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  • Red Swastika School

    Primary One Orientation 17 November 2017

  • PROGRAMME

    • Welcome

    • Introduction of Key Personnel, Primary 1 Form Teachers

    *Orientation activities for students

    • Welcome address by Principal

    • Address by PSG Chairman

    • Briefing on operational matters by Form Teachers in respective classrooms

    • Filling out of forms in respective classrooms

  • SCHOOL LEADERS

    Vice Principal Mdm Poh Qinyu

    Principal Mrs Jenny Leong

    Vice Principal (Admin) Ms Serene Ong

    Vice Principal Mrs Serene Ho

  • Mrs Poon Wai Kuan

    HOD Chinese Language Mrs Samsina Herbert

    HOD English Language

    Mrs Nathalie Tay HOD Mathematics

    Ms Sim Ai Wah

    HOD Science

    RSS Executive Committee

  • Ms Lim Mui Lian HOD Information

    Communication Technology (ICT)

    Mdm Yasmin Seah HOD

    PE/CCA/Aesthetics

    Mrs Ching Kim Siong HOD

    Culture & Internationalization

    RSS Executive Committee

    Mrs Carol Tng HOD Character

    & Citizenship Education (CCE)

    Mrs Frances Yeo School Staff

    Developer

  • Mrs Go Lee Ching LH Math

    RSS Executive Committee

    Mrs April Noble LH English

    Mrs Lane Low LH Science

    Mrs Bernice Ban SH Character Development

    Mdm Koh Swee Yen

    LH Chinese Language

  • RSS Executive Committee

    Mrs Chua Huixin SH Information Communication

    Technology

    Mr Mike Kho SH Physcial Education

    Mrs Tan Yee Hwee SH Music Mdm Tan Choon Jhet

    SH National Education & Social Studies

    Ms Tan Kai Lin SH Art

  • Mr Jonathan Lee Year Head (Middle Primary)

    (covering)

    RSS Executive Committee

    Ms Tan Zhi Ling Year Head (Lower Primary)

    (covering)

    Mr Chua Kwan Heng Year Head

    (Upper Primary)

  • Senior Teacher

    Ms Shiao Choy Peng ST Lower Primary Learners

  • Clerical Support Staff

    Miss Cindy Ong

    CSO

    Mdm Low Lay Guat

    CSO

    Mdm Choo Kon Foong

    CSO

    Mdm Charlynn Liew

    Admin Manager

    Mdm Tan Hwee Cheng

    CSO

  • Mdm Ang Siew Kee

    OSO

    Mdm Loh Gek Lang

    OSO

    Operation Support Staff

    Mdm Koh Siew Ngo

    OSO

    Mr Ruslan

    OSO

    Mdm Puay Mee Choo

    OSO

    Mr Jeffrey Soo Choy Whye

    Operations Manager

  • Mdm Sng Meng Fong

    1 Care

    P1 TEACHERS INTERACTING WITH PARENTS TODAY:

  • P1 TEACHERS INTERACTING WITH PARENTS TODAY:

    Mrs Nathalie Tay

    1 Leadership

  • Miss Michelle Moi

    1 Innovation

    P1 TEACHERS INTERACTING WITH PARENTS TODAY:

  • Miss Jolyn Chun

    1 Service

    P1 TEACHERS INTERACTING WITH PARENTS TODAY:

  • Miss Shiao Choy Peng

    1 Respect

    P1 TEACHERS INTERACTING WITH PARENTS TODAY:

  • Mr Lin Qing Xin

    1 Generosity

    P1 TEACHERS INTERACTING WITH PARENTS TODAY:

  • Miss Leung Rui Fang

    1 Integrity

    P1 TEACHERS INTERACTING WITH PARENTS TODAY:

  • Miss Juliana

    1 Alertness

    P1 TEACHERS INTERACTING WITH PARENTS TODAY:

  • P1 students will now proceed to the classrooms with their teachers.

    Parents, please remain in the hall for the rest of the programme.

  • WELCOME ADDRESS BY THE PRINCIPAL MRS JENNY LEONG

  • -Founded by the World Red Swastika Society in 1951 -Started as a village school in Changi with 8 classes, 10 staff and Mr Chuang Shih Ie as our pioneer principal -Moved to present site in 1979 -Became one of the 15 SAP primary school in 1990 with a good Chinese education tradition

  • Our Vision

    CARING COMMUNITY,

    INNOVATIVE LEADERS

    博爱 创新 引领

  • Our Mission To nurture a community of

    independent learners, effective communicators,

    active citizens and reflective leaders.

