English Activities & Programmes
Learning journeys are conducted each year to extend and enrich our pupils’ educational experience. For our Primary 1 and 2 pupils, the learning journeys are opportunities to make real and concrete what has been learnt in school. The visit to the Singapore Science Centre is made more meaningful and relevant for our pupils as they take on a multi-disciplinary approach. For the Primary 1 and 2 pupils, Art, Music, English, Mathematics and Science are incorporated in their journey to the Singapore Science Centre. By viewing exhibits which are on display in the Science Centre, the pupils will be able to learn through various modes (kinaesthetic and tactile). These visits are indeed an integral part of the formal curriculum, enhancing the total learning experience of the pupils.
MUSICAL LEARNING JOURNEY 2017 (P2) – TERM 1
On 21 February 2017, our Primary 2 had the opportunity to embark on a fun and enriching learning journey to watch a musical, ‘The Ant and The Grasshopper’ at the SOTA Drama Theatre.
The highly interactive musical allowed its audience to sing and dance along during the performance, which raised the enthusiasm in our highly participative pupils. Through the live musical, our pupils also got to learn more about audience etiquette, values and morals reflected by the characters and how the various musical aspects such as tempo and mood of music ties in with the sequence of events in a story.
It was an enjoyable and memorable experience for our pupils that day as they were truly in awe after watching an outstanding cast put up such a marvellous play.
All of us waiting in anticipation for the start of the play in the theatre.
Photography session with our favourite characters after the musical.
Engaging in meaningful post-activities after the play.
P2 Learning Journey to the Singapore Science Centre
In conjunction with the STELLAR book, ‘World of Tools’, the pupils learnt about tools in a fun and interactive manner. They learnt how tools work and how they help us in our daily life. Some of the tools mentioned were a screwdriver and screws, a hammer and nails, nuts and bolts, a wrench and a saw. During the lesson, the pupils were given a chance to make and bring home their own craft activity of a simple machine.
After the lesson, the pupils went on to explore two stations at Hall B. These activities involved a collaboration between the English Language and the Mathematics Departments. The pupils went to the Climate Change section where they learnt about the tools used in a weather forecast. This activity ties in appropriately with the STELLAR book, ‘What Will The Weather Be Like Today’. The pupils learnt about rain gauge, anemometer and sunshine recorder. They were also exposed to the different weather conditions that affect Singapore such as Monsoon Surge, Squalls, Haze and Convention Thunderstorm.
At the Number Line Tightrope found in the Math Exhibition Hall, the pupils did an activity based on the topic of Picture Graph as well as Addition and Subtraction.
The pupils enjoyed their day at the SSC tremendously. There was never a dull moment. It was a day well spent and they wished to have more of it.
MUSICAL LEARNING JOURNEY 2017 (P2) – TERM
21 February 2017, our Primary 2 had the opportunity to embark on a fun and
enriching learning journey to watch a musical, ‘The Ant and The Grasshopper’ at
the SOTA Drama Theatre. The
highly interactive musical allowed its audience to sing and dance along during
the performance, which raised the enthusiasm in our highly participative
pupils. Through the live musical, our pupils also got to learn more about
audience etiquette, values and morals reflected by the characters and how the
various musical aspects such as tempo and mood of music ties in with the
sequence of events in a story.
It was an enjoyable
and memorable experience for our pupils that day as they were truly in awe after
watching an outstanding cast put up such a marvellous play.
|The pupils anticipating the start of the musical performance|
The main characters of the musical we enjoyed!
Using iPads to complete the assigned activities!
“Biar putih tulang, jangan putih mata” – Death before dishonor!
Smile for the camera!images
Working in groups to find the answers.
If we were one of the Malay Regiments soldiers…
Our school takes part in the RHB-Straits Times Spelling Competition every year. On 26 March 2016, 20 outstanding students who had emerged from our inter-class spelling contest represented Fuchun Primary School in the biggest Big Spell Round of the National Spelling Championship jointly hosted by RHB and The Straits Times. Our students thoroughly enjoyed themselves as they competed with over 1,800 students from various schools in Singapore. They also displayed great resilience as they sat through an hour-long written test without relying on spell checks. It was truly a memorable and invaluable experience!
Excitedly waiting for the event to
Our 20 outstanding spellers from Fuchun Primary School together with the competition mascot
NLB KidsRead Programme
The NLB KidsRead Programme is a collaborative effort between the National Library Board (NLB) and our school. This fun and exciting programme allows pupils to be exposed to different children’s books each week. Every Monday, a parent volunteer or a teacher will first read aloud some selected books with the pupils. After which, the pupils will engage in some activities related to the book. These activities include art and craft and speech and drama.
Every week, one pupil will be chosen to be the group leader and don the group leader hat.
Art and Craft activities!
A parent volunteer reading to the
Students playing Charades!
P5 and P6 Buddy Reading programme
Speech & Drama Programme 2017
|Warm-ups before the Spontaneous Round!|
|Posing with their props!||Parents also came to cheer and support the team!|
|Aren’t you worried that the Big Bad Wolf would eat you?||Do you have a solution for us?|
|We shall stop you, Big Bad Wolf!||Where’s the Big Bad Wolf?|
What’s New at the Fuchun Library?
Let’s Read@Fuchun aims to cultivate the love of reading and enhance the pupils’ knowledge on the different genres of books. It was launched in January 2018 with the intent for pupils to pick up books written by different authors in various genres, from the library. Every month, a book display with a different theme is put up to introduce pupils to a diverse genre of books. Books of different reading levels are carefully chosen to ensure that every pupil can find a suitable book from the book displays. Other than the book displays, a monthly contest is also held. Pupils made bookmarks based on their favourite classic book characters and wrote blurbs on an animal fiction book that had left a memorable impact on them. Winners of the contest have their work displayed in our library and also on our school’s digital messaging system. Prizes are also distributed to the winners of each month’s contest and can be retrieved from the librarian, Ms Sabariah. We hope you will continue to develop the love of reading through this journey!
Title: The Secret Garden