School Philosophy, Culture and Ethos
We aim to seed the skills and dispositions of confident learners and develop caring individuals with a heart for the society. We pride ourselves on providing a holistic education that develops our students into respectful, responsible and resilient individuals. The school adopts a whole-school approach towards student development with 'every educator, a character builder and a discipline teacher'. Our staff subscribes to the guiding principle of 'High Care and High Expectations' to shape the daily interactions between teachers and students. Our literacy and numeracy programmes strengthen the foundations of our weaker students and stretch the more able ones. We are also committed to staff professional development to ensure that our staff members are competent in helping students experience success in both the academic and non-academic domains. There is a strong and pervasive ethos of care and our students feel that the school is a safe environment for learning and growth.
ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS, ART, ART NA LEVEL, ART NT LEVEL, BASIC CHINESE, BASIC MALAY, BASIC TAMIL, COMBINED HUMANITIES (S,G), COMBINED HUMANITIES (S,H), CHEMISTRY, CHINESE, CHINESE N(A), CHINESE B, COMPUTER APPLICATIONS, DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY, ELEMENTS OF BUSINESS SKILLS, ENGLISH LANGUAGE, ENGLISH LANGUAGE (SYLL A), ENGLISH LANGUAGE (SYLL T), FOOD & NUTRITION, FOOD AND CONSUMER EDUCATION, FOOD STUDIES, N LEVEL, GEOGRAPHY, HIGHER CHINESE, HISTORY, HIGHER TAMIL, LITERATURE(E), MATHEMATICS, MATHEMATICS (SYLLABUS A), MATHEMATICS (SYLLABUS T), MALAY, MALAY N(A), MALAY B, MUSIC, MUSIC NT LEVEL, PHYSICAL EDUCATION, PHYSICS, PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTS, RETAIL OPERATIONS, SCIENCE (CHEM, BIO), SCIENCE (PHY, CHEM), SCIENCE, SCIENCE (SYLL T), SOCIAL STUDIES N(T), TAMIL, TAMIL N(A), TAMIL B
Special Student Development Programmes Offered
The school was awarded the MOE Niche Programme in Environment education in 2010. It was one of 3 recipients of the 2012 President's Award for the Environment. In 2014, the school transitioned its niche into an Applied Learning Programme (ALP) - Eco-sustainability through Inquiry-Based Learning - in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The ALP offers a robust interdisciplinary curriculum for students to appreciate the vital connections between text-book knowledge and skills to solve real-world problems and arrive at useful solutions. This three-year programme provides students the opportunity to engage in critical inquiry, hands-on research and field investigations to apply scientific principles in real life situations. Our Learning for Life Programme (LLP) - Values And character buiLding through Outdoor cURiculum (VALOUR) - focuses on values acquisition and character building through an outdoor education curriculum. Unique learning opportunities incorporating adventure skills enhance students' self-esteem, self-confidence, independence and social-emotional competencies. We customise the school curriculum to cater to students' interests, needs, abilities and learning styles. Our Normal Technical students are offered Retail Operations, an Applied Learning Subject. Students from the various courses are given the opportunities to take up Elective Modules and Advanced Elective Modules conducted at the Institutes of Technical Education and the Polytechnics respectively. All students are given opportunities to attain the National Youth Achievement Award (Bronze) through participation in Outdoor Adventure Camps and Values-in-Action (VIA) programmes.
- BADMINTON, HOCKEY, FOOTBALL
Visual and Performing Arts
- ORCHESTRA - CHINESE, DANCE - INTERNATIONAL, DANCE - MALAY, CHINESE LANGUAGE DRAMA SOCIETY, DRAMA SOCIETY, BAND - CONCERT, ART AND CRAFT CLUB
- BOYS' BRIGADE, NPCC, RED CROSS YOUTH, NCC (SEA)
Clubs and Societies
- AVA / INFOCOMM CLUB, SCRABBLE CLUB
|2017||Express||188 - 242|
|2017||Normal (Academic)||152 - 187|
|2017||Normal (Technical)||106 - 154|
Option Code : 3615
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By Car : 12 MARSILING ROAD S(739110)
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