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Xingnan Primary School
Address: 5 Jurong West Street 91, Singapore 649036
Social Media: https://facebook.com/xingnanprimaryschool/
General Office: Monday to Friday (except Public Holidays) – 8:00AM 5:00PM
Learning Centre Counter: Monday to Friday – 8:30AM – 4:00PM
“To provide a vibrant environment that nurtures minds and builds character.”
“A self-directed learner, a gracious citizen.”
Xingnan Primary School has designed a curriculum with programmes that enhances the students’ cognitive skills, and moral and social awareness.
“I will said their school done well in parent teacher relationship building. They organized workshop for parent to understand more on syllabus requirement, parenting workshop etcm, which I liked it,” Anonymous
“I like the Chinese programme that are provided to the students. My girl has enjoy the star programme and has benefitted alot from it. She has also improved within a short 2 ½ months,” Anonymous
“Overall, school does have good teachers. Being a school with a Chinese heritage, ti does have a notable CL programme. Met several supportive and caring teachers. Some teachers are really passionate about teaching,” Anonymous
School Green Awards [Lotus Award]
MOE Work Plan Seminar – Best Practices in Teaching and Learning, Student All-Round Development, and Staff Well-Being and Development 
National Arts Education [Glow Award, 2015]
MOE Awards 
PSLE Results 
98.5% of Standard stream students placed in secondary schools
53.9% of Standard stream students eligible for Express stream
Hari Raya Celebration is an event planned and performed by Xingnan Malay teachers and pupils to celebrate the annual Hari Raya Aidilfitri (Day of Victory).
Fun Maths Day is a math carnival for the Primary 1 pupils where they do hands-on activities and games that develop their problem solving skills and mathematical thinking skills.
Racial Harmony Day
Unique Programmes and Activities
Speak Good English @ Xingnan is an annual event organized by the EL Department to promote the use of Standard English among students through activities such as choral reading, poem recitation, tongue twisters and more.
Character and Citizenship Education (CCE) is designed to instill in students the necessary values, knowledge, skills, and competencies for their growth as responsible citizens.
Cyberwellness Programme aims to teach students as adept users of technology through the ICT framework.
Sexuality Education Programme has five main themes that are delivered through the curriculum such as Human Development, Interpersonal Relationships, Sexual Health, Sexual Behavior, and Culture, Society and Law.
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