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Student Management

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Head Of Department

Mrs Toh Gek Huay

Level Head

Mdm Siti Khamsiah (Internal)

Student Management

In Princess Elizabeth Primary, we believe in nurturing the whole child by guiding and helping the students develop their moral, aesthetic, physical, intellectual, emotional and social domains to the fullest so that they would become a lifelong engaged learner, a Caring Citizen and a Steadfast Leader.  The Student Management Department collaborates with other departments in the school to ensure a whole-school approach to the Character Development so that students are provided a holistic experience in their Character Development.

Through the integrative programme, the school hope to develop our students into concerned and active students who would “Do the Right Thing” (Moral Character) and “To Each His Best” (Performance Character).  As a result, the students would become discipline persons who would have discipline thought and discipline actions.

The school also adopted the ASPIRE (Ambition, Self-Discipline, Perseverance, Integrity, Respect and Empathy) values as the school values and they provide the internal compass for everyone to work and interact with one another.

Our Curriculum Goal

Every Child an Engaged Learner, a Caring Citizen and a Steadfast Leader

Key Programmes

1. ASPIRE SESSIONS with School Leaders

ASPIRE Sessions are held at least three times a year, a session which promote quality relationship between school           leaders and students.  In these sessions, school leaders share and interact with student at the different levels to        promote the school culture of discipline in alignment to the school ASPIRE values.


2. Form Teacher Guidance Period (FTGP)

FTGP is conducted fortnightly every Thursday for 2 periods to equip students with the 5 Social-Emotional Competencies (SE Competencies). The 5 SE Competencies are Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, Relationship Management and Responsibility Decision Making.  Students are engaged in class interaction activities and lessons to build relationships with their classmates, form teachers and co-form teachers.

3.  Strategies to Ensure More Attention To Individual Pupil (SEAIP)

Form teachers and co-form teachers have face-to-face interaction with students on a one-to-one basis every Tuesday and Thursday before the morning assembly to promote Teacher Student Relationship (TSR).  During the session, the form teachers and the co-form teachers have one-to-one interaction to build quality teacher-student relationship through in-depth knowledge of every student.  Through SEAIP, teachers are also able to identify students’ needs and nurture their character traits, dispositions and attitudes.

4. ASPIRE Moments

Aspire Moments are held on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, a pre-assembly programme, to create awareness in students on being disciplined person, in and out of school.  In these sessions, both the teachers and students leaders share with the school on moments that are tied in with the school ASPIRE values. They also share on the observable behaviours that the students are expected to exhibit for the respective value of the month. Through the ASPIRE moments, the 5 SE Competencies are further enhanced.

Other Programmes:

    1.    Education and Career Guidance
    2.    Sexuality Education
    3.    Counselling
    4.    Special Educational and Behavioural Need
    5.    Financial Assistant
    6.    Life skill
    7.    Safety

    8.    Learning Journeys 

Discipline

In Princess Elizabeth Primary, a value-based restorative approach is used to help our students understand the rationale behind the school rules. The students are constantly reminded that the school wants to live the ASPIRE values, build quality relationship with their fellow school mates, also look after their own well-being. The school rules serve as guideline to help them on the right track.

In Princess Elizabeth Primary, if students have erred, the teachers would bring them through a restorative practice session when parties involved are encouraged to discuss about the problems and how they could come together to solve the issue/s. This process of getting them to work with others is a good way to help the students understand that it is important to see from people’s point of view when it comes to solving the issues. Besides using the restorative practice approach, we also want to help the students to go through the responsible thinking process where we get them to weigh their options before coming to a decision. After which the student(s) will do a self-reflection by which teachers and parents/guardian work hand in hand to support the child.

ASPIRE Sessions with School Leaders

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ASPIRE Moment

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SEAIP with Individual Student

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