic areas.
- Edusave Character Award (ECHA) & EAGLES Awards
- Primary 6 Graduation Awards
- Shuqunite of the Year
- Arts Talent of the Year
- Sportsperson of the Year