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Clubs and Societies


Established in 2016, Art Club provides the opportunity for students to meet after school to work on special art projects and to share art experiences with their fellow students, and also serves as a platform for students to showcase their talent and expand their knowledge in art and art-making through different mediums such as painting, printmaking, mosaic, photography, sculpture and etc. Every year, Art Club will organise art booth during Aesthetic Week to create awareness and expose students to different type of art. Recently, they also participated in PAssionArts Festival where students get to participate in different types of art making and organise a transparency printing booth for the public to participate.

As part of building appreciation and awareness of art in the society, students also visit museums to look at art exhibitions and participated in external competitions which enrich their learning and broaden their exposure to the different art forms. 


Comprising a service oriented and dynamic team of students and teachers, Media and Production Team (MPT) has 2 main arms and is all about the hardware and heart-ware, which runs through the veins of all school events, performances and mass communication functions.

The first arm mainly oversees the archival of school events in visual format with photography and videography support, providing quality photography and videography service to the school and the community. Often integrating media and ICT tools with innovative ideas and solutions, members are exposed to a wide variety of skills such as Journalism and Advance (DSLR) photography, Videography, Editing and Graphics Designing.


The second arm is an innovative body that renders audio technical support in various school events and functions, such as morning assemblies, talks, event celebrations and music broadcast. It provides a platform to equip students who are interested in the technical aspect of stage production with skills to contribute to the school. It also coordinates with other CCAs and lends support in major school performances. Through exposure to professional working platforms, its members also acquire rich learning and expertise in backstage and technical crew work. Usually the first to set up and the last to terminate its services and leave, MPT is the unsung hero of the many successes experienced by the school. 


Designed to cultivate students’ interest and engage them in the Humanities, the Humanities Society provides students with avenues to explore the discipline beyond the classroom. Through encouraging students to make sense of past and present issues through a variety of perspectives and disciplinary understandings, the programme aims to:

  • Deepen students’ understanding of the society and global community 
  • Nurture students into critical thinkers and responsible global citizens
  • Develop students’ leadership capabilities
Students hone their skills and knowledge through various activities including learning journeys, watching popular films, map making and participating in various local and overseas competitions and conferences. As leaders of Humanities-related events, students lead in organising school-wide events such as the annual Humanities Amazing Race Program (HARP) so as to enable them to apply and showcase their learning and leadership competencies.


Newly formed in 2020, the Malay Cultural Society (MCS) aims to develop students’ potential and abilities through Malay cultural activities as well as to provide a platform for them to cultivate a deep appreciation and strong passion for the Malay culture.


With regular training on every Wednesday and Friday, the MCS activities develop students’ talents in various niche areas such as Dikir Barat (sing-a-long and hand-movements’ dance), Kompang (Malay Drums ensemble) and poetry recitation. Members have the opportunity to work with a well-known external instructor to improve their vocal abilities, play Malay percussions well and write song lyrics of high quality.


MCS will enlighten the student population in Kranji Secondary School about Malay culture and allow members to show case their talents during school events and festivals. Through participation in the various activities organised by MCS, members also acquire leadership skills and competencies. MCS will create an environment for all members to learn the importance of teamwork by providing platforms for strong rapport to be formed among the members. Throughout the course of their participation, members will explore the various facets of Malay culture through activities involving music, dance, and the visual arts.


The opening of MCS adds a new dimension to Kranji Secondary School programme. As such, all interested students of any background or skill level are welcome to join MCS. There are multiple platforms for members to perform on stage, such as the annual Hari Raya Concert, school and community events and external competitions.

Science & Technology Club

The Science & Technology Club is a newly established club that aims to nurture science enthusiasts into passionate and inquisitive thinkers through science research and problem solving. Through club activities, our club members will be provided with the skills, knowledge and platforms that enable them to develop scientific dispositions such as scientific literacy, communication and critical thinking skills that support research and encourage curiosity, innovation and creativity. A diverse selection of STEM workshops and challenges are presented to our club members to extend their scientific capabilities and interest. They are also encouraged to develop coding and programming skills through workshops and various programs. Through committing their time for research and taking part in competitions, our club members will learn valuable 21st CC skills such as relationship management and resilience. In addition, they are given plenty of opportunities to hone their leadership and character development through mentoring their juniors, leading club events and planning and organising of school science-related events.

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Our club members on a learning journey @ SP Engineering Show. Through this science fair, they were exposed to real world science projects and to engage in active scientific discourse with presenters.

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Competing with Arduino-based, Bluetooth-controlled RC cars @ SP Engineering Show.