DAMAI SECONDARY SCHOOL Singapore

DAMAI SECONDARY SCHOOL

DAMAI SECONDARY SCHOOL Singapore

Address:
4800, BEDOK RESERVOIR ROAD,
Singapore, 479229
Singapore

Tel: 64436848

Fax: 64425629

Email: Send an email

Subjects Offered

ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS
ART
BASIC CHINESE
BASIC MALAY
BIOLOGY
CHEMISTRY
CHINESE
CHINESE B
COMBINED HUMANITIES (S,G)
COMBINED HUMANITIES (S,H)
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY
ELEMENTS OF BUSINESS SKILLS
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
FOOD & NUTRITION
FOOD AND CONSUMER EDUCATION
GEOGRAPHY
HIGHER CHINESE
HISTORY
LITERATURE(E)
MALAY
MATHEMATICS
MUSIC
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
PHYSICS
PRINCIPLES OF A/C
SCIENCE (PHY, BIO)
SCIENCE (PHY, CHEM)
SOCIAL STUDIES


Physical Sports

Canoeing
Handball
Netball
Rugby
Softball


Uniformed Groups

Boys’ Brigade
Girl Guides
Ncc (Land)
Npcc
St. John Ambulance Brigade


Visual and Performing Arts

Art Club
Band – Symphonic
Choir
Dance – Ethnic
Dance – Modern
Ensemble – Guzheng


Clubs & Societies

Infocom Club
Sports Club/Dragonboat


Others

Students’ Council


Development Award

DA (Character Development)
DA (National Education)


Sports & Games Competition

  National Zone


SYF Arts Presentation

  Awards


Best Unit Award

  Awards


Others

  Boys’ Brigade J M Fraser Award – Bronze – 2015, Choir SYF – Cert of Accomplishment – 2015, Ethnic (Malay) Dance SYF – Cert of Accomplishment – 2015, Guzheng SYF – Cert of Distinction – 2015, Modern Dance SYF – Cert of Distinction – 2015, NCC (Land) Best Unit Award – Bronze – 2015, NPCC Unit Overall Proficiency Award – Silver – 2015, Puan Noor Aishah Award (Girl Guides) – Gold – 2015, SJAB Corps Achievement Award – Silver – 2015, Boys’ Brigade J M Fraser Award – Silver – 2014


Other school features and achievements

  The school has strong emphasis on National Education (NE)& was awarded the Outstanding Devt Award NE from 2006-2010. Its NE framework includes student leadership devt, student-centric processes, NE integrated curriculum & establishing strategic partnerships with the community. The school is currently working towards creating a Borderless Learning environment by 2012 using mobile devices and WiFi technology. The school’s inter-disciplinary Project Work is integrated with the use of ICT. In 2008, the school introduced the use of mobile learning, using Bluetooth-enabled handphones to engage its lower secondary students. The school shared its mobile learning approach at the Int’l Conference on Teaching & Learning with Technology (ICTLT) at Suntec City.


MOE Programmes

Not Available


School Distinctive Programmes

Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM)Authentic Learning through Health Sciences
Sports & Outdoor EducationCharacter, Citizenship and Leadership Development through Water Sports


Special Student Development Programmes Offered

The school has 2 distinctive programmes for students. In embracing the challenges of the 21st century, Damai seeks to anchor its students on sound values and develop them as leaders of good character with a strong sense of belonging to school and nation. Through our Learning for Life Programme (LLP – Character, Citizenship & Leadership Development through Water Sports, we develop our students to become Committed, Competent and Compassionate Leaders with sound character and an appreciation for life-long fitness. Through a tiered experience which introduces Damaians to water sports such as swimming, kayaking, dragon boating, wakeboarding and sailing, students also learn to appreciate ‘water’ not just as a precious resource, but to understand its qualities and value to Singapore and the world. The school continues to use the ‘Singapore Water Story’ to inspire students, motivating them to lead and overcome constraints and future challenges like our island state. Our STEM-Applied Learning Programme (ALP) in Health Sciences and Healthcare Technology aims to provide authentic learning contexts and platforms for students to apply classroom learning in a real-world context, acquire complex problem solving skills and widen perspectives on the healthcare and health sciences industries. The conducive learning environment fosters team work and open-ended tinkering to enable students develop 21st Century Competencies such as Global Awareness, Critical and Inventive Thinking and Information and Communication Skills and an innovative spirit. STEM-ALP also aims to create awareness and deepen learning on health-related issues, such as nutritional sciences, infectious diseases, healthcare technologies and palliative care for the disabled and elderly. Our extensive partnership with Nanyang Polytechnic (School of Health Sciences) exposes students to the developments in the healthcare sector and allows them to gain deeper insights into healthcare and health sciences related careers.

Nearest MRT Station: Bedok, Tampines

Bus Services: 5 21 22 59 65 66 228 506 CT18

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