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Information and Communications Technology

Personalised Learning Trail

The objective of this programme is to engage students through inquire-based formats using location-based technology and also to engage real-time quiz progress and location tracking using a “live” monitoring station. Through this programme, social media and collaborative apps were integrated to allow students to communicate, navigate and interact with one another. This trail is a stepping stone towards getting the students to be more confident and articulate thinkers and eventually take more ownership of their learning and deepen their understanding. This personalised learning experience is student-centered and makes use of collaborative learning to make meaning of their learning experience.

West Zone cyberwellness ambassador workshop 

Cyber Wellness Student Ambassador Programme (CWSAP) is organised to engage the student community on Cyber Wellness (CW) education in schools. The objectives of this workshop are to engage Cyberwellness Ambassadors (CWSA) in peer advocacy through discussions and implementation of cyber wellness activities, to equip CWSAs with facilitation skills and questioning techniques that enable them to engage their fellow school mates (participants) and also to guide CWSAs to design Cyber Wellness activities that leverages on ICT for effective delivery and learning. We hope to continue to run this programme to build capacity of the CWSAs through the support of the West Zone Secondary Schools. We believe that it is crucial for secondary school students to be equipped with the knowledge, skills and attitudes related to cyber wellness in this digital age, in line with our national education objectives.

E-Learning Day

The school organises E-Learning day for all Secondary 1 to 5 students. The objective of this E-Learning day is to move towards student – centered learning using ICT as a mode of learning and also to minimize the loss of curriculum time and to keep students gainfully occupied at home during an unscheduled school closure. ICT enabled teaching and learning approaches such as collaborative learning, inquiry based learning and assessment for learning were used for the design of lesson packages.