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Information Communication & Technology (ICT)

Organisational Chart

Head of Department ICT 
Miss Nilam Shafi'a
ICT Associate
Mr Jason Sim
Mdm Tan Hwee Sang (SH CL)
Miss Alisa Chua (SH MA)
Mdm Toh Xiao Ying (P2 AYH)
Miss Dixie Tan (P5 AYH)
Mr Aloysius Fu
Mr Jeremy Ker
Mr Alvin Puah
Miss Jeya Devi 
Ms Yu Mingxia
Mdm Soh Shan Shan
Miss Geraldine Tiew
Ms Yeo Yong Yong
Miss Eunice Leow
Miss Koh Yuan Ting
Miss Cui Min
Miss Chew Jia Ying
Mr Yong Jih Ming (Desktop Engineer )
Miss Siti Nur Hidayah (ICT Trainer)


1. To engage students and create responsibility for their own learning
2. To train students to build knowledge collaboratively and solve real world problems creatively
3. To develop lifelong passion for learning with the help of ICT

Key Programmes

Baseline ICT Standards Lessons

ICT lessons are conducted for P1 to P6 students. The curriculum is founded on MOE’s Baseline ICT Standards. The Baseline ICT Standards is a set of ICT skill competencies set out in four progressive key stages which represent the basic level of knowledge, skills and values that students need in order to fully benefit from a curriculum enriched with ICT, and eventually thrive in a technology-driven society. The lessons in our school are designed to be age-appropriate and focus on the key skills that students should master before progressing to a higher level. Students are given the opportunities to apply their learning in their school work with the integration of ICT skills in teaching and learning.

Baseline ICT Standards Training Roadmap

P1Touch typing
Microsoft Word (Basic)
Basic Broadcasting (Moo-O)
 P2Microsoft Word (Intermediate)
Broadcasting (Moo O)
 P3Microsoft PowerPoint (Basic)
Broadcasting (Moo O)
Microsoft PowerPoint (Intermediate)
 P5Microsoft Excel (Basic)
Learning with searches and multimedia
 P6Microsoft Excel (Intermediate)
Basic Coding
Google Documents (Advance) 

Cyber Wellness Programme

Cyber Wellness refers to the positive well-being of Internet users. It involves an understanding of online behaviour and awareness of how to protect oneself in cyberspace. Guided by the MOE’s Cyber Wellness framework’s principles of ‘Respect for Self and Others’ and ‘Safe and Responsible Use’, the Cyber Wellness curriculum and programmes in our school are planned and implemented to equip students with life-long social-emotional competencies and sound values so that they can become safe, respectful, discerning and responsible ICT users.  

Cyber Wellness lessons are delivered via Form Teacher Guidance Period (FTGP) and Character and Citizenship Education (CCE) curriculum. Key Cyber Wellness topics are also incorporated into Baseline ICT Standard lessons, MOE Sexuality Education, Growing Year package and subjects such as English and Mother Tongue Languages where appropriate. Cyber Wellness Day is also being organised annually by teachers and Cyber Wellness Student Ambassadors help to advocate and spread Cyber Wellness messages. These messages are promoted through the use of videos, quizzes, posters and hands-on activities.

The Cyber Wellness Curriculum.png

Source: MOE Cyber Wellness Curriculum

SLS (Students Learning Space)

Our school harnesses the use of ICT to nurture our students in becoming self-directed and collaborative learners of the 21st century.  With the resources and support provided, we hope to encourage students to become self-directed learners.

In the event of a school closure due to unforeseen circumstances,  student learning will be facilitated through home-based learning. The school also conducts home-based learning during school holidays and during PSLE marking exercise. 

Useful Links

Student Learning Space (SLS) - FAQ 

Annexes Instructions and FAQs.pdf