Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens

Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens

Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Welcome to Yew Tee Primary School P6 Parent Briefing 15 January 2016 Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Home-School Partnership Staff @ YTPS Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens

P6 Level Teachers CLASS FT CO-FT 6 Care Mr Danny Ms Pang Huey Yee 6 Diligence Mr Srijith Mdm Tan Meow Huang

6 Empathy Ms Norliza Mdm Kamisah 6 Integrity Mdm Pay Soo Cheng Mdm Lim Wen Huey Mdm Nora Mr Ryan Gwee Mdm Sumarni Mdm Tan Hsuen Fang

6 Perseverance 6 Respect Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens P6 CL Teachers Mdm Tan Meow Huang Ms Pang Huey Yee Ms Lim Poh Li Mdm Mim Wen Huey Ms Cheung Ka Lai Mdm Tan Hsuen Fang

P6 ML & TL Teachers Ms Isda & Mr Daud (ML) Mdm Shavita (TL) Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Pupil Well-Being & Support School Counsellor Mdm Sarasvathy AED (LBS) Ms Sumiati

AED (LBS) Mr Walter Dai Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens School Leaders Address Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Our Philosophy Every child has intrinsic worth. Every child can and wants to learn. Every child can contribute as a gracious and responsible citizen of the world.

Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Our School Vision and Mission V Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Engaging minds Touching hearts Inspiring growth M Yew Tee Primary School

Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Our School Values Integrity V Responsibility Respect Perseverance Care Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens What is a Reflective Learner? Confident and articulate Curious about learning yet discerning a critical

thinker Resourceful - Takes initiative to seek clarification Adaptable - Dares to explore & try new things Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens What is a Gracious Citizen? Is a person of character, possesses Integrity, Responsibility, Respect, Perseverance & Care Possesses social emotional competencies of Self Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, Relationship Management and Responsible Decision-Making Will actively contribute to the school, nation and environment Yew Tee Primary School

Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens How do we nurture a Reflective Learner, Gracious Citizen? Empowering Curriculum Synergistic Staff Collaborative Partnerships Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Empowering Curriculum Provides space and structure for the explicit and implicit teaching of the Pupil Vision Outcomes. Provides meaningful and well-designed school experiences to allow pupils to apply these

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Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Key Points to Note Promotion to the next level School policy on early dismissal, discipline and leave matters Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Promotion in the Lower Primary 1.From P1 to P2 - Pupils are promoted to P2 en-bloc (ie they remain in the same class) 2. From P2 to P3 - Based on EL and Math results, pupils are placed in 2 large groups - First 50%

- Next 50% Both groups are mixed ability groups There is a separate grouping for MT language classes based on MOE guidelines Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Promotion in the Middle Primary 1. From P3 to P4 - Pupils are promoted to P4 en-bloc (ie they remain in the same class) 2. From P4 to P5 (Subject-Based Banding) Pupils are grouped by ability in the individual subject. A vast majority of the pupils will offer subjects at the Standard Level. A small minority will offer subject/s that they have difficulty in coping at a Foundation Level.

Pupils are split into 2 groups (first 3 classes by ability, the remaining pupils by performance in Maths) Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Promotion in the Upper Primary 3. From P5 to P6 If the same subject combination is offered, pupils will be promoted to P6 en-bloc If pupils are offering subjects at a different level, they may be allocated new classes. Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens School Policy Early Dismissal 1) Early Dismissal

When child is unwell or is hurt School will contact the parent to pick the child up to consult a doctor Parent/ Guardian MUST accompany the child home If immediate medical attention is required, the ambulance will also be contacted 2) Other reasons Must be accompanied by parents letter In the case of an external examination, the official notice must be submitted to the form teacher for endorsement and permission for early dismissal Parent/ Guardian MUST accompany the child home Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens School Policy Discipline

When the child misbehaves or flouts a rule The child will be given a verbal warning by the teacher When it is repeated, parents will be informed. Details are provided in the pupil diary When there is a misunderstanding or an issue between pupils Parents will be informed School will conduct the investigation and decide on the necessary course of action Parents will not be allowed to interrogate or conduct independent investigations School will facilitate mediation sessions using restorative approach between pupils not parents Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens

School Policy Leave Matters 1) Holidays during the official school term Term holidays; please submit online travel declaration School Days; leave will not be granted. However, should parents insist on taking your child abroad, you must inform the school in writing. Note that no additional or make-up lessons will be conducted for lessons missed. During exam period, no make-up papers will be given in this instance. 2) Leave of Absence For parents who are posted overseas and wish to take their child along; and would like the childs vacancy to be retained An official application form must be completed for submission to MOE through the Principal. Fees must be paid for the period of absence.

Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Communication Keep regular contact with your childs teachers Contact us if you have any queries or feedback Preferred mode - via e-mail We will respond as soon as we can Read all circulars and memos Put up the term calendar at home Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens School Safety & Partnerships

Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Safety Updates PERI School Upgrading new facilities to encourage greater interaction and self-discovery, and to facilitate experiential and hands-on learning Upgrading works have re-started in December on parade square, outdoor learning areas Parents will NOT be able to drive into the school to drop off your child on rainy days during the period of construction Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens

Safety Updates Opening hours of the school gates: Front Gate : 6.45 a.m. - 6.30 p.m. Side Gate : 7.10 a.m. - 7.30 a.m. 1.40 p.m. - 2.00 p.m. (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday) 12.40 p.m. - 1.00 p.m. (Wed only) Back Gate : 7.10 a.m. - 7.25 a.m. Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Sending Your Child to School Reporting time for pupils is 7.30 a.m. Please allow your child to come into school by himself / herself. Hence, please send your child up to the school gate ONLY. Please refrain from carrying your childs bag up the stairs / into the

school Parents /caregivers, who are driving your child to school, must drop off your child at the HDB car park opposite school front gate. Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Dismissal Choose to walk your child home or make necessary transport arrangements for them. Pupils in the Bus & Child-Care group will gather at the waiting area at the ISH. Ensure that your child knows where to wait for you (in school) in case you are late Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens

Safety & Traffic Follow all traffic rules especially outside front & side gate. Please educate your child to practise safety road-crossing habits (e.g. using zebra-crossing outside front gate to cross over to school from opposite blocks.) To avoid disruption to traffic flow and ensure safety for our pupils and other road users, we would like to request that parents DO NOT stop their vehicles in front of the school front gate to allow their children to alight. make a U-turn at the yellow box or in front of the front gate. park their cars illegally along the roads whilst waiting for their children. Instead, please park at the HDB carparks while waiting for their children. Yew Tee Primary School Pedestrian Crossings

Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Parents to help to reinforce the message Ensure that all the vehicles have come to a stop before you start crossing at the zebra crossing. Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens At crossings walk between the dotted lines Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens 3-STEP KERB DRILL 2

1 Look RIGHT 3 Look LEFT and RIGHT again RAISE your hand when crossing Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Safety & Security All visitors are to register at the security post and must report to the General Office to seek assistance and wear their visitor pass at all times.

Entry to school only on official business Strictly by appointment with staff only - OM / security post clearance E-mail the teacher for an appointment Should you wish to purchase an item from the school bookshop, please arrange to do so only after 2 pm. Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Safety and Security Reinforce the following message to your child: Keep your belongings safe and secure Do NOT leave your valuables in the classroom Do NOT leave your bags in the canteen, ISH or anywhere else unattended (while you go off and play with friends, etc) Do not bring too much money or expensive

items Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Other Matters Pupils should not bring their own basketball, frisbee, etc Equipment available for pupils to borrow during recess Uniform sales by vendor Parent Briefing days / T1 Weeks 1 and 2 9 am 3 pm Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens

School Rules & Regulations For Boys For Girls Long hair touching the collar must be neatly tied. Hair short and neat and should not touch the collar. Hair accessories should be black and kept simple. No side burns. School T-shirt worn over the

shorts. Fringe must not fall across the forehead and touch the eyebrows. Name tags must be ironed-on / sewn onto the uniform School T-shirt worn over the skorts. Fringe must not fall across the forehead and touch the eyebrows. Yew Tee Primary School

Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens School Rules & Regulations Please stay in FASHION as stated in the school diary F- Fingernails kept trimmed and clean. A- Attire only prescribed school uniform to be worn. Black shorts only to be worn for PE lessons. S- Shoes & Socks only black shoes are allowed. Ankle or branded socks are not allowed. H- Hair unusual or fancy hairstyles are not allowed in school. ION- Iron-on Nametag all pupils must have their nametag on their uniform. Orders for nametags can be made at the school bookshop. FASHION checks will be carried out twice per term and if caught, conduct grade may be affected. ?

? ? PSLE T-Score Explained PSLE - a placement exam Need to reflect the relative achievement level of pupils within their peers. Places pupils into different courses according to their academic ability

Enables posting to secondary schools by merit and as far as possible into a school of their choice. 39 The PSLE Aggregate Score Is a sum of scores Incorporates performance of pupils in all 4 subjects Allows pupils to be ranked

fairly 40 Can raw scores be used? NO ! Why Not? Different subjects have different levels of difficulty So are the spread of marks from the average mark, i.e. the standard deviation (spread = standard deviation)

MEASURE OF S P R E A D Narrow Wide HURRAY! DOLLY I scored 85% in both English and Mother Tongue ! Dolly scores 85% in both EL and MT Her performance in MT is very close to that of other pupils

85% She did much better in EL as compared to other pupils EL MT 0 100 EL ave = 60 MT ave = 80

A need for standardisation of the raw scores Transformed Score or T-Score EL T-Score 85% MT 85% ave = 80 ave = 60 50 T-Score converts average mark of each subject to a

common score of 50 points. It also converts other marks taking into consideration the extent to which they differ from the average and the size of spread of the marks around the average What is a T-Score? It gives the relative position of a pupils performance as compared to the performance of all the other pupils in that subject The raw mark obtained in the exam only shows how good the pupil is in that subject, not how good he is as compared to others How is the T-Score calculated for each subject? (X Y) T = 50 + 10

Z where X: pupils mark for the subject Y: average mark (mean) scored by all pupils Z: spread of marks around the average mark (standard deviation) Example: Pupils mark (X) in exam = 50.0 Average mark (Y) scored by all pupils = 68.0 Spread of marks (Z) around the average mark (Y) = 14.0 T = 50 + 10 = 37.14 (50 - 68.0) 14.0

How is the Aggregate Score calculated? By adding the T-Scores of the 4 subjects Example: Subject Total Mark T-Score EL 200 105

34 CL 200 152 51 Maths 100 67 53 Science

100 58 47 Aggregate: 185 Finally, All pupils are ranked according to their aggregate scores T-SCORES & GRADES: Is it possible for a pupil with 3A* and 1A to be ranked lower than another pupil who has only 1A* and 3As?

