Applied Learning Programme
“I Am a Confident Communicator”
Every Junyuan pupil will be equipped with skills and dispositions for the 21st century in the area of confident communication via the implementation of specific programmes for the whole school and customised programmes for selected pupils.
Show & Tell and Speech & Drama via Moo-O (P1)
Show & Tell and Speech & Drama via Moo-O (P2)
Storytelling via Storyboard (P3)
Producing an Instructional Video (P4)
Group Public Speaking / Basic Journalism (P5)
Individual Public Speaking (P6)
Junyuan Broadcast @ Studio 91
Pupils are provided with opportunities to broadcast upcoming school events, share their personal stories of the events they experienced in the school or outside school or even interesting information or facts on the various subjects that they learn in school. This provide pupils to learn in an authentic environment as they get to prepare scripts about current issues or topics and speak to a real audience.
Ask Me To Read (AMTR)
To develop and maintain a vibrant school library and reading culture, our department rides on this AMTR programme where teachers promote books of different categories during pre-morning assemblies once a month. Teachers will encourage pupils to borrow books of a particular category shared.
During Library Festival, pupils can look forward to playing games that are tied to a theme during recess at the library. Games were also conducted in their Mother Tongue languages. We hope to spark pupils' curiosity about the wonderful world of books through these exciting activities.
In year 2017, the theme was on “Pirates”. Pupils had a chance to play games such as “Unscramble Me!”, “Solving Codes” & “Guess Me!”. This year, the theme will be on the “World of Magic” and pupils can look forward to playing games such as “Words Explosion”, “Tongue Twister”, “Spin and Win”, “Harry Potter Themed Card Game”, “Fishing for Magic Books”
2017 Library Week - “Pirates”
Partnership with NLB for Whole School Reading Programme
We have been collaborating with the National Library Board in promoting reading in our school. Apart from Books2Go and Assembly Talks like Storytelling and Book Buzz. Some pupils also took part in the Kids’ Lit Quiz co-organised with POSB and Read for Books which is a charity book drive.
(Assembly Talks - Primary Storytelling)
(Kids’ Lit Quiz)
MOE Reading Support Programmes (P1 - P4)
Pupils who require further support in reading are enrolled into the following programmes according to their needs.
Learning Support Programme (LSP) a.k.a. Rainbow Classes (P1 & P2)
Reading Remediation Programme (RRP) (P3 & P4)
School-based Dyslexia Remediation (SDR) Programme (P3 & P4)