The English department lined up a number of engaging activities and programmes for the pupils in Term 3. This includes Good English Movement (GEM) Virtual Speakers' Corner, P3 Dramatic Storytelling and English Language Fiesta (ELF).
To show our gratitude to the migrant workers, our P1 and P2 students recorded short messages while the P3 to P6 students wrote cards through the Card-A-Kindness initiative. On 19 August 2022, selected student leaders finally presented the cards to them. We hope that they feel appreciated.
Our students learnt Science in a fun and interesting way during Science Week 2022. Every student had an opportunity to explore the various topics.
As part of the Racial Harmony Day commemoration, we created our very own NVPS Multicultural Mosaic!
Kidz Hideout is an outreach programme conducted for selected Primary 5 students in collaboration with Tzu Chi Humanistic Youth Centre (HYC). Its enrichment programmes target to support and enhance the social-emotional well-being of our P5 students.
This year’s theme “Stronger together, Majulah!” reminds us as Singaporeans that unity in our diversity is what makes us stronger and progressive. That encapsulates our hopes and dreams for our nation as one nation as we celebrate 57 years of independence.
The Mother Tongue Department and the Student Well-Being Committee are collaborating to publish an electronic comic book, titled “Say NO to School Bullying”. Through the comic book, we hope to spread the message that students should study and play together in camaraderie.
Our MK@North View children commemorated Racial Harmony Day by wearing traditional ethnic clothes to school and taking part in a variety of engaging activities. We hope the experiences would strengthen their understanding on one another's cultural heritage and form a shared identity.
Our school won the North Zone Senior Division Boys' Basketball Championship! Well done, boys!
The Innovation and Entrepreneurship Committee aims to nurture the empathetic innovators of tomorrow through its Maker Education programmes. Revolving around the theme of ‘Living Sustainably’, students are given opportunities to think out-of-the-box as they make items using everyday materials to suit their needs and the needs of others.
There will be HBL for P1 and P4 on Thursday, 29th September and Friday, 30th September during the PSLE written examinations. P2 and P3 HBL will take place on Monday, 3 October and Tuesday, 4 October.
Do you need financial assistance? You may apply online from Com Care Short-to-Medium-Term Assistance (SMTA) from 17 May 2022.