To instil the interest and enjoy the learning of Chinese Language, Chinese Department make use of the advancements in Information & Communication Technology (ICT) as an invaluable tool for enhancing the ways our teachers and students teach and learn.
We will also continue to expose students to culture and values through MTL learning.
We also take into consideration different students’ learning needs, and help students develop essential 21st century competencies such as self-directed and collaborative learning.
This year’s Mother Tongue Fortnight promises
an infusion of joyful learning experiences that seek to enthuse and unleash the
potential of our students. Primary 1, 3 and 6 students made hand puppets, round
fan paintings and decorated bamboo clips to gain hands-on
experience in traditional handcrafts.
The students from Primary 2, 4 and 5 immersed themselves in the performing arts
such as recitation using bamboo clappers and playing on the waist drum. In
addition, students of all levels also took part in different literary competitions, such as poetry
recitation, Chinese songs singing and penmanship. Our students learn and appreciate their
cultures through the cultural activities and instill the interest in the learning
of the Chinese Language.
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To educate the pupils in the culture and traditions of the Chinese during this festive season, every year we invite Xin Yuan Community Care’s elders regardless of ethnicity to involve in the celebration of the Chinese New Year and share the happiness to the less-fortunate.
Chinese Language Enrichment Module (CLEM)
Cultural Performance Exposure Scheme (P1-P6)
Cultural Performance Exposure Scheme (CPES) aims to expose school students to Chinese language-related cultural performance by local and foreign performing arts groups, through providing schools with the necessary funding and support.