Clubs and Uniformed Groups
Mission and Vision
The Boys’ Brigade – 75th Junior Company
We aim to develop and nurture leaders with habits of obedience, reverence, discipline and self-respect by providing physical, social and spiritual interests guided by adult leaders as officers.
Achievements for Annual James Fraser Excellence Award:
This year, we are proud to achieve the Silver Honour Rolls for the annual JM Fraser Competition, BB Adventure Quest and BB Week respectively.
The Girls’ Brigade – 75th Company
The Girls’ Brigade recruit girls from P2 to P6 levels. The girls are developed holistically through programmes organized by the school like music, craft activities, learning journeys, camps, community projects and GBHQ activities such as The Fast Food and Fuzz Camp, Junior Leadership Training Camp etc. Through the GB curriculum, the GB aims to develop each pupil and officer to her fullest potential by equipping, empowering them with practical life skills, leadership skills and instil moral values.
PPS Girls Brigade 75th company has won the Gold Company Award for the seventh consecutive year. The girls also won the Bronze Award in the Drill Competition in 2018. The Girls Brigade has won 4 Gold, 1 Silver, 7 Bronze in National Competitions. This year, our head prefect, Neo See Boon, is awarded the highest award for primary school pupils – the Junior Brigadier Brooch award.
Company Gold Award ceremony
Neo See Boon meeting the President on her inauguration
|Walking the extra mile with the lonely and needy people at Christmas Orchard|
GB girls presenting a song and dance item for old folks at a senior citizens’ home
E2K Science Club
Science & Greenovation Club
CL Journalist Club
Fitness and Recreation (F&R) Club
Fitness & Recreation (F&R) Club is a new programme initiated by the school to address the concern
of the rising prevalence of obesity
in children. We adopt a holistic approach in
helping our overweight pupils to manage their weight healthily through
lifestyle modifications. This includes staying physically active while
maintaining a balanced diet. A variety of activities will
be conducted to encourage them to exercise and stay fit. They will also be
educated on healthier food options and be equipped with knowledge to make
informed food and drink choices. Later in the year, making of healthier snacks
will also be taught to the pupils. We hope that parents will work with the
F&R Club teachers to support their children in this endeavour.
| ‘Getting to Know You’ through playing ‘Hunter, Earthquake and Fire’|
Game Time – Playing Captain’s Ball at the end of the session.
|Circuit training – Push ups station – getting help from the teacher.||Circuit training – Sit-ups station – getting help from friends.|
lower primary members playing Captain’s Ball with Mrs Heng as the referee.||Circuit training – Jumping Jacks station – having fun with friends.|
|My Food Journal – A record of my meals and whether they are suitable for me using the ‘Traffic lights’ guide|
My Activity Log Card – A record of my activities to earn stars to get rewards for exercising and keeping fit.