MANJUSRI SECONDARY SCHOOL Singapore

MANJUSRI SECONDARY SCHOOL

MANJUSRI SECONDARY SCHOOL Singapore

Address:
20, UBI AVENUE 1,
Singapore, 408940
Singapore

Tel: 68424558

Fax: 67454492

Email: Send an email

Subjects Offered

ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS
ART
CHINESE
COMBINED HUMANITIES (S,G)
COMBINED HUMANITIES (S,H)
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY
ELEMENTS OF BUSINESS SKILLS
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
FOOD & NUTRITION
GEOGRAPHY
HIGHER CHINESE
HISTORY
LITERATURE(E)
MALAY
MATHEMATICS
PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTS
SCIENCE (CHEM, BIO)
SCIENCE (PHY, CHEM)
SOCIAL STUDIES


Physical Sports

Badminton
Basketball
Football
Table Tennis
Wushu


Uniformed Groups

Girl Guides
Ncc (Land)
Npcc
Scouts


Visual and Performing Arts

Art And Craft Club
Band – Concert
Chinese Calligraphy Society
Choir
Dance – Chinese
Media Club
Orchestra – Chinese


Clubs & Societies

Cabin Club
Interact Club


Others

Not Available


Sports & Games Competition

  National Zone


SYF Arts Presentation

  Awards


Best Unit Award

  Awards


Others

  EAST ZONE COLORS AWARD (WUSHU) – 2008


Other school features and achievements

  We nurture Manjusrians to be confident, independent and empathetic persons who are committed to life-long learning and have the moral courage and dedication to serve the nation and community. We achieve this by ensuring that Manjusrians are able to make decisions based on sound fundamental beliefs and principles. We aspire for them to understand and appreciate the importance and impact of worldwide interconnectedness while remaining rooted to Singapore. Guided by our school motto – Wisdom, Conduct, Benevolence, Aspiration, we provide a customised, holistic curriculum to foster both excellence and ethics, and to imbue in our staff and students the values of Respect, Integrity, Care and Excellence. We adapted Building Learning Power to systematically cultivate students’ habits and attitude.


MOE Programmes

Not Available


School Distinctive Programmes

Sports & Outdoor EducationDeveloping Character and Values through Wushu


Special Student Development Programmes Offered

The school initiated the Building Learning Power approach in 2014 to integrate character education and academic learning. Through the direct instruction of learning dispositions, students acquire good habits and values. This enables the students to learn better and instils good character in them, preparing them to face difficulty and uncertainty calmly and confidently in the future. The school’s niche is “Developing Character and Values through Wushu”. Through the Wushu Introductory Programme, all lower secondary students learn to appreciate the history and culture of Wushu, while developing values such as confidence, excellence, perseverance and respect. Skills in Project Work is one of the school’s signature programme which develops 21st Century Competences in our students. In this programme, there is explicit teaching of skills and values, reinforced through experiential learning comprising enrichment programmes and authentic scenario-based discussions, so that students are able to meaningfully contextualise and internalise their learning. The Aesthetics Programme, where all students learn visual art, drama and music, aims to ignite the spark in each student to pursue an art form for personal development. Students would also be given opportunities to express themselves during the morning JAMS sessions. Another signature programme is the Outdoor & Adventure Level Camps integrated with Values in Action projects. Students build their character through adventure and learn to serve the community. The school started a Taipei Exchange Programme in 2015. There is also Reading Programme to inculcate good reading habits and a structured Student Leadership Programme to develop leadership skills in our students. With these programmes in place, our students are developed holistically and ready to take on challenges in life.

Nearest MRT Station: Ubi (Expected completion in 2017) Eunos, Macpherson (Transfer Bus No: 63)

Bus Services: Bus Services 5 8 15 22 25 45 51 55 59 61 63 65 66 93 94 854

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