RIVERSIDE SECONDARY SCHOOL Singapore

RIVERSIDE SECONDARY SCHOOL

RIVERSIDE SECONDARY SCHOOL Singapore

Address:
3, WOODLANDS STREET 81,
Singapore, 738524
Singapore

Tel: 62699631

Fax: 63683677

Email: Send an email

Subjects Offered

ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS
BIOLOGY
CHEMISTRY
CHINESE
COMBINED HUMANITIES (S,G)
COMBINED HUMANITIES (S,H)
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
GEOGRAPHY
HIGHER CHINESE
HIGHER MALAY
HIGHER TAMIL
HISTORY
LITERATURE(E)
MALAY
MATHEMATICS
PHYSICS
PRINCIPLES OF A/C
SCIENCE (CHEM, BIO)
SCIENCE (PHY, CHEM)
TAMIL


Physical Sports

Badminton (Boys Only)
Basketball (Boys And Girls)
Football
Netball
Softball (Girls Only)


Uniformed Groups

Boys’ Brigade
Girls’ Brigade
Ncc (Sea)
Npcc
St. John Ambulance Brigade


Visual and Performing Arts

Band – Symphonic
Chinese Dance & Martial Arts
Choir
Dance – Indian
Dance – Malay
Dance – Modern
Drama – English
Visual Arts


Clubs & Societies

Infocomm Club
Robotics Club


Others

Not Available


Special Awards

LHL Award for Innovation in the Normal Course


SYF Arts Presentation

  Awards


Best Unit Award

  Awards


Others

  Elementz Science Silver Award 2010 – 2010, Essay Writing Competition(Royal Commonwealth Society)(5 Bronze) – 2010, MOE D&T Award (Creative Invention Award and Innovation Award) – 2010, Malay Language & Cultural Competition (TJC) (2nd in LS Category) – 2010, Racial Harmony Day Free Media Design Competition (2nd) – 2010, Short Story Writing Competition in Tamil (3rd Prize for Sec 4) – 2010, Singapore International Band Festival (GOLD) – 2010, (NFEC) Mascot Design Competition (1st) – 2009


Other school features and achievements

  Lee Kuan Yew National Education Award(2007); Singapore Quality Class(2008); School Distinction Award (2009); Best Practice Award – Staff Well-Being (2009); People Developer Standard (2010 Recertified); 2nd Lotus Green Audit Award (2011); CHERISH Award (Silver 2009 & 2012 & Gold 2010); Outstanding Development Award-NE (2007); Dual Niche School Status (Dance and NE)for Directi school Admission; 3rd Development Award-Character Development (2010); 9th SAA/UG (2012); 3rd SAA/Aesthetics(2012); Academic Value-added Awards (since 2012); Lee Hsien Loong Award for Innovations in the Normal Course(2012); 2nd Distinguished Defence Partners Award (2012).


MOE Programmes

Not Available


School Distinctive Programmes

HumanitiesDeveloping Creative Problem-Solvers through Analyses of NE Issues
Music & Performing Arts – Visual Arts & DesignArts for Life


Special Student Development Programmes Offered

To provide a holistic learning experience to the students, Riverside Secondary School adopts an all-round approach, considering their interests and talents, and providing for diverse opportunities within and beyond the classrooms. In nurturing motivated learners and practical problem-solvers, the school has customised its instructional curriculum to “engage” students through creative approaches, “enhance” their learning through differentiated teaching, “empower” them to direct their own learning, “enrich” their learning through supplementary programmes and “evaluate” their performance using varied modes of assessment. A range of pedagogies such as Multiple Intelligences, Problem-based Learning and Socratic Questioning are employed. Students also embark on engaging experiential learning activities such as field-based learning and overseas cultural immersion trips to apply what they have learned. The Character and Citizenship Education (CCE) programme emphasises moral knowing, moral feeling and moral doing. It includes customised lessons as well as activities for students to live out the school values. These activities include CCE forums for students to engage in discussions on national issues, service to community projects with the Woodlands community and improvement projects initiated by students under the Campus ChangeMakers Programme. Riversidians are empowered to become leaders through the leadership programme. All Secondary 2 and 3 students also work towards achieving the Bronze/Silver National Youth Achievement Award (NYAA). The school’s “Arts for Life” programme nurtures arts development as an integral part of the students’ life. “Arts for Everyone” includes arts programmes for students to appreciate the arts, “Arts in Curriculum” comprises programmes in the lower secondary arts curriculum and upper secondary elective Art and “Arts for Talent Building” allows talented students to further extend their skills and interests through their arts-related CCAs.

Nearest MRT Station: Woodlands MRT

Bus Services: 858 900 911 913 964 962 965 & 969 (Along Ave 7); 169 903 & 911 (Along Ave 2)

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