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Values in Action

Values In Action (VIA) @ West View are learning experiences that aim to develop West Viewans to become proactive and empathetic individuals who contribute actively to the community. 


Level Programmes

As West Viewans progress through the six years, the experiences vary in terms of the domains, from self to world.

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P5 Be-My-Buddy Programme

Entering primary school is the start of a new phase of life for all children. It can proved to be both an exciting and challenging experience for the P1 pupils. The Be-My-Buddy Programme aimed to help the P1 pupils adapt to primary school life and also provide opportunity for the P5 pupils to care for their younger schoolmates.
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Clean WV 25 May

West Viewans have participated in the first spring cleaning event of the year, ‘Clean WV’, on 25 May very enthusiastically. The pupils seized the opportunity to display Habit 6 – Together is Better as they showed how they were able to work together in being responsible towards the school environment. 

This year, pupils started working together weeks before the actual event as they discussed how the cleaning process should take place. As a result, we saw many pupils coming to school prepared with rags, masks, pails, cleaning liquid among others. 
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Through the experience, West Viewans have learnt how they should be responsible towards the school cleanliness and how they should appreciate what the attendants have been doing for the school. We are sure West Viewans will continue displaying the positive attitude and spirit during the daily cleaning of the classrooms.  Keep up the good work, West Viewans!

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P3 Keep West View Litter-Free Movement

The Primary 3 pupils were tasked to work on a project for their Values In Action (VIA) programme. The theme given to them was “Keep West View Litter-Free Movement”. They did the planning for 3 weeks and came up with different ideas such as posters to raise awareness of littering, skits, pre-assembly presentation and recess activities. At the end of the 3 weeks, the pupils presented their work. The pupils displayed the habit of “Together is better”. Congratulations to the Primary 3 pupils for their hard work in the VIA project! 

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Pupils designing their posters and pasting it around the school


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                                                         Pupils presenting on the why we should not litter


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                                                       Recess activities carried out by the Primary 3 pupils