Ahmad Ibrahim Primary School
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- School Vision
Leaders of Character, Learners for Life
- School Mission
TO build character, develop life-long learners and strive for excellence.
- School Philosophy, Culture and Ethos
The school is named after Mr Ahmad Ibrahim, Member of Parliament for Sembawang, who served as Minister for Health and then Minister for Labour in the early years of Singapore's nationhood. The school's heritage stands as a reminder of the courage, determination and pride of our leaders who dedicated their lives to the building of our nation.
Guided by our philosophy, "Every Child A Star" and belief, "Every Child can succeed", we endeavour to provide a holistic, student-centric and quality learning experiences for our students, through the heart and hard work of our staff and synergistic partnerships with our Parent Support Group (PSG), parents and community.
We are a caring, nurturing and supportive school community which is constantly seeking for innovation, spurring our students to be firm advocates of continuous learning and acquiring mind set for excellence to bring about quality learning outcomes. We aspire to instil in them the joy of learning. Joyful learning@ AIPS will motivate our students to be resilient and self-directed learners and active and responsible citizens who possess the passion for continuous learning and the drive to innovate. This resonates with our school motto: "Grow with Resilience".
What are the distinctive programmes?
- From Values to Action - Nurturing Community-Based Student Leaders
Learning for Life Programme (LLP) / Community service and student leadership
- Sustainability Education – Nurturing Students to be Stewards of Our Environment
Applied Learning Programme (ALP) / Science
What are the subjects?
What are the co-curricular activities (CCAs)?
Visual and Performing Arts
Art and Craft Club
Dance - Chinese
Dance - Indian
Dance - Malay
Ensemble - Angklung / Kulintang
Ensemble - Harmonica
What are the specialised facilities and resources?
- Allied educators (Learning and behavioural support)
- Physical impairment