Pei Chun Public School transitioned to become a government-aided institution in 1956. It was established in 1933 by a group of Hainanese to provide education for the children of the Chinese working class. The school accommodates approximately 2200 pupils across two sessions: Primary 3 to Primary 6 in the morning session and Primary 1 and Primary 2 in the afternoon session. Over the years, Pei Chun Public School has steadfastly upheld its mission to cultivate responsible citizens who contribute meaningfully to society. The school is dedicated to fostering confident and competent communicators within its English language department. This commitment is realised through well-established, learner-centered, and developmentally appropriate pedagogical approaches incorporating authentic children's literature. An integral component of the school's Character and Citizenship education is the Pei Chun Leaders Programme, constituting its Learning for Life initiative. The overarching aim is to shape students into critical thinkers and confident problem solvers, aligning with the school's dedication to holistic development.
• Applied Learning Projects.
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