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2019 Achievements

The Girls' Brigade

The Girls’ Brigade took part in the Microbits Competition at the National Low Guat Tin (LGT) Challenge on 1 June 2019. The theme of this project is “Code to Serve”. To prepare for this challenge, our students attended the Microbits workshop to learn Coding skills. They then applied the skills and knowledge to design a Sound Monitor Box using recycled materials. The Sound Monitor Box is used to help students to be aware of their noise level in the classroom. When the light on the monitor box turns red, it indicates that the class is too noisy, and students will need to lower their noise level. This device will also help to instill self-discipline among the students when they are alone in the classroom. For their effort and dedication, our students clinched the Bronze Award in the LGT Challenge.

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Basketball CCA

The Basketball CCA Teams have work very hard together to achieve excellence for themselves.  In the process of training and competing, the pupils have acquired many values such as teamwork, perseverance and resilience. 

We are happy for their hard-earned achievements. We will continue to seek for opportunities to develop them into young boys and girls with great characters.



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The Junior Girls Team has put in their best effort to achieve Champion in the tiered round of National Basketball Competition 2019 organised by SPSSC. 


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Our Junior Boys School Team came in 2nd in the tiered round of National Basketball Competition 2019 organised by SPSSC. Our SB came in top 10 in North Zone Primary Schools Basketball Competition 2019.

2nd Text Recital Competition

2nd Text Recital Competition for Primary and Secondary Schools is jointly organised by the Committee to Promote Chinese Language Learning, Anderson Primary School and Chinese Teachers Literary Recital Society. Through this competition, we hope to ignite our students’ love for learning Chinese Language and deepen their understanding of the texts in their textbooks through text recitals. Our primary 2, 3 and 4 pupils have represented the school and achieve Bronze award.

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National Young Shutterbugs (NYS)

The National Young Shutterbugs (NYS) is an annual national photography competition organised by Canberra Secondary School's Digital Media in Visual Arts Club (DMA). It is the first time that Infotech Club has participated in this event. The pupils used ipad to take and also edit the photos. We have achieved 3rd prize in the Compassion – Touching Heart category.

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Creative Hands CCA - SYF Certificate of Recognition

Artist Statement
We wanted to create a place where we could seek shelter after playing. We brainstormed and decided that a chapteh would best represent us as children of Singapore playing together with fellow residents, in a safe, beautiful and fun-filled environment. What can be more appropriate than a huge chapteh!

Teacher Mentor's Comment
Very heartening to see students get all excited, creating an artwork that not only represents themselves as artists, but expresses how they connect their lives with the past, present and future. The concept of a chapteh made from batik oozes nostalgia, cheekiness and a touch of contemporary in the form.


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JM Fraser Award for Excellence

JM Fraser Award for Excellence was awarded to the Boys’ Brigade Company. They had effectively excelled in the areas of Company Administration and Operations.


Cub Scouts - The Akela Award

We are glad to announced that 11 Cub Scouts have managed to clinch the Akela Award this year. This is the highest number of students receiving this award in the history of our school.

The Akela Award is the highest progression award in primary school scouting. The 11 students went through 3 rounds of rigorous testing and interviews. They met all the requirements for the award.

Not only that, we would also like to congratulate Celleste Eng of 6 Joy as she is selected to be the Valedictorian of North Area Cub Scouts out of the 200 Akela Awardees.

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Future Problem Solving-Primary 4

As part of the school’s strategic initiative to develop our students’ metacognitive skills, Future Problem Solving Enrichment Program provides opportunities for students to develop critical, inventive and reflective capabilities.

Primary 4 Joy students worked on Project T.E.S. (Think, Eat, Save). Many studies have shown that food wastage is prevalent in Singapore and globally. The team aims to raise awareness about food wastage reduction and encourage the community to modify food practices to achieve a desirable outcome.

The student team conducted research, surveys and interviews about this community problem, brainstormed for solution ideas, came up with an action plan and collaborated with school departments, government agencies and external organisations to implement their solutions.

Through their outreach efforts, the team has established connective relationships with the school staff, students, parents and community partners. The team organised recess activities in school, set up exhibition booths at the school’s Open House and 25th Anniversary Celebration, and conducted lessons at Sparkletots Preschool and Skool4Kidz Preschool. IN July, the team was invited to share their project at a Residents’ Block Party. Mr Ong Ye Kung, Minister of Education and MP for Sembawang GRC (Gambas), complimented the students’ efforts.

Project T.E.S. also won 1st in Community Problem Solving category (Junior division) in the Future Problem Solving Program National Finals and was invited to the International Conference which will be held in University of Massachusetts, United States next year.

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Future Problem Solving - Primary 5 

A group of Primary 5 students worked on Project Eat Fit since 2018. Ultra-processed food is prevalent in the diet of Singaporeans and its consumption is increasing rapidly. Since increased consumption of ultra-processed food could lead to health-related problems such as cancer, obesity and diabetes, which are national health concerns, the team aims to promote a lower ultra-processed food diet among students and their families so that the risk of contracting diet-related diseases could be reduced.

The student team conducted research, surveys and interviews about this community problem, brainstormed for solution ideas, came up with an action plan and collaborated with school departments, government agencies and external organisations to implement their solutions.

Through their outreach efforts, the team has established connective relationships with the school staff, students, parents and community partners.

The team has clinched 2nd placing in the Future Problem Solving Programme Singapore National Finals 2018. With this achievement, the team was invited to represent Singapore in the Future Problem Solving Programme International Conference at the University of Massachusetts (UMass), Amherst, USA. in June 2019. At the international conference, the team came in 2nd placing in the Community Problem Solving (CmPS) category, Junior division.

The team has created a Healthy Healthy Card Game which was among 8 out of 22 Singaporean inventions invited to showcase at the National Invention Convention and Entrepreneurship Expo in USA in May 2019. The Little Red Dot newspaper for primary school featured this invention in the 1st April issue.

Locally, the team organised recess activities in school, set up exhibition booths at the school’s Open House and 25th Anniversary Celebration, organised activities for adults with intellectual disabilities from MINDS, and conducted lesson at Sparkletots Preschool and Skool4Kidz Preschool. In July 2019, the team was invited to share their project at a Residents’ Block Party. Mr Ong Ye Kung, Minister of Education and MP for Sembawang GRC (Gambas), complimented the students’ efforts.






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