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National Shutterbugs Competition

On 20 November, two groups of our Media Club students took part in the 6th National Young Shutterbugs – Landscapes of Our Time. Both groups did our school proud with Gabriel Yap Min Ying and Chua Jia Yang clinching the First Prize for Arrangement Snapshot and Bryan Eng Jing Kang and Tong Kei Weng achieving the Special Mention Award. Congratulations to the winners!

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3rd National Primary School Chinese Picture Book Competition

3 groups of our P4 students participated in the 3rd National Primary School Chinese Picture Book Competition. The group consisting of Glenda Lim Yu Xuan, Ong Fang Wen, Lu Xing Lin, Lu Xing Cheng and Kevin Le from Primary 4.3 did our school proud by garnering the honourable mention award with their creation of a 24-page  胆小鬼, written and illustrated by them. Congratulations to the awardees!

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Lotus Sustained Achievement Award

Our school has once again achieved the Lotus Sustained Achievement Award 2017. Our staff and students have and will always be involved in environmental activities both in school and the community. We believe that with the little effort we put in, we can make a difference



Open House 2018

The annual KCS Open House took place on Saturday, 26 June. The kindergarteners and their parents joined the morning of exciting games and activities.
The student leaders led the visitors on tours to the various curriculum exhibits. The visitors participated in a variety of CCA-related activities and enjoyed the performances by our Dance and Chinese Orchestra CCAs. Guests also learnt how our students contributed to the community through the Learning for Life Programme (LLP). 


Parent-Teacher Meeting 2018

Parent-Teacher Meeting took place on Friday, 25 May 2018. We would like to thank parents and guardians for taking time off to attend the parents-teacher meeting. We hope the discussion on your child's/ward's progress has been beneficial. We look forward to your continued parent-teacher partnership as we support your child/ward through school

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Parents Symposium 2018

On 7th April 2018, parents of Kheng Cheng School gathered for a morning of rich learning from teachers about the learning experiences of students and how they can be extended to the home with the support of parents, our partners in education.

A big thank you to all parents who were so willing to open their minds to learning and being such wonderful partners of Kheng Cheng School!


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P5 Camp

The annual P5 camp was held from 13 to 15 February 2017 at Jalan Bahtera. Themed “Kampung Days”, our P5 students were taught to cooperate and foster friendship in a close knitted community like those of yesteryears. The many team-building and challenging activities also reinforced in students the importance of resilience. The campfire provided our students with an opportunity to showcase their talents, evident in the myriad of performances that was put up by them.  


P1 Buddy Programme

The P1 Buddy Programme took place over 4 days in January. Our P5 students took on the role of playing big brother and sisters to the youngest members of the Kheng Cheng family, helping them to orientate around the school.
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Learning Journey to KidZania

Some of our students had the opportunity to explore KidZania, an international award winning indoor replica of a working city on 11 November. This is part of the school's Education & Career Guidance programme this year. At KidZania, students learnt more about the world of work and the different types of careers available in the world of work.


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Be the Change: Shine & Excel!

Enchanted Tales, an in-house Kheng Cheng School production, was staged at the Singapore Conference Hall on 30 Jun 2018. With 670 enthusiastic performers, 831 seats filled and 4320 hours in the making, it was an honour to host this musically themed extravaganza.

Decentralised Staff Learning Journeys

On 22 June 2018, our teachers, including the Executive and Administrative staff embarked on Decentralised Staff Learning Journeys, where staff were given a choice to visit their preferred organisation from a list of hosting organisations.
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In 2017, we have seen a number of new learning experiences and achievements. We celebrated our 90 years of heritage and success and are especially grateful for your generous support for our fund raising efforts. We are also heartened by the Values-In-Action (VIA) projects that our students have embarked on. These VIA projects are part of our efforts to empower them to lead and impact the community, and be future-ready. In this last memo of the year, we will like to share some important school matters.