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Character & Citizenship Education

Vision

Every student, a responsible and reflective leader. 

Department Structure

NO. CORE MEMEBERS MAIN APPOINTMENTS
1. Mdm Marianna Bt Mohamad Hanafi HOD CCE
2. Mdm Ong Huay Theng Cindy SH NE / Disc (Covering)
3. Mdm Roszanah Bte Kamarudin Teacher
4. Mr Vinod Nair Teacher
5. Mdm Chua Siu Git Teacher
6. Mr Chan Jianhua Teacher
7. Mdm Poh Chiew Hui Teacher
8. Mdm Neo Ee Shiang Eleanor AED (Counselling)
9. Mdm Noorizan AED (LBS)

School Core Values

 

Icons Value Descriptors

Behavioural Indicator 

(Observable actions/Interactions)

Respect for self and others
  • Accept the differences that exist in everyone
  • Be polite to all
  • Realize one's self-worth and take pride in whatever one does
  • Make positive statements to encourage others
  • "We can do this together."
  • "Please leave him alone."
Always be gracious
  • Be well-mannered
  • Be kind and considerate
  • Put others before self
  • Offer to help without being asked
  • "Let me help you."
  • "Please do not say that, he/she might feel hurt."
Desire for learning
  • Believe in continuous learning
  • Be self-motivated
  • Be an independent learner
  • Positive attitude to try new things or learn new knowledge
  • "I can do this better."
  • "Is there anything more that I can do to make this better?"
Ignite creativity and innovation
  • Be enterprising
  • Dare to dream
  • Dare to do things differently
  • Look at things differently and encourage others along
  • "How could we do this differently?"
  • "You have a good idea, let's explore that."
Never give up
  • Accept failures as challenges
  • Be determined and persistent in pursuit of one's goals
  • Keep on trying
  • Figure out possible steps when meeting challenges
  • "Let's see what is the possible next step"
  • "If this doesn't work, let's try this."
Maximize potential
  • Overcome one's weaknesses
  • Use talents and skills to the fullest
  • Work and enhance one's strength
  • Look beyond others' mistakes and work on strengths.
  • "Everyone make mistakes, it is ok, I forgive you."
  • "I think your idea is better."
Aim for excellence
  • Set targets to challenge oneself
  • Strive for the best in all that one does
  • Take pride in one's work
  • Challenge self to achieve personal best.
  • "I think we did a great job"
  • "How can we change anything to make it better?"
Stand up for integrity
  • Be honest at all times
  • Have the courage to uphold righteousness
  • Own up to one's mistake
  • Admits mistakes and assume responsibilities
  • "Please leave him alone. What you are doing is hurtful, stop now."
  • "It is my fault, I am sorry."

 

2015 Key Programme

 

 

Make A Mark Programme

 

School Expectations

1. Students who are Singapore citizens must sing the National Anthem and take the Pledge. Students will take the Pledge with the right fist placed over the heart.

2. Students are to wear the prescribed school uniform and modification to the uniform is not allowed.

 

v  I WILL SING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM AND TAKE THE PLEDGE.

 

v  I WILL BE RESPECTFUL AND GRACIOUS.

  • I will be neatly and properly attired for school.
  • I will be punctual, and behave in an orderly manner at all times.
  • I will be responsible for my own decisions and actions.
  • I will treat others with respect.

 

v  I WILL TAKE CARE OF THE SCHOOL PROPERTY.

  • I will handle school property with care.
  • I will keep the school building and its environment clean.

 

Guidelines on DRESS CODE FOR STUDENTS

  • Students must be neat and properly attired in their school uniform at all times.

-       Students must wear white schools and white socks. The length of the socks should cover the ankles.

-       Students are allowed to be in their PE attire only on days when they have PE lessons and CCA/PAL lessons.

  • For Girls:

-       Hair accessories must be either black or dark blue.

-       Hair that reaches below the collar must be tied up (plaited or segmented) or cut.

-       Only identical stud earrings are allowed.

  • For Boys:

-       Hair must be kept short and neat at the back and sides.

-       All boys should be clean shaven and no facial hair is allowed.

  • For the safety of the students, no jewellery of any sort is allowed.

-       This includes bracelets, necklaces, rings and other form of jewellery as well as fanciful and expensive watches.

 

 

Guidelines on THE USE OF MOBILE PHONES

  • Students are to be responsible for their mobile phones. The school will not be held responsible for any missing mobile phones.
  • Students are to keep their mobile phones turned off during curriculum hours.
  • Students are only allowed to use their mobile phones to make phone calls after school, and only at the canteen.
  • At any other times, students must seek permission from their teachers in order to use their mobile phones, and make the calls in the presence of their teachers.


DISCIPLINARY ACTION AGAINST INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOUR


The school provides opportunities to reward students for appropriate behaviour and for improvement in academic and non-academic work. The use of rewards in school is based on the principle of positive reinforcement; behaviour that is rewarded is strengthened and is therefore likely repeated.

However, the school does not condone acts of misdeeds committed by students and due punishment will be meted out accordingly.

National Education

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