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Character and Citizenship Education

Character and Citizenship Education Department looks into the holistic development of students in the following areas:

  • Values Inculcation
  • Student Well-Being
  • Student Leadership and Discipline
  • National Education and Social Studies
  • Cyber Wellness and Sexuality Education
  • Living Well (Catechism and Life Skills)
Learning Outcomes
L01Develop self-awareness and self-management skills to achieve personal well-being and effectiveness.
L02Apply moral reasoning, display responsibility in decision making, and demonstrate integrity to stand by moral principles and shared values. 
  L03Develop social awareness and demonstrate interpersonal skills to build and maintain positive relationships. 
  L04Demonstrate resilience in the face of individual, community and national challenges, and develop the ability to turn challenges into opportunities. 
  L05Appreciate our national identity, develop a sense of belonging to Singapore, and demonstrate commitment to the well-being, security and defence of the nation. 
  L06Demonstrate socio-cultural sensitivity and promote social cohesion and harmony in Singapore as a multi-cultural society. 
  L07Demonstrate care for and contribute actively towards improving the lives of others to build a bright future for ourselves and to progress together as one nation.
  L08Demonstrate the ability to reflect on and respond to community, national and global issues, as an informed and responsible citizen. 


Emotional Learning

 Self AwarenessYour child has self-awareness if he understands his own emotions, strengths, inclinations and weaknesses.
 Self Management Your child can manage himself effectively if he has the capacity to manage his own emotions. He should be self-motivated, exercise discipline and display strong goalsetting and organisational skills.
 Social AwarenessYour child has social awareness if he has the ability to accurately discern different perspectives, recognise and appreciate diversity, empathise with and respect others.
 Relationship ManagementYour child can manage relationships effectively if he has the ability to establish and maintain healthy and rewarding relationships through effective communication, and is able to work with others to resolve issues and provide assistance.
 Responsible Decision Making Your child can make responsible decisions if he has the capacity to identify and analyse a situation competently. He should be able to reflect upon the implications of decisions made, based on personal, moral and ethical considerations.


 RespectYour child demonstrates respect when he believes in his own self-worth and the intrinsic worth of all people.
 ResponsibilityYour child is responsible if he recognises that he has a duty to himself, his family, community, nation and the world, and fulfils his responsibilities with love and commitment.
 IntegrityYour child is a person of integrity if he upholds ethical principles and has the moral courage to stand up for what is right.
 CareYour child is caring if he acts with kindness and compassion, and contributes to the betterment of the community and the world.
 ResilienceYour child is resilient if he has emotional strength and perseveres in the face of challenges. He manifests courage, optimism, adaptability and resourcefulness.
 Harmony  Your child values harmony if he seeks inner happiness and promotes social cohesion. He appreciates the unity and diversity of a multicultural society. 

Programs / Activities

Whole School Approach – Leader in Me
Family Matters at School
Sexuality Education
Cyber Wellness
Form Teacher Guidance Period
Social Studies Learning Journey
P4 & P6 Learning Journey
Founder's Day
Prefects Investiture and Camp
Classroom Cleanliness
Community - Area Adoption
Green Recycling Program
National Education Week
Junior Civil Defence Lionhearts
NE Commemorative Day - Total Defece Day
NE Commemorative Day - International Friendship Day 
NE Commemorative Day - Racial Harmony Day
NE Commemorative Day - Racial Harmony Day


National Education and Social Studies



National Education

Four Commemorative Events -

  1. Total Defence Day

  2. International Friendship Day

  3. Racial Harmony Day

  4. National Day

I+ Journal -

The I+Journal was launched in 2014. It aims to capture the reflections of the students during the commemorative events and learning journey. The boys engage in CSI adapted from Making Thinking Visible.

National Education Ambassadors -

Every year, thirty boys are appointed at Primary Four as NEAMs. Currently, we are in our third year of the programme. NEAMs are trained and given opportunities to help out in the school NE events. The current Primary Six NEAMs are able to lead and run the NE events in school.

Social Studies

Learning Journeys -

Primary One: Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden

Primary Two: National Orchid Garden

Primary Three: HDB Gallery

Primary Four: Road Safety Park

Primary Five: Singapore River iHT

Primary Six: Civic District iHT