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Information & Communication Technology

Our Department Photo

(From left to right)

Row 1: Miss Fion Hong, Mr Lee Beng Sern, Miss S Thivyaa Tharrshini, Mr Liao Donglin, Mdm Miranti

Row 2: Mdm Joyce Lim MY, Miss Nurshahirah, Mr Hamizan , Mr Muhammad Azri, Miss Stella Zhang

Absent with apologies: Mr Saravanan s/o Shanmugam and Miss Siti Nuraini

Our Department
Head of Department (Covering)Mr Saravanan s/o Shanmugam
Subject Head (Covering)Miss Stella Zhang Wenxin
 MembersMr Liao Donglin 
  Miss Fion Hong Li Ying
  Mdm Lim May Ying
  Mr Lee Beng Sern
  Mdm Ivy Chan Yee Mei

Our Vision

Embracing ICT Culture, Responsible Netizens

Our Mission

● To develop future-ready and responsible digital learners 
● To equip students and staff the skills and knowledge needed to harness technology in the school curriculum and programmes responsibly 
● To provide infrastructure to support learning to take place anytime and anywhere

Our 3 Key Programmes

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Everyone a Maker

Design Week is a part of the ‘Everyone a Maker’ programme which runs during the three recesses for a week to inculcate the Maker spirit among students through play. Students are given challenges to exercise their design and computational thinking in designing functional products and showcasing them. Through these activities, students get to design, tinker and iterate on ideas and make products.

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Cyberwellness Curriculum

The focus of the Cyberwellness curriculum is about helping students to become responsible digital learners through CW lessons in the curriculum and school-wide programmes. Cyberwellness assemblies and activities designed and created by the school’s Cyberwellness Ambassadors are carried out during recesses to educate students on the importance of Cyberwellness and to guide them on the correct usage of the internet.
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Baseline ICT Skills and New Media Literacies

The Baseline ICT Skills and New Media Literacies is a set of ICT and literacy skill competencies that students will be exposed to during the School Based Curriculum. It is intended to equip students with knowledge, skills and values during their six years to become future-ready and responsible digital learners.