President’s Award for Teachers (PAT)
The President’s Award for Teachers (PAT) gives national recognition to the critical role teachers play in moulding the future of our nation.These teachers prepare students for life, as well as model commitment to continuous learning and enterprise. They inspire both their students and peers through their words and deeds. Click here for the PAT Nomination Form.
Outstanding Youth in Education Award (OYEA)
The Outstanding Youth in Education Award gives national recognition to young teachers who are role models for the teaching profession. These educators motivate, challenge and inspire their students to realise their full potential. They personify deep passion for teaching, youthful idealism, energy and enthusiasm, and play a critical role in moulding the future of our nation. Click here for the OYEA Nomination Form.
The Outstanding Contribution Awards (OCA) are given by MOE in recognition of significant value-added contributions by staff who have made an impact on the school. In this exceptional year, the OCA (Covid-19) recognises the following staff members’ exceptional efforts in managing their respective areas amidst the challenges:
- Mr Henry Look, our Operations Manager, for his key role in ensuring the safety of all staff and students during the Covid-19 pandemic. He led his team in implementing Safe Management Measures (SMM) such as temperature taking, social distancing and setting up wipe-down equipment in all parts of the school.
- Mrs Teresa Tay, Mr Chua Kah Hern, Mdm Kimberly Koh, Mr Leow Qinjin and Mdm Yeo Chay Yee for championing the use of ICT tools to facilitate online learning during full HBL. They inspired other teachers to go beyond their comfort zone and explore new ways of teaching.
- Ms Luciana Jiang and Ms Sharon Lee, our School Counsellor and Student Welfare Officer, for looking after the mental and emotional well-being of our students.
The MSEA is an MOE-wide award that recognises MOE staff who are passionate in their service delivery, consistently serve internal and external customers with C.A.R.E (Collaborate, Anticipate, Reach out, Empathise) and inspire their colleagues to do likewise. Our heartiest congratulations to the following staff:
Platinum – Ms Maddie Wong
Gold – Ms Liu Cuixian, Mr Chua Kah Hern
Silver – Ms Sophia Goh, Ms Magdalene Ho, Ms Judy Kong, Ms Munirah Binte Talat Mahmood, Ms Nelita Binte Kadmadi, Ms Eileen Puah, Mdm Stephanie Song, Ms Usha Rani
We are pleased to welcome your child into Blangah Rise Primary School!
As your child begins his/her first steps into formal schooling, we want to ease the journey with you and your child, starting with our P1 Orientation Day on 12 November 2020. We believe that in our Learning Campus, this journey will be one where we will grow deep and grow together in the exciting years ahead.
This year’s P1 Orientation will take the format of a Webinar, as part of the precautionary safe management measures for Covid-19.
We will provide you with information on how you can complete the online submission of the necessary finance and school administrative matters in subsequent announcements. You may refer to more updates and details on the P1 Orientation and P1 Admin Day on this page.
The Caring Teacher Awards is a biennial event that pays tribute to teachers who go beyond the call of duty for the holistic development of their students and ensure their charges grow up to be confident and independent learners for our nation. Started in 1996, the Caring Teacher Awards is organised by the National Institute of Education, Singapore with support from ExxonMobil Asia Pacific Pte Ltd and the Ministry of Education. This year, 5 of our teachers – Ms Usha Rani, Mdm Kimberly Koh, Ms Ivy Teo, Mr Muhammad Salim and Ms Magdalene Ho – have been conferred the Award. Congratulations!
Congratulations to Ms Puah, Head of Department for Mathematics, for having received the National Day Award (The Commendation Medal, 2020)!
The LEAP Award was launched by our late President SR Nathan in 2011 and awarded by the Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan every year to recognise exceptional teachers who have made a positive impact in nurturing students from the heart. These teachers believe that their students have the potential to excel beyond their capabilities. The Award also aims to motivate all teachers in Singapore to strive to be nurturing and effective educators. Congratulations to Mr Goh, our Year Head for Middle Primary, for having been conferred the LEAP Award 2020!