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1 P 2 PARENT-TEACHER MEETING 30 January pm – 8.30pm

2  Introduction of Staff  Curriculum Matters  Assessment Matters  Other Matters – Expectations, School Rules, Communication Programme

3 Contact Information NameDesignation Miss Cheah Poh Mrs Anna LimVice-Principal Mdm Mas’linda Mas’od Year Head (Primary 1 – 3) Miss Chia Li LingP2 Assistant Year Head

4 ClassEnglishMathematics 2 CareMiss Vanessa Lin 2 DiligenceMr Hilmi Samsuddin Mdm Kwe Gek Choo 2 GraceMr Muhammad Zaid Arsad 2 HonestyMiss Samantha Sim 2 JoyMiss Chia Li Ling 2 KindnessMdm Sulastry Saiman Contact Information

5 P2 Chinese Language Teachers Mr Brandon Chow Yuen Jeng 邹老师 Mdm Phyllis Tan Yu Ping 陈老师 Mdm Chua Siew Beng 蔡老师 Mdm Christy Sia 谢老师

6 P2 Malay Language Teachers Mdm Aswati Shariff Mr Mohd Faizrin P2 Tamil Language Teacher Mdm S S Amutha

7 P2 CURRICULUM MATTERS

8 English Curriculum STELLAR: Strategies for English Language Learning and Reading A new English Language Curriculum for Primary Schools in Singapore

9 Children who  Love reading and  Have a strong foundation in the English Language The STELLAR Vision

10 What is a STELLAR lesson like? 1.Shared Reading Experiences 3. Language Use Activities in Learning Centres Children read storybook with the teacher and engage in oral discussions with teacher and peers. The teacher prepares mini lessons based on specific needs of children to prepare them for reading & writing activities; e.g. grammar, vocabulary, word recognition, decoding skills, spelling. The teacher models writing using children’s language. Children engage in writing together and in writing independently. 2.Shared Writing Experiences

11 Books  open up the world for children  help children think and wonder  increase children’s vocabulary and knowledge about the world around them  provide good examples for reading and writing Why Books?

12  More writing activities  Expand on Vocabulary  Comprehension skills P2 STELLAR

13  Role models – read and write notes and messages in front of your child.  Understanding – English language learning requires frequent exposure to listening, speaking, reading and writing opportunities and activities rather than use of worksheets alone. STELLAR Needs Parents’ Support

14 Mathematics Curriculum The new syllabus was introduced to P1 in Year-by-year Implementation of New Maths Syllabus P1P2P3 P5P6 (PSLE)

15  Focus more on developing skills and competencies to make pupils a better 21 st century learner.  Students engage in activities to explore and learn mathematical concepts and skills, individually or in groups.  They use manipulatives or other resources to construct meanings and understandings. From concrete manipulatives and experiences, students are guided to uncover abstract mathematical concepts or results.  Textbooks and Workbooks – My Pals are Here (3 rd Edition) New Maths Syllabus

16  Show interest in your child’s progress in Mathematics and be involved as a parent.  Relate Mathematics to real-life situations by engaging your child in meaningful and fun activities.  Teach concepts using things around us.  Compare numbers, get your child to tell you which is greater / smaller. How Parents Can Help

17  Encourage your child to learn spelling of number words eg. spell the numbers from zero to one thousand.  Ensure that your child memorises multiplication tables (esp 2, 3, 4, 5 & 10)  Practise, Practise & Practise. How Parents Can Help

18 MOTHER TONGUE (MT) PROGRAMME

19 MT Fortnight Objective:  To provide platforms for pupils to actively learn MTL and the associated culture so as to experience MTL as ‘living languages’.  MTL Fortnight: P1-P6 pupils

20 P2 ASSESSMENT MATTERS

21 TermTestWeighting Term 1Common Test 110% Term 2Common Test 220% Term 3Common Test 320% Term 4End-of-the-Year Test 50% Assessment Weighting

