3 new primary schools in Singapore

From 2014, three new local primary schools will begin taking in pupils in Singapore. Find out what are the three new schools and where they are.

Three new primary schools in Singapore opening in 2014

Three new primary schools in Singapore opening in 2014

The Ministry of Education (MOE) has slated for the opening of three new primary schools around the island, where Primary 1 students can begin registration as early as next year. These three primary schools will have new design norms, as recommended by the Primary Education Review and Implementation Committee.

New facilities in the primary schools include redesigned classrooms, glossy performing arts studios and airy outdoor jogging paths. These aid in the holistic overall development of a child, where they can learn both academically and out of the classroom.

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Here are the three new primary schools for your information:

Northoaks Primary School (Sembawang area)

61 Sembawang Drive, Singapore 757622
Principal: Mdm Ng Yin Lieng Theresa
Vice-principal: Miss Tan Yit Peng
School philosophy: To provide a holistic and meaningful education with character building as the focal point for every child who enters the school.

Northoaks Primary School (Photo from MOE official press release)

Northoaks Primary School (Photo from MOE official press release)

 

Alexandra Primary School (Bukit Merah area)

2A, Prince Charles Crescent, Singapore 159016
Principal: Mrs Lim Bee Lay
Vice-principal: Miss Chan Yan Hoon
School philosophy: every parent is a valuable partner in nurturing the child to G.L.O.W. (Good Character, Love for Learning, Openness, and towards World-readiness).

Alexandra Primary School (Photo from MOE official press release)

Alexandra Primary School (Photo from MOE official press release)

 

West Spring Primary School (Bukit Panjang area)

60 Bukit Panjang Ring Road, Singapore 679946
Principal: Mdm Phan Swee Lin Sherin Jacinta
Vice-principal: Mr Caleb Or Chin Poh
School philosophy: To create learning environments where pupils experience success through meaningful learning and character development.

West Spring Primary (Photo from MOE official press release)

West Spring Primary (Photo from MOE official press release)

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See the Ministry of Education’s official press release on the new primary schools here.