School Philosophy, Culture and Ethos
The 'Formation of the Heart' is central to our education programme. We focus on the holistic development of students to enable them to reach their full potential and, at the same time, develop the attitudes and habits that will make them good women committed to God, compassionate to all and cheerful in service to others. Also central to a Canossian Education is the person-centeredness of the teacher and learner. The teachers and students respect the dignity of each person - irrespective of their intellectual, emotional, social and cultural background. We believe in nurturing our students in an atmosphere of warmth and affection, yet showing firmness when necessary, so that they will grow in self-discipline and experience joy in learning. Brain-Based Learning has been deployed as a whole-school approach to teaching and learning as we believe that learning should be in accordance with the way the brain is naturally designed to learn.
ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS, ART, BASIC CHINESE, BIOLOGY, BASIC MALAY, COMBINED HUMANITIES (S,G), COMBINED HUMANITIES (S,H), COMBINED HUMANITIES (S,L), CHEMISTRY, CHINESE, CHINESE N(A), COMPUTER APPLICATIONS, DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY, DRAMA, ELEMENTS OF BUSINESS SKILLS, ENGLISH LANGUAGE, ENGLISH LANGUAGE (SYLL A), ENGLISH LANGUAGE (SYLL T), FOOD & NUTRITION, FOOD AND CONSUMER EDUCATION, GEOGRAPHY, LITERATURE(E), MATHEMATICS, MATHEMATICS (SYLLABUS A), MATHEMATICS (SYLLABUS T), MALAY, MALAY N(A), MUSIC, PHYSICAL EDUCATION, PHYSICS, PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTS, SCIENCE (CHEM, BIO), SCIENCE (PHY, BIO), SCIENCE (PHY, CHEM), SCIENCE (SYLL T), SOCIAL STUDIES N(T)
Special Student Development Programmes Offered
Performing Arts Education, which is delivered as part of the lower secondary curriculum for all students, aims to develop students with a good foundation in music and drama, as well as to promote an appreciation for the arts and aesthetics. Through this programme, students develop problem-solving abilities and thinking skills like analysing, synthesising and evaluating. This helps them identify, appreciate and deepen their understanding of the art forms of our different ethnic and other national communities. Different modes of assessment have been used to measure the level of cognitive and affective development in the subject. Various platforms, such as the Performing Arts Showcases and Arts Alive! Concerts, have also been organised for students to display their talents by performing to the school community and stakeholders.
- BADMINTON, NETBALL, ATHLETICS, TENNIS, TAEKWONDO, FLOORBALL
Visual and Performing Arts
- ENSEMBLE - ANGKLUNG/KULINTANG, CHOIR, ENSEMBLE - GUITAR, ENSEMBLE - PERCUSSION, DANCE - MODERN, DANCE - INDIAN, DRAMA - ENGLISH, BAND - CONCERT, DIGITAL MEDIA CLUB, ST MAGDALENE'S CLUB
- GIRL GUIDES, ST. JOHN BRIGADE
Clubs and Societies
- PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT, DEBATING AND ORATORICAL SOCIETY, CHINESE CULTURAL SOCIETY, LIBRARY
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Option Code : 7016Affliated School : CATHOLIC JUNIOR COLLEGE, CANOSSA CONVENT PRIMARY SCHOOL, ST. ANTHONY'S CANOSSIAN PRIMARY SCHOOL
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