Yes, it is possible. Subj Johns Susans Mark TMark T(Grade) Score (Grade) Score EL1 MT MA SC T Score 182 A

185 A* 91 A* 92 A* 60 70 60 56 246 190 A* 180 A 80 A

86 A 68 68 58 55 249 What about Subject-based Banding? Pupils taking foundation subjects and other combinations, other than 4 standard subjects, are not shortchanged. The raw marks obtained in the exam by these pupils are also converted to T-score

FEL T-Score 85% EL 75% 50 As foundation subjects are generally less demanding, pupils are required to score a higher score than a standard subject in order to have a same T-score as a standard pupil. In this case, the T-Score converts average mark of each subject to a common score of 50 points. Subj

Peters Subj Mark T(Grade) Score EL1 MT MA SC 156 A 150 A 80 A 75 A

T-Score: 246 Claras Mark T(Grade) Score 60 FEL 70 FMT 60 FMA 56

FSC 190 G1 180 G1 90 G1 86 G1 182 48 50 44 40 THE SECONDARY COURSES

Express Course Four year course Subjects offered: English, Mother Tongue, Maths, Science & a range of other subjects At the end of the fourth year, students will sit for GCE O Level Exam THE SECONDARY COURSES Normal Academic Course Four to five year course Subjects offered: English, Mother Tongue and a range of other subjects At the end of the fourth year, students will sit for GCE NA Level Exam Those who do well will proceed to the fifth year and then sit for the GCE O Level Exam THE SECONDARY COURSES Normal Technical Course

Four-year course Subjects offered: English, Basic Mother Tongue and a range of other subjects At the end of the fourth year, they will sit for the GCE NT Level Exam Students who are eligible can apply for the ITE. Secondary 1 Posting Method By Merit : 285 284 Rank all PSLE students by their PSLE Scores 263 240 and below

S1 Posting Method By Choice 1st 2nd 285 284 263 FULL FULL 3rd 4th 5th

6th After 6 choices Group Postal District Postal District Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens DIRECT SCHOOL ADMISSION (DSA) Pupils apply for a secondary / IP school of their choice: based on their talent(s) Arts (Music, Dance, Theatre, Art, etc) Sports (Badminton, Wushu etc) Leadership based on their strengths in individual subjects Science, Math, etc

Secondary or IP schools offer places to selected pupils before the PSLE results are released Pupils confirm the offer before the PSLE results are released No transfers are allowed after the PSLE results are released Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Parents to check relevant secondary schools DSA period Application form and supporting documents Interviews , selection trials and etc Successful Letter of confirmation Exercise choice at Sec 1 Option Unsuccessful Letter of

notification Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Home-school Partnership Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens My Partner-Teacher Award (MPTA) Awarded by School Advisory Committee Four key areas for consideration for the award 1) Communication 2) Personal Qualities 3)

Quality Relationship 4) Impact Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens MPTA - Summary of Nominations 2012 Total of 60 parent nominations 30 teachers nominated 8 shortlisted 2014 Total of 92 parent nominations 42 teachers nominated 12 shortlisted

2013 Total of 97 parent nominations 43 teachers nominated 12 shortlisted 2015 Total of 118 parent nominations 45 teachers nominated 10 shortlisted Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Parent Support Group Yew Tee Primary School

Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Why are partnerships important? Fathers had a buffering effect in protecting boys from extreme victimisation and daughters have less psychological distress at age 33 (Flouri, 2005, UK research) Fathers involvement at age 7 was found to be significantly associated with educational attainment at age 20 (Flouri, 2005) Good fathering was associated with adolescents positive school engagement and higher academic achievement (Dr Ong Ai Choo, 2000, Singapore) Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Network of Support

The PSG creates a network of links for the school, its families and the community. The end result is not only a rich diversity of talents, but also an extended networking system for the benefit of the pupils and the school. Parents are valued as partners in their children's education Enrich and support school personnel, pupils and their families Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Structure of Home-School Partnership School Policies give input, plan / organise parent activities PSG EXCO

Class Representatives; Involved in FGDs on character development & holistic education, parent activities Class Leaders Participation in school programmes/events All Parents Project Teams PSG EXCO Structure of Home-School Partnership

Principal Chief Advisor Vice-Principal Advisor Chairperson Secretary Co-Chairperson Assistant Secretary Vice-Principal Advisor Mdm Tan Meow Huang Liaison

EXCO P1 Level Leader x2 P2 Level Leader x2 P3 Level Leader x2 P4 Level Leader x2 P5 Level Leader x2 P6 Level Leader x2

P1 Class Leaders P2 Class Leaders P3 Class Leaders P4 Class Leaders P5 Class Leaders

P6 Class Leaders (2 per class) (2 per class) (2 per class) (2 per class) (2 per class) (2 per class) Volunteers for adhoc programmes Yew Tee Primary School

Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens PSG Exco Committee 2016 & 2017 Chairman Vice Chairman Secretary Asst. Secretary Treasurer Asst. Treasurer Publication Members Murali Alex Loh Becky Beena, Lawrence Shu Ying Ye Ting Jimmy / Irene Chin / Serene

Natasha, Audrey, Suan Mee, Christine, Andrew, Stella, Catherine, Choon Khim, Poh Ling, Sophia Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Key PSG Activities Balloon Sculpting

Mini Fair Breakfast Chat with Parents* Class get-together P6 Motivational Kit PSG Talks to Parents EOY Get-together Childrens Day Teachers Day Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens How YOU can be part of this partnership?

