Get to know SGPS...
Our Mission - Shaping Lives for Service to God and Nation.
Our Motto - The Latin motto "Labor Omnia Vincit" stands for "Labour conquers all things."
Our School's Corporate Video showcases the student as the centre of focus for his well-being and development here in St. Gabriel's Primary School. We would also like to highlight our Gabrielite 2025 Outcomes - a Leader, a Sportsman and an Achiever towards realising our school's Vision, Mission and Motto.
Get to know our programmes...
|Life Skills & Enrichment|
Co-Curricular Activities (CCAs)
|Clubs and Societies|
|Visual and Performing Arts|
|P1 Registration Phases and Timeframe
|2021 P1 REGISTRATION EXERCISE (FOR ADMISSION TO P1 IN 2022)
Children born between 2 January 2015 and 1 January 2016 (both dates inclusive) can participate in the 2021 P1 Registration Exercise for admission to P1 classes in 2022. Parents of Singapore Citizen (SC)/ Singapore Permanent Resident (SPR) children may proceed to the school of choice during their eligible phase to register their child for the P1 Registration Exercise.
Please refer MOE Website for more information on the 2021 P1 Registration Exercise
|P1 Registration Frequently Asked Questions|
|Frequently Asked Questions (refer to MOE’s website for more FAQs)
|Montfortian Character, Citizenship and Leadership Education (MCLE) Programme|
We are proud to have in place our very own MCLE Programme which infuses Social and Emotional learning through life stories of our Founder, St Louis Marie de Montfort. This programme encompasses both Character Education (CE) and Religious Education (RE) lessons, designed for non-Catholics and Catholics respectively.
The lessons are carried out termly during MCLE periods. They cover topics based on the virtues of the term and aim to foster in our students awareness and the practice of the eight school virtues, namely, Self-discipline, Generosity, Perseverance, Sincerity, Loyalty, Orderliness, Respect and Diligence.
Catholic students attend the Religious Education classes. Our teachers work with a team of dedicated and experienced Catechists to impart the Catholic Faith to our children. All topics are aligned with those taught in Character Education classes, but discussions would be from a Christian perspective, incorporating lessons from the life of Christ and that of the Saints. Mass is celebrated at least once a term.
Students are advised to be in school by 7.30 a.m. As a mark of respect during our flag-raising ceremony, the school gate will be closed by the stipulated time.
All Primary One students are to report to their classrooms on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. On Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays, they are to report to the hall.
The flag raising ceremony will be conducted at 7.30 a.m. daily.
Students are encouraged to pack dry food (e.g. cereal, bread and biscuits and etc.) We strongly encourage our students to choose water over sugared beverages.
|Dismissal and Pickup points|
|To ensure the safety and security of our students during dismissal, students taking the school bus will be allowed to board their school buses before we allow other motor vehicles into the school compound.
All P1 students will have to assemble in the school hall first and will then be taken to the various dismissal points by the teachers.
Frequently Asked Questions
|School Daily Operation|
Parent Support Group (PSG)
|Parent Support Group (PSG) @ St Gabriel's Primary School|
|The PSG @ SGPS was established around 2008. For the past 12 years, parents @ SGPS have been playing a vital role in the school. We are important partners in enriching your child’s learning. Being involved in your child’s school sends a clear signal to your child as a form of concern for them, thus, encouraging them to adopt positive life attitudes towards learning. Communication is key and a two-way process that benefits the children, parents and the school.
The Parent Support Group is a great opportunity to foster a closer bond with our children, understanding them better. PSG@SGPS is made up of a group of dedicated parents who comes together to offer collaboration and support; playing an active and important role in being the bridge between the parents, students and the school. With the advice from the school’s advisors, PSG complements by aligning the school’s programs further improving our children’s well-being and learning. Meetings are held on a termly basis where parents come together to meet, discuss and share our collective efforts for our children at SGPS.
As a member of the PSG@SGPS, we strive to promote the spirit of community within the SGPS family. Not only does it allow you to have greater awareness of how the school is run but it also helps identify more with your child in their schooling experience. If you are keen to join us, pick up a form from the General Office or you may email your interest to email@example.com.
Parent Support Group Registration Form