ST. MARGARET’S SECONDARY SCHOOL Singapore

ST. MARGARET’S SECONDARY SCHOOL

ST. MARGARET'S SECONDARY SCHOOL Singapore

Address:
111, FARRER ROAD,
Singapore, 259240
Singapore

Tel: 64664525

Fax: 64666709

Email: Send an email

Subjects Offered

ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS
ART
BIOLOGY
CHEMISTRY
CHINESE
COMBINED HUMANITIES (S,G)
COMBINED HUMANITIES (S,H)
COMBINED HUMANITIES (S,L)
ELEMENTS OF BUSINESS SKILLS
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
FOOD & NUTRITION
GEOGRAPHY
HIGHER CHINESE
HIGHER MUSIC
HIGHER TAMIL
HISTORY
LITERATURE(E)
MALAY
MATHEMATICS
MUSIC ‘O’ LEVEL
OECIE DRAMA (GCEO)
PHYSICS
PRINCIPLES OF A/C
SCIENCE (CHEM, BIO)
SCIENCE (PHY, CHEM)
SOCIAL STUDIES
TAMIL


Physical Sports

Badminton
Basketball
Fencing
Floorball
Netball
Rhythmic Gymnastics
Ten-Pin Bowling
Tennis


Uniformed Groups

Girl Guides
Girls’ Brigade
Npcc
Singapore Red Cross Society


Visual and Performing Arts

Band – Symphonic
Choir
Creative Art Club
Dance – Chinese
Dance – Indian
Dance – Malay
Dance – Modern
Drama – English
Ensemble – String


Clubs & Societies

Christian Fellowship
Debate Club
Library
Smarts Media


Others

Not Available


School Distinction Awards

SDA


Best Practice Awards

BPA (Staff Well-Being)
BPA (Student All-Round Development)
BPA (Teaching and Learning)


Development Award

DA (National Education)
PARTNERS (Merit)


Outstanding Development Award

ODA (Character Development)


Sports & Games Competition

  National Zone


SYF Arts Presentation

  Awards


Best Unit Award

  Awards


Others

  Not Available


Other school features and achievements

  A Value-Added Award School since 1999. We aim to help each girl achieve her potential by providing a value-added education with emphasis on acquisition of moral values and life skills. We believe in partnership (COMPASS PARTNERS Outstanding Award 2004, Merit Award 2002) and enjoy strong support from the Parents Support Group and Alumni. We have a robust Work Experience Programme and Overseas Exchange, Cultural & Community Service Programmes since 1999. Niche area: Performing and Visual Arts. We are the S1 Cluster Centre for Excellence in the Arts. Staff have won National Innovation & Quality Circle Convention 2003 (Silver); PS21 ExCEL Convention 2003 (Sliver); Innergy Award 2004; People Developer Standards 2005


MOE Programmes

Not Available


Special Student Development Programmes Offered

As an Autonomous School, St. Margaret’s delivers an all-round education and has distinctive programmes in the Cognitive, Arts, Sports and Student Leadership domains to develop and hone student talents. With a rich heritage as the oldest girls’ school in the Far East, we receive strong support from the stakeholder community for our programmes. Our partners’ contributions range from an Assembly Speaker Series by alumnae who have established themselves in their professions, to inspire and encourage the students, and extend to offering opportunities for our Sec 3 students to embark on work experience and work attachment stints. Our students achieve academic excellence through a sound and rigorous curriculum that adopts a pedagogical framework utilising elements of Understanding by Design and Critical Thinking to deepen students’ understanding and encourage inventive thinking; online platforms and school-developed mobile apps are further leveraged to enhance their learning experience. All our students are developed in leadership skills and dispositions through a tiered leadership programme based on The Leadership Challenge and are coached closely by their teachers to guide their growth as leaders. As the Centre of Excellence for Visual and Performing Arts for the S6 Cluster, we are well-resourced with facilities such as an Art Studio, Art Gallery and Performing Arts Studio. Our students undergo a structured programme that exposes them to varied art forms and provides them with diverse artistic experiences. Students may also pursue the arts at the upper secondary level through the Enhanced Music Programme (EMP), Art or Drama programmes. Through a strong and vibrant Character and Citizenship Education (CCE) programme, the integration of values in the curriculum and co-curriculum, the daily sharing of values and the Ethical Choices (EtCh) Programme, our students hone their socio-emotional competencies, imbibe sound values and learn to make ethical choices in life.

Nearest MRT Station: Farrer Road

Bus Services: 48 93 153 165 174 186 855 961

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