Participate actively Volunteer for LJs, PSG activities, etc Parent Whatsapp class chatgroup Class get-together Parent talks organised by PSG email alert to sign up online Keep email address active / updated Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Find out more and join us! Do approach any of our PSG members! Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Briefing on

Curriculum Matters Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Empowering Curriculum English Language Primary 6 Mdm Kamisah Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens STELLAR Strategies for English Language Learning and Reading Aims to move EL learners towards

independence using authentic texts and learning activities that motivate and engage different learners Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Why STELLAR ? Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens New Skills for a Changing World Need to prepare our children for life and work in the 21st century Develop students to be Effective communicators Confident, self-directed learners

Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens STELLAR Lessons To develop Social Skills oral interaction among peers in non-threatening situations working in partnership with other children turn-taking & respect for others during class discussions Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Primary 6

Speaking & Listening Reading Stellar Curriculum Explain Content refers to the specialised EL knowledge & content. Engage Pedagogy or how concepts are taught; the art & science of teaching & learning. Skills Based (Grammar & Vocab)

Writing -Sustained Silent Reading (SSR) + Book Sharing -Literature Texts (For selected classes) -SRA Reading Lab -Weekly Teachermodelling sessions (Reading Aloud) P6: Prep for PSLE - Good Content and Writing - Systematic and explicit grammar Oral Examination - Writing creatively using

teaching at text level - Oral Clinic (P6) various strategies for instance Vocabulary building from - Using ICT for peer suspense, climax) newspapers and EL websites and self - - Selected text type for writing Spelling Commonly Misspelled

assessment in Oral (expositions) Words components - Situational Writing (accident Synthesis & Transformation - - Monthly Book report, emails, reviews, Transformation of sentences and Promotion

- P6 Enhanced Curriculum Customised Enhanced Curriculum Package on Comprehension Skills complaints, letters) practice on non-routine items Quickwrite Pupils are given a stimulus or scenarios and they are to spend 5 minutes to write based on it. (Eg. A video, excerpt from a book, newspaper articles, scenario - Use of self-assessment checklist Evaluate

Assessment: Impact of -Holistic Assessment Tasks -- Peer & Self- Assessment -Semestral Assessment Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Rich Language For All Teaching Strategies A Strong Foundation Yew Tee Primary School

Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Ways to Teach Reading for Understanding d e t r o Supp g n i d a e R K-W-L K W

L Retelling = what I Know = what I Want to know = what I have Learnt Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Reading for Understanding: Supported Reading a strategy where a passage is chunked into smaller parts to help children to read opportunities to make predictions, read silently, discuss ideas and difficult words

Adapted from Guided Reading (Fountas & Pinnell) 88 Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Reading for Understanding: K-W-L K = what I Know W= what I Want to know L = what I have Learnt A way to teach children how to read information texts. Children brainstorm, ask questions and read a text on their own to find out more about a topic. Ogle, Donna M. (1986). The Reading Teacher

Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Teaching Writing: Writing Process Cycle A step-by-step process where children learn to write as a class, in groups and then independently. P l a n n i n g - W r i ti n g - R e v i e w i n g Adapted from work by Robert Graves, and Flower and Hayes Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Assessment for

Primary 6 Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens P6 Assessment Revised Items EL Continuous Writing EL Visual Text Comprehension EL Listening Comprehension EL Oral Communication REVISED TOS - EL PAPER 1 Writing (1h 10 min) 2

Language Use and Comprehension (1 h 50 min) 3 Listening Comprehension (Abt 35 min) 4 Oral Communication (Abt 10 min) Total COMPONENT MARKS Situational Writing Continuous Writing

15 40 Booklet A (MCQ): Grammar 10* Vocabulary Vocabulary Cloze Visual Text Comprehension 5 5 8* WEIGHT -ING 27.5%

47.5% Booklet B (OE): Grammar Cloze Editing for Spelling & Grammar Comprehension Cloze Synthesis / Transformation Comprehension OE (1- 4m per question) 10 12* 15 10 20 Listening Comprehension MCQ

20 Reading Aloud Stimulus-based Conversation 10 20* 200 10% 15% 100% Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens EL PAPER 1:

CONTINUOUS WRITING Paper 1: Continuous Writing Task and Response GIVEN TASK One item Write a composition about the given topic Based on 1 or more of 3 given visuals Pointers provided Write a composition of at least 150 words about a proud moment. The pictures are provided to help you think about this topic. Your composition should be based on one or more of these pictures. Consider the following points when you

plan your composition. What was the proud moment? Why was it memorable? You may use the points in any order and include other relevant points as well. REQUIRED RESPONSE Continuous prose (narrative/non-narrative) Individual response to given topic Make use of at least 1 out of 3 given visuals in any order Address the given pointers in any order and include other relevant points Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens EL PAPER 2:

