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2018 P4 CL Cultural Camp

Every year, the Primary 4 students taking Chinese Language participate in a half-day cultural camp to immerse themselves in an environment using the Chinese Language and learning about the Chinese Culture. This year, our P4 students enjoyed themselves thoroughly as they were involved in interesting and unique activities - Wushu (武术),  Blowing Painting (吹画) and Fragrant Pouch Making (香囊制作).

P4 students doing Wushu at Culture Camp P4 students doing Wushu at Culture Camp
Wushu Activity:
Our students put the different strokes to practice! Some of them grasp the various poses really well!

Student focusing on blowing the blot of paint to create a beautiful plum blossom tree. Students showcasing their plum blossom art piece created through blowing paint.
Blowing Painting Activity:
From a blot of paint, our students used their creativity to produce a unique and beautiful tree filled with plum blossoms~ They used a short straw and blew carefully in the direction the tree branches were to spread out to.
Students showcasing their plum blossom art piece created through blowing paint.

2018 Chinese Cultural Exposure Scheme (CPES)

The Cultural Performance Exposure Scheme (CPES) endeavour by the Ministry of Education, is aimed at enhancing our students’ understanding and knowledge of the Chinese Language and the Chinese Culture beyond the school. In support of this initiative, our Chinese Language Department organised a learning journey for our P4 Chinese Language students and selected P5 Chinese Language students to watch a Chinese drama performance ‘Bao Xiao Long Zhua Zei Ji’ (包小龙抓贼记) by the Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan Arts and Cultural Troupe on 22 March 2018, Thursday (Term 2, Week 1).  It was a fun and exciting activity for the students as few of them have the experience of watching a drama at the theatre.

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Chinese words were flashed on the screen as it was being said during the drama skit. Our students learnt many new good phrases!

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The actors from the drama sprung into life by coming to the audience area and asking them about their opinions on the identity of the thief in the show!
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Key Programmes in 2018

Look forward to these exciting and interesting activities happening throughout the year~

  • Chinese New Year Celebration
  • Chinese Language Fortnight Activities
  • 2018 Shanghai Immersion Trip
  • New Online Reading Platform (JoyReader)
  • Chinese Language Workshops for P3 to P5
  • Cultural Performance Education Scheme (Watching cultural performance in a theatre setting)
  • Chinese Language Cultural Camp for P4 Chinese Language Students
  • In-house Digital Learning Trail

Please scroll down the page to look at what our pupils experienced last 2 years too!

Digital Book Trail《名著故事之旅》


The Chinese Language department created a Chinese Language Book Trail based on 3 great Chinese Masterpieces. Teachers shared with students on few segments of the stories in Pilgrimage to the West; Journey to the West, The Romance of the Three Kingdoms and Heroes of the Marshes; Water Margins respectively. Students then went on a book trail to learn more about the characters and content of the book.


Four Learning Stations for the Book Trail

Students scanning QR code to select the correct character

学生都忙着学习, 理解故事内容以及回答问题。
Students are enjoying their learning and busy answering the questions!

Values Express Programme (LEGO Express)

Students also make use of the Values Express Programme to express their thoughts on different values and how they can better show these values.

Term 1

Lim Wan Xuan (3 Progressive)

Helping friends when they are falling down.
Oscar Ng Yang Han (5 Respect)

Oscar as a monitor displaying the value of responsibility.
Before the teacher comes, he took care of the class discipline.

Term 2

Tin Full (2 Care)

I do not look at other people answers.
Ng Hong Xun (5 Care)

The people are paying respect to
Mr. Lee Kuan Yew during his funeral.

Term 3

Hue Jia De (1 Respect)

The person in Red cap used to bully other people, but now he improves and becomes very helpful to others.

Niau Mee Jie (5 Respect)

A group of people from different ethnicity groups are living in harmony. They co-operate to build a car model together.

Cultural Performance Education Programme

The Cultural Performance Education Programme is a platform where our students get to watch cultural performances outside of school to learn more about Chinese Language and its culture.

Students’ seated and ready to watch the cultural performance. Students moving together with the cast.

Chinese Language Fortnight 2016

The theme and focus for this year’s Chinese Language Fortnight is “Filial Piety”. Our students were given the chance to get in touch with the most valued value in the Chinese Culture. Students were able to learn more about the meaning of filial and how to be filial towards their parents through the different booth activities during their recesses. Primary 3 to Primary 5 Chinese Language students also attended workshops to learn more about composition writing and oracy.

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P3 & P4 Chinese Language students learning about Chinese Composition Writing.

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Students enjoying themselves at the various booth activities during recess.

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Students posing at the photo booth.

Primary 5 Workshop by Chinese Language Master Teacher

Master teacher Ms Shen was invited to conduct a workshop for our Primary 5 students. The workshop focused on the new 2017 PSLE format oral component. Chinese Language Master teacher will be sharing methods and steps on how to do well for oral and how to make students’ thinking visible.