Katong School

Find out more about life in Katong 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, Resilience, Integrity, Commitment

Motto: We can achieve!

General information
Area: Bedok
Address: 900 New Upper Changi Road, Singapore 467354
Telephone no.
6445 8027
Special needs catered for
Mild intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorder
Age range
7 to 16 years old
Curriculum offered
School mode
Double session (Morning: Senior, Afternoon: Junior)
Services offered
School bus transport
School fees
Visit the school's website for more information.
Open house
  • Friday, 3 June 2022
  • Friday, 9 September 2022
  • 10am to 11.30am
  • Online presentation and virtual tour
Contact information How to register

Register online for the respective sessions: 

Admissions timeline
January 2022 cohort
Start of school
January 2022

Application deadline
September 2021
Applicants at other levels
Start of school
Beginning of the month, except June and December.

Application deadline
KS Arts Programme
The KS Arts Programme aims to nurture students’ interest and talents through various expressive forms such as dance, drama, music and visual arts.
Sensory Integration Programme
The Sensory Integration Programme aims to help students with autism to manage their behavioural responses, modulation and self-regulation through sensory regulation sessions, sensory play lessons and sensory breaks.
Work Experience Programme
The Work Experience Programme aims to provide students with authentic learning experiences at various work sites in preparation for post-secondary vocational training and open-employment opportunities.
Learning domains
Primary / Junior
  • Functional Academics – Literacy, Numeracy, Science (P4 to P6)
  • Daily Living
  • Social Emotional
  • Physical Education
  • Arts
Secondary / Senior
  • Functional Academics – Literacy, Numeracy, Science (S1 & S2)
  • Daily Living
  • Social Emotional
  • Physical Education
  • Arts
  • Vocational Education
Co-Curricular Activities (CCA)
  • Athletics
  • Bocce
  • Bowling
  • Soccer
  • Swimming
  • Artist Inc
  • KS Arts Biz
  • Art and Craft
  • Dance Choir
  • Scouts
  • Circus Arts
  • Digital Art and Photography
  • Robotics
  • Eco Club
Alisha Hadirah

Katong School-Alisha Hadirah
The true essence of learning takes place when one is able to transfer and apply learning beyond the walls of the classroom. A keen learner, Alisha has shown at the age of 12, the capability and competence in applying her learning and skills attained in school back at home. 

Besides helping out with household chores, Alisha also guides her two younger siblings in developing their daily living skills. The functional curriculum and programmes in school have provided Alisha with the platform to pick up daily living skills and to meaningfully apply them at home.

Being a good role model for her two younger siblings and exemplifying school values as one of the Assistant Head Prefects, Alisha has shown that with commitment and resilience, students from SPED schools can play an important role in the community and society.  

Mohammad Sheyzad

Katong School - Sheyzad
Sheyzad received the Model Student Award in 2020 for his outstanding display of the school values — Respect, Resilience, Integrity and Commitment. He also received the Student Talent, Achievement and Recognition (STAR) Award in 2020, for his contribution and achievement in his CCAs — Soccer, Swimming and Circus Arts. 
As the school’s Head Prefect, Sheyzad is an exemplary student who showed perseverance against the odds to excel. Despite having to travel 2 hours to school daily, Sheyzad is disciplined in following through his own schedule to ensure that he has sufficient sleep daily and be punctual in attending school. 

Embodying the school motto “We can Achieve”, Sheyzad’s self-discipline not only helps him to excel but also motivates his peers to achieve their goals.

Brayden Liew Jun Wen

Katong School - Brayden
Brayden Liew is an exemplary reflection of Resilience, one of the school’s core values. Adjusting well in his transition from a mainstream primary school to Katong School, Brayden has transformed from being reserved and shy to a socially competent student, always lending a helping hand to his peers and teachers, with a smile. 

His resilience to adapt and excel has seen him take on key responsibilities well as a prefect. His maturity and responsible nature makes him a role model to his peers, especially his classmates as they prepare for transition to secondary school. 
All information listed above is provided by the school. Visit the school's website or contact them to find out more.