VISUAL TEXT COMPREHENSION EL Paper 2: Visual Text Comprehension authentic form of representing information with text and visuals EL Paper 2: Visual Text Comprehension 8 questions Evaluation of specific details 21. Based on the flyer, which of the following is true of the story-writing competition? Understanding use of vocabulary in context & sentence structure 22. What does supply in the first paragraph of

the winning story mean? EL Paper 2: Visual Text Comprehension Function of punctuation marks 26. Why are many exclamation marks used in the last paragraph of the winning story? Overall understanding of the text 28. Some of the information in this flyer is factual; others are made up. Which of the following information is made up? Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens EL PAPER 2: Comprehension OE

EL Paper 2: Comprehension OE 1. No change in stimulus (text with line numbers provided) Length of passage: 1 A4 / about 400-500 words 2. Change in item marks allocated based on demands of the item (1 to 4 marks per item) answer form varies: e.g. box, graphic organiser, lines 3. Changes to marking

marks awarded for key points answers in full sentences, short phrases and one-word accepted, as required by the items marks not deducted for language errors unless the errors interfere with meaning EL Paper 2: Comprehension OE 72. Which word from lines 1-6 tells us that Christine saw the book as a strange object? (1m) Question carries 1 mark One-word answer required EL Paper 2: Comprehension OE 74. Based on the story, state whether each statement in the table below is true or false, then give one reason why you think so. (3m)

Question carries 3 marks Requires student to evaluate statement and support it with reasons from the text Format of answer - graphic organiser of statements, True/False with reasons EL Paper 2: Comprehension OE 79. According to Christine, what were two advantages and two disadvantages of the old type of school? (4m) Question carries 4 marks organised into Advantages and Disadvantages Requires student to categorise answers taken from the text

Short phrases containing key points accepted EL Paper 2: Comprehension OE 80. Would you prefer to read a paper book or a computer book? Support your answer with information from the passage. (2m) Question carries 2m Requires a personal opinion Answers need to be supported by details found in the text Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens EL PAPER 3:

Listening Comprehension EL Paper 3: Listening Comprehension 1. No change to number of questions (20 MCQs) 2. But increase in number of MCQs with graphic options/representation from 4 to 7 3. Responses require interpretation (listening and viewing) 4. For EL only, options not read aloud but time given for students to read the questions before they listen to each of the texts EL Paper 3: Listening Comprehension No change to type of texts EL Paper 3: Listening Comprehension An example of a

question with graphic options/ representation Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens EL PAPER 4 Oral Communication Stimulus-based Conversation Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Stimulus-based Conversation 1. Change to the item A merger of Picture Discussion and Conversation

Stimulus is a springboard for conversation 2. Changes to marking Total of 20 marks Increased emphasis on expressing oneself clearly and effectively during a conversation Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Stimulus-based Conversation Prompts for Stimulus-Based Conversation (a) Look at the picture. Would you be interested to play this game? Why? / Why not? If you were to play this game, which prize would you like to win? Why? (b) Have you been to a funfair before? Tell me about it. If pupil has not been to a funfair, ask

Would you like to go to a funfair? How do you intend to enjoy yourself? ( c ) Have you won any prize before? Tell me about it. Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Enhanced Curriculum ( EC ) Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Customised Enhanced Curriculum Package on Comprehension Skills - Pupils need to be explicitly taught comprehension skills such as inferring, finding cause & effect, using contextual clues, etc.

Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Empowering Curriculum Mathematics Primary 6 Mdm Evelyn Cheam Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Mathematics Framework The central focus of the framework is mathematical problem solving, that is, using mathematics to solve problems. Yew Tee Primary School

Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Explain (Content) Knowledge Process Skills Measurement Geometry Data Analysis Fractions Percentage Ratio Speed Algebra Insert Reasoning, Communication and

Connections Thinking Skills and Heuristics Application and your content Modelling Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Engage (Pedagogy) Engage our pupils in experiential learning through: Conceptual Approach to Problem solving Enhanced Curriculum & Morning Clinics Olympiad Training (SMOPS, RIPMW, AMC) Love Math Learn Math Programme Use of ICT KooBits, AsknLearn,etc

Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Conceptual Approach More than, Less than (Advanced) Patterns Simultaneous Speed -Journey by parts -Journey in opposite direction Circles -Overlapping figures -Cut and Paste

Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Conceptual Approach Simultaneous Concept 3 tables and 3 chairs cost $1521. Two similar tables and a similar chair cost $934. How much does a chair cost? 20% of apples and 5% of oranges made up 73 fruits. There were 560 fruits altogether. How many apples and oranges were there? There were a total of 720 boys and girls at a funfair. 1 After 3 of the boys and of the girls left the funfair, 2 4 there were 120 more girls than boys remaining behind.

How many boys were there at the funfair at first? Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Conceptual Approach Patterns A group of boys used sticks to form the figures below. Fig 1 Fig 2 Fig 3 (a) How many sticks would they use for Figure 5?

