To develop Collaborative, Confident, Curious and Responsible ICT users and learners
Promote, support and foster integration of ICT in curriculum, assessment and pedagogy
Develop teachers’ competency in pedagogical groundings for ICT usage to achieve desired learning outcomes for their pupils
Build a vibrant sharing culture of innovative practices beyond school
Establish a reliable and robust ICT infrastructure
Key Programmes / Activities
The i-train lessons are designed to meet the MOE baseline ICT skills attainment for primary schools. Each department has infused Baseline ICT skills into their curriculum so that pupils benefit from an ICT-enabled learning environment. The skills taught include Touch-Typing, Microsoft Office Skills (Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Excel) and photo-editing skills using Photoshop.
As an effort to promote self-directed learning, the school has an E-learning programme for all pupils to enrich their learning experiences. Pupils can access the lesson resources directly or use the E-learning Portal via the link for pupils at the school’s website. To encourage collaborative learning, pupils can use the forum and eduPost to communicate and collaborate with classmates and teachers in projects.
To increase pupils’ cyber wellness competencies, the ICT Department plans and implements our programmes based on a framework developed by MOE, which the school customises to meet our pupils’ needs.
For operational purposes, the term “technology misuse” refers specifically to actions in the cyberspace which are against school cyberspace rules.
Click on this link for the list of technology misuse and school discipline actions they entail.