Eunos Primary School
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- School Vision
Guided by values, every Eunosian a happy learner, a confident communicator and a critical thinker
- School Mission
Nurturing every child in a caring and vibrant environment to achieve his/her personal best and contribute actively to society
- School Philosophy, Culture and Ethos
Every staff in Eunos Primary is committed to the school philosophy "Every child can learn and achieve in a caring environment". This commitment is evident in our efforts to provide every student with opportunities to develop holistically. In the cognitive domain, the school has developed student-centred instructional strategies to engage students in active learning. English department uses SCORE in helping students to develop their writing skills while Mathematics department employs SOAR to strengthen students' problem solving skills. Science Department teaches students the thinking routines of R.H.I.N.O. (Read, Highlight, Identify Concept, Narrow your Choices, OAS) and CER to help students think critically about Science concepts and apply them to the contexts confidently. The school has also implemented Peer Support & Relationships and Social Skills programmes to build positive relationships among the students.
In the aesthetics domain, the school nurtures students' appreciation in the arts and connectedness to culture and community through the arts. Students' talents in the arts are also identified and developed. In the physical domain, the Healthy Eating Project educates our students on making healthier food choices and preparing nutritious meals. Students learn about healthy habits while engaging in unstructured play at Active Cove during recesses or after school. Eunos Olympiad allows staff, students and parents to bond through sports and games.
The school has enhanced several areas to leverage the environment as the third teacher. A Sensory Garden complements the learning of Science and Floor Games encourage students to strengthen their literacy and numeracy skills through play-based learning. Math Learning Space promotes Mathematics problem solving in interactive ways. Believing in the importance of a close School-Home partnership in supporting students' holistic development, SPICE @ Eunos was set up in 2011.
What are the distinctive programmes?
- Student Development in the Arts and through the Arts
Learning for Life Programme (LLP) / Music and performing arts
What are the subjects?
What are the co-curricular activities (CCAs)?
Visual and Performing Arts
Dance - Cultural
Clubs and Societies
New Media Club
Singapore Red Cross Society
What are the specialised facilities and resources?
- Allied educators (Learning and behavioural support)