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ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION (EE)
Environmental Education (EE) is the school's Learning for Life Programme (LLP). It focuses on developing the students' character and fulfilling our social responsibility to society to ensure a more sustainable environment.
Our students are provided with opportunities and experiences to engage in environmental care at home, in school, in the neighbourhood and the community.
Students learn about the importance of water and the resources on Earth through various activities and games and water-rationing exercise.
They then do their part by pledging to take home the conservation methods they have learnt in school.
The faces of Environmental Education (EE) in TNPS, our Green Champions, engage in active discussions and undergo training to broaden their knowledge on environmental issues. They then pass on their learning to their fellow schoolmates through various EE events in school.
To spread the school's EE messages to the public, the students often participated in community events such as the Tampines GRC Learning Festival. Our students engaged actively with the public to rethink our habits, refuse single-use products, reuse several times, reduce wastage, repair if possible and recycle right!
TRAY RETURN INITIATIVE
For the Tray Return Initiative, the students went to Our Tampines Hub (OTH) and encouraged the public to return the trays after their meals. By doing so, we can keep our environment clean and green.
LITTLE GREEN FINGERS
The students also grew and harvested vegetables from the school's Green Food Garden. The harvested vegetables were then delivered to the community fridges to share with the residents.
G4Life-topia is the signature robotics programme under the Environmental Education. The students learn to use robotics such as Lego WeDo 2.0 and Micro:bits to create robots and structures. They are posed with environmental issues and problems and they worked together to come up with solutions to solve them.