Haig Girls' School
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- School Vision
Leaders of Character, Striving for Excellence in a Vibrant School
- School Mission
To nurture self-directed learners and critical and creative thinkers who lead and serve with integrity and compassion.
- School Philosophy, Culture and Ethos
Established in 1951, Haig Girls' School (HGS) is an all-girls' government primary school. Our school has a heritage of excellent all-round education. Nurturing character, leadership and creativity is the hallmark of an education at HGS that has endured over the decades. We believe in nurturing the whole child and preparing our pupils for life through a distinctive learning experience that is values-based, engaging, rigorous and innovative.
Our shared values are encapsulated in our I4Cs: Integrity, Commitment, Concern, Cooperation, and Creativity. Guided by our school motto 'Ars Potens Est' ('Knowledge is Power'), we strive to nurture every Haig girl to use her knowledge, skills and talents in service to the school, community and nation. We believe that our pupils are never too young to make a difference and give them a voice through advocacy, service, creative expression and innovation.
HGS is a second home to our pupils - a safe, nurturing environment for them to be themselves and to grow and learn. We believe in the uniqueness and worth of every child - each child is different, special and talented in her own way and we seek to bring out the best in her. We love, value and accept each child for who she is regardless of her results or achievements, but we hold her to high expectations. In HGS, we would like each child to take responsibility for her learning and develop an intrinsic motivation to learn, grow and excel. We believe in a growth mindset -- with effort, perseverance and resilience, every child can think, learn, achieve and excel.
What are the distinctive programmes?
- Character and Leadership through the Performing and Visual Arts
Learning for Life Programme (LLP) / Music and performing arts
- Innovation and Service Learning through Integrated Project Work (IPW@HGS)
Applied Learning Programme (ALP) / Interdisciplinary
What are the subjects?
What are the co-curricular activities (CCAs)?
Singapore Red Cross Society
Visual and Performing Arts
Art and Craft Club
Dance - Chinese
Dance - Indian
Dance - International
Drama - English
Ensemble - Gamelan
Ensemble - Handbell / Handchime
Clubs and Societies
What are the specialised facilities and resources?
- Allied educators (Learning and behavioural support)