ECHA nominations are open!

We are pleased to inform you that the Edusave Character Award (ECHA) is now open for nominations. This award enables schools to recognise students who demonstrate exemplary character and outstanding personal qualities through their behaviour and actions. This award will affirm students who are not just exhibiting character traits and behaviour that are socially expected of them at their age but recognise those who have gone the extra mile in inspiring others, serving the community and overcoming real-life challenges. This award also supports schools’ continuing efforts in nurturing students of good values and character, who are active contributors and concerned citizens.

In Blangah Rise Primary School, we believe in nurturing confident learners and caring leaders. These are Blangahnites of good values and character, who can contribute to the community by caring for those around them. This award will further strengthen the school’s recognition of model students who consistently demonstrate exemplary character. It can also inspire all our students to strive towards being students with strength of character. The ECHA presentation will take place during the year-end Speech and Prize Giving Ceremony.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:

To be eligible for the ECHA, students must fulfil the following criteria:

 

  1. be a Singaporean studying in the school;
  2. has a conduct grade of “Very Good” or “Excellent”; and
  3. consistently demonstrates Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits of Happy Kids for personal and inter-personal effectiveness and the virtues which support the habits. Students must have demonstrated qualities in going the extra mile to help others and showed commitment in making a difference to their community.

If you find any of our Blangahnites deserving of this award and wish to nominate them, please complete the nomination form and return it through your child/ward or to the General Office. Alternatively, you may also submit your nomination online using the QR code below. The closing date for nomination is Tuesday, 28 July 2020.

We look forward to your nomination!

*You can click here for more information on the 7 Habits.

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2020 Primary One Registration Exercise (For Admission to Primary One in 2021): Updates & New Developments

2020 Primary One Registration Exercise (For Admission to Primary One in 2021): Updates & New Developments

1. In the light of the Covid-19 situation, there will not be any in-person registration at schools for the upcoming 2020 Primary One (P1) Registration Exercise this year.

2. The registration of children for admission to P1 classes in 2021 will open from Wednesday, 1 July 2020 to Friday, 30 October 2020. The dates for the different phases of registration can be found at https://www.moe.gov.sg/admissions/primary-one-registration/phases.

3. The list of primary schools and vacancies available will be updated on the P1 Registration website at https://www.moe.gov.sg/admissions/primary-one-registration/ by mid-June 2020.

4. Parents are encouraged to prepare early and regularly check the P1 Registration Exercise website at https://go.gov.sg/p1reg for the latest updates on the registration exercise and the documents required for registration, including registration for overseas Singaporeans.

5. Information on the P1 Registration Exercise is also available as part of the Primary School Education Booklet, which can be downloaded at https://www.moe.gov.sg/education/primary/primary-school-education-booklet.

6. More information can be found in the link below: https://www.moe.gov.sg/news/press-releases/2020-primary-one-registration-exercise-for-admission-to-primary-one-in-2021--updates-and-new-developments

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Home Based Learning Schedule from Primary 1 to Primary 6

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Click on the following to download the Home Based Learning Schedule from Primary 1 to Primary 6:

  1. Schedule for Primary 1 to Primary 6 Home Based Learning (HBL)

Mandatory security measures for video conferencing platforms

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  1. Mandatory security measures for video conferencing platforms