Serangoon Secondary School
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- Parents & Students+
- About Us
Principal's Message SSS Vision, Mission, Values, Philosophy, and Strategic Thrusts SSS School Identity School History School Stories School Steering Committee School Advisory Committee Staff Contact Us
- Distinctive Programmes
STEM Applied Learning Programme (ALP) Learning for Life Programme (LLP) Direct School Admission (DSA)
- Student Development
Character and Citizenship Education Co-Curricular Activities Counselling and Student Welfare Support Education and Career Guidance Student Leadership Student Management
- Academic Programmes
Craft & Technology English Language & Literature Humanities Information Communication & Technology (ICT) Mathematics Mother Tongue Physical Education Science
- Parents & Students
- COVID-19 Matters
Character and Citizenship Education
Anchored on the school’s core values of Self-Directedness, Harmony, Integrity, ResilieNce and Excellence, Character and Citizenship Education (CCE) in Serangoon Secondary School engages students in the cognitive, behavioural and affective domains (i.e. knowing, doing and being). By facilitating student engagement and voice, and empowering students to derive personal meaning from school activities, we equip our StaRs with the knowledge, skills, values and social emotional competencies, and develop character and citizenship dispositions that enable them to grow holistically and learn for life, empowering our students to be Resilient Individuals, Passionate Learners, Active Contributors.
Students are regularly exposed to articles on contemporary issues, and values are learned in an authentic and relatable context.
Students are guided to form and share fair and substantiated views, and to respect and value the views shared by others.
Learning is collaborative. Students have the opportunity to share their perspectives and learn from their friends in a safe setting.
Students enjoy vibrant discussions, where their voices and perspectives are heard and valued. This allows students to learn to express their views coherently, respectfully and confidently.
Our teachers engage students in the cognitive, behavioural and affective domains.