(b) How many sticks would they use for Figure 80? Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Evaluate (Assessment) Holistic Assessment Formative Assessment (20%) Checkpoints Unit Worksheets Conceptual Worksheets Journals Performance Task

Summative Assessment (80%) SA1 Prelim Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Evaluate (Assessment) SA1 & Prelim (Standard Mathematics) Paper Booklet 1 without A cal. B 2

Cal. Is allowed Total Item Type No. of qns No. of marks per qns Weighting Multiple-choice 10 1

10% 5 2 10% 10 1 10% 5 2 10%

Short -answer Insert your5 content 2 Short-answer Structured/Longanswer 13 48 3,4,5 Duration 50 min

10% 50% 100% 1 h 40 min 2 h 30 min Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Evaluate (Assessment) SA1 & Prelim (Foundation Mathematics) Paper Booklet

Item Type No. of qns No. of marks per qns Weighting Duration MCQ 10 1 10%

1h 10 2 20% Short-answer 10 2 20% Short-answer 10

2 20% Structured 8 3,4,5 30% 48 - 100% A

1 Without Cal. B 2 Cal. Is allowed Total Insert your content 1 h 15 min 2 h 15 min Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens

Common Errors Algebra a x 2 = 2a (not a2) 2 + a is not 2a Percentage 0.25% has a different value from 0.25 Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Common Errors The % symbol must be written when computing percentage sums, e.g. Express as a percentage. x 100 = 25% x 100% = 25% Units of measurement must be written for

word problems in Paper 2, e.g., kg, g, cm, etc Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Common Problem Not showing working or intermediate steps An example: Alan bought 240 bottles of cookies at $18 a dozen. How much did he pay in all? Answer with working Answer only Ans: $36 0 mark x

240 12 = 20 20 x $18 = $36 Ans: $36 x M1 Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Support Help them master basic concepts well Multiplication tables Squared numbers 2x2, 3x3, 4x4, . Cubed numbers 2x2x2, 3x3x3, 4x4x4, .. Relationships: 25% = 0.25 = Memorise formulars Time management Time your child when he/she is doing Paper 1

(50 min) and Paper 2 (1 hr 40 min) Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Support Encourage them to strive for accuracy Not to depend too much on calculators. Calculators cannot be used for Paper 1 Although the use of calculator is allowed for Paper 2, pupils have to show working clearly to get method marks Help to look out for wrong mathematical statements or units of measurements Ensure that your child completes all practice papers and written assignments given seriously Yew Tee Primary School

Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Empowering Curriculum Science Primary 6 Mdm Ng Yaw Ling Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Aims to enthuse pupils in Science learning and build up their scientific skills Content Acquire the knowledge & skill needed to explain what is learnt

Pedagogy Assessment Engage through various learning strategies Evaluate pupils learning Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Explain (Content) Knowledge Process Skills Observe Classify

Compare Energy Forms & Uses Measure Communicate Environment Predict Insert your content Generate Web of Life Analyze Evaluate Adaptation Investigate Plan an experiment Mans Impact on Environment Forces Yew Tee Primary School

Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens A water tank used for flushing a toilet bowl is shown below. The flushing and re-filling system is not shown in the diagram. After flushing, water enters and re-fills the tank. The tank will stop filling when the water reaches level L. James wanted to use less water to flush the toilet bowl. Michelle suggested putting a plastic bottle filled with stones into the water tank. Explain how Michelles suggestion would help reduce the amount of water used to flush the toilet bowl. Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Engage (Pedagogy) Engage our pupils in experiential learning through:

Inquiry-based Learning (Experiments and activities) Enhanced Curriculum Use of ICT (dataloggers, videos, AsknLearn etc) Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Evaluate (Assessment) Standard & Foundation Science Holistic Assessment Formative Assessment

Checkpoints Unit Worksheets Performance Task Practice Papers Summative Assessment SA1 Prelim Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Evaluate (Assessment) Standard & Foundation Science Assessment Task & Weighting Time Term 1 Term 2 Term 3

Term 4 Assessment Task Weighting Performance Task 10% SA1 30% Insert your content10% Checkpoint Prelims 50% 100% Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Evaluate (Assessment) Performance Task (10%)

Theme: Energy / Interactions (Photosynthesis, Forms of Energy or Forces) Rationale: Assess pupils understanding on concepts and skills learnt in Term 1 Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Evaluate (Assessment) Performance Task (10%) Qualitative Feedback Example 1. 2. 3. 4.

Term 1 (Performance Task) The child is able to: Identify the correct apparatus to use to conduct the experiment State the aim if experiment and identify variables clearly Analyse data and make a conclusion Give reasonable explanation based on evidence Please tick () Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens

Evaluate (Assessment) SA1 (Standard Science) Total Time for Booklets A and B: 1 h 45 min Booklet Item Type A Multiple Choice OpenEnded B Number of Questions

Number of Marks per Question Total Marks 2 60 Insert your content 30 Weighting for whole year 30%

14 24 40 Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Evaluate (Assessment) Foundation Science SA1 Total Time for Booklets A and B: 1 h 15 min Number of Marks per Question Total

Marks Booklet Item Type Number of Question A Multiple Choice 16 2

32 68 23 14 6-8 2-4 24 B Structured Open-Ended Weighting

30% Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Evaluate (Assessment) Prelim (Standard Science) Total Time for Booklets A and B: 1 h 45 min Booklet Item Type A Multiple Choice OpenEnded

B Number of Questions Number of Marks per Question Total Marks 2 60 Insert your content

30 Weighting for whole year 50% 14 24 40 Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Evaluate (Assessment) Foundation Science Prelim

Total Time for Booklets A and B: 1 h 15 min Number of Marks per Question Total Marks Booklet Item Type Number of Question A

