All parents want the very best for their children and they want to see their children motivated, eager to learn and happy in coming to school. Learn more by attending the workshop.
The Mother Tongue Fortnight lasted from 19 to 29 March 2018. Our students took part in the various organised activities.
Our Primary 1 students participated in this camp on the 19 to 23 March. The students had their first experience displaying their talent on the school stage.
Be the Change: Be Kind, Be Gracious Eight P4 students will unveil their Kindness Project within the school over a period of four months! Kindess is in everyone. Let's make the change now!
Our school is extremely delighted to present Arts Festival - Enchanted Tales: A Musical Journey. This event is an expression of our belief in providing different platforms to showcase the artistic talents of our students. This year's festival will also be our first foray into staging a musical, infusing drama with song and dance by our 600 performers.
We have adopted the suggestion given by some parents during our engagement session last year and have made arrangements with the school's transport company to provide a shuttle service from back gate to school.
As part of school-home communications, we have planned for a Parents' Engagement on School Upgrading Work on Thursday, 22 March 18 at 7 p.m. Click to find out more.
Holistic Assessment information for Primary 1 & 2
KCS is organising our annual Parents' Symposium on 7 April 2018. We would like to invite all our parents to attend the event and gain beneficial knowledge from our presenters! Register the symposium via MC Online!
Be the Change: Be Ready, Be Prepared. Our school stimulated a security incident in school and conducted a lockdown followed by a whole school evacuation to an external holding area. Through this exercise, our students are reminded to be always ready and prepared in a crisis.
The Health Promotion Board (HPB) will provide their annual health services for our P1 and P5 students. This will be held from 5 March to 20 March 2018. Parents are required to provide important documents to ensure smooth running of the health screening service.
MOE Kindergarten is organising its open house for all parents. Visit an Open House near you to find out more!
The theme for the month is Be the Change, Be a Good Role Model. Teachers role model what teamwork is all about, students are given the opportunities to work in teams and acquire life skills and parents forge partnership with teachers to help students be better learners.
Slides for Parents Briefing
We invite all parents to attend our annual Parents’ Briefing on Saturday, 27 January 2018. The session seeks to inform all parents on our school’s teaching approaches, assessment matters and how you can support your children at home. See you this Saturday!
Alumni Talk Series by Dr Wilson Lim and Mr Lim Eng Lok
Our children are the wonders in our life. In Kheng Cheng School, we believe that the world is bigger than the classroom. And while they are in it, we will make sure that they learn and grow; well and strong, in both mind and heart. In 2018, we will call on the village and especially your support and partnership to make their learning journey with us as enriching as possible. In the movie “Wonder”, Auggie, a young child with Treacher Collins Syndrome said, “We all need a standing ovation at least once in our life”. We will all endeavour to do that at our very own Arts Fest at the Singapore Conference Hall in Jun 2018.
P1 Parents' Engagement Session 2018
We invite all P1 (2018) parents to school for an engagement session on Tue, 2 Jan 2018 from 7.35am – 12.20pm. We strongly encourage you to attend this session to better support your child's learning and holistic development. Please refer to the Orientation Booklet that you have received on 17 Nov for things to bring for the first few days of school.