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T & L Session 1
T & L Session 1: Teach  Learn – I’ve taught, have they learned Objectives: • Improve student learning through teacher’s professional development • Raise awareness on possible techniques to support assessment for learning in classroom teaching and learning • Promote reflective teaching practice in WGS
Secondary 4E/NA Students Investigative Geography Fieldwork @ Orchard Shopping District
The Secondary 4 Express and Normal Academic students were at Orchard area – Singapore’s prime shopping district – for their geographical investigative fieldwork study on 25 and 27 January 2016 respectively. At Orchard area, students worked in groups to complete various tasks such as interviewing tourists to gather responses on the attractiveness of Orchard area as a shopping paradise and conducting land use survey to explore the types of shops in the district.
Secondary 4NA and 4NT Elective Module
Since 2004, the Elective Modules (EMs) have been conducted for our students in the Normal stream, for the purpose of introducing them to courses of study in ITEs and Polytechnics and exposing them to possible career paths. To broaden our students’ learning experiences and cater for their varied learning needs, styles and aspirations, our school offers all students in the Normal Academic stream two modules in their four years with us. In February this year, we ran the second set of EMs for them.
NUS Geography Challenge 2016
It was an annual competition organised by the National University of Singapore Geographical Society at the NUS Kent Ridge Campus. The theme for this year’s challenge was ‘Our Evolving Cities: People and environment’, which exposed our students to relevant geographical issues affecting cities in the world today. The team spent a few afternoons after school to train for the competition with their Humanities teachers Ms Veronica Lam and Mr Koh C K.
Total Defence Day
With the theme, ‘Together We Keep Singapore Strong’, the commemoration of Total Defence Day (TDD) continues to remind us that everyone plays a part in keeping Singapore safe for everybody. The main attraction of the celebration was held on Friday, 19th Feb 2016, when police officers set up a static display of the SPF police car and SCDF Red Rhino at recess time. During the week, after the flag raising ceremony, our uniformed groups discussed their involvement and roles in Total Defence.