Pupils who are effectively bilingual and rooted in traditional cultures.
To enthuse pupils through engaging teaching pedagogies in learning Mother tongue, so that they develop an abiding interest in the language and culture.
|Ms Jessica Lai Mei San||黎美杉老师|
|Mr Dylan Soo Kiang Hong||苏建锋老师|
|Mr Lim Chain Koon||林剑琨老师|
|Mr Chin Jian Yuh||陈健玉老师|
|Ms Woon Mei Yiok||温美玉老师|
|Ms Teow Chiow Hua||张昭华老师|
|Mr Lau Kai Siong||刘开祥老师|
|Mr Chong Boon Hing||张文兴老师|
|Mdm He Jian||何剑老师|
|Mdm See Poh Bee||施宝美老师|
|Ms Lee Woen Shin||李文馨老师|
|Mr Pang Boon Seng||冯文昇老师|
|Mdm Pang Lee Yee||彭丽仪老师|
|Ms Er Kang Ning||余康宁老师|
|Ms Weng Ting Ting||翁婷婷老师|
|Mr Tan Yan Mong||陈燕谋老师|
MT Fortnight Activities
The objective to conduct the MT Fortnight(MTF) is to immerse students in an environment that encourages them to learn and use the Chinese Language as a "living language". We design suitable activities for each level of students according to their standard and MOE curriculum.
The MT Fortnight(MTF) is on Week 2 & 3 in Term 3. It aims to introduce students into the world of Chinese classics, deepening their understanding and appreciation of Chinese culture, and to interest them to read further, through a variety of activities, ranging from reading, playacting, craft and games.
This year, MTF of Chinese Department have story telling session and bean portrait workshop for P1, clay sculpture workshop and storytelling session for P2, storytelling session and Fan painting workshop for P3, Chinese culture camp, lantern making workshop and storytelling competition for P4. The P5 pupils will be having learning journey to tea chapter to experience the joys of life treasured by our ancestors through the tea art, P6 pupils will have kite making workshop and traditional games for all level during recess time.
Towards the end, our pupils will enhance their interest to learn Chinese Language and appreciate the culture and language.
a. Chinese Department Activities
|Anna Oh from 3F participated in 9th Mandarin Speaking Awards (MSA) organised by YMCA, Ministry of Education and Promote Mandarin Council. Despite facing stiff competition from other schools, she clinched second place in the competition in the Primary (Junior) category.|