QUICK LINKS
Please click the hyperlink above to access MOE Sexuality Education webpage and the 2014 Sexuality Education: Opt-Out Form for Primary 5 pupils.

Kenny Ong was PHPPS FTSC from 2007 to 2013.  
An article featuring his counselling work has been published on Schoolbag.sg. 
Title: Touching Lives as a School Counsellor
Please click the hyperlink below to read the online article.
http://schoolbag.sg/story/touching-lives-as-a-school-counsellor


To view the School Calendar, click "School Calendar". 


125th Anniversary Charity Art Auction
Please click the link for more details, i.e.  Phpps 125th anniversary

125th Anniversary Dinner Tickets are all sold out. Many thanks to all supporters.
 
2014 Briefing for Primary 5&6 Pupils' Parents - Presentation Slides
Please ask your child to login to www.lead.com.sg and  click on the "Lesson" icon.

Next, click on " PHPPS Briefing MSppts for P5&6 Pupils' Parents_2014_Part 1 " hyperlink to view the presentation slides.  Thank you

2014 Briefing for Primary 3&4 Pupils' Parents - Presentation Slides
Please ask your child to login to www.lead.com.sg and  click on the "Lesson" icon.

Next, click on " PHPPS Briefing MSppts for P3&4 Pupils' Parents_2014 " hyperlink to view the presentation slides.  Thank you

2014 Briefing for Primary 1 Pupils' Parents - Presentation Slides

2014 CCA ONLINE REGISTRATION Round 2 (Results)
 
2014 CCA ONLINE REGISTRATION Round 1 (Results)
 
27 Dec 2013
Warm Welcome!
We would like to extend a very warm to our new Vice-Principal, Mrs Jacqueline Hiew, and HOD, ICT, Ms Alice Chua.
We thank our former Vice-Principal, Mrs Wendy See for her service for the school as well. She has been transferred to ACS (Primary).
 
We warmly welcome the following teachers who join the Pei Hwa Presbyterian family as well. They include:
CL Medium -- Miss Chye Xiao Wei (蔡晓薇老师), Mdm Rena Yeo (杨玉蓉老师), Mdm Chua Lay Kwan (蔡丽娟老师), Mr Mok Ying Jia (莫应佳老师)
EL Medium -- Mdm Vanessa Ann Neubronner, Mdm Haryati, Mrs Ninu Lachman
 

Mid-Autumn Festival (MAF) @PHPPS from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on 29.8.14
The school has taken much effort to organize the Mid-Autumn Festival in an extraordinary way. We have invited 3 MediaCorp Channel 8 artistes and 93.3 DJ to join us. The artistes will put up performances and play games with our pupils, while the DJ will be the emcee for the evening.  Pupils and their parents will be able to celebrate and interact with them. 

The theme for the celebration is 'Retro 70s & 80s'. An exciting array of activities and retro food will be available that day. To spice up the ambience, pupils, their parents and other family members as well as former pupils, their parents and other family members can dress up according to the theme as creatively as possible such as bell-bottom pants, flora shirts, polka dot dresses or any clothes that will bring reminisces of the good old days. For the gungho ones, the ladies are most welcome to come in 'beehive' hairdo while the men in Brylcreem-shiny hairdo with long sideburns and big thick-rimmed spectacles. Besides these, usual decent attires for the evening are fine too.

A coupon system is being introduced this year to minimize the management of cash on the actual day. Tickets and coupons for the MAF event will be sold during recess from 19-22.8.14 and 25-27.8.14 as well as from 6 p.m. on 29.8.14. All payments for food, beverages and participation in games will be transacted using coupons. Coupons sold can only be redeemed through the purchase of goods sold on that day. No refund of coupons in cash will be made. All proceeds collected will go to the school building fund for PERI upgrading to facilitate the school to transit into a single session school.

The school seeks the pupils, their parents and other family members' as well as former pupils, their parents and other family members' unwavering support and look forward to your active participation on 29.8.14.



Primary 4 Annual Camp (21-22.8.14)
Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are the programme details in the camp?

CAMP SYNOPSIS

The Primary 4 Outdoor Adventure Camp provides an opportunity for pupils to enjoy a rustic outdoor experience, which is out of their comfort zone, and allows them to explore and venture within a safe and nurturing environment. The camp also aims to foster a sense of teamwork and camaraderie among the pupils as they encourage one another to pursue excellence.

