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Design a Shirt Programme

HAPPY T-shirt Design Contest Rules and Guidelines

Local Level (Queenstown):
✅ For the contest which held in Queenstown, the participant can sign up in intergenerational teams of 2-3. Each team will include:
▪ Child – Primary school students
▪ Parent (Variation: Aunty / Uncle) AND/OR
▪ Grandparent (Variation: Elderly neighbour)
✅ Maximum of participants is 30 pax
✅ Submission for the design for both local and national level will be to our email dementiafriendlysingapore@gmail.com.
✅ Participants may submit their hard copy design on 12 May or continue working it at home and submitting e-copy by 30 June 2018.
✅ The design should be inspired by the HAPPY exercise
✅ The design must include the word “HAPPY”. Any other words must be in English
✅ The design is created for the front of the t-shirt
✅ Each group can submit unlimited designs to increase chances of winning
✅ Each design must be accompanied with a description of the design with a maximum of 250 words
✅ Judging will be in mid-July and the final contest results will be out in August 2018


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Parent-Child Bonding Session

 

 

Values in Action - Responsibility

 

Values in Action - Integrity

 

Values in Action - Respect

 

Values in Action - Resilience

 

Values in Action - Harmony

Learning Social Studies

What is your child learning in Social Studies?

The Social Studies Primary Unit (Humanities Branch, CPDD2) recently produced a video to raise awareness about the value of Social Studies Primary as a subject.
The video features students who share candidly about why they think they are learning the subject. It aims to help parents and educators realise the importance of Social Studies in developing their children beyond grades and examinations.  As a subject, Social Studies equips our children with key 21st century knowledge, values and skills to take on the challenges of working and living harmoniously with people from diverse cultures and backgrounds in Singapore, our region and beyond.

 

Farewell to QtPSG Chairperson, Grace Choo and Vice-Chairperson, Jerlyn Tan

Two marvellous ladies who have dedicated their time and effort to lead Queenstown Primary School Parent Support Group (QtPSG) over the past 2 1/2 years. We are so blessed to have them lead QtPSG. Without their great effort and leadership skills, there wouldn’t be QtPSG you know today at QtPS. We are forever grateful for their dedication and support.
Thank you Grace and Jerlyn!

 

 

Diversity: Embrace it; Share it and Celebrate it!

QtPSG IFD Event Article - Featured on ZaoBao Newspaper

 

Queenstown Primary School Parent Support Group - QtPSG

QtPSG @ 938 LIVE

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QtPSG on 938LIVE (Click to listen)

The importance of the parent-school partnership, parent support groups (PSG), role of fathers, and how parents who are not part of PSG’s can still be a part of the school volunteer community.
Guests:
Mdm Nafisah bte Ma’mum Suheimi, member of MOE’s COMPASS Advisory Council & member Tampines Primary School PSG
Mr Mike Ang, Head of the Father’s Group & Vice Chairperson, Queenstown Primary School PSG
Mr Feng Wenfu, HOD/CCE, Queenstown Primary School

 

QtPSG - Passing The Leadership Baton

QtPSG – Passing The Leadership Baton

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QtPSG Core Committee Members

 

QtPSG Core Committee Members 2018

QtPSG Core Committee Members 2018

 

 

QtPSG Core Committee Members 2017

QtPSG Core Committee Members 2017 - Resized

 

 

QtPSG Core Committee Members 2016

QtPSG Core Committee Members 2016 - Resized

 

 

 

QtPSG Milestones

 


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