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Vision & Goals

At Punggol Primary School, we believe in helping every child find joy in learning and using technology to empower our children to learn better.

The Student Learning Space is an important platform where our teachers design ICT-integrated lessons that are anchored in the Active Learning Process and supported by the affordances of suitable technological tools.

The various departments also tap on games-based applications that supports self-directed learning in a fun manner where students learn through playing games while having their progress reported in a leadership board. Additionally, students also learn in a meaningful manner where they get to develop and practice communication skills authentically through immersive learning stories via web-based applications. 

The ICT department strives to facilitate quality teaching and learning with technology as the key enabler. To that end, we are committed to supporting our teachers to develop their capacities in designing ICT-enriched lessons through targeted professional development sessions and resource sharing. Our ICT department website will be the one-stop platform that will house all useful sharing, resources and information for our teachers to tap on. 

For more information please click here – ICT Department website.

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Programmes & Activities

ICT literacy programme 6-year plan

In the new media ecology, it is acknowledged that people are literate in different ways. In the digital networked environment, students are considered literate if they are able to curate digital content, connect and communicate digitally and create digital multimodal products across a range of digital media platforms, while taking into consideration ethical and social practices embedded in learning and daily life.

Our school has revised our ICT literacy programme to better align our programme with MOE new media literacy. The new programme are built on the current set of standards, with a focus on the acquisition and application of technical skills to support the creation of digital content and various modes of interaction. The standards were revised to include the knowledge and skills to search for and evaluate digital information, use information ethically to create or remix digital artefacts; exchange information and contribute productively in an online community. 

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Cyber Wellness

Our Cyber Wellness Programme @ PPS aims to:

  • Develop pupils to become safe, responsible and ethical  users of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

Our school adopts MOE’s Cyber Wellness Framework along with a three-tiered approach to our Cyber Wellness Programme for students. 


Assembly Programmes

- Out of the Box assembly talks presented by Cyber Wellness Ambassadors, teachers and vendors

- Pupils learn ways to become safe, responsible and ethical users of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

Two of the Cyber Wellness Ambassadors presenting current issues during morning assembly talkThe Ambassadors receiving their certificates and collar pin from the Principal, Mr Hanafi

Recess Activities:

- The Ambassadors and Parent Volunteers conducting recess activities, manning different stations across the levels.

Lower Primary students trying out Google Cardboard during recess activities.Students trying out different stations and quizzing themselves in Cyber issues.

Targeted Approach:

- P4 and P5 ambassadors developed, designed and conducted targeted programs for the lower primary students. The students designed E Trail for P3 students using iPad advocating cyber wellness.

The P3 classes went on a Cyber trail scanning QR Codes and viewing videos produced by the Ambassadors.

Ambassadors Training:

- All P4 and P5 Cyber wellness Ambassadors went through intensive training on leadership, public speaking, presentation skills, designing presentation materials for school use.


For more info on MOE Cyber Wellness Programme: Click here

ICT Leadership Training

Representatives from each class went through training before they became full-fledged ICT leaders. During the training, they were taught ICT skills required for them to assist in the operation of IT equipment in classrooms. With the necessary knowledge and right values, they will definitely shine as STAR leaders in their classes.