CHIJ (Kellock)

by | May 21, 2022

CHIJ (Kellock)

CHIJ Kellock

Guide to Know About CHIJ (Kellock) School

Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus Kellock believes that learning can only be in a safe and orderly atmosphere characterized by a culture of graciousness, respect, and love for oneself, classmates, and teachers. Every kid is entitled to a safe and learning-friendly school environment. As a result, every student must contribute to the caring and loving learning environment creation through self-management and the school values modeling in both schools and outside of school.

School History:

A tiny group of Infant Jesus nuns arrived in Singapore from Europe on February 2, 1854, with a single mission: to create Catholic schools and houses for girls. The Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus, which served as a school, convent, and orphanage, was established on Victoria Street. The sisters went on to open schools and centers throughout Singapore, with CHIJ (Kellock) being the youngest of the 11 CHIJ institutions.

CHIJ (Kellock) started as a modest school on Ophir Road called Our Lady of Lourdes School, classes held in makeshift classrooms. The children relocated to Victoria Street in the afternoons when the decision to remove the classrooms gets made in 1959.


The institution teaches English, mathematics, science, Chinese, Malay, and Tamil, among other subjects. Creative arts, holistic health education, CCE, student management and development, and information and communication technology are all part of their curriculum.

Distinctive Program:

Applied Learning Programme (ALP):

Kellock College’s ALP Program Connects classroom learning to real-world applications, encouraging students to use their imagination to solve real-world challenges. It emphasizes instilling a sense of wonder in learners, fostering imaginative thinking, and promoting a willingness to try new things

Their school hopes to inspire all students to “Innovate to Make a Difference,” which symbolizes the school’s objectives and determination to realize the elements of our school’s mission of “Learn,” “Lead,” and “Make a Difference.” The Kellock Girl Results (KGOs) of a “Thoughtful Learner” (Learn), “Servant Leader” (Lead), and “Person for Others” (Make a Difference) are the primary outcomes they foster and build in all students.

The ALP helps all students deliberate in tackling multi-faceted problems by utilizing an interdisciplinary perspective and methodology.

Co-Curricular Activities: 

Co-Curricular Activities are an ideal aspect of CHIJ’s (Kellock) holistic education and help students achieve the Ministry of Education’s Desired Educational Outcomes. CCAs assist kids in building character strengths such as resilience, confidence, perseverance, teamwork, and discipline, which will help them adapt and flourish in a quickly changing world.

Co-curricular activities offered

  • Media and Photography Club
  • Cookery Club
  • Board Games Club
  • Sewing Club
  • Robotics Club
  • Art Club
  • Choir
  • Pottery Club
  • String Ensemble
  • Dance Ensemble
  • Netball
  • Rhythmic Gymnastics
  • Tennis
  • Swimming
  • Brownies


Shorts, white socks, and white-based track shoes are worn by all CHIJ schoolgirls, with a blue Pinafore with a belt and a white shirt with a Peter-Pan collar beneath the Pinafore. In the style and pattern of the insignia worn on the Pinafore, the CHIJ schools differ slightly. Students can get identified by the material of their badges and the initials on their socks in addition to the crest on the Pinafore.

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