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Information and Communications Technology

The school is committed to nurturing “Future-ready and Responsible Digital Learners” under the vision of MOE’s ICT MasterPlan 4. ICT is harnessed in support of the school’s Total Curriculum Framework and to deepen subject mastery and develop 21st Century Competencies in students.

In order to achieve a learner-centered digital environment, the school focuses on:
  • ICT Integration in Curriculum & Pedagogy
  • Nurturing Responsible Digital Citizens

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Head of Department
Mr Gwee Yee Tat Ryan
Mr S Srijith Ms Yasmin Sultanah Binte Syed Ahmed
Mr Danny Asmara Bin Rahman Mdm Norazizah Bte Noordin
Mdm Irma Bte Hassan Ms Yang Hui Yi
Mr Wong Wei Xiang Darren Ms Kim Qingxian
Mr Wong Song Pei Mdm Yang Lili
Mdm Siti Nazhira Binte Mohd Aini Shavitha Jamna Ramakrishnan
Mdm Siti Faryanty (AED - T & L) Mr Lew Jia Chien ICT Executive

Programme Highlights

ICT in Curriculum & Pedagogy

With the acquisition of knowledge for education technology, teaching and learning in the school can be less teacher-centered and more student-focused with greater emphasis on self-directed and collaborative learning. ICT helps students to organise inquiry by facilitating discussion, problem solving and peer feedback. With the use of ICT, students leverage open tools and apps to work collaboratively with their peers. This form of learning helps students in developing 21st century competencies such as critical thinking skills.

Nurturing Responsible Digital Citizens

The advancement of technology allows students vast exposure to cyberspace. It is thus crucial to equip students with the knowledge and awareness of topics related to Cyberwellness so that they know how to be safe and use technology responsibly.

Students learn to be responsible digital citizens through explicit teaching during Form Teacher Guidance Periods (FTGP) and Character and Citizenship Education (CCE) lessons, as well as from short bite-sized presentations during morning assembly called CCE Bytes. In addition, Student Cyberwellness Ambassadors design and conduct hands-on activities for all students during Cyberwellness Awareness Week (CAW). Through these activities, students learn Cyberwellness tips and awareness of issues such as cyberbullying, excessive screen time and navigating the internet safely and responsibly.

External Links (to MOE sites for key information/ programme)