Presentation on theme: "P4 Meet The Parents Briefing 2015 Welcome to Ahmad Ibrahim Primary School."— Presentation transcript:
P4 Meet The Parents Briefing 2015 Welcome to Ahmad Ibrahim Primary School
Mrs Han Lee Kwang Vice-Principal Mdm Thong Hoi Non Principal Ms Teo Xiwen HOD MTL Mr Kamala Durai SH Pastoral Care Mdm Seah Chin Yi SH Aesthetics Ms Goh Seok Luan HOD Science Mdm See Soo Peng HOD CCE Ms Suriyanti bte Said SH ML/NE Mr Steven Lim LH Science (Int) Mr Eric Wu LH Math Ms Inderjeet Kaur LH EL Mdm Diana Foo SH ICT / MRL Ms Fanny Cheong SH PAL / Student Leadership Mr Hatta HOD/ICT Our Management Team Ms Elsie Kwan HOD PE / CCA Mdm Yang Tzy Shing Year Head Mdm Sharon SSD Mr Eric Lim (AM) Mr Nada (OM)
DESIRED AIPS STUDENT OUTCOMES Respectful, Resilient and Responsible leader Self-Directed learner Concerned and Active Citizen DESIRED AIPS STUDENT OUTCOMES Respectful, Resilient and Responsible leader Self-Directed learner Concerned and Active Citizen
LEADERS OF CHARACTER LEARNERS FOR LIFE School Vision
A caring school that provides quality learning experiences for every child to develop good character, pursue academic excellence and acquire life skills for the future. School Mission
C ontinuous Learning E xcellence I ntegrity R espect I nnovation G ratitude School Values
School Directions S CHOOL CULTURE Enhance overall tone and culture 2.T EACHING AND L EARNING Levelling up our teaching and learning capabilities 3.Q UALITY EXPERIENCE OF STUDENTS Character and Citizenship Education inculcating values and building competencies
Nurturing our Young for the Future Self-directed Learner Confident Person Active Contributor Concerned Citizen
Subject-Based Banding (SBB)
Students who did not perform well in Primary 4 Examinations - Streamed into EM3 classes in Primary 5 and 6 - Took all subjects at the foundation level - Might take Mother Tongue (MT) at the standard level if they were strong in MT Previous System (before 2008)
Subject-Based Banding (SBB) To recognise the different abilities of students - Provide more flexibility in subject combinations for students with strengths and abilities that vary across subjects Removal of Merged and EM3 streams in Primary 5 and 6 Why introduce Subject-Based Banding?
Subject-Based Banding (SBB) Greater flexibility in subject combinations Your child has the choice to take a combination of standard and foundation subjects, depending on his strengths What Subject-Based Banding means to your child
Subject-Based Banding (SBB) Providing our weaker pupils a differentiated curriculum that would best maximise their potential. These pupils may have particular strengths, and we should develop them as much as possible by offering them specific subjects at a higher (standard) level of study. Rationale and Intent
Subject-Based Banding (SBB) Foundation subjects put focus on mastery of core content and skills. These are pitched at a lower level as compared to the corresponding standard subject. Standard vs. Foundation Subject
Subject-Based Banding (SBB) What are the choices available?
Subject-Based Banding (SBB) School recommends a subject combination based on students’ school-based exam results. Parents fill up an option form to indicate preferred combination. At P4 to P5 At P5 to P6 Students take subject combination chosen by the school.
School life Is a marathon
Work with and support the teachers Don’t undermine the teachers in school Work Closely & Constructively with the School
Teachers also need affirmation and encouragement - Send appreciation s - Thank you note - Share with them positive things they have done Work Closely & Constructively with the School
It is always about the pupils! Our Philosophy : It takes a whole village to raise a child Our Appeal: If there are lapses, please show understanding. Provide feedback and give us your inputs, we will respond Our Appeal
Tel: Fax: Pupil Handbook Form Teacher, Dept Head Assistant Year Head – Mdm Hidaya Year Head – Ms Eliza Goh Communication
Prepare our children for the Test of Life And not A life of Tests