School Philosophy, Culture and Ethos
The school's vision is to develop our students to be Promise-Keepers, Hope-Builders and Servant-Leaders. To this intent, the school places emphasis on nurturing and developing good character as well as harness the leadership potential in every child; inculcating in them a sense of gratitude and responsibility to the community and nation. To achieve our mission to develop "A Total Person Worthy of God and Man", the school provides a holistic education that seeks to engage students to participate fully in CCA and Student Leadership programmes. The school provides a Christian environment where there is a strong culture of teamwork, learning, excellence, care and self-discipline in the school.
ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS, ART, BIOLOGY, COMBINED HUMANITIES (S,G), COMBINED HUMANITIES (S,H), COMBINED HUMANITIES (S,L), CHEMISTRY, CHINESE, COMPUTER APPLICATIONS, DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY, ENGLISH LANGUAGE, EXERCISE AND SPORTS SCIENCE, FOOD & NUTRITION, FOOD AND CONSUMER EDUCATION, GEOGRAPHY, HIGHER CHINESE, HISTORY, LITERATURE(E), MATHEMATICS, MALAY, MUSIC NT LEVEL, MUSIC 'O' LEVEL, OECIE ECONOMICS (GCEO), PHYSICS, PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTS, SCIENCE (CHEM, BIO), SCIENCE (PHY, CHEM), SCIENCE (SYLL T)
Special Student Development Programmes Offered
The school leverages on its Learning for Life Programme (LLP) to support its vision to develop students to be 'Promise-Keepers, Hope-Builders and Servant-Leaders'. All students will undergo customised LLP modules which are based on the Servant-Leadership model by Robert Greenleaf. In tandem with the school's Character First Programme, PHS seeks to harness the potential in every student to be the best that he/she can be. For Community Youth Leadership (CYL), the focus is on providing students with opportunities to be leaders of empathy as they lead in serving the community with a purpose. These programmes collectively develop the mental, physical and emotional wellness to give our students a firm foundation from which they can optimise their performance in their academic pursuit, CCAs and other school activities. The school's Applied Learning Programme (ALP) in Forensic & Pharmaceutical Science seeks to engage and excite our students in the learning of Science and enable students to experience how Science is applied in real life. Through forensic science, the ALP taps on students' interest in learning the Science behind crime scene processing, through an array of hands-on activities. Students will also be taught to appreciate the ethics behind forensic science.
- BADMINTON, BASKETBALL, FOOTBALL, TABLE TENNIS, VOLLEYBALL
Visual and Performing Arts
- CHINESE ORCHESTRA , CHOIR, SYMPHONIC BAND, GUZHENG ENSEMBLE, DANCE, DRAMA
- BOYS' BRIGADE, GIRLS' BRIGADE, NPCC, NCC (SEA), NATIONAL CIVIL DEFENCE CADET CORPS
Clubs and Societies
- AUDIO ENGINEERING CLUB, LIBRARY, PHMEDIA
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Option Code : 7308Affliated School : ST. ANDREW'S JUNIOR COLLEGE
How to Get There?
By Car : 5209 ANG MO KIO AVENUE 6 S(569845)
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