Cultural Immersion Trip to Osaka
Teaching and Learning Model/Approach/Pedagogy
Sec 1 Geography – Geographical Investigations – Project GAIA!
Students embark on an interdisciplinary VIA-Geographical Investigation Project called Project GAIA! where they make connections about how humans impact the environment. Secondary 1 students are given opportunities to explore environmental conservation and waste
management. These opportunities enable students to design effective environmental messages to engage the community during outreach.
Sec 2 History - Historical Investigation @ URA
To enable students to understand that housing posed a challenge in Singapore's journey towards nation-building as a newly independent country, students visit the Singapore City Gallery to see the story of Singapore’s remarkable transformation. To heighten and make concrete their learning, students take a walk in the vicinity of Tanjong Pagar to discover and gain first-hand experience of how Singapore manages the challenges of providing affordable housing and cope with the competing demands for land.
Sec 3 SS cum VIA Project
Secondary 3 students project provides students with the opportunity to examine a societal issue critically. While embarking on their group’s Issue Investigation, they will be
practising and strengthening a wide range of lifelong skills and responding constructively to a societal issue as informed, concerned and participative citizens. They will also propose solutions to address gaps in the society and execute these ideas as part of their Values-In-Action (VIA) project.
Overseas Cultural Exchange Humanities Trip
Secondary 3 students who signed up and are nominated get to go for an overseas Humanities Trip, which comprises of a mixture of disciplines such as Geography, History, Principles of Accounts, Elements of Business Skills and Social Studies elements. The countries for such cultural exchange and learning journeys include Japan, Australia, Cambodia and Hong Kong.