Partnership in NSPS strives to strengthen engagement with parents and the community through different channels to create more varied and holistic learning experiences for students to bring out the best in them.
Develop mutually beneficial partnership with stakeholders for collaborations built on trust, support and commitment.
Parent-Teacher Meeting / Parent-Child-Teacher Conferencing Session
‘Every Parent, a Supportive Partner’, with this in mind, we focus on building strong partnership with parents through effective engagement, such as Parent-Teacher Meeting and Parent-Child-Teacher Conferencing sessions so as to support students in their holistic development.
Workshop / Sharing Session for Parents
Through a series of hands-on activities during workshop / sharing sessions, parents learn how to utilise useful strategies to engage their children and guide them in their learning. Sharing sessions such as P6 Parents talk and P4 Subject-Base Banding talk are conducted to ensure parents are kept up to date on new initiatives in the education system.
External School Visit
Through cultural exchange with schools from different countries, it enable our students to gain exposure to different cultures, global issues and yet retain a sense of rootedness to our country. Our students also develop confidence through meaningful activities such as having conversations and discussion with students from other countries.
- Useful website for Parents:
The Schoolbag.sg website is designed to help parents better support the education and development of their children. The website will contain articles on parenting tips, educational news, information on the school curriculum, and resources for parents to support their children’s learning at home. MOE welcomes parents’ feedback on the website and will continue to update and ensure relevance of the resources for parents.
Useful parenting tips:
- Tips of Practising Gratitude and Giving Praise
- Raising Confident Child
- Video: Transitioning to Primary One
- Communicating with your child’s school
The National Advisory Council, COMPASS (COMmunity and PArents in Support of Schools) was established in December 1998 to advise the Ministry of Education on ways in which school-home-community collaboration could be strengthened and promoted. COMPASS aims to develop a common understanding among students, parents, schools and the community about the role that each group should play in a concerted effort to achieve the desired outcomes of education.
Useful parenting tips:
- Information about Preparing Your Child for transition into Primary One
- Information for Edusave
- Information for MOE Financial Assistance Scheme