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Character Education

TKP School Values and ‘I Will’ Statements

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TK PR2IDE – Our 6 school values

A school-based curriculum has been specially developed by the teachers for the students. School values are taught explicitly in class through stories, videos, role-playing, class discussion, reflections etc. Each value has a slogan, definition and 4 “I WILL” statements.

Staying the course despite the difficulties or obstacles faced.
Showing consideration for others’ feelings and rights.
Acting correctly and being accountable for my actions.
Never give up.
Show regard for others.
Take charge of my actions.
4 “I Will”
I Will:
1.    Set goals.
2.    Keep on trying.
3.   Face obstacles head-on.
4.  Stay positive in difficult times.
I Will:
1.    Have good manners.
2.   Accept others’ differences.
3.  Treat others fairly.
4.  Value others.
I Will:
1.    Do what is expected of me.
2.   Give my best.
3.   Take care of myself, others and the environment.
4.   Apologise and make things right when I am wrong.

Being honest and exercising the moral courage to do what is right.
Exercising control of myself.
Being able to understand and share others’ emotions and experiences.
Stand up for what’s right.
Be in control.
Put myself in others’ shoes.
4 “I Will”
I Will:
1.    Speak and act truthfully.
2.   Keep my promises. 
3.  Support those who are right.
4.  Do the right thing even when  no one is watching.
I Will:
1.   Think before I act.
2.   Stay on task.
3.   Balance work and play.
4.   Act appropriately according to the situation.
I will
1.   Understand others by listening attentively.
2.   See things from others’ perspectives.
3.   Reach out to others in need.
4.   Treat others as I want them to treat me.

Key Programmes for Character Education:

  1. Home Period
-    School-Based Value Inculcation Lessons
-    Form Teacher Guidance Period (FTGP)
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Students learnt about the school values through the contributions of the healthcare workers at the frontline and made Thank You cards for them at the various hospitals.


  1. Student Leadership Programme
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  1. Cyberwellness Programme
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Students were having a class debate during Home Period on the benefits of technology on learning.

  1. Environmental Education Programme
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  1. Educational and Career Guidance Programme (ECG)




We are very honoured to have these inspirational speakers to share their experiences with our P6 students. They come with different expertise and experiences from different industries.

Our students were exposed to a variety of career pathways. The speakers who are made up of parent volunteers, alumni and community friends inspire our pupils to dream and set targets for themselves. Our speakers emphasized on the skills, competencies and values which help them to overcome the challenges in life. The sessions turned out to be very engaging though the speakers were appearing in front of them on projected screens in their respective classrooms. It was heartening to see our students taking the opportunities to ask very good questions.

  1. Student Recognition Awards
The school believes in affirming positive qualities demonstrated by the students and aims to highlight the importance of these qualities, as well as the students who consistently exhibit them. The following are the awards given to affirm the students.

a) ECHA Award (National Award)

Outstanding TKP students from Primary 5 and Primary 6 are nominated for his/ her exemplary character and excellent attitude. These students are role models who inspire others to do likewise.

b) Model Pupil of the Year (School-based)

A deserving student from Primary 6 cohort each year is nominated for his/ her exemplary behaviour and excellent attitude.

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c) Star Pupil of the Term (Class-based)

A deserving student from every class is nominated each term for being exemplary in most of the school values consistently.

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Star Pupil Award Presentation

  1. Values in Action (VIA)
Values in Action (VIA) is a key student development experience that supports students' development as socially responsible citizens who contribute meaningfully to the community, through the learning and application of values, knowledge and skills. VIA fosters student ownership over how they contribute to the community.

As part of VIA, students reflect on:
    Their experience.
    The values they have put into practice.
    How they can continue to contribute meaningfully.

The school uses learning experiences to support students’ development as socially responsible citizens by contributing meaningfully to the community via VIA (Values in Action). This also helps students to foster ownership as they contribute to the society. There is a total of 6 domains where each level focus on.

Primary 1: Self
Primary 2: Family
Primary 3: School
Primary 4: Community
Primary 5: Nation
Primary 6: Global

The school’s service learning program comprises of 3 key components:
    • School-wide programmes
    • Level programmes
    • Staff VIA

VIA School-wide programme includes:
    • Chinese New Year Hamper Making for the Elderly Homes
    • Chinese New Year Donations for the Charitable Organizations
    • Children Day’s Appeal Donations
    • Annual Spring Cleaning of School

VIA Level Programme:
In TKP, all students will be equipped with the 5 stages of DT knowledge via Values-In-Action/ Project Work starting in Primary 1. Based on the age appropriateness, certain skills relevant to DT are emphasized in different levels. Through this progressive approach, students will be given opportunities to apply their DT knowledge and skills in problem based activities and acquire dispositions that encourage the development of 21CC:

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By end of P6, students will strengthen their knowledge and skills relating to DT, deepen their entrepreneurship mind-set, and apply values (in alignment with school values) which develop students to be socially responsible citizens who contribute meaningfully to the community.