Ai Tong School

Ai Tong School

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  • About Ai Tong School

    Primary School
    Co-Ed School
    Government-Aided School
    Single Session
    Special Assistance Plan (SAP)

  • Mother Tongues


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  • School Vision

    A School of Dynamic Learners in a Culture of Care

  • School Mission

    To Nurture Students of Good Character Rooted in Chinese Culture

  • School Philosophy, Culture and Ethos

    Ai Tong School was founded on 12 October 1912 for children of poor Chinese immigrants. In 1929, the school received the patronage of Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan and has, since then, been one of its affiliated schools. Ai Tong School marked a significant milestone in 1989 when it was designated as a Special Assistance Plan (SAP) School. In 2012, Ai Tong School celebrated its 100th anniversary.

    The school believes that Ai Tong pupils should be exposed to a holistic education grounded in values within a SAP context. This culture is deep-seated, and is shaped by our heritage and history. Guided by this belief together with our school motto and value of 'Sincerity and Perseverance', the school is committed to nurture students of good character rooted in Chinese Culture. These values are unpacked for the students into the four Dynamic Learners with its associated observable qualities and social emotional competencies for the 21st century. The four Dynamic Learners are the Caring Contributor, the Responsible Learner, the Respectful Communicator and the Resilient Innovator.

What are the distinctive programmes?

  • Caring through ARTS

    Learning for Life Programme (LLP) / Music and performing arts

  • Character and Leadership Development through Outdoor Education Programme

    Learning for Life Programme (LLP) / Sports and outdoor education

What are the subjects?

Civics & Moral Education
Co-Curricular Activities
English Language
Foundation English
Foundation Mathematics
Physical Education
Social Studies
Health Education
Higher Chinese
Foundation Chinese
Foundation Science

What are the co-curricular activities (CCAs)?

Physical Sports

Artistic Gymnastics


Table Tennis

Track and Field



Uniformed Groups



Visual and Performing Arts

Art Club


Creative Design Club


Ensemble - Guzheng

Clubs and Societies

Robotics Club

What are the specialised facilities and resources?

  • Allied educators (Learning and behavioural support)