Pei Chun Public School
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- School Vision
Passionate and Cultured LearnersProactive and Caring Leaders
- School Mission
Provide a holistic education to nurture responsible citizens and enhance bilingualism to maximize potential
- School Philosophy, Culture and Ethos
A school started by the community for the community
Established in 1933, Pei Chun Public School was started by a group of Hainanese who wanted to provide an education for the children of the Chinese working class. As the only school in Singapore bearing the word "public", the school name clearly signifies the intent of our founders - a school started by the community for the community. The school became a government-aided school in 1956. In recognition of its consistent records of good PSLE results and a learning environment rich in Chinese language and culture, Pei Chun was accorded the Special Assistance Plan (SAP) status in 1990.
Putting pupils at the heart of all our education processes
The school vision and mission reflect what we firmly believe to be the fundamental outcomes for our pupils at this key stage of their education. These outcomes encompass all the domains that make up the total person - cognitive, physical, aesthetics, social and moral, leadership and morale. Above all else, the underpinning tenet is that the development of our pupils is at the heart of all our education processes.
Rich SAP Culture with strong emphasis on Character Building
An established school with rich SAP culture, the school continues to appeal to parents who value a strong bilingual and bicultural learning environment with strong emphasis on character building. Guided by our school values of courtesy, justice, honesty and honour, Pei Chun strives to nurture our pupils to be bilingual and responsible citizens, with a desire to contribute beyond themselves to their family, society and country.
In charting the growth of Pei Chun in the next chapter, the school is committed to providing a quality bilingual education for our pupils, living up to its name and our founders' vision of providing a quality education for the community.
What are the distinctive programmes?
- Bilingual Media Studies (BMS) Programme
Applied Learning Programme (ALP) / Languages
- Pei Chun Leaders Programme (PCLP)
Learning for Life Programme (LLP) / Community involvement and student leadership
What are the subjects?
What are the co-curricular activities (CCAs)?
Wushu and Lion Dance
Visual and Performing Arts
Art and Craft Club
Chinese Calligraphy and Brush Painting
Dance - Chinese
Orchestra - Chinese
Clubs and Societies
Science and Gardening Club
What are the specialised facilities and resources?
- Allied educators (Learning and behavioural support)