Ang Mo Kio Secondary School
Guide To Know About Ang Mo Kio Secondary School
Ang Mo Kio Secondary School moved into its current location at Ang Mo Kio Street 22 on July 12, 1979, and opened on September 20, 1980, by Mr Yeo Toon Chia. The Ang Mo Kio Secondary School temporarily relocated to Hougang Street 93 in December 1999. The school relocated to Ang Mo Kio Street 22 in 2002. Mr Tan Joo Kheng, the school’s first principal, led Miss Monica Quek Swee Imm, Mrs Tan Guat Kim, Mdm Doreen Yip, Miss Paramita Bandara, and Miss Tan Piang. Mr Shaw Swee Tat has been the school’s principal since December 15, 2017.
Workshop on Edible Gardening (2021)
A wormery converts kitchen trash into nutrient-dense compost by using specific composting worms. We have our wormery at Ang Mo Kio Secondary School. They don’t stink, take up very little room, and provide excellent organic fertiliser for our school’s plants. In April, we held a workshop for members of the Environmental Club to learn the ins and outs of managing our school’s very own Edible Garden (such as watering, weeding, and pest observation) and how to maintain it regularly ( e.g. pruning, harvesting, pest control). Participants will be able to perform basic garden upkeep and acquire a passion and interest in gardening and nature result of the three-day session.
Celebrations of Earth Day and Earth Hour (2021)
During a school morning engagement hour, the school participated in the ” Singapore Kosong Plan” by WWF Singapore to commemorate Earth Day. Lim Pei Xuan of Class 32 and Kok Junyen Elliot of Class 34 gave a discussion to remind students to maintain and conserve our natural resources and environment to ensure a long-term future.
Follow-up on the AMKSS Plastic Straw-Free Campaign (2020)
Environmental Club members held a session in March 2020 to further limit plastic in the school. It is to continue the project started by the 2019 Environmental Club graduands to create an environmentally friendly atmosphere at AMKSS in support of MEWR’s ‘Towards Zero Waste’ campaign. Virtual workshops are held as a follow-up.
Launch of the Food Resilience Initiative (2020)
On March 11, 2020, a Food Resilience workshop held after findings of the school’s carbon footprint study in 2019 revealed that food resilience is a concern for the school. Following that, virtual held.bWWF Earth Hour support AMKSS students and teachers (2020). Kelly Choong Xin Yin and Muhamad Hakim bin Muhammad Rostam, two students, were chosen to help promote the WWF Singapore Earth Hour campaign in the community through billboard messages and a YouTube video.
Leadership among students
To improve the well-being of those around us in a quickly changing and increasingly complex world. Ang Mo Kio Secondary School, driven by this motivation, provides opportunities for pupils to explore leadership at various paces and levels. Students are involved in level camps and other events for experiential learning in leadership at the cohort level addition to being exposed to the notion of leadership in the classroom and self-reflecting through the National Youth Achievement Award journey. The Student Councillors, CCA Leaders, and Class Committee support these efforts.
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