Park View Primary School

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

For schools of a similar name, see Park View School (disambiguation).

Park View Primary School 百惠小学
Park View Logo
Ambitio Via Virtus - Ambition Through All The Excellent Qualities Of Man
Pasir Ris,
Type Government-School, Primary
Established 1997
Session single session
School code 1743
Principal Mdm Diane Goh
Enrolment Approx. 1,400
Colour(s) Yellow, blue, green, red

Park View Primary School (Chinese: 百惠小学) is a primary school located at 60, Pasir Ris Drive 1, Singapore. The school was officially opened by Charles Chong, Member of Parliament for Pasir Ris GRC, in 1999. The school has 25 co-curricular activities, 80 teachers and 1000 students. There are 47 classes offering 3 Mother Tongue Languages. The school has been "functioning" as a double session - the P1 and P2 levels function in the afternoon while the other four levels are in the morning. Since 2010, the school has been operating with a single session

Singapore Book of Records[edit]

Park View Primary School of Singapore was awarded a Singapore book of Records certification from Ms Shirley Tan(Singapore Book of Records judge) to Mdm Diane Goh(principal of Park View Primary School).The school has broken a record of 1,950 students doodling a single squiggle from Dr Teo Chee Hean (Member of Parliament Of Pasir Ris-Punggol GRC) at the same day, same time and same duration of hours.It lasted 1 hour which is from 8.30 am - 9.30 am (+8 GMT) and it was held on Tuesday,14 September 2010.

Centre of Excellence For Sports in the East Zone[edit]

Park View Primary School was awarded as the 2nd Centre of Excellence For Sports in the East Zone. It held an official launch on 22 May 2008 by Mr Teo Ser Luck.

10th anniversary[edit]

Park View Primary School celebrated its 10th anniversary on 1 July 2006, a carnival named BlueSky was held.

Switch to multiple sessions[edit]

In 2010,the school went to a single session due to the decrease of babies born


  • Aesthetics
    • Art Club (changed to Art and Entrepreneur Club 2007, A.C.E Club in 2008 )
    • China boxing
    • Indiana jones dance
    • Guzheng
    • International Cultural Dance
    • Malay Cultural Club
  • Uniform Group and Clubs
    • Brownies
    • IT Club (changed to Infocomm Club)
    • Scouts
    • Green Society
    • Mrl Club
    • English Language Drama and Debating Club (ELDDS)

A.C.E Club[edit]

A.C.E Club is the Art Community and Environment Care Club. It is made up of the following clubs:

  • Art Club
  • Entrepreneur Club
  • Environment Club
  • Community Care Club

External links[edit]