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The following are some key highlights of the programmes and learning experiences of our GEP students @ SHPS
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Project LIFE

Project LIFE is our latest project in providing a holistic learning journey experience for students using the inquiry approach and role-play as impetus. Students become soldiers fighting against the Japanese and take on roles to debate about the survival of the last kampung in Singapore! Join us as we embark on this exciting journey!

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GLOBE: Global Learning Online beyond Borders Exchange

GLOBE – Global Learning Online Beyond GLOBE is a strategic initiative aimed at:
  • Creating more opportunities for international, cross-cultural and inter-religious understandings among educators and students
  • Enriching and enhancing the learning experiences of students through an integrated differentiated and innovative curriculum
  • Leveraging on ICT as a tool to bring about independent and collaborated learning among educators and students

The overseas schools that we have collaborated with include:
  • Chaoyang Primary School in Beijing, China [ 2015 ]
  • Singchia Elementary School in Chiayi, Taiwan [ 2014 ]
  • Waggrakine Primary School in Perth, WA. [ 2013 ]
  • Danebank Anglican Girls’ School in Sydney, Australia [ 2010 ]
  • Nueva School in San Francisco, USA [ 2007 ]

Danebank Collaboration : Students visiting one of Australia’s tourist spot, Mrs Mcquarrie’s ChairDanebank Collaboration: Students from both schools pupils collaborating in a literature drama session

SBL: Scenario Based Learning

An activity introduced to enable experimental learning in authentic settings across disciplines.

Students gathering clues to solve their multi-disciplinary tasksStudents are trying to unravel the solution by closely examining the clues

SBL-3.jpg                                     Students examining a skull found at the crime scene, looking out for clues

LJ: Learning Journeys

Students embark on learning journeys where they gain first hand experience and understanding of the environment.

Pupils visited the teahouse to appreciate Chinese culture through tea makingPupils visited the Newater Plant to learn more about how reclaimed water is treated to make it safe for human consumption

MSI: Math & Science Integration

MSI has been designed to break down entrenched subject boundaries, to get pupils to see learning as a whole and make connections between subjects.

Hands-on activities in classAnswering of questions in the Math & Science activity