School Facilities and Programmes 

  • What are the school facilities?
  • What are the programmes offered at the school?
  • What activities can the school offer the pupils after school hours?
  • What are the CCAs offered?
  • Will the school be starting classes for the other levels from P2 to P6?
  • What Mother Tongue languages will be offered?

Punggol View Primary is one of the seven new primary schools that took in students from 2013. As recommended by the Primary Education Review and Implementation (PERI) Committee, the school has new design norms such as redesigned classrooms, dance and performing arts studios, as well as an outdoor jogging path. These facilities support the delivery of holistic education, and facilitate engaged learning in both academic and
co-curriculum education.

Students can look forward to new facilities that will support educational approaches, which encourage more interaction and self-discovery, and facilitate experiential and hands-on learning. The new facilities also better support differentiated learning, to meet the learning needs of different groups of students.

Educational ApproachesFacilities
1Collaborative and Independent LearningRedesigned classrooms, ICT Labs, Maths Room, Discovery Loft and Science Labs 
2Differentiated Teaching Approaches           Learning Support Rooms, Learning and Behavioural Support Intervention Room
Programme for Active Learning for Life Skills and Character DevelopmentDance Studio, Performing Arts Stage in Media Resource Library, Indoor Sports Hall, PAL (Programme for Active Learning) Rooms, Art Rooms and Music Rooms
4 Outdoor Experiential LearningOutdoor Learning Classroom, Eco-pond, Science Garden and Outdoor Playground
 ‘Home in a School’ Experience for Socio-Emotional DevelopmentStudent Care Centre 

The Mother Tongue Languages currently offered are Malay Language, Chinese Language and Tamil Language. Tamil Language is offered only to Primary 1 to 6 students in 2019.

 In alignment with PERI initiatives, Punggol View Primary currently operates as a single-session school so as to commit to providing more space and time for holistic education. To facilitate this, the school starts at 7.30 am. This will allow students to have adequate rest before they start school every weekday.

Operating hours are:

Monday to Friday: 7.30 am to 1.30 pm

To achieve MOE’s Desired Outcomes of Education and besides the standard subjects offered by all primary schools, Punggol View Primary is conducting on the following PERI initiatives:
  • Holistic Assessment
  • Programme for Active Learning (PAL)
  • PE, Music and Art (PAM)
  • Form Teacher Guidance Period (FTGP)

Punggol View Primary provides outdoor learning journeys and other enrichment activities for its students. To meet the needs and interests of our students, the school offer a range of CCAs in the area of Uniformed Group (Scout), Performing Arts (Art, Choir, Dance & Drama), Sports (Badminton, Floorball, Rugby and Wushu), and Clubs and Societies (IT-preneur Club, Service & Interact Club, Sports & Adventure Club) from Primary 3 onwards.

Student Care Centre 

  • When will the Student Care Centre start operation?
  • What are the operating hours of the Student Care Centre?
  • What is the total number of available places for Student Care Centre?
  • Can I reserve a place to enrol my child in the Student Care Centre?
  • How big is the Student Care Centre?
  • What kind of programmes will the Student Care Centre offer?
  • Can I use the Child Development Account (CDA) to pay for Student Care fees?
  • When can I start to register for Student Care services?
The Student Care started operation in Jan 2016. The centre is operated by Little Professor Learning Centre selected by the school after careful consideration of staff competency, the type of programmes they offer as well as the fees they intend to charge. Parents can apply to the centre directly for admission during the P1 Orientation. 

According to MSFD guidelines, the Student Care Centre runs from after school dismissal to 7 pm. In accordance to MSFD guidelines, the basic Student Care Centre programme should comprise the following:

  • Meals (lunch and tea)
  • Supervised study time
  • Bath time
  • Group activities
  • Parent involvement activities

Additional Information 

For enquiries, is there a contact number or e-mail address that I can write to?

For any enquiries on Punggol View Primary School, you can write to punggolview_ps@moe.edu.sg. Alternatively, you can reach us at the following telephone number:  6570 1588.

Primary 1 Registration Matters 

For FAQs related to the P1 registration procedures, please refer to: 
  • How many vacancies are available at Punggol View Primary School?
  • What are the seats allocated for each phase?
  • Where is the registration venue?
  • What are the registration dates and time?

The number of Primary One vacancies each school will offer for the Primary One Registration Exercise will be made available in June before the registration begins. Parents can refer to Primary Schools Vacancies by Phases for information on vacancies for each school. 

To track the vacancies at each phase, please refer to http://www.moe.gov.sg/education/admissions/primary-one-registration/vacancies

The list of registration centres for the new schools is available at http://www.moe.gov.sg/education/admissions/primary-one-registration/new-relocating-merging-schools/

For information on P1 registration, please refer to http://www.moe.gov.sg/education/admissions/primary-one-registration