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Debate

 

                      

Wits and Words - the national primary school debating championship, is jointly organised by MOE and the Debate Association (Singapore). Park View Primary School has been participating in this competition since 2011.  Our school debaters went through a series of debating programme that focuses on building the oral competencies as well as developing confidence and persuasive skills in oral communication. Our pupils have definitely gained a wealth of experience in debating and developed confidence in their oral communication. PVPS will continue to nurture and develop the debating culture in the school.

 

Year Achievements
2016
  • Top 5 schools (East zone)

 

  • Good Speaker Award (Division 1)  

 

- Saanvi Tondak 6D

 

- Chloe Leo 6D

 


  • Best Speaker for Preliminary Round 1

- Saanvi Tondak 6D

 

  • Best Speaker for Preliminary Round 3
- Chloe Leo 6D
 
 
  • Good Speaker Award (overall top 10 speakers)  
- Saanvi Tondak 6D
 
- Chloe Leo 6D
 
2015
  • Top 5 schools (East zone)
  • Best Speaker (Round 3)
- Siti Aisyah Bte Fahrudin (6E)
2014
  • Top 20 Speakers:

- Cheryl Lee (6F) 

- Lock Yi Qing (6F) 

 

  • Top 5 schools (East zone)
2013
  • Top 20 schools (Singapore)
  • Top Speakers

-Terenjit Gill (6F)
-Amy Yang (6E)

2012
  • Top 20 schools (Singapore)
  • Top Speaker

-Terenjit Gill (5F)

2011
  • Top 20 schools (Singapore)
  • Best Speakers

- Celest Phang (5F)

- Decem Teo (5F)

 

 

  

 

 

Trinity Guildhall Speech & Drama Examination

 

 

 

Year

% Pupils with Distinction

 

2015

 

90%

 

2014

 

92%
2013

 

94%

 

RHB-The Straits Times National Spelling Championship

RHB-The Straits Times National Spelling Championship 2013

  

A big congratulations to Gu Jiahao of P6F who has made PVPS proud by emerging as a finalist for the Grand Final of the RHB-The Straits Times National Spelling Championship 2013. It is the first time PVPS has participated in the competition, and Jiahao emerged as one of the finalists out of 1400 pupils who took part in the first round! Although he did not clinch the top award, Jia Hao showed true grit and determination as he tackled difficult words, competing against 30 other participants from around Singapore. Good job, Jia Hao!  
 

 

 

 

25th YMCA Plain English Speaking Award (PESA)

25th YMCA Plain English Speaking Award (PESA) 2011

 

Bronze Honour Roll

Lee Wen Ling Cheryl 3E

  

Participation

Celest Phang Lixuan