4. Target Setting - Jurong West Primary School

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JURONG WEST
PRIMARY
SCHOOL
MEET-THE-PARENTS SESSION
P3 / 2014
Hall, Tuesday 7 January, 1730h
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AGENDA
1. School Vision, Mission, Core Values & Strategic
Thrusts
2. Focus Areas for 2014
3. P3 Development Programmes
4. Target Setting
5. Important Notes for Parents
6. Questions and Answers
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1. School Vision
Excellence in Attitude
(Having high expectations of ourselves & giving
our best, leading to excellence in action)
Excellence in Life
(Achieving to the best of our abilities through a
fun and enjoyable journey)
1. School Mission
A confident person
believes in oneself
An active contributor
always gives selflessly
A concerned citizen
is socially responsible,
cultivates a healthy lifestyle,
and puts nation before self
A conscientious
learner
has a thirst for knowledge and
love for learning
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1. Core Values
Respect
Integrity
people / environment
do the right thing /
loyalty to class / school
/ family/ country
Self-Discipline
resilience / selfdirected / self-control
Excellence
excellence in attitude /
excellence in action
111. Strategic Thrusts 2014
ST1
Excellence in Leadership and
Management
ST2
Excellence in Academic
Performance
ST3
Excellence in Co-curricular
Programmes
ST4
Excellence in Staff Capacity
Building and Well-Being
2. Focus Areas 2014

Learning for Life Programme – Art of
Communication for Personal
Excellence

Harnessing ICT, Enhancing Teaching
& Learning

Partnership

PERI Holistic Assessment – P2
3. P3 Development Programmes

PAL
– Netball
– Readers’ Theatre
– Digital Story telling: Communication
Skills via Technology

IPW
– Healthy Living: Create a recipe on
healthy sandwiches
– Learning Journey-visit to Health Zone at
8
Health Promotion
Board
3. P3 Development Programmes

PAL cum STELLAR Day
Performance
– Showcasing of Talent

E-Learning Day

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CIP
Focus: Home/School
Little Green Fingers Project : Planting
Sunflowers
IPW : Sandwich making @ Home

Swimming
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P3 SA1 Exam Dates
5-6 May
7-8 May
English /
Mother Tongue
Oral Exam
21 Apr
9 May
English
Paper 1 (Composition)
Paper 2 and Listening Comprehension
21 Apr
15 May
16 Apr
Mother Tongue
Paper 1 (Composition)
Paper 2
Listening Comprehension
12 May
Mathematics
16 May
Science
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P3 SA2 Exam Dates
8-9 Oct
10&13 Oct
English /
Mother Tongue
Oral Exam
22 Oct
27 Oct
English
Paper 1 (Composition)
Paper 2 and Listening Comprehension
28 Oct
Mathematics
22 Oct
29 Oct
20 Oct
Mother Tongue
Paper 1 (Composition)
Paper 2
Listening Comprehension
30 Oct
Science
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4. Target Setting

Monitor & review your child’s
performance after each
assessment

Parents, please help your child to
review the targets for each
subject with reference to target
set for individuals by the school
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4. Target Setting
Pupil’s Targets for the Year 2013
2013
Overall
1. Pupils set targets
based on
expectations
given by the
school.
2. Pupils plan how
they are going to
meet the targets
set.
3. Parents to
discuss with the
child and
comment on how
they can help
their child.
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4. Target Setting
4. Pupils make a
mid-year review
in May.
Parents are to
discuss with the
child on how
they can achieve
academic
excellence.
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5. Important Notes to
Parents
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5. Absence from Assessments

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Must be supported by a valid reason such as
Medical Leave. Letter of excuse from parents is not
acceptable.
Absent without a valid reason – results will be
reflected as AB (absent) on the result slip. AB
indicates that the child will be getting zero for that
paper.
Upon returning from the medical leave, pupils will
only be allowed to sit for the make-up assessments
on two designated dates.
If the child returns after the designated dates for
make-up assessments, it will be reflected as VR
(valid reason) on the result slip.
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5. Cyberwellness
Location of the computer
 Length of time spent on computer
 Check on their content
 Self discipline

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6. Finance

With effect from Jan 2014, the 2nd tier of Misc Fees
will be increased from $5.50 to $6.50. Letter had been sent
to parents dated 16 Sept 2013.

P3 Enrichment Programmes
1. Niche – Readers’ Theatre - (cost borne by school)
2. CDP – Swimsafer programme (cost borne by school)
3. Health Zone Learning Journey (cost borne by school)
4. Learning Journey to the Zoo ($7-to use Pupil Edusave
Fund)
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5. School Safety

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
The school gantry will be closed at 0710
for the morning session to facilitate
morning assembly and flag-raising
ceremony.
Vehicles are not allowed to be driven into
the school compound during both
dismissal times.
Please refrain from parking your vehicles
outside the school.
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5. School Safety


To ensure the safety of your child, all
visitors to the school are required to
exchange their identification cards for
visitor passes before reporting to the
General Office.
Exception to the rule only applies during
school initiated events/workshops.
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5. School Safety

Whenever your child is unable to attend
school, parents should call the school at
6793 3419 or sms to 8511 7516 in the
following format: [Name;Class;Reason] by
0830 (for a.m. session) and 1430 (for p.m.
session} to inform the school of his/her
absence.
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Parents’ Support Group

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
You are invited to join the PSG as a
member to contribute to the development
of your child.
Application form will be issued to all
parents via your child.
Please submit to the form teachers by the
deadline given.
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Questions & Answers
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P3 Form Teachers
Class
Name
3A
Mr Mohamed Shahnaz Bin M. H
3B
Mr Lim Chee Beng, Jeremy
3C
Mdm Nor Hazilah Bte Hasan
3D
Mdm Ramadoss Jayachitra
3E
Miss Balakrishnan Punithavathy
3F
Miss Neo Wee Ting, Esther
3G
Mr Kong Kum Cheong
LSC (English)
LSC (Mathematics)
Mdm Margaret Lim
Miss Norlia Bte Safi’ee
LEVEL MANAGER – Mr Kong
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Dear Parents,
If you wish to have further
discussions with the teachers,
please make an
appointment with
them.
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Thank
you
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