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Character & Leadership

Character


Our Philosophy

Character and Citizenship Education (CCE) has always been at the heart of education in Singapore. It is central to the 21st Century Competencies Framework and emphasizes the interconnectedness of the core values, social and emotional competencies and civic literacy, global awareness and cross-cultural skills that are critical for character and citizenship development of our students.

Desired Behavioural Outcomes 

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NBPS Character and Citizenship Development Framework


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CCE has always been at the heart of education in Naval Base Primary School. The school vision which comprises of the CCE Outcomes is at the core of our Character and Citizenship Development Framework. It anchors what we seek to achieve in our students at the end of their 6 years in NBPS. The CCE Outcomes are rooted in our School Values. NBPS has adopted a student-centric approach in ensuring our students are well-supported socially, emotionally and morally throughout their 6-year stay in school through the infusion of SEL and 21st CC Skills. NBPS has a team of teachers, counsellors and allied educators dedicated to develop and implement both instructional and co-curricular programmes to provide for the holistic development of our students.


NBPS Student Leadership Framework

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Student Leadership Committee has established a comprehensive system to develop and maximise the leadership potential of all Navalites. The Student Leadership Framework supports the vision of “Every Individual a Leader” and is anchored on SEL Competencies, School Values and 21st CC Skills to shape the beliefs, attitudes and the actions of a Navalite.

Parents' involvement


Students are encouraged to perform everyday responsibilities in these areas:
- At Home
- In School
- In the Community

Parents can involve their children in some simple tasks to teach their children on how to take care of their shared spaces, so as to develop a sense of responsibility beyond the classroom. 
Click on this link for some examples.


P5 camp 2017


The P5 Camp was held from 16 to 18 February 2017 at the Jalan Bathera Adventure Camp.

The main objectives of the camp were as follows:

  • To challenge students’ resourcefulness, develop their self-confidence and imbue in them the importance of responsibility and teamwork. 
  • To take students beyond their comfort zone and experience the outdoors. 
  • To develop students’ ability to think on their feet.

Parents got to see what their children were doing and experiencing via the daily uploads on the school’s official Facebook page.

The students had a great time learning and overcoming their fears and challenges.  On the last night, the school leaders were treated to an entertaining and rousing performance by the students during the campfire.


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