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Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

Organisation Chart

Sivamalar Kulasegaram
 Subject Head
Members (other appointments, if any)
PAL Champions

Visual Arts – Kavitha Marimuthu 
Outdoor Education – Grace Wong
Performing Arts – Abdul Hakim and Matthew Chang
Sports & Games – Sivamalar Kulasegaram 

Approach / Framework / Philosophy

The Programme for Active Learning (PAL) is a recommendation by the 2009 Primary Education Review Implementation (PERI) Committee to provide greater emphasis on non-academic programmes for all Primary 1 and 2 students. PAL is part of the curriculum and offered during time-tabled time. In PAL, students are exposed to varied and fun learning experiences in four domains: Sports and Games, Outdoor Education, Performing Arts and Visual Arts. 

Through PAL, students will:
  • Learn to express himself/herself clearly
  • Develop confidence
  • Develop a sense of curiosity and a positive attitude towards learning
  • Develop greater awareness of self and others, learn to manage relationships and work in teams
  • Learn to make responsible decisions
The school hopes that through active participation in each module of PAL, each student will be a H.A.P.P.Y child. Happy, Active, Participative, Plucky (Courageous) and DYnamic

Visual Arts Module

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Diligently working on their masterpieces made using recycled materials.

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Happy KCS students with their finished product!

Outdoor Education Module

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In groups, students work together to put up a tent.

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After the hard work put in, the students enjoy  a picnic.

Performing Arts Module

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Sports & Games Module

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