Delta Senior School

Find out more about life in Delta Senior School and its programmes.

Vision: Empowered lives for an engaged community and inclusive society.

  • Enabling persons with special needs to be active contributors of society.
  • Inspiring and building capabilities of partners and the community.
  • Leading and advocating towards an inclusive society.
Values: Respect, Responsibility, Resilience and Integrity

Motto: I can, I want and I will — be the best that I can be

General information
Area: Choa Chu Kang
Address: 3 Choa Chu Kang Grove, Singapore 688237
Telephone no.
6276 3818
Special needs catered for
Mild intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorder
Age range
17 to 21 years old
Curriculum offered
School mode
Single session
School fees
Contact the school directly for more information.
Open house
See the highlights of the school’s virtual open house which was held in February 2022.
Admissions timeline
All applicants
Start of school
January 2023

Application deadline
October 2022

Ad-hoc applications are also reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
Academic Programmes
The academic programmes are offered in four key learning areas: Literacy, Numeracy, Fitness and Health as well as Character and Citizenship Education. The curriculum in each key learning area is designed to equip students with knowledge, skills and attributes to prepare them for adulthood and employment. This includes a core emphasis on cultivating positive character traits and work habits as well as developing competencies in the use of technology and digital tools.
Vocational Programmes with WSQ Modules
4 vocational courses are offered as part of the WSQ Programme: Food & Beverage, Hotel & Accommodation Services, Retail Operations and Horticulture. Students will be placed in one of these courses based on the outcome of a vocational profiling exercise and will be awarded Statements of Attainment (SOA) for completing a given number of modules within each course.
Work Skills Training
This programme provides a platform for students to acquire core work readiness skills in the areas of housekeeping, food preparation, merchandising and landscape operations to prepare them for transition to the workplace.
Life Skills Training
This programme provides students the opportunity to develop and strengthen their daily living skills through modules such as mobility training, adapted self-defence and personal management with the aim of facilitating their transition to adulthood and living in the community.
Computer Skills Training
This programme provides students the avenue to learn skills related to the use of ICT tools and media applications to perform administrative tasks, with an emphasis on inculcating awareness of issues pertaining to cyber wellness, security and etiquette.
Learning domains
Workforce Skills Qualification (WSQ) Track
  • Literacy
  • Numeracy
  • Fitness and Health
  • Personal Management
  • Food and Beverage
  • Horticulture
  • Hotel and Accommodation Services
  • Retail Operations
LEAD Programme
  • Literacy
  • Numeracy
  • Fitness and Health
  • Personal Management
  • Work Skills Training
  • Computer Skills Training
  • Mobility Training
  • Fundamental Skills Training
Co-Curricular Activities (CCA)
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Bowling
  • Circus Arts
  • Floorball
  • Soccer
  • Swimming
  • Table Tennis
  • Track and Field
  • Creative Arts
  • IT Club
  • Lion Dance
  • Modern Dance
  • Percussion
Warren Cheh Zheng Wei
Year 3 student in the Workforce Skills Qualification (WSQ) Food and Beverage Programme

Warren Cheh Zheng Wei - Delta Senior School
As a student in the Workforce Skills Qualification (WSQ) Food & Beverage programme, Warren Cheh Zheng Wei has outstanding achievements in the academic, vocational, leadership and sports domains.

Besides receiving the Best in Cohort awards each year, Warren’s strength in remaining composed under pressure saw him participating in competitions such as the Inter-SPED Creative Challenge and the Master Chef Singapore (Special Edition). These platforms gave him the opportunity to showcase his creativity, perseverance and qualities as a team player.

A Deputy Head Prefect, Warren serves as an ambassador of the school and embraces his duties with commitment and dedication. His strong sense of responsibility makes him an excellent role model for his peers.

Warren has also made his mark in the sporting arena, representing the school in badminton and athletics at the national level. Warren picked up skills in Circus Arts whilst a student in Grace Orchard School. Alongside his peers, he has participated in performances at school-based and public events and developed his confidence as a result.

During his time as a Kitchen Apprentice at Hilton Hotel, he demonstrated integrity, resilience and problem-solving skills. Despite his many achievements over the years, Warren continues to be humble, always seeking to improve himself and to use his many skills, talents, gifts and abilities to serve the school and the larger community.

After completing his year-long Work Experience Programme stint with Out to Chill, a food and beverage establishment, Warren joined its service crew in June 2021.

Farah Auni Binte Abdul Gapar
Year 1 student in the Workforce Skills Qualification (WSQ) Hotel and Accommodation Services programme

Farah Auni Binte Abdul Gapar - Delta Senior School
Farah Auni Binte Abdul Gapar began her journey in Delta Senior School in 2018 as a student in the LEAD programme, a course of study that offers a progressive curriculum which covers various aspects of student development, with a focus on life skills.

For the LIFE module, a component of the LEAD programme, Farah attended sessions on Adapted Self Defence, which centered on improving her strength, flexibility, balance, coordination and endurance. Alongside her classmates, Farah also had the opportunity to collectively plan for learning journeys, through which she learned about the various leisure and recreational facilities in the community.

Such authentic learning experiences provided the platform for Farah to practise appropriate social behaviour as well as enhance her interpersonal skills. As part of the Work Experience Programme, Farah was assigned the role of a caregiver assistant in a home for senior citizens. Her scope of work during on-site training included folding clothes, cleaning the premises, making beds as well as assisting the elderly in their daily routines. Farah excelled in her duties, which gave her the leverage, in terms of work readiness, for a transfer to the Workforce Skills Qualification (WSQ) Hotel and Accommodation Services programme in 2020, where she continues to learn, improve and thrive.
All information listed above is provided by the school. Visit the school's website or contact them to find out more.