- Values-Centric, Thinking Admiral, Committed to the Progress of Singapore
- Empowering Every Admiral to Explore, Develop, Plan Proactively and Actualize Aspirations.
To be the link between the students and their aspirations through the following:
- Enabling the students to explore viable education and career options through the provision of accurate and comprehensive information;
- Nurturing their self-awareness, self-directedness and life skills to set wise goals, to continually learn, and add value to their future workplace;
- Inculcating an appreciation for the value of all occupations and how they contribute to the well- functioning of society;
- Equipping our students with skills and means to positively engage their parents and other career influencers
Approaches (Building a pervasive ADSS ECG culture):
- Teachers-facilitated LIGHTS lessons (based on LCAP guiding framework) and discussions with peers
- RIASEC E-career profiling and portfolios
- Training and Learning Journeys for students, parents and teachers
Family and community engagement with PSEIs, alumni and industries through talks, workshops and Learning Journeys
|ECG Coordinator :||Mr. Lee Boon Leong|
|2IC :||Mr. Mark Ang|
|Members :||Ms. Chan Bao Xuan|
|Mdm Jocelyn Goh|
|Ms. Leong Mun Yi|
|Mr. Kenneth Phua|
Polytechnic Open House
- To understand what polytechnic education is and to experience a slice of polytechnic life;
- To improve students’ understanding of the education, various courses and career pathways in the polytechnics; and
- To develop a deeper understanding of courses so that students can make more informed choices after their examinations by exposure to the potential courses available, their requirements and future prospects.
The Polytechnic Open Houses in the first week of school for graduating students motivated them to set goals for themselves to achieve their future aspirations, to all the 5 polytechnics in Singapore.
Students listening attentively during a visit to the Robotics Lab at Singapore Polytechnic
Students engaging in a presentation by their lecturer at Nanyang Polytechnic on Computing
Applied Studies Programme (3 Normal Academic & 3 Express)
- To understand what polytechnic education is and to experience a slice of polytechnic life through experience via hands-on activities;
- To improve students’ understanding of the education, various courses and career pathways in the polytechnics.
- To develop a deeper understanding of courses so that students can make more informed choices after their examinations by exposure to the potential courses available, their requirements and future prospects as well as through hands-on activities.
During the Applied Studies Programme at Republic Polytechnic, students were empowered to make well-informed choices and to plan their future aspirations. Students attended courses from various schools at Republic Polytechnic such as Business Management, Design & Communication, Engineering, IT and Health Science & Applied Science.
The meticulousness and analytical skills exhibited by our Admirals as future scientists in the laboratory.
Our Admirals listening attentively to a presentation on the Diploma in Integrated Events Management
AEMs and EMs (Sec 3s & 4NT)
a) Discover what disciplines they like or don’t like so they can make a better decision after their O-levels;
b) Acquire new knowledge in a field that has never been taught in their secondary school; and
c) Get recognition in School Holistic Report Card and use it for polytechnic admission under the Joint Polytechnic Special Admissions Exercise (JPSAE) and Direct Polytechnic Admission (DPA) exercise.
Within the realistic setting of the Virtual Aerodrome Laboratory, students understood how an airport handles arrivals and departures, and how air traffic controllers operate.
Admirals collaborating and learning together to enrich their AEM experiences
Admirals taking off with their aspirations through a simulation in a lesson conducted at the Virtual Aerodrome Laboratory.