22 Important Dates (Term 1) Summative Assessment (10%) DateSubjectComponents (Please refer to Holistic Assessment for details) 2 nd MarchEnglishLanguage Test Visual Text Comprehension Sound Discrimination Grammar Discrete Vocabulary Discrete 3 rd MarchMathsUnits 1 – 5 Section A : MCQs Section B : Short-Answer Questions Section C : Long-Answer Questions Part-whole and comparison models 4 th MarchMother Tongue Language Test Grammar and Vocabulary used Comprehension

23 Important Dates (Term 2) Summative Assessment (20%) DateSubjectComponents (Please refer to Holistic Assessment for details) 11 th MayEnglishLanguage Test Picture Association Visual Text Comprehension Grammar Discrete – Prepositions, Subject-Verb- Agreement Word Order Vocabulary (Cross Word Puzzle) Comprehension – a variety of questions– MCQ & Matching

24 Important Dates (Term 2) Summative Assessment (20%) DateSubjectComponents (Please refer to Holistic Assessment for details) 12 th MayMathsUnits 1 – 9 Section A : MCQs Section B : Short-Answer Questions Section C : Long-Answer Questions Word problems on Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division and Length 13 th MayMother Tongue Listening Comprehension Language Test Grammar and Vocabulary used Comprehension

25 English TermItems tested 1Visual Text Comprehension Sound Discrimination Grammar Discrete Vocabulary Discrete 2Picture Association Visual Text Comprehension Grammar Discrete Word Order Vocabulary (Cross Word Puzzle) Comprehension (a variety of questions)

26 English TermItems tested 3Grammar Discrete Vocabulary Discrete Visual Text Comprehension Comprehension (a variety of questions) 4End-Of-Year Examination

27 P2 Mathematics Assessment SectionsTypes of Questions A Multiple Choice Questions B Short-Answer Questions C Long-Answer Questions

28 P2 MT Language Assessment ComponentWeighting (a) Oral (Reading passage, picture description, Q&A) 30 marks/30% (b) Listening Comprehension10 marks/10% (c) Paper 1 (Writing of short story [CL&ML] / Spelling [TL]) 10 marks/ 10% (d) Paper 2 (Usage of grammar & Comprehension skills) 50 marks/50% Total: 100 marks

29  Primary 2 pupils will only be using e-dictionaries (CL) for their daily learning, but they are not allowed to use it for year-end Paper 1 examination (short story writing). Dictionary/ E-dictionaries

30  Essential part of child’s learning  Volume of homework  Submission date  Monitoring at home  Date has to be written for all pieces of work  Homework written in Student Handbook Homework Policy

31  Attendance - Punctuality  Conduct-Related -Attire & Appearance -Handing homework on time  Others – please refer to Pupils’ Handbook School Rules & Discipline

32  Dismissal arrangement  Incidents within school  Arrangements on wet weather days  Use of traffic light crossing outside school Safety & Security

33 Packing of school bags bag / Timetable  Pupils are expected to pack their school bags according to the timetable.  Parents can help to check afterwards.  Not more than 3.5kg

34 Things to bring every day:  Water bottle  Pencil box (pencils, eraser, ruler, glue)  Coloured pencils  Student handbook  Math textbook  Mother Tongue textbook  Storybook (Mon-Wed = English; Thurs & Fri = MT)  HOMEWORK

35  Pupils’ Handbook - notes to Form teachers / Subject teachers  Phone calls – to leave message with the office staff.  Teacher to return call once he or she is able to.  Number to call:  Turnaround period – 2 to 3 days Communication

36 Absenteeism  If your child is sick, please call to inform the school. General Office ( ) or Staff Room ( )  MC or parent’s letter (valid reason) must be submitted the next day.  MC for common tests and EOY examination.

37 WE LOOK FORWARD TO WORKING TOGETHER WITH YOU!


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