Junyuan Primary School
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- School Vision
Future-Ready Learners, Leaders of Character
- School Mission
Nurturing Every Child in a Vibrant and Caring Environment where Talents Blossom
- School Philosophy, Culture and Ethos
In 2019, East View Primary School merged with Junyuan Primary School. The merged school is known as Junyuan Primary School and operates from it's current site.
East View Primary School has a rich history of 31 years since its establishment in January 1987, being one of the earliest primary schools set up in the Tampines Town. Since its inception in 1987, the school has sowed the seeds of hearts and minds that brought forth multiple reaping of harvests for its pupils.
Junyuan Primary School adopted its name from Choon Guan Primary School that was renamed Junyuan Primary School in June 1986 and closed in December 1986. The name Junyuan Primary School was subsequently revived and opened in the current site at 2 Tampines Street 91 in January 1988. Thirty years later, JYPS has established itself as one of the choice schools in Tampines.
The merged school encompasses the efforts, strengths and best practices of both merging schools and a rich culture and combined history of 61 years. A strong foundation has been set for this transition - the camaraderie and friendships that the pupils and staff have forged during the combined activities and events in 2018 will take us forward. As JYPS grows larger in strength, we seize the opportunities the merged school now enjoys and aim to take the school forward to greater heights.
With the merger, programmes from both schools are integrated to strengthen the holistic experience for our pupils. The Applied Learning Programme, Developing Confident Communicators - Student DJ, continues to flourish in the different language departments. Our pupils will also take the stage in learning to produce digital music through the Learning for Life Programme, Digital Music Lessons. Through these two programmes, pupils will learn skills to prepare them for the future while developing values - Excellence, Respect, Resilience, Responsibility, Care & Compassion and Harmony - that will anchor them in decision-making.
What are the distinctive programmes?
- Developing Every Pupil into a Confident Communicator
Applied Learning Programme (ALP) / Languages
- Mind, Body and Soul
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 - Chinese
Dance - International
Dance - Malay
Visual Arts Club
Clubs and Societies
Infocom Media Inc
Music Interest Club
What are the specialised facilities and resources?
- Allied educators (Learning and behavioural support)