Last Updated: 08 June 2021

Our programmes

There are a variety of programmes in schools that help students develop their strengths and areas of interest. Learn more about these programmes and how they are beneficial.

Art Elective Programme for junior college

The Art Elective Programme (AEP) allows students with artistic potential, aptitude and passion to pursue an in-depth study of art. The AEP is a 2-year programme offered in selected junior colleges.

CCA

Co-curricular activities (CCA) play a key role in students' holistic development. Learn about it.

Counselling and Student Welfare

School Counsellors provide support to students with personal or academic challenges while Student Welfare Officers help disadvantaged students continue their schooling. Learn about the support in schools.

Cyber Wellness

Cyber Wellness education focuses on helping your child to be a responsible digital learner. Learn more about the programme and curriculum.

Discipline

Schools build character by instilling discipline. Find out how schools approach discipline.

Education and Career Guidance

Education and Career Guidance equips students with the knowledge, skills and values needed to make informed decisions at key education stages to successfully transit from school to further education or work. Learn about it.

Enrichment programmes and activities for High-Ability Learners

In primary school, High-Ability Learners can participate in enrichment programmes and activities that develop their interests. Learn more about the programmes and activities.

Gifted Education Programme

We are committed to ensuring that the potential of each intellectually gifted student is recognised, nurtured and developed. Learn about the Gifted Education Programme and how we help intellectually gifted students realise their full potential. 

Holistic Health Framework

Schools adopt a Holistic Health Framework to develop the total well-being of students.

Humanities Talent Development

This Humanities Talent Development programme helps students to develop a deeper knowledge of the Humanities subjects. Under this broad programme, there are 3 subject-based Talent Development Programmes (TDPs) and an interdisciplinary Humanities Scholarship and Programme (HSP).

Junior Sports Academy

The Junior Sports Academy (JSA) programme caters to primary school students with sports potential. Learn more about JSA and how it can benefit your child.

Music Elective Programme for junior college

The Music Elective Programme (MEP) allows students with music potential, aptitude and passion to pursue an in-depth study of music. The MEP is a 2-year programme and offered in selected junior colleges.

National Education

National Education (NE) was launched in 1997 with the intent to instil national identity and the spirit of togetherness in our young. Find out about National Education.

NUS-MOE Humanities and Social Sciences Research

Students who take the A-Level examination and who demonstrate outstanding aptitude and ability in the Humanities and Social Sciences can take the NUS-MOE HSSR as a H3 option. Find out more.

Project Work

Interdisciplinary Project Work is a learning experience that provides primary and secondary school students with the opportunity to synthesise knowledge from various areas of learning and apply it to real-life situations. Students collaborate with their peers and communicate their ideas effectively to achieve a common objective. Learn more about it.

Sexuality Education

Students will learn about the physical, emotional, social and ethical dimensions of human sexuality in primary schools, secondary schools, junior colleges and Millennia Institute. Learn more about the MOE Sexuality Education and how you can support your child.

Social and Emotional Learning

Having strong social and emotional skills help your child to develop personal effectiveness and well-being, build positive relationships, live out their values and grow their character. They can also improve your child's school performance. Learn more about these skills and how they can help your child.