Recognising Best Practices in Holistic Education

Published Date: 23 September 2014 12:00 AM

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1.A total of 23 schools will be recognised for their efforts and achievements in delivering a holistic education to students at the Ministry of Education (MOE) Work Plan Seminar (WPS) on 23 September 2014.

Lee Hsien Loong Award for Innovations in Normal Course

2.Bukit Batok Secondary School, Si Ling Secondary School, and Yio Chu Kang Secondary School will receive the Lee Hsien Loong Award for Innovations in the Normal Course. These schools had demonstrated innovation in teaching and learning, school management and organisation, as well as student development. This has led to significant benefits in the all-round development of their students in the Normal (Academic) and Normal (Technical) Courses. Details of each school’s innovative approach are in Annex A.

Best Practices

3.Twenty schools will be recognised for 68 Best Practices in five key aspects - 18 for Teaching and Learning, 13 for Character and Citizenship Education, 15 for Student All-Round Development, 15 for Staff Well-Being and Development, and 7 for Partnership. These schools’ best practices are recognised for their effective programmes, processes, and systems that have led to good education outcomes for their students. Details of some of the schools’ effective practices and systems are in Annex B.

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