The school has a structured 6-year Aesthetics Learning Journey which is in line with PERI recommendations to balance the acquisition of knowledge with the development of skills and values. Conducted within curriculum time, the aesthetics modules provide pupils exposure in two areas — Performing and Visual Arts. The programmes create awareness and enrich pupils with a rich arts experience and equip them with the necessary basic skills in arts.
The school believes that the Performing Arts in still in pupils a sense of graciousness and an appreciation for the rich culture and heritage of a multi-racial society.
Vision and Mission
|Vision||Passionate Leaders, Gracious Citizens|
|Mission||Every pupil is given the opportunity to participate in school or national events that promote understanding and appreciation for the Performing and Visual Arts|
Names of Staff
|Mdm Noordiana Amin||Head of Department PE/CCA/Aesthetics|
|Miss Lee Chin Han||Subject Head Aesthetics (Covering)|
|Mdm Juliana||Senior Teacher Art|
|Aesthetics Committee Members|
|Mrs Karine Kheng||Senior Teacher (Mathematics)|
|Miss Yan Xiaojing||Teacher|
|Miss Chin Shu Fei||Teacher|
|Mdm Liang Guiping||Teacher|
|Ms Liane Nonis||Teacher|
|Ms Marinah Toh||Teacher|
|Programme||What It Is About||Target Group|
|Visual Art Programme||
The pupils are exposed to various activities that are related to making works of art with one's hands and skills. The art lessons and enrichment programmes aim to educate the pupils to appreciate beauty of different genres of art and exercise creativity when creating art pieces.
P1 – Drawing and Painting
P2 –Mixed Media and Collage
P3 –Sculptures and Assemblages
P4 – Digital Art & Clay Sculpture Design
P5 – Digital Art
P6 – Digital Art
The music curriculum engages the pupils in learning various musical instruments and developing their vocal skills at different levels. We strongly believe in developing the musical talent of our pupils as musical lessons do not only provide pupils with the knowledge or skill of playing a musical instrument but also enhance intelligence and academic achievement and building one’s self-esteem.
P1 & P2 – Community Drumming
P3 & P4 – Keyboard
P5 & P6 – Ukulele
Co-Curricular Activities (CCA) forms an integral part of our holistic education in Woodlands Ring Primary School. We strongly believe in providing an all-rounded education for every child to maximize his/her potential. CCA enables students to discover their interests and talents while providing a platform for friendships and social integration of students from diverse backgrounds.
|Sports Club (All)||P3-P6||Miss Lee Shuqi|
|*Badminton (Girls)||P3-P6||Mr Timothy Huang|
|*Soccer (Boys)||P3-P6||Mr Ahmad Tarmizi|
|*Rope Skipping (Girls/Boys)||P3-P6||Mdm Azlifah|
Performing and Visual Arts
|Choir||P2-P6||Mdm Ng Lay Peng|
|Brass Band||P2-P6||Mrs Karine Kheng|
|Chinese dance||P3-P6||Mdm Diana Law|
|Hip Hop Dance||P3-P6||Mdm Wong Hui Lynn|
|Indian Dance||P2-P6||Mdm Uma|
|Malay Dance||P3-P6||Mdm Zaleha|
|Art Club||P3-P6||Mdm Liane Nonis|
|Business Times Budding Artists Fund||P3-P5||Mdm Juliana|
|English Literary, Drama & Debate Society||P3-P6||Mrs Maria Chua|
|Cub Scouts||P3-P6||Mr Edmund Chen|
|Environmental Education Club||P3-P6||Ms Faith Yee|
|Information Communication Club||P3-P6||Mrs Marion Lim|
It is compulsory for Primary 3 to Primary 6 pupils to take part in at least one CCA, However, pupils who are already very active in a school-recognised sport / game outside school and training competitively at least four times a week may be excused. A letter from the club / association is to be handed to the HOD PE/CCA for verification purposes and pupils will have to submit their attendance at the end of every month.
Pupils are strongly advised to remain in the same CCA for the complete school year. Should he/she decide to leave his/her CCA in the course of the year, there must be a valid reason to warrant the change. This is subject to approval before another CCA is arranged for the pupil concerned.
Attendance is compulsory at every CCA session. A medical certificate or a letter from the parent is necessary if the pupil is absent.