Life@MK was conducted on Friday, 11 May 2018. The Principal/Vice-Principal of Riverside Primary School conducted a sharing session with parents of K2 children, covering topics such as "Preparing Your Child for P1", "P1 Registration" and "Getting to Know Riverside Primary School".
MOE Kindergarten @ Riverside
MOE Kindergarten (MK) @ Riverside opened in Riverside Primary School in January 2016. It currently provides both the K1 and K2 programme. A Kindergarten Care service is also available for children enrolled in MK@Riverside.
MK Office Number - 63627223
MK Email Address - firstname.lastname@example.org
2018 Riverside Primary School Open House
To register for the Open House, please click here.
2018 Year-Start Seminars for Parents
2018 Curriculum and Assessment Plans
Letters and Messages to Parents
We warmly welcome the whole school community back to school for the new school year 2018! We have issued the Opening Day Letter which includes information on school directions, Form and Co Form Teachers, the weekly schedule, highlights of the school calendar, and safety and health.
The safety and health of our pupils and the school community are our top priority. We have consolidated school safety measures and messages in a webpage for easy reference by parents, pupils and stakeholders. Please click on the link to access the webpage:
We have consolidated the school administrative matters in a webpage for easy reference by parents, pupils and stakeholders. Information such as Payment of School Fees, MOE Financial Assistance Scheme, Insurance, Application for Admission, SNAC Notifications, School Smart Card and School Booklist has been included. Please click on the link to access the webpage:
Official Opening Ceremony on 11 November 2016
Applied Learning Programme - PlayWorks @ Riverside
PlayWorks is Riverside's original curriculum innovation and Applied Learning Programme to nurture Critical and Inventive Thinking in our Joyful and Productive Learners. PlayWorks engages our Riverians in critical and inventive thinking and collaborative problem solving, using different design materials and tools. There is a signature module at every grade level. Our Riverians also nurture values and build character through their involvement in PlayWorks.
The PlayWorks protocol has five inventive processes (Understand, Plan, Design, Build and Improvise) and three essential processes (Communication, Collaboration and Reflection). The "Sparkling with Character in Purposeful Play" framework spells out the behavioural expectations based on the school's SPARKLE Values. For example, Riverians are expected to demonstrate Perseverance by never giving up and Adaptability by being open-minded and flexible when engaged in PlayWorks.