Bendemeer Primary School started in 1977. The school was officially declared open by Mr Sidek Saniff, Member of Parliament for Kolam Ayer, on 10 March 1978. It serves the neighbourhoods of Bendemeer, Whampoa, Kallang Bahru, Boon Keng and Geylang Bahru. The old Bendemeer Primary School shared the same compound with Beng Wan Primary, Bendemeer Secondary and later Woodsville Secondary <<click here to find out more>>
2015 PSLE Results
Congratulations to all our P6 pupils on their performance in the PSLE. The school has achieved overall 100% passes for P6 pupils! Click here for more details.
Letter to Parents
11 Nov 2015
I first joined the Bendemeer family back in September 2006 and in the blink of an eye, nine years have passed. At the end of this year, I will be leaving Bendemeer Primary School for a new posting in Yuhua Primary School. This is part of MOE’s process to systematically appoint and rotate Principals so as to enable schools to benefit from the infusion of fresh perspectives. Click here to read more.
OYEA 2015 - National Honours For Inspirational Young Educators
We would like to congratulate Ms Winnie Tan for receiving the Outstanding Youth in Education Award (OYEA) from Mr Heng Swee Keat, Minister for Education, at the National Institute of Education (NIE) Teachers’ Investiture Ceremony on Monday, 6 July 2015. Please click here to read more.
Ms Winnie Tan with the
Minister for Education, Mr Heng Swee Keat and
our Principal, Mrs See
Ms Winnie Tan with the other OYEA recipients at the award ceremony
Bendemeer Primary School Concert Band
The School Concert Band performing at the Istana during the National Day Celebrations on 2nd Aug 2015.
4th Winter Band Festival 2012
The School Concert Band has won the GOLD Award at the 4th Winder Band Festival in Hongkong.
Kallang - Moulmein GRC Telematch Carnival 2013
On 2nd March 2013, the Environmental Education Department, Environment Club and Art Department participated in the Kallang-Moulmein GRC Telematch Carnival. The teachers, pupils and volunteers set up two booths to teach the residents how to make useful products from recyclable materials such as toilets rolls, recycled paper and magazines. << click here to continue reading >>
Minister for Culture, Community and Youth and Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Communications and Information, Mr Lawrence Wong, visited Bendemeer Primary School on 17 Jul 2012. Read more about his visit on MOE Facebook.
Acting Minister for Culture, Community and Youth and Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Communications and Information, Mr Lawrence Wong, mentioned our school during his speech at the National Day Rally.
Watermark Award 2011
Bendemeer Primary School has been awarded the Watermark Award for this year. This award is presented by PUB to recognise organisations with outstanding contributions and commitment to protect and raise awareness of Singapore’s precious water resources. << click here to continue reading >>