Members of the Character & Citizenship Education
|Mr Michael Chiew Chee Song||HOD CCE
|Mrs Ong Lee Lian||LH CCE
|Ms Kuan Wai Ling||Member|
|Mrs Janet Doo||Member|
|Mr Raymond Tay||Member|
|Mr Zaphizat Putra||Member|
|Mdm Bong Mui Yoke||Member|
|Ms Ivy Goh||Member|
|Mdm Doreen Wong||Member|
|Ms Chu Jia Ying Christina||Member|
|Mdm Priscilla Lim||Member|
|Ms Siti Liyana||Member|
Programmes incorporated in curriculum (for pupils)
The school believes that only through holistic education can a child be educated both academically as well as in character. In line with the school’s thrust of developing character, the Character & Citizenship Education Department aims to educate the pupils holistically and fulfil the school’s mission of ‘Nurturing Character, Enriching Lives’. The focus for Character & Citizenship Education Department is to inculcate core values in pupils, equip them with life skills and develop their leadership qualities. The following are the key programmes we have to develop our pupils holistically:
Buddy Matching Exercise
During the first week of school, the P5 pupils are ‘buddies’ to the Primary 1 pupils during recess to help the younger ones familiarize with the school setting so that they can adjust to a new environment. This exercise also helps to instil values in the P5 pupils, which is to care for the others.
The Form Teacher Guidance Period (FTGP) is introduced to primary schools for all levels in alignment with recommendations by the Primary Education Review and Implementation (PERI) Committee. The rationale for having FTGP is to provide protected time for form teachers to build positive relationships with their pupils.
FTGP consists of interactive class activities and life skills lessons that aim to equip pupils with SE competencies. In Compassvale primary, we believe in the importance of fostering good relationships with our pupils and social emotional learning.
Character & Citizenship Activity Card (CCE Card)
The CCE card encompasses activities related to values inculcation, National Education, Values in Actions where pupils are strongly encouraged to participate.
CVPS Star Awards
This award is given to pupils who have demonstrated outstanding behaviour, exhibited and practiced some of the school values in their daily school life.
CVPS Point System
It is a school-based reward system which works hand in hand with the CVPS Star Awards. It encourages pupils to practice the school core values and thereby improving the overall conduct of the school. The system also creates opportunities for teachers to encourage their pupils to exhibit positive behaviour.
- Pupil leadership Training
- Prefects Year-end Training
- Class Leaders Training
- Prefects Initiated Community Involvement Programme