Central to the crest is the design of people arising together. It
signifies how the school partners the students, staff and community in soaring
to greater heights. The broad white curves symbolise the waves, a feature that
is symbolic of the coastal location of both Coral Primary School and White
Sands Primary School. The thin red line symbolises the outline of a book where
there is passionate learning of knowledge, skills and values. Together, they
signify the school as the gateway in delivering quality education to our
students and helping them to ride the waves of opportunities and challenges.
The inner ring encapsulating
the design portrays a well-rounded and holistic education while the outer ring
is symbolic of the continual learning and growth taking place in the school in
the spirit of excellence.
There are four colours in
the school crest, each with significant meaning. Blue conveys strength and
steadfastness; White is the colour of purity and new beginnings while yellow
represents hope and enlightenment. Red denotes passion and vibrancy in pursuit
of excellence. Together they lend themselves to the notion of a bright future.