Multiple Choice 16 2 32 68 23 14 6-8 2-4 24

B Structured Open-Ended Weighting 50% Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Areas of Concern Weak in inferring and interpretation of data Weak in applying knowledge & concepts learnt in a new context Weak in answering techniques No comparison

Incomplete answer Not answering the question Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Citizenship Primary 6 Mdm Shima Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens The 3As Approach in NE Experience Citizenship Total Defence Day /

Theme: Everyone has a part in Total Defence Activity / Remarks Assembly & SS Lesson Emergency Exercise Focus: All 5 aspects of AWARENESS Defence International Friendship Day / Assembly & SS Lesson Theme: Importance of IFD Fair Interconnectedness and Immersion Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens The 3As

Approach in Citizenship NE Experience Racial Harmony Day / Theme: National and global AWARENESS issues on Racial Harmony National Day Theme: Singapore Our Home Activity / Remarks Assembly & SS Lesson Singapore Trivia Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens

The 3As Approach in Citizenship NE Experience Self-reflection ATTITUDE Circle Time conducted during SS Lessons / (Awareness and Attitude) Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens The 3As Approach in Citizenship

AWARENESS Social Studies Scope: Formative Assessment Chosen Activities from the Activity Book Discovering SEA Performance Task: To create a tour package - the main focus is to explore one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in a South-east Asian country. 20 Marks

30 Marks Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Citizenship Activate will be covered under Service (VIA) Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens CREATIVITY Insert your content Mdm Chang Mei Cheng Yew Tee Primary School

Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens 3A Approach to Aesthetics Activities P6 Performing and creating music Music Art AWARENESS Aesthetics Song Writing Free Expression Stage

Gallery Walk Arts Assembly CCA Arts Excursion Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens 3A Approach to Form Aesthetics P6 Self reflection Formative 3As (Awareness, Attitude, Activate) using Circle Time

ATTITUDE Summative Performance Rubrics Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens 3A Approach to Aesthetics Programmes Competitive CCAs ACTIVATE Development of Aesthetics leaders Budding STAR Concerts and School performances Yew Tee Primary School

Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens LEADERSHIP Insert your content Mr Prabhu Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Every Pupil is a Leader LEVEL Lead Self Lead Peer Lead School P1

P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 Class Council Subject Representatives Aesthetics Leaders CCE Ambassadors Junior Junior Prefects Prefects Prefects Prefects Sports

Sports PE Junior Leaders Leaders Captains Sports Leaders Insert your content Prefects Sports Leaders Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens The 3As Approach to Leadership

AWARENESS Curriculum P6 Formal Form Teacher Guidance Period (FTGP) curriculum Co-curriculum Lead Self : Leadership Lectures Experiences Leadership Training Pupil Leaders Assemble Co-curriculum I Can After-school Programme School-based Growing Years CCE Education in Career Guidance (ECG) Yew Tee Primary School

Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens The 3As Approach to Leadership Concrete Experience & Reflective Observation P6 Self Reflection Formative Assessment ATTITUDE

Summative Assessment 3As (Awareness, Attitude, Activate) using Circle Time Lead Self : HDP Conduct Grades Rubric Class Council : Lead Peer Assessment Rubric Mentor-Mentee Pupil Leadership Portfolio Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens The 3As Approach Opportunities to lead to Leadership ( class & school based) Class Council Subject representatives

Prefects ACTIVATE Sports Leaders P6 Most Creative & Conducive Classroom Awards Yew Tee I Wish Suggestion Scheme School Assembly Discipline Duties Pledge-taking Flag Party Safety Committee Canteen Committee PE lessons Recess Play Programme Sports Fiesta ( Caterpillar, Chrysalis & Butterfly Series ) West Zone Olympic Day

Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Opportunities to lead The 3As Approach ( class & school to Leadership based) CCE Ambassadors ACTIVATE Aesthetics Leaders P6 International Friendship Day

Racial Harmony Day Total Defence Day National Day Use Your Hand Campaign Aesthetics Week Budding Star Doodle Wall Aesthetics Corner Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens SERVICE Mr Prabhu Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens

The 3As Approach to Service P6 Visit to Lions Befrienders AWARENESS Touch of Love Workshop on awareness of hospice patients (elderly sick) ATTITUDE Reflection on the visit ACTIVATE Planning for and execution of visit

Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens ACTION Ms Pek Pei Yu Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Highlights for P6 Competitive CCA (Sports) - Participation in the National School Games (Primary) for Senior Division - Direct School Admission (DSA) in sports Health Education

- Managing peer influence - Relationships during Puberty National Physical Fitness Award (NAPFA) test Sportsboy & Sportsgirl Award - One boy & one girl from a competitive CCA Sports Fiesta (Butterfly Series) - Track & Field events Sports Leader - Chief & Deputy Chief to serve a full term Yew Tee Primary School

Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Empowering Curriculum Mother Tongue Languages Primary 6 Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Briefing Venues Subject Venue Chinese Language Hall Malay Language

Language Room 2 (D2-02-00) Insert your content Tamil Language Language Room 1 (D2-01-00) Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens To develop the general ability, civic literacy & cultural awareness alongside the development of the language skills Content ( ) Acquire the

knowledge & skill needed to explain what is learnt Pedagogy( ) / Engage through various learning strategies Assessment( ) Evaluate pupils learning Yew Tee Primary School

Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Content (Explain) Knowledge Process Skills Listening Speaking Reading Insert your content Writing Cultural Awareness Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens

