Woodlands Primary School
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- School Vision
Gracious Woodlanders with the Zest to Excel
- School Mission
To develop in pupils, skills and knowledge and a desire for continuous learning in order to stay relevant for the future.
- School Philosophy, Culture and Ethos
Woodlands Primary School has a rich history, with its humble beginnings as a kampong school in Sugei Kadut in 1953 before being officially named as Woodlands Primary in 1976. With more than 40 years of history, the school has nurtured generations of successful Woodlanders in their respective fields, many of whom have returned back to serve as teachers, parent support group members, alumni and members of the School Advisory Committee.
The school believes strongly in providing pupils with a holistic education and through that, helping them to discover and develop their individual interests, talents and strengths. We have many engaging programmes in place to achieve this, and our staff is committed to providing a student-centric, values driven education for our pupils.
Our very strong culture of care have enabled us to build a closely-knit community with our stakeholders. We believe in building quality relationships so that we can work together to value add to our pupils' learning and development. Our key partners and active Parent Support Group are instrumental in providing valuable authentic experiences and positive role modelling for our pupils to learn through Values in Action.
Our pupils' zest to excel has helped the school to build a reputation of excellence in the area of sports, performing arts and visual arts. These are key avenues through which the school provides a holistic education for our pupils, and the character traits and attitudes developed from these avenues have served our pupils well in both academic and non-academic aspects of their education journey.
The school vision of pupils becoming "Gracious Woodlanders with the Zest to Excel" shows our commitment to nurture pupils who are ready for the future. As we help pupils to develop 21st century skills, we also continue to stress our core values - respect, resilience, passion, adaptability, collaboration and innovation, which will guide our pupils as they grow to make a difference in society.
What are the distinctive programmes?
- Joy of Learning Languages (JOL2@WOODS)
Applied Learning Programme (ALP) / Languages
- Sports Performance And Character Education (SPACE)
Learning for Life Programme (LLP) / Sports and outdoor education
What are the subjects?
What are the co-curricular activities (CCAs)?
Visual and Performing Arts
Art and Craft Club
Dance - Chinese
Dance - Indian
Dance - Malay
Ensemble - Handbell / Handchime
Clubs and Societies
Chinese Cultural Society
What are the specialised facilities and resources?
- Allied educators (Learning and behavioural support)