Summary of PVG Programs & Activities

Below is a brief description of the respective programs and activities that PVG works closely with the  school. There are many areas that parents can play a part and your choice of contribution can be based on your personal interests and/or your expertise in a particular field.

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Regular Programs & Activities

Character Development Program (CDP)

This enriching program, which is collaboratively run by parent volunteers and teachers for the girls from Primary 1 to 6, promotes character building that revolves around the school’s values of graciousness, responsibility, learning, creativity and integrity. It is conducted weekly either via hall sessions or classroom-based sessions.

Contact Time Classroom (CTC)

This is a weekly program held during the students’ staggered recess times to do craftwork either aligned with events like CNY, Mother’s or Father’s Day or to reinforce school values.

Ad-hoc Programs, Activities and Events

PVG Communications

It comprises of the following sub-groups:

● Editorial Content

This group focuses on development of PVG newsletters and content management (Graphic Design & Illustration).

● Media Production Unit (MPU)

This team comprises of expertise in the photography and videography of the activities and events organised by PVG or school.

● PVG Website

This team would assist in maintenance of our PVG website.

Business Unit

This unit manages the acquisition and sale of merchandise to raise funds for the PVG on our webstore.

Raffles Experience Days

PVG conducts several workshops for the P3 to P5 students to choose from. We run workshops such as jewellery making, terrarium making, animation and others! We welcome proposals from our PVs if you have expertise you can offer for such workshops.

Fruits & Vegetables Week (F&V)

It’s one of the favourite events the girls enjoy. They get to learn the importance of Fruits and Vegetables in their daily diet. A wide range of fruits and vegetables on display catches the attention of curious eyes. What’s fantastic about this program is that, fruits are given to them freely and they get rewarded for eating healthily too!

Mother Tongue Week

Held usually close to Chinese New Year, the students are encouraged to appreciate the Chinese language and culture better through an introduction to calligraphy, lion dance and other craftwork.

Racial Harmony Week

Being in a multi-racial country, this event addresses the importance of the various ethnic group cultures and traditions. As such, different types of food and clothes will be on display; along with information on various festivals and activities. To make it engaging for the girls, games and hands on activities will be created for their participation. This is another big hit among our girls!

P1 Registration

The PVG will assist the school in the MOE Primary One Registration process. This involves verification of proper documents required for the registration and ensuring the process is run smoothly.

P1 Pupil Data Form (PDF) Registration

This PDF (Pupil Data Form) Registration process involves verification of documents and PVG membership registration.

P1 Orientation

In the P1 Orientation, parents assist class teachers, to bring the girls to their respective classrooms and do a school tour to get the girls orientated.

Fundraising Events

These fundraising events are organized by the school. Parents are required to help in the planning, organising and running of different activities, games corners and food stalls.


A learning Journey! Time and again, parents are required to accompany the classes for their education trips such as Science Centre, Singapore Discovery Centre, Dairy Farms and many more sites.