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Operations

  1. Financial Assistance


Financial Assistance is available to help needy students complete their education. Various schemes are available, two of which are:

  • Ministry of Education (MOE) Financial Assistance Scheme
  • Financial Assistance by School Advisory Committee

(A) MOE Financial Assistance Scheme (MOE FAS)
Students may apply for MOE FAS at any time during the year. The application form is obtainable from the school General Office.

Eligibility Criteria
Student is a Singaporean citizen, and meets one of the following conditions:
  1. The family’s Gross Household income does not exceed $2,500 per month for families with children; or per capita income does not exceed $625.
  2. The family receives social welfare aid under the Public Assistance Scheme (PAS) and Rent and Utilities Assistance Scheme, the head of household has an official registration pass for social welfare aid; or
  3. The student is an inmate of one of the welfare homes or organizations.

Nature of Assistance
At the primary level:
  • Full waiver of standard miscellaneous fees
  • Textbook grant – textbooks and writing materials in the approved book list
  • Full waiver of PSLE fees
  • Free school uniform i.e. school uniform, PE attire, shoes and socks
  • Weekly meal coupon of $14 each
  • Transport subsidy of 50% for students taking school bus or subsidy of $10 per month for students taking public transport

(B) Financial Assistance by School Advisory Committee
This scheme is open to students who did not qualify for assistance under the MOE FAS, but who is deemed to be in need of financial help by the school. The nature of assistance varies according to the financial position of the applicant.

(C) Other Assistance
Besides these two schemes, organizations such as the Buddhist Lodge, the Association of Muslim Professionals also provide education bursaries or scholarships for needy students. The forms for these can be obtained from the respective organizations at their contact addresses as shown below:

Singapore Buddhist Lodge
Welfare Foundation
Blk 946 Tampines Ave 4 #01-338
Singapore 520946
Tel : 6544 2263
Fax : 6544 2253
Association of Muslim
Professionals
1 Pasir Rise Dr 4 #05-11
Singapore 519457
Tel : 6416 2966
Fax : 6583 8028

How to Apply for Financial Assistance
Parents/guardians who wish to apply for financial assistance may approach the school General Office for the application form and help.


  1. General Information

School Address
2 Bukit Batok Street 52 Singapore 659243

School Contact
General Office: 6563 9502

Fax: 6563 9591

Email Address: lianhua_ps@moe.edu.sg




School Service Providers

School Provider Contact No
Operating Days
Time
School Bus Operator
9675 7677
Mon – Fri

School Bookshop
6425 5570
Mon – Fri

11.00am – 12.30pm
2.30pm – 3.30pm
(Wed 3.00pm)

School Uniform Supplier 6352 2741
School Dental Clinic 6565 1863 Mon & Wed 8.00am – 5.30am
School Student Care Centre Mon – Fri

Term Time
1.30pm – 6.30pm

Holidays
7.30am – 6.30pm



  1. School Operating Hours
The school operates on a 5-day week (Monday to Friday)

School Term: 7.00am to 6.00pm
School Holiday: 7.00am to 5.00pm


School Hours, Recess and Snack Time
School hours for Primary 1 to Primary 6 (Monday to Friday): 7.30am to 1.30pm

Level Recess Time
Snack Time
Primary 1 & 4
9.30am to 10.00am
12.00noon
Primary 2 & 5
10.00am to 10.30am 12.00noon
Primary 3 & 6 10.30am to 11.00am 9.00am


  1. MOE and School Awards

Awards are given by the Ministry of Education and by the school annually to enhance educational opportunities and motivate students to excel in all areas of Lianhua’s overall school experience.

The Edusave Awards from the government are given to eligible Singaporean students only, while the School Awards are given to all eligible students in Lianhua.

The awards given out to students aim to recognize students’ development and talents in key focus areas, namely Social-Moral domain, Physical and Aesthetics domains, Intellectual domain and Student All-round Development.

(i) Social-Moral Domain

MOE/School Award Type of Award
For Whom?
How Much?
How is it Awarded?
MOE
ECHA Award (Edusave Character Award)

Students who

  • demonstrate exemplary values and personal qualities through their behaviour and actions.
  • show our school values and are role models to their peers.

