Enrichment & Lifeskills
ENL focuses on providing breadth and overall balance to the co-curricular experience. Learning in this domain complements the learning in the earlier three domains as pupils are exposed to different experiences that broaden their horizons. These experiences come from the areas of:
- Citizenry (NE commemorative days; Overseas Learning Journeys; Tanglin Trust exchange for P2)
- Self-Management and Social Skills (P5/6 SEd; Kindness; P6 transition to Secondary Schools; Conversational Malay/Chinese; Holiday Dazzle)
- Physical Activities and Sports (P3/4/5 Camps; Interhouse games; AAM and House Practices)
- Aesthetics (AEP during Assembly, Arts Festival)
- Enterprise (P6 Innomart experience, P5 Fund raising)
|NE Commemorative Days|
|Term 1||Total Defence Day
|Total Defence about the different things that we can do every day in every sector of our society to strengthen our resilience as a nation. When we take National Service seriously, participate in civil emergency exercises, upgrade our skills, build strong bonds with different races and religions, and feel the pride of being Singaporean, we contribute to Total Defence.
1. Economic Defence – Be relevant Stay ahead
2. Social Defence – We pledge as one
3. Psychological Defence – Singaporean and proud of it
4. Civil Defence – I am prepared, are you?
5. Military Defence – Peace Loving but combat ready
|Term 2||International Friendship Day
|International Friendship Day is a good opportunity to help our pupils learn about and appreciate other cultures. In general we want to nurture in our pupils the spirit of friendship and collaboration among different peoples.|
|Term 3||Racial Harmony Day
|Pupils learn to make friends with people of other races and religions and not make fun of people who are different. Pupils also learn that in Singapore, people are treated equally regardless of their race and religion and they should also do the same. Pupils learn to appreciate the different cultures that make up Singapore.|
(commemorate on 8 Aug)
|National Day marks our Separation from Malaysia, and our emergence as an independent country in the community of nations. Since 1998, a National Day Ceremony was introduced in schools. This Ceremony aims to bring to pupils a greater sense of the historical importance and solemnity of National Day.|
The Skills, Tuition And Mentoring Programme (STAMP) is a collaborative effort between Yuhua Primary and Loving Hearts Multi-Service Centre (Jurong Central). The main aim of the programme is to develop our pupils both academically and affectively. This is achieved by providing them opportunities to learn values and life skills through 3 components, namely Skills, Tuition and Mentoring.
Through this programme, the pupils have access to weekly Mathematics tuition classes, conducted on Monday afternoons. The pupils also learn photography skills, taught by a certified coach, after the tuition class. A mentor is also assigned to the pupils to support them and ensure that they are coping well in school. Mentoring sessions are conducted on Saturday mornings.