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Values-In-Action

Introduction

Values-In-Action (VIA) is a learning experience in Character and Citizenship Education (CCE) that enhances students’ development as socially responsible citizens through ownership of their contribution to the community.

What are the objectives of VIA?

  • To develop their sense of commitment by actively involved in learning and appreciating the community.
  • To form their identity, clarify their values and develop social emotional competences.
  • To form relationships with people around them in a meaningful and respectful manner.
  • To make responsible choices and become informed and concerned citizens of good character.

  

Levels

Level Outcome

Objectives

Ways of Contribution

Sec 1

Confident Admirals

Students exercise social responsibilities in the sphere of influence and play a part through meaningful contribution to the class.

Students to promote AWARENESS andtake ACTIONS about the class environment and green efforts.

Sec 2

Concerned Admirals

Students exercise social responsibilities in the sphere of influence and play a part through meaningful contribution to the school’s environment.

Students to promote AWARENESS, take ACTIONS and ADVOCATE to improve the cleanliness of the school, through Keep Admiralty Clean.

Sec 3 & 4

Self-Directed Admirals

Students exercise social responsibilities in the sphere of influence and play a part through meaningful contribution to the voluntarily organization.

Students to take ACTIONS and ADVOCATE by inspiring and influencing others to make a difference to the community.

Sec 5

Contributing Admirals

Students exercise social responsibilities in the sphere of influence and play a part through meaningful contribution to understand the needs of the elderly in the homes.

Students to ADVOCATE by inspiring and influencing others to make a difference to the community. Students to mentor the secondary 3 & 4 students.

 

Organisation


Subject Head                   : Mr. Subashini Varlivell

 

 

Members of Teacher         : Mr. Mansoor Abdul Rahman
Ms. Diyana Mohamad Yunos
Mdm Tamil Selvi d/o Ramanujam

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Programmes

Polytechnic Open House


Secondary 4 VIA

Secondary 4 students attended briefing conducted by the Sree Narayanan Mission, Singapore Christian Home and Christalite Methodist Home to understand the needs and profile of the elderly in the home for planning activities for them. 

Secondary 4 students singing “Chan Mali Chan” and playing guitar to bring smiles from residents at the elderly home  

Secondary 4 students performing a dance for the elderly  

 

 

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Singapore Red Cross International Bazaar!

Red Cross Youth (RCY) joined hands with Media Resource Library (MRL) and Art and Environmental Club (AEC) to initiate a collection drive for pre-loved books, clothing and items for the Red Cross International Bazaar. RCY organized the collection drive. RCY and MRL worked together to collect the used items. All proceeds raised will go to Singapore Red Cross Society to fund local humanitarian efforts.

 

 

Admiralty Street at Ngee Ann City Civic Centre for the Red Cross International Bazaar 

 

 

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North West Outstanding School Partners Awards

Admiralty Secondary School was presented the Silver wards by the North West Community Development Council (CDC) to show appreciation to for the invaluable contribution to the community. 

 

Our School Principal, Mr. Toh receiving the Silver award at the North West Volunteer Night 2015 

 

 

 

  

 

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Our students going door to door of the residents in woodlands to spread the awareness of reducing dengue 

 

 

Before setting off, teachers brief the students to ensure that all of them understand the objectives of this activity 

 

 

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Nurturing Mindful Leaders through Community Outreach- LLP

Our Secondary 4 & 5 students have engaged the various VWO to understand the need and the profile of the various VWO before planning the appropriate activities to engage the beneficiaries.

 

 

  

 

Students attempt to get to the profile of various VWO through interview

Students planning and sharing their findings of their projects  

 

 

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National Day Celebration

The Secondary 4 & 5 students initiated to invite our partner, Sree Narayana mission home to be part of the National Day Celebration in school. They prepared hampers, goodie bags and cards to welcome the residents. The parents support group also helped in the programme.

 

Secondary 4 & 5 ushering the elderly from Sree Narayana Mission Home for cake cutting ceremony at stage

 

 

Our parents support group members helping to serve food

 

 

The elderly singing along with the students