The new Queenstown Primary School was formed through a merger of Mei Chin, Tanglin and the old Queenstown Primary Schools in January 2002.
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Being a former alumnus of Queenstown Primary School, I have nothing but praise for this lesser known neighbourhood school. QtPS is not a school associated with prestige or fame and comes from humble beginnings, but I vouch for the quality of their education and staff. I was under 2 different principals while I was there. The first was a gentle, motherly figure who always liked to reward us with various perks when we did well in competitions and performances. The second was a stricter, more value-oriented disciplinarian who always put character education and discipline as one of her core values. Both were excellent role models and I am thankful that I had the opportunity to be under them and develop myself as a person.
The teachers that taught me were dedicated and fun-loving. We didn't just have a teacher-student relationship, we were closer than that and there always was this sense of intimacy yet formal distance that I had with most of my teachers. Although teaching us the academics was always a priority, they never neglected personal time and there was always quality bonding time spent between us students and the teacher which made me love coming to school everyday.
It is always rare to find teachers and admin staff who truly take pride and love what they are doing and yet I found plenty of such people in QtPS. Quite a fair bit of teachers are still teaching there and are their same old wacky, comical selves and although the school restricts former students from visiting apart from on special occasions like Teachers' Day, QtPS will never fail to elicit warm and fuzzy memories.