BEDOK GREEN SECONDARY SCHOOL Singapore

BEDOK GREEN SECONDARY SCHOOL

BEDOK GREEN SECONDARY SCHOOL Singapore

Address:
360, BEDOK NORTH AVE 3,
Singapore, 469722
Singapore

Tel: 64463301

Fax: 64465969

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Subjects Offered

ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS
ART
BIOLOGY
CHEMISTRY
CHINESE
COMBINED HUMANITIES (S,G)
COMBINED HUMANITIES (S,H)
COMBINED HUMANITIES (S,L)
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY
ELEMENTS OF BUSINESS SKILLS
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
FOOD & NUTRITION
FOOD AND CONSUMER EDUCATION
GEOGRAPHY
HISTORY
MALAY
MATHEMATICS
MUSIC
OECIE PHYSICAL EDUCATION
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
PHYSICS
PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTS
SCIENCE (CHEM, BIO)
SCIENCE (PHY, CHEM)
SCIENCE (SYLL T)
SOCIAL STUDIES N(T)


Physical Sports

Badminton
Basketball
Canoeing
Football
Softball
Wushu


Uniformed Groups

Ncc (Land)
Npcc
St. John Ambulance Brigade


Visual and Performing Arts

Art & Craft
Choir
Concert Band
Dance
Drama
Guzheng Ensemble
Malay Dance


Clubs & Societies

Environment Club
Infocom Club
Media Resource Library Club
Outdoor Adventure Club
Singapore Youth Flying Club


Others

Not Available


Development Award

DA (Character Development)
DA (National Education)


Sports & Games Competition

  National Zone


SYF Arts Presentation

  Awards


Best Unit Award

  Awards


Others

  Softball East Zone C Div Boys – 2nd – 2013, Softball East Zone B Div Boys – 3rd – 2012, Softball East Zone B Div Boys – 4th – 2011, Softball East Zone C Div Boys – 4th – 2011, Softball East Zone B Div Boys – 4th – 2010, 2nd International Broadsword: B-Girls: Silver – 2009, 2nd International Cudgel: B-Girls: Silver – 2009, 42 Style Tai Ji Quan: B-girls: Silver – 2009, National Track and Field: Shot Put: C-boys – 5th, B-boys-11th – 2009, Singapore Kindness Cheer Competition – Silver – 2009


Other school features and achievements

  The school’s focus is for all members to believe in themselves and to grow to their best potential. It reflects the school’s emphasis on staff as instructional leaders engaging students and stakeholders, and students as leaders with purpose to engage one another as a learning community. The school as a whole also focuses on character development, as strong values and sound character set the foundation for students to be nurtured as leaders. The school is proud to have had two students awarded the Lee Kuan Yew Award for All-Round Excellence – Yuhanis Bte Kadis (2010) and Lee Wei Lin (2012). These would not have been possible without the dedicated work of our staff, a good example being Mr Lee Beng Wah who received the President’s Award for Teachers in 2013.


MOE Programmes

Not Available


School Distinctive Programmes

Music & Performing ArtsBuilding Character and Values through the Performing Arts


Special Student Development Programmes Offered

The wide range of programmes in different domains caters to students with varied profiles, needs and abilities. Key in developing 21st Century Competencies is our Applied Learning Programme (ALP) in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), which aims to develop scientific thinking and inquiry skills through real-life applications. It rides upon our Integrated Project Work (IPW) where students apply their academic learning to solve authentic problems and learn important skills like programming, electronics and product design. This culminates in the BGSS Learning Festival where they showcase their projects. We also offer the Learning for Life Programme (LLP) where we build character and values through a pervasive whole-school Performing Arts programme. A key feature is the modular Aesthetics Programme for all lower secondary students in Music, Dance and Drama. This similarly culminates in the Aesthetics Showcase. The school promotes a strong culture in Sports and Outdoor Activities to develop resilience and ruggedness. Every student goes through Outdoor Education modules in PE, enrichment such as abseiling and rock-climbing as well as the Sec 2 Adventure Camp. The school also organises a slew of sporting activities, such as Sports Fiesta, and also offer PE as a GCE O-Level subject. The Values-in-Action (VIA) Programme promotes Service Learning to cultivate compassion and leadership in our students and includes the Sec 3 Overseas VIA to orphanages in Indonesia, as well as many student-initiated projects in collaboration with community partners such as PAYM. To ensure student well-being and development, we provide individualised support through our Year Head System, the STAR mentoring programme for graduating students, and many others. We are also one of the pilot schools offering Subject-Based Banding, where N(A) and N(T) students are able to take subjects at a higher level based on their PSLE results.

Nearest MRT Station: Bedok

Bus Services: 506 228 222 168 66 67 69 28 14 17

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