Primary 1-3
- $200

Primary 4-6
- $350

Awardees will be notified by post in late November
School STAR Award P1-6 Cash award, medal and certificate Award will be given out on Prize-giving Day
MOE EAGLES Award
(Edusave Awards for Achievement, Good Leadership & Service)
Students who

  • demonstrate a strong sense of leadership.
  • make a difference to the school and community through acts of service that show our school values.
  • take pride in themselves and show commitment to put in effort to achieve their desired goals.
  • are able to inspire their peers through student volunteerism and contributing to the betterment of others.

*Students must also pass the school exams and have good conduct.

Primary 4-6 

- $250

Awardees will be notified by post in late November
School SAIL Award
(Service, Achievement, Inspiration, Leadership)
P1-6 Cash award, medal and certificate Award will be given out on Prize-giving Day

(ii) Physical & Aesthetics Domain

MOE/School Award Type of Award
For Whom?
How Much?
How is it Awarded?
School
Young Athlete Award

Students who

  • show passion and talent in the physical and aesthetics domains.
  • show commitment and good attitude to learn and improve themselves.
  • are willing to share and teach others.

*Students must have good conduct.

P1-6 Cash award, medal and certificate
Award will be given out on Prize-giving Day
School
Young Artist Award
School Young Musician Award

(iii) Intellectual Domain

MOE/School Award Type of Award
For Whom?
How Much?
How is it Awarded?
MOE Edusave Scholarship
Students within top 10% of each level academically and who have good conduct.
Primary 5-6
- $350
Awardees will be notified by post in late November
MOE Edusave Merit Bursary Students within top 25% of each level academically, have good conduct and gross household income below $6000 per month (or per capita income of below $1500).
Primary 1-3
- $200

Primary 4-6
- $250
 Students eligible to apply for bursary will receive an application form by post in late November. Successful applicants will be notified by December/January
 MOE Edusave Good Progress Award Students within top 10% based on academic improvement and have good conduct.  Primary 2-3
- $100

Primary 4-6
- $150

Awardees will be notified by post in early December
School Best in Subject Award
(By Level)

Students who scored the highest in each subject based on their overall results

*Students must have good conduct.

Cash award, medal and certificate Awards will be given out on Prize-giving Day
School Best Progress in Class Award Student who have shown much improvement in their academic results and demonstrated positive learning attitude.
School Best Progress in LSP and LSM

(iv) Student All-Round Development

MOE/School Award Type of Award
For Whom?
How Much?
How is it Awarded?
School Student of the Year (Male)

Students who

  • exemplary in their conduct and are role models to their peers.
  • show a strong commitment and drive to demonstrate school values through their actions.
  • make a difference to the people around them by showing care.
  • embrace the spirit of volunteerism and play an active part in influencing their peers to do likewise.

Cash award, medal and certificate
Awards will be given out on Prize-giving Day
School Student of the Year (Female)


  1. School Smartcard

Eligibility

All students below 21 years of age attending government or government-aided schools and pursuing full-time courses are eligible for the School Smartcard.

No application is required. All eligible students will automatically receive their first School Smartcard from their respective schools.

Using School Smartcard

Activate School Smartcard

To start using the school smartcard, go to any TransitLink ticket office to activate the card by paying a minimum travel value of $5.

Add Value Service

The add value machines and general ticketing machines in Mass Rapid Transit MRT stations also allow top-up of Ez-link cards via cash or NETs.

Loss of Smartcard

To report loss, card holders can call 1800-CALL ONE (1800-2255663) and provide their NRIC number or Concession card number and contact number (leave a voice mail if calling after operating hours). The lost card will be invalidated within 48 hours from the time of the report.

For security reasons, the loss report is irreversible once it is lodged and the card, even if found, would no longer be usable. Hence, card holders are advised to search thoroughly for the card before making the loss report.

As the smartcard doubles up as a library card at the National Library Board and school library, you need to inform the librarians of its loss too. National Library Board helpdesk is at tel: 68428085.
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