    培养勤于学习, 善于沟通, 乐于奉献的公民 和精益求精的引领者

  • 恭 Respect 宽 Magnanimity 信 Trustworthiness 敏 Alertness

    Our School Motto

  • Xingzhi Culture 陶行知先生告诉我们:立大志,做好事;

    立大志,做实事;

    立大志,做新事。

    他还说,学会做事很

    重要,学会做人更重要……

    小朋友 小主人 小先生

  • Care Respect Magnanimity

    Our School Values

    Honesty Responsibility Resilience

    Helpfulness Teamwork Leadership

  • Preparing your child for Primary 1

  • 1. Exciting your child about school

    • Purchase school uniform and textbooks together

    • Choose school bag and stationery together

    • Label the school books and stationery with him/her

    • Get elder siblings, cousins and even yourself to share positive primary school experiences

  • 2. Familiarisation with School Routines

    • School Hours

    • Flag-Lowering Ceremony

    • Assembly

    • Recess

    • School Bus: Pick-Up, Discipline on the Bus and Drop-Off

  • RSS School hours 2018

    Reporting Time 12.15 p.m.

    Curriculum Time 12.15p.m. to 6.00 p.m.

    Recess Time

    2.45 p.m. to 3.15 p.m.

    3.15 p.m. to 3.45 p.m. (Wednesdays)

    Meal Break 5.10 p.m. to 5.20 p.m.

  • End of Curriculum Time: 6 pm

    Bus?

    Parent pick up at Gate 5?

    *Set the routine from Day 1

    Followed by Flag Lowering Ceremony

    *students will be dismissed only after the Flag Lowering

    Ceremony.

  • Setting the Routine Early In order to help your child/ward accustom to the school operations as soon as possible, we appreciate if parents

    • Set the routine from day 1 regarding dismissal arrangements (bus/gate)

    • Please refrain from entering the school from the second day. Teachers will be stationed at Gate 5 and the bus bay to lead your child/ward to the hall.

  • Please fetch your children between 6 pm and 6.30 pm.

    A teacher will be with them until 6.30 pm, after which they will be

    taken to the General Office to wait for their parents.

    Parents who come late to fetch their child will have to park at Gate 5 and

    proceed to the General Office to pick up their child.

  • No “home delivery” Instill responsibility in your child – work with them to get their things ready for school

    Please refrain from providing “home delivery” for your child when he/she informs you of missing item(s).

    Let them approach their teacher(s) or general office staff for help

  • Curriculum time will be strictly adhered to.

    Should your child need to leave early for urgent matters, kindly proceed to the General Office. In the interests of safety, parent/guardian are required to sign him/her out before picking him/her up from the General Office.

  • • If your child is unwell, please seek medical advice, obtain a medical certificate and allow him/her to rest at home (Absent with MC)

    • For other reasons such as an urgent family matters (eg. compassionate leave), a letter from parent will suffice. (Absent with Valid Reason)

  • • Parents are strongly encouraged not to take their child away on holiday during term time as learning is on-going even after end-of-year examinations.

    • Should there be a need to go away, a letter from parent will be necessary. (Absent without a valid reason)

  • Recess and Meal Break @ RSS

  • • Saturated fat (promote use of healthier oil)

    • Sugar • Salt

    • Whole-grains • Fruit • Vegetables

    Healthy Meals in Schools Programme (HMSP)

  • Deep-fried food, pre deep-fried food upon purchase (e.g. pre deep- fried chicken nuggets and pre deep-fried French fries) and preserved food shall not be sold.

    To include at least 20% whole-grains for :

    a.Rice/porridge b.Bee Hoon

    HMSP Guidelines (2016)

  • Size Price

    Extra small (XS) $1.00

    Small (S) $1.30

    Medium (M) $1.60

    Large (L) $2.00

    Due to the increase in cost and to include a piece of fruit in the main meal, based on the size of the portion, the prices are as follows:

  • Benefits for students:

    Students, particularly primary school students, should be allowed to eat regularly so that they may benefit in terms of their cognitive, physical and socio-emotional development.

    Rationale for Meal Break

  • Promote well-being of students:

    Students, particularly those taking school bus or public transport, may take time to reach home and their lunch would be delayed. Hence, providing a 2nd break could ensure that students do not go hungry for an extended period of time

  • Do prepare some dry finger food for your child/ward in line with the Healthy Meal Programme.

    No sweet drinks and

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