- To provide opportunities to integrate listening, speaking, reading, viewing and writing into the language learning process
- To provide challenging and stimulating assignments and projects beyond the curriculum to enrich the learning experience of the English Language
- To infuse critical and creative thinking strategies through literature and oracy programme
- To identify and develop pupils’ talent in speaking & writing
READING – READING PERIOD ACTIVITIES AND LITERATURE PROGRAMME
- Reading Passport and Reading Rainbow (P1-P2)
- Reading Bingo (P3)
- Amazing Reading Race (P4)
- Book Bugs (in collaboration with NLB) (P5)
- Chicken Soup for the Kids' Soul
- Charlotte’s Web
- Sing to the Dawn
ORACY PROGRAMMEOur Oracy Programme aims to develop our students’ listening and speaking skills. Students are given varied platforms to give oral presentations to a range of audience. Some of the activities covered in this programme include Book Reviews, Readers’ Theatre, One-minute Oral Presentations and Productive Talk using Let's Talk cards.
To spark the joy of reading, students in Primary 1 and 2 dress up as their favourite character, create bookmarks and book jackets for Book Day. Word games and activities such as Bingo, Taboo and Charades are carried out in class to inject fun in the learning of English.
ENGLISH ORATORICAL CLUB
This Co-Curricular Activity aims to develop the confidence and persuasive skills in the oral communication skills of the verbally talented students. It also aims to develop research and critical thinking skills through the rigour of preparation involved in formal debating. Selected students are given training and opportunities to participate in competitions.
PERI HOLISTIC ASSESSMENT (HA)
- Focusing on the development of the whole child
- Striking a balance between AoL and AfL practices
- Guiding teachers in the design and delivery of their practices
- Using appropriate methods and modes of assessment