Objectives:

The objectives of the camp are to:

1. Foster a sense of teamwork and camaraderie among the pupils;

2. Develop responsibility, leadership and decision-making skills.

3. Expose pupils to various outdoor activities and build their resilience through these activities; and

4. Develop in our pupils the respect for one another as they interact and manage challenges together.

Time

Day 1

Day 2

0600-0630

 

Rise & Shine

0630-0700

Devotion & Breakfast

0700-0730

Assemble in school

0730-0800

Attendance-taking

Area Cleaning

0800-0830

Depart for Dairy Farm Adventure Centre

Day Activities

0830-0900

0900-0930

Welcome & safety briefing

0930-1000

Moving in

1000-1030

1030-1100

Ice-breaker games and objective setting

1100-1130

Lunch

1130-1200

Devotion & Lunch

1200-1230

Day Activities

1230-1300

1300-1330

Day Activities

1400-1430

1430-1500

1500-1530

Area Cleaning

1530-1600

1600-1630

Prize-Presentation and Closing Ceremony

1630-1700

1700-1730

Travel back to school

1730-1800

Shower

Arrive in School

1800-1830

 

1830-1900

Devotion & Dinner

1900-1930

1930-2000

Night Activity

2000-2030

2030-2100

2100-2130

2130-2200

Supper and Night Debrief

2230-2300

Lights Out

 


Start and End Time:

First Day – 7.10 a.m.                             Report to school

Second Day – 5.30 p.m.                        Arrival in school to be dismissed

Accommodation:

Pupils will be sleeping in well-ventilated dormitories in MOE Dairy Farm Adventure Centre.


2. What are the safety arrangements, especially for the high-risk activities?

High Element (H.E) Activities

There will be certified MOE high element specialists in addition to the presence of group facilitators (1 Facilitator maximum of 20 Participants Ratio) during the activities.

There will be 24-hour first-aiders on site and an evacuation plan has been put in place.

Risk Assessment has been conducted by both the school and the vendor prior to the camp.


3. Is the vendor experienced in running an outdoor adventure camp?

The instructors engaged by our vendor, Innotrek, are qualified outdoor specialists. The main trainers are full-time staff with them. They have at least 1 year experience in running similar programmes.

Pupils were briefed prior to the camp (- Term 3, Week 6) on the necessary details. (Objectives, expectations, packing list, etc...)

 

4. How many teachers will be present? What is the ratio of adults to children, both daytime and overnight?

The teacher-pupil ratio will be kept at a maximum of 1:20 for both day and night activities. If the number of instructors/facilitators are included, the adult-pupil ratio is approximately 1:8 for daytime and overnight.

 

5. What is the wet weather/haze programme?

Indoor activities will be conducted under shelters during inclement weather. However, the camp will be cancelled once the PSI hits 201 and above and all participants are required to head back to school before going home.

 

6. Are pupils' parents allowed to visit the campsite?

No. For safety reasons and to prevent the disruption of the camp programme, pupils' parents are not allowed to visit the campsite at all times. A child will tend to lose focus and may request to go home if he/ she sees his/her parents. Resilience is one of the values the school would like to instill in the pupils so parents will help by not visiting the campsite unless it is an emergency.

In case of emergency, pupils' parents are to contact the Primary 4 Camp Coordinator, Mr. Wong by dialling the school mobile phone number: 96284693. (Line activation time & date: 9 a m , 21 August 2014)


7. Are mobile phones allowed in the campsite?

For security reasons, all mobile phones will be collected before the start of the camp for safe-keeping and they will be returned to the pupils when the pupils are back in school. Pupils are allowed to use their mobile phones to contact their parents upon dismissal from school. 

 

8. Will there be time for my child to call home to update me that he or she is alright?

No, the teachers do not allow the participants to use any of their mobile phones during the camp unless it is an emergency. If a pupil's parents need to contact their child due to an emergency, they contact the teachers at 96284693. 

 

9. Are there mosquitoes, wild animals and insects in the campsite?

The vendor conducts pest control services weekly at the campsite. There may be mosquitoes around as it is an outdoor environment. Pupils are encouraged to bring mosquito patches/stickers but no mosquito coils are allowed. 

 

10. How do pupils' parents receive updates on the progress of the camp?

All pupils' parents will receive updates through SMS at least once a day.  

 

11. Brief description of the food provided. Will the food for the camp be spicy? Will there be special arrangement made for vegetarian or any dietary specifications?

