- Extenisve Reading Programme (Primary 1- 4)
The aims of this structured reading programme are to enthuse our pupils to
widely read in Malay Language, to raise our pupils' command of the language
and develop their power of imagination and intellect. Suitable and age-appropriate
reading materials are selected for this programme. Teachers carry out suitable
reading strategies/activities weekly and monitor pupils' reading progress closely.
- Subscription to Gen-G (Primary 5 - 6)
To inculcate the habit of reading Malay newspaper and make it an enriching
experience, P6 pupils subscribe to this compact pull-out. Teachers make use
of the engaging and interactive articles to hone pupil's language skills and
enliven the learning of the Malay language in the classroom.
- Reading Mum (Primary 1 – Primary 2)
This is a programme for pupils who have difficulty in reading and recognizing words.
Members of Parent Support Group assists in coaching pupils in small groups.
Activities during Extensive Reading Programme
Enrichment Programme & Learning Journey
- Primary 1 – Speech & Drama Course
This course is one of the strategies adopted to develop language skills and
provide opportunities for creative and aesthetic development in our pupils.
Language is taught through the world of literature through drama activities.
In this course, pupils are taught to communicate clearly, expressively and effectively.
- Primary 2 – Storytelling Workshop
The programme will help the pupils to develop their enjoyment of stories and storytelling,
understand the art and some of the different styles of storytelling
as well as build their confidence to tell stories.
- Primary 3 – Cultural Camp
This programme aims to promote awareness in the Malay Language culture and to
enhance their cultural intelligence. Pupils are exposed to the Malay Language rich
cultural heritage through fun and interesting activities such as batik painting, ML Trail and traditional games.
P1 - P6 Mother Tongue Week
The main purpose of the Mother Tongue Week is to enthuse our pupils in the learning of
our Mother Tongue languages. It also gives them the opportunity to explore their creativity
as well as develop social skills and the ability to work in collaboration with others.During the MT Fortnight, pupils take part in activities such as games, quizzes, dramas and workshops.
Workshop for Parents @ Unity Parents’ Symposium
In UPS, we conduct yearly workshops for parents on how they can help their children in Malay Language. We want to promote active involvement of parents in their children’s learning and collaborate with parents to enhance and support pupils’ learning for academic excellence.
Teachers and parents collaboration to support pupils’ learning
- Conversational Chinese or Malay (CCM)
CCM course have been organized as part of our school efforts to equip our
pupils with lifelong skills to interact with others and understand the different
cultures in our community. The objective of the programme is to enable our pupils
to converse using simple sentences in Chinese or Malay. The programme also brings
about a greater understanding of each other culture.