Assessment (Evaluate) CL Holistic Assessment Semestral Assessment 1 & 2 Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Assessment (Evaluate) Skills/ Term Listening Speaking

Reading Writing 1 2 3 3 - 10%(FCL) - 10% (Std CL)

- SA1: 30% 10%(FCL) - HA Weighting 10%(Std CL) (Prelim) SA2: 50% Insert your content Essay-writing skills (Feedback to parents) Comprehension skills (Feedback to parents)

Speaking Skills (Feedback to Parents for FCL pupils only) Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens e l p Sa m Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Evaluate (Assessment) SA1/2 EXAM FORMAT SA1/Prelim MT

HMT Paper 1: Composition 20% 40% Paper 2: Language Use & Comprehension 45% 60% Paper 3: Oral 25% Insert your content

Paper 4: Listening Comprehension 10% - Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Evaluate (Assessment) SA1/2 EXAM FORMAT SA1/Prelim FMT Paper 1: Comprehension (MCQ)

10% Paper 2: Oral Insert 60% Paper 3: Listening Comprehension your content 30% Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens /

Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens 2 Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens 3.

(a) 1 1 Q1. ______________ Q2. ______________ Q3. ______________ Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens 3. (c) 8 Q26.

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3 Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Assessment (Evaluate) : 2 2.10 3.10 2 more compulsory lessons

Note: MT & HMT are reflected as 2 different subjects on Report Slip. Every Fri, 2.10pm to 3.10pm. Sit for BOTH MT & HMT exams. Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Assessment (Evaluate) Higher MT: Paper 1 Composition Paper 2 Language Use (2 cloze/2 compre) Grading: Distinction : 80 marks & above Merit : 65-79

Pass : 50-64 Ungraded : Below 50 Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens HMT At PSLE Grades are converted to points ONLY if pupils are offered SAP schools: 80 & Distinctio 3 points n Merit

Pass above 65-79 50-64 2 points 1 points Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens / Pedagogy (Engage) : (CL Reading Programme) ICT (ICT assignment) (Chinese Hub)

Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens (Reading Programme) Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens (Reading Programme) Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens

Show interest in your childs CL learning experiences and encourage him or her to share them with you. Have good conversation with your child. This will not only help reinforce what he or she has learnt, but also creates a good opportunity for family bonding. Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Bring your child to the library or bookshops to cultivate a reading habit. Good reading helps your child in creative-writing.

Watch quality Chinese language television programmes together. Make use of objects in your environment such as road signs and advertisements to engage your child in CL conversations. Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Thank You Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens

Taklimat bagi ibu bapa Darjah 6 Bahasa Melayu Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Membina kemahiran asas serta kesedaran budaya dan nilai di samping pembinaan kemahiran bahasa. To develop the general ability, civic literacy & cultural awareness alongside the development of the language skills Content (Isi) Acquire the knowledge & skill needed to explain what is learnt Pedagogy

(Pedagogi Engage through various learning strategies Assessment (Penilaian) Evaluate pupils learning Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Isi & Penerangan Pengetahuan & Kemahiran Mendengar (Listening) Bertutur (Speaking) Membaca (Reading) Insert your content Menulis (Writing) Kesedaran Budaya & Nilai (Cultural

Awareness) Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens BM Std (SA1 & SA2) Kertas Komponen Markah 1 Karangan 40 2

Penggunaan bahasa (Kertas 2) 90 3 Lisan 50 Kefahaman Mendengar 20 Jumlah 200

Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens BM Lanjutan (SA1 & SA2) Kerta s Komponen Markah 1 Karangan 40 2

Penggunaan bahasa (Kertas 2) 60 Jumlah 100 Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens BM Asas (SA1 & SA2) Kerta s Komponen

Markah 1 Kefahaman Mendengar 30 2 Kertas 2 10 3 Lisan 60

Jumlah 100 Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Pedagogi - Menarik minat (Engage) Portal Cybermelayu / AskNLearn(ICT) Pelangganan GenG Dwiminggu Bahasa Ibunda (MT

Fortnight) Kelas EC fokus kepada karangan & lisan Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Penilaian (Assessment) (Evaluate) Ujian Kelas (Checkpoint) Lembaran Kerja (Worksheets) Penilaian Holistik (HA) Peperiksaan SA1 & Preliminari Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens

P5 SA2 2015 Grade A* A B C D E U Marks 91-100

75-90 60-74 50-59 35-49 20-34 <20 - 42.4 36.4 6.1

9.1 6.1 % Peratusan A*/A yang agak rendah Masih ada yang gagal Ramai yang lemah dalam bahagian karangan & kefahaman objektif. Kosa kata yang terhad Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Sokongan Ibu Bapa Berinteraksi dalam BM di rumah Memantau tugasan yang diberikan

Menyediakan bahan bacaan BM di rumah Pembelian Kamus Dewan Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Untuk maklumat lanjut, sila lungsuri lelaman web sekolah : http://www.yewteepri.moe.edu.sg/ Slaid-slaid ini akan dinaikmuatkan di lelaman web sekolah selewatlewatnya pada akhir minggu ini. Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens Hubungi Kami Cikgu Najeeb

[email protected] Cikgu Shainas [email protected] Cikgu Isda [email protected] Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens P6 Tamil Language Yew Tee Primary School Reflective Learners, Gracious Citizens

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