To add value to each student’s potential in Mathematics.
To equip our students with Mathematical skills, processes and concepts, as well as the metacognitive skills to appreciate Mathematics. These will empower them to become problem-solvers who will make sound decisions and be critical thinkers, life-long learners and contributors of society.
The Department aims to provide the students with the necessary skills not only to pass examinations but also to enjoy learning Mathematics. Hence, we let the students explore Mathematics beyond the confines of the textbooks through the use of manipulative, experiential education, quizzes, enrichment programmes, online learning and mathematics competitions. As Mathematics is the key to many areas in our lives, we hope to equip our students with a good foundation in Mathematics so that they would become competent and life-long learners.
Banding of GCE ‘O’ Graduating Classes
The students in the weaker classes are banded according to their abilities. This is to stretch and maximise their potential to achieve their expected results.
Self-directed and independent learning programme via Maths e-learning portal
Sec One to Three Express and Normal (Academic) students are exposed to Maths e-learning portal to develop their ability to use technology confidently for self-directed learning, exploration and problem solving.
Sec 1 Maths Games Day 2015
The objectives are for students to apply mathematics concepts in games, appreciate the value of mathematics and foster social skills and teamwork among students. It was held on 18 Feb during lower sec assembly period and the winners are 1E3 (1st) and 1E1 and 1E2 (tie for 2nd place). The students’ feedback was very positive and they were very engaged during the session.
Singapore Mathematics Olympiad (SMO) 2015
To develop our high ability students, they were identified and trained to take part in the SMO to develop their talents.
- 1 Bronze
- 3 Honourable Mention
University of New South Wales Competitions (UNSW) 2014
All Secondary Three Express pupils took part in UNSW to expose them to more challenging questions to enrich their Mathematical experience.
- 4 Distinctions
- 33 Credits
All Secondary School Mathematics Competition for Normal Course (ASSMC) 2015
12 Secondary Two and Three Normal (Academic) and (Technical) students were identified to take part in the ASSMC to realize their potential.
- Top 10 team
|Every student excels in Principles of Accounts|
|To ensure that each and every student is well versed in financial management|
|The Principles of Accounts department aims to:
LCCI Level 1 Book-keeping
- To have an accreditation apart from GCE O/N Level
- To enable them to realize the benefits of Principles of Accounts and Financial Literacy
Work Attachment Programme
- Enable students to learn knowledge, life skills and values beyond the classroom setting
- Provide opportunities for experiential learning in the real world