DZPS Celebrates National Day 2020!
As a lead up to National Day Celebrations, our school took part in the NDP Time Capsule Project. This is a
project initiated by Art for Cause SG, a volunteer-led initiative, in collaboration with the National
Museum of Singapore (NMS).
Through our daily Morning Filler activities, our teachers got their students to pen down their dreams
and hopes for Singapore on the ‘Our Heart For Singapore’ cards. These cards will be eventually stored in
a Time Capsule. This time capsule will comprise of acrylic boxes which contain 55,000 ‘Our Heart For SG’
cards that are filled with reflections, words of thanks, as well as hopes and aspirations from this
unprecedented chapter in our history. These acrylic boxes will form the map of Singapore and will be
sealed on 7 Aug 2020.
Dazhong Primary School is proud to share that we were able to submit more than 800 ‘Our Heart For
Singapore’ cards! What a show of the Dazhong Spirit! Dare to Scale!
Resource Kit - Parent Kit - Back to School
Click here to view the Parent Kit (Back to School).
2020 Primary One (P1) Registration Exercise
The 2020 Primary One (P1) Registration Exercise will take place from 1 July, Wednesday, to 30 October, Friday.
In view of the evolving COVID-19 situation, there will be no in-person registrations at schools.
All registrations will be online.
Click here if your child's headed to P1 next year, find out which registration phase applies to you.
Arrangement of School After Circuit Breaker
Dear Parents/ Guardians,
With the end of the Circuit Breaker period on 1st June 2020, we will progressively bring students back to school from 2nd June 2020.
Click here to view the school letter "Arrangement Of School After Circuit Breaker". You can also view it in the school website in Partnership > School Information & Letters.
Mrs Rina Liang
WE Stories 2020
Dear P6 Parents and students,
Click here to view WE Stories. It features such as map that shows the actual geographical location of schools, with hyperlinks to the respective school stories, consolidated information on different types of ALP and LLP and talent areas for DSA.
DAZHONG DARE TO SCALE - 8world news interview on Home-Based Learning
Mrs Amelia Phua from Dazhong Primary was featured in an 8world news interview feature on Home-Based Learning (HBL). Our staff continually strive towards excellence in designing engaging and effective learning experiences for our students, even during HBL! Thank you, Dazhong parents, for your unwavering support and partnership during this period.
Click here to watch the video and read the article (in Mandarin).
Dare to Read!
Reading gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where you are.
Check out the list of e-reading resources specially curated for you!
Click here to view!
2020 Primary One (P1) Registration Exercise - Phase 1 Registration
Please click here to find out more!
Social Distancing is NOT Social Isolation!
Social Distancing IS NOT Social Isolation! You can join for a fun workout sessions and well-being programmes every Wednesday at 4pm!
Cooking Roti John the healthier way!
You may prepare ingredients listed if you wish to follow the video and cook on the spot!
Click here to view.
More details on School Bus Refund
For more details on the school bus refund, please click here.
"Say NO to plastic!"
"Say no to plastic!" As we buy takeaways from eateries these 4 weeks, let's exercise our school Value of Responsibility – bring our own plastic bags and food containers! Serve Beyond Self to save the Environment – we share the Earth with one another!
Video on how we can play our part in the fight against COVID
Powerpoint Slides for P1 Parent Engagement Session
Dear P1 Parents,
Subject Based Banding for P4 Parents
Dear P4 Parents,
Home Based Learning (Toolkit)
Click here to view the HBL Toolkits.
Social Responsibility in Safeguarding the Well-being of Our School Community
We appreciate your support in our efforts. Thank you.
Useful FAQs (Minister addresses COVID-19 Concerns
Difference between SHN & LOA
Issuance of leave of absence for all overseas travel during March Holidays
To further protect the education system, MOE, MSF and ECDA will implement additional precautionary measures over and above MOH's measures.
As some have travelled overseas during the March school holidays, we will issue a 14-day Leave of Absence (LOA) to students and staff of schools, preschools and student care centres who have been out of Singapore on or after 14 March, which is the start of the March school holidays.
Day zero of the 14 days will commence from the date of their return to Singapore. School will be issuing LOA via post or email.
Click here to website link on press release.
MOE: Travel advisory against all non-essential travel abroad
With immediate effect, Singaporeans are advised to defer all non-essential travel abroad. This advisory will apply for 30 days, and will be reviewed thereafter. This is to reduce the risk of Singaporeans contracting COVID-19 while overseas during this global pandemic.
Singapore has also increased border restrictions to more countries, including all ASEAN countries, Japan, Switzerland and the United Kingdom, with a 14-day Stay-Home-Notice (SHN) for arrivals from 16 Mar 11.59 pm, with exemption of those travelling into Singapore from Malaysia via sea or land. Click to access MOH’s press release for more information.
You are advised to review your travel plans during the March school holidays, and check the MOH website for the latest measures as well as list of countries that are subject to SHN requirements.
Should there be changes to your child’s travel plans, please amend your travel declarations on Parents Gateway by 17 Mar, Tues.
Click here to Website Link to MOH Press Release.
Thank you and stay safe.