CPS leadership programmes aim to develop every student’s leadership potential. We adopt the model of Servant Leadership, where students learn to lead themselves to serve others.
- Potential leaders will be provided with ample opportunities to lead in school-wide programmes, such as school camps, school events, etc.
- P3 – P6 Prefects will undergo Servant Leadership Programme where they will be taught leadership principles and trained in planning of student initiated school activity : Teachers’ Day. Click here for link.
- Incorporating school’s core values into co-curricular programmes.
- More platforms for students to display the school’s core values.
- Learning through overseas learning journeys.
- Recognition through School Based Awards.
- Awarding stduent leaders Certificate of Recognition for services rendered.
- Award pupils CCA and EAGLES Award to recognize their contributions to the school/community.
- Every student to be given a leadership position.
- Form Teachers in every class 1-1 Teacher- Student Conferencing Sessions with students through FTGP (Form Teacher’s Guidance Period).
- Form teacher to share with their students the school’s VMV (Vision, Mission & Values).
- By P6, all students have attended at least 1 overseas learning journey.
- Review of roles of prefects / CCA Leaders every semester.
- FTs to design class policy with students’ inputs
- FTs to brief class on the roles and responsibilities of the Class Committee.
- Use of Servant Leadership Module to train the student leaders.
- More leadership opportunities within the respective CCAs.
- Send Mass SMSes to inform school ad-hoc programmes to all parents
- Inform parents through SMS on student related issues such as attendance, punctuality and behaviour
- Organise more Family Matters related activities to equip parents on skills and competencies on students’ holistic development
Education & Career Guidance: The school supports students’ learning through Primary Education and beyond by providing students with Education and Career Guidance. Valuable lessons on personal strengths and education & career paths for the future help students to dream big and begin their path to a successful work life for the future. These lessons are carried out as P6 Post Exam Activities.
Sexuality Education (SEd) in schools is about enabling students to understand the physiological, social and emotional changes they experience as they mature, develop healthy and rewarding relationships including those with members of the opposite sex, and make wise, informed and responsible decisions on sexuality matters. SEd is premised on the importance of the family as the basic unit of society. This means encouraging healthy, heterosexual marriages and stable nuclear family units with extended family support. The teaching and learning of SEd is based on respect for the values and beliefs of the different ethnic and religious communities in Singapore on sexuality issues.
Link to MOE’s SEd brochures on 4 different languages.