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Our Achievements of 2018

We are pleased to share with you our school’s achievements in 2018. We would like to congratulate our teachers, staff and students who have contributed to the achievements and made us all proud. We welcome your feedback and contribution of content, photographs and videos to this sharing.

National Primary Games Creation & Coding Competition 2018

On 29th August 2018, 9 students from P5 Trust represented our school in the National Primary Games Creation & Coding Competition (NPGC3) 2018, Minecraft Category. The theme for this year’s competition is SMART NATION – Kids Can Make A Difference Too. With only 2 weeks to prepare, both teams put up an impressive presentation to the judges, using Minecraft software to create what they envision to be the SMART NATION of the future. After intense competition, Team 2 (comprising of Tan Li En Janelle, Lee Hui Yi, Lim En Qi Hannah, Thun Kyalsin Soe and Samantha Huang Xuan) emerged First Runner-Up. The highlight of their project is a teleportation system that will enable the elderly to move to places such as the supermarket, to do their grocery shopping.



Virtual Reality Game That Teaches Children To Save Energy

On 4th August 2018, our Fuhua Gems are featured in Ministry of Environment, Water and Resources (MEWR) social media post on the use of Virtual Reality game to promote awareness on energy saving among the younger generation. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1986189864765559&id=219808688070361. Check out Energy Warriors, a new virtual reality game by the National Environment Agency (NEA) that teaches children how to save energy. Level up your Energy Warrior by correctly identifying energy-efficient devices or turning off appliances to reduce energy consumption! It is a great way to teach children how to take climate action. The game is available for loan to all primary schools. For enquiries, please contact yeo_wee_kay@nea.gov.sg.


Avvaiyar Vizha 2018 Literary Competitions

Sathish Sharvesh from P4 Care and Kaisar Ali Ikram Mohammed from P4 Hope each won a prize in Avvaiyar Vizha 2018 Literary Competitions, held in conjunction with our celebration of the great female Tamil Poet, Avvaiyar on the 29th July 2018. This competition was organised by the Tamil Language and Cultural Society (TLCS). In line with our nation's emphasis on listening, speaking and reading skills, these literary competitions provide students with a firm foundation in the Tamil language.

National Primary School Photography Competition

This year, Fuhua Primary School organized the 8th edition of the National Primary School Photography Competition. In alignment with Singapore’s commitment to United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2030 and Climate Action, the school reviewed the environmental education programme and aligned with United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals 2030, focusing specifically 6 out of the 17 goals which emphasizes sustainable living. As such, the theme for this year’s National Photography Competition is "Sustainable Singapore".

For this year’s competition, two new categories were added. They were the Photojournalism category and the People’s Choice Award. For the Photojournalism Category, it focused on photography ethics and story-telling. The participants will need to demonstrate the “know-how” of initiating a photo-documentary. For the People’s Choice Award, the intent is to recognize the voices of the participants as they are able to vote for the non-winning entries of their peers.

A total of 249 students from 42 schools have submitted their entries for the competition. Two of our school’s participants, Sio Koon Seng Zavier (P4 Diligence) and Rohan Srivatsav Palakurthi (P6 Care) did us proud by winning the Budding Photographer Category and a Merit Prize in the Open Category respectively.


Our Guest-Of-Honour for the prize presentation ceremony was Mr Masagos Zulkifli, Minister for the Environment and Water Resources. After the ceremony, he visited our Makers’ Studio and the Green Workshops which we hosted for the student participants. He complimented our school’s efforts in promoting sustainability and creating awareness in the community.


Tamil Internet Conference

Mdm Riswaana Tasnim, SH/TL presented her paper on 'Leveraging on technology for meaningful assessment‘ at the 17th Tamil Internet Conference held at the Tamilnadu Agricultural University Campus, Coimbatore, from the 6th to 8th July 2018. She presented on how the Tamil teachers in Fuhua have been using Technology to assess students, identify misconceptions and close the learning gaps.