Welcome to Fengshan Primary School …
I hope 2012 has been as great a year for you as it has been for Fengshan Primary
School. I am glad to be given the privilege to continue with the journey of bringing
out the best in our pupils and helping them to move on to the next level.
2012 has been a busy but fruitful year for Fengshan. As we look back into 2012 and
reflect on our strive towards the vision of developing our pupils to become leaders of
tomorrow with anchored hearts and driven minds, we are heartened to share that our
pupils have grown holistically as are evident of their achievements in different areas.
Our P6 pupils have done well in their 2012 PSLE. We would like to congratulate our
top pupil, Huang Xin, for her outstanding performance. She has done the school
proud by attaining a score above 275. In addition, the number of pupils scoring
250 or more surpasses that of previous years. Our pupils have also excelled in
the area of Aesthetics and the Sports with the performing arts groups securing 1
Gold and 4 Silver during the SYF competition and Netball group clinching National
Championship for the senior division. To affirm our efforts in the physical, social and
moral domain, the school has been accorded the PSE status (Netball) and MOE
Character Development Award as well as National Education Development Award.
All these achievements would not have been possible without the commitment
and dedication of our staff, pupils, parents and partners. Once again, I would like
to express my utmost appreciation to everyone in the Fengshan family for their
continuous support and fine work.
For the year 2013, we remain committed in nurturing our pupils into loyal individuals
with strength of character and a determination to succeed in the spirit of lifelong
learning. We will continue on the journey of bringing out the best in our pupils and
helping them to move on to the next level by providing a student-centric and values-
driven education. The school will also continue to offer a wide range of programmes
which caters to the differing cognitive needs of the pupils and create a myriad of
opportunities for pupils to enrich their educational experiences.
This year, the school will kick start its PERI upgrading. While the on-site PERI
upgrading may pose some inconvenience to everyone, we are looking forward to
the physical enhancement as the new facilities will help the school to fulfil its goal of
developing the 21st century skills, competencies and dispositions of our pupils. We
seek your understanding and patience as we embark on this change.
We know that all our aspirations for 2013 can only be achieved through the
collaborative efforts of the pupils, staff, parents and partners. We look forward to
working alongside all of you to bring out the best in our pupils.
Together with my staff, I wish you a joyful and pleasant year ahead.
Mrs Vivien Low