There will be a total of 1 Breakfast, 2 Lunches, 1 Dinner and 1 Supper. All catered food will be halal certified. There will not be any spicy food given during the camp. Any special diets (example: vegetarian etc) will be provided if reflected in the Consent Form.

 

12. Can pupils bring food and drinks to the camp in case they are hungry?

There is sufficient food catered during the camp. As the campsite is surrounded by nature, bringing extra food in the bag will attract unwanted pests. Pupils' parents are to discourage their children from bringing any food.

 

13. If a pupil has a sleepwalking problem, will any measures be taken?

The pupil will sleep in the room on the 1st floor of the dormitory and teachers on sentry duties will check on him / her regularly.

 

14. If a pupil is very afraid of heights, will he /she be forced to go through those high elements?

The instructors and teachers will not force a pupil to participate in an activity that he/she is not comfortable with. The instructors will do their best to encourage him / her to try. Nevertheless, the final decision rests with the pupil.

 

15. What is the contingency plan should the haze situation worsens?

The school and the vendor have come up with the haze contingency plan below based on MOE guidelines:

PSI 0-100: Activities continue as per normal

PSI 100-200: Indoor activities commence

PSI 201 and above: Evacuate campsite and return to school

In case of evacuation, pupils' parents will be informed by teachers through a phone call to pick their children up in school.



Updates: SA2 Examination Schedule
Please note that:

13.10.14: SA2 English (*For Primary 2 to 5 pupils.)                                                                                                                                                                             20.10.14: SA2 Mathematics (*For Primary 2 to 5 pupils.)                                                                                                                                                                     21.10.14: SA2 Chinese Language Paper 2 (*For Primary 2 to 5 pupils.)                                                                                                                                       23.10.14: SA2 Science (*For Primary 3 to 5 pupils.)                                                                                                                                                                              Please click for Quick Link to School calendar


QUICK LINKS
Dear Pupils, 
You can show your appreciation to your teachers by using the Teachers' Day e-cards from www.teachersday.sg. 


Please click the hyperlink above to access MOE Sexuality Education webpage and the 2014 Sexuality Education: Opt-Out Form for Primary 5 pupils.


Kenny Ong was PHPPS FTSC from 2007 to 2013.  
An article featuring his counselling work has been published on Schoolbag.sg. 
Title: Touching Lives as a School Counsellor
Please click the hyperlink below to read the online article.
http://schoolbag.sg/story/touching-lives-as-a-school-counsellor


To view the School Calendar, click "School Calendar". 


125th Anniversary Charity Art Auction
Please click the link for more details, i.e.  Phpps 125th anniversary

125th Anniversary Dinner Tickets are all sold out. Many thanks to all supporters.
 
2014 Briefing for Primary 5&6 Pupils' Parents - Presentation Slides
Please ask your child to login to www.lead.com.sg and  click on the "Lesson" icon.

Next, click on " PHPPS Briefing MSppts for P5&6 Pupils' Parents_2014_Part 1 " hyperlink to view the presentation slides.  Thank you

2014 Briefing for Primary 3&4 Pupils' Parents - Presentation Slides
Please ask your child to login to www.lead.com.sg and  click on the "Lesson" icon.

Next, click on " PHPPS Briefing MSppts for P3&4 Pupils' Parents_2014 " hyperlink to view the presentation slides.  Thank you

2014 Briefing for Primary 1 Pupils' Parents - Presentation Slides

2014 CCA ONLINE REGISTRATION Round 2 (Results)
 
2014 CCA ONLINE REGISTRATION Round 1 (Results)
 
27 Dec 2013
Warm Welcome!
We would like to extend a very warm to our new Vice-Principal, Mrs Jacqueline Hiew, and HOD, ICT, Ms Alice Chua.
We thank our former Vice-Principal, Mrs Wendy See for her service for the school as well. She has been transferred to ACS (Primary).
 
We warmly welcome the following teachers who join the Pei Hwa Presbyterian family as well. They include:
CL Medium -- Miss Chye Xiao Wei (蔡晓薇老师), Mdm Rena Yeo (杨玉蓉老师), Mdm Chua Lay Kwan (蔡丽娟老师), Mr Mok Ying Jia (莫应佳老师)
EL Medium -- Mdm Vanessa Ann Neubronner, Mdm Haryati, Mrs Ninu Lachman