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English Language

English Language


We envision every Xinminite to be an active reader, confident speaker and competent writer with a passion for the English Language.



We strive to:

  • build a strong foundation in English for every Xinminite through systematic and explicit instruction
  • provide a rich language environment for developing the language skills of every Xinminite through a contextualised and holistic approach

Organisation Structure

HOD : Mdm Audrey Han Xunyi

Mrs Nurhidayah Ejjad (Level Head) Mrs Daphne Goh-Chua (Level Head) Mrs Magdalene Tan (Lead Teacher)
Mr Edwin Pang Ting How (Senior Teacher) Mrs Ruth Pakiam (Senior Teacher) Mr Adnan Bin Omar
Mrs Ann Tan Mdm Rosnani Bte Yusof Mdm Rosnita Bte Ibrahim
Mrs Ian Farah Nizam Mrs Norazimah Junari Mrs Iris Chan
Mdm De Souza Nicole Marie Mrs Tan Lee Pin Mrs Hadia Syahir
 Mrs Nur Amilia Fendy  Mdm Santhi  Mdm Sharifah Wardah
 Mrs Vijay  Mrs Farah Ritz  Mrs Sharon Chia
 Miss Goh Lian Eng  Mdm Ng Run Ling Mdm Esther Joy Low
 Mdm Hafizah Mohd Safrain   Miss Tang Lai Peng  Ms Shubashini
 Mdm Selvi Ramasamy  Miss Amirah Bte Zahari  Miss Lim Siew Lian
Ms Serene Peh Sui Ee


Key Programmes

Whole-School Reading Programme

Xinmin Primary is collaborating with National Library Board (NLB) to promote reading in the school. Through the reading activities carried out, we hope to inculcate in pupils the love for reading.

  • NLB Activities
  • Mass borrowing
  • Assembly talk
  • Read Swap Share
  • Read Swap Write
  • Books R Us

Other Reading Activities

  • 40-book Challenge
  • Reading Bingo
  • Little Red Dot (P3 & P4)
  • What’s Up Newspaper (P5 & P6)


  • P1 & P2: Choral recitation
  • P3: Readers’ Theatre
  • P4: Newsmaker
  • P5: Debating (HP), Public Speaking (MA), Storytelling (LP)


Wits & Words:

Top 5 in North Zone

  • Amenser Ong – Best Speaker in 2 rounds
  • Hnin Wai Thant
  • Marco Cai
  • Victoria Lim
  • Harshini Hariram

Jurong Green CC Scrabble Championship:

6th – Justin Teo

8th – Khor Bing

9th – Edwin TeoWits & Words

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