De La Salle School
Guide to know about the De La Salle School
The principal’s building gets completed in 1952. SJI furniture gets used to decorate it. The school gets named after the founder of the Christian Brothers Schools, St. John Baptist De La Salle. Lasallians were grateful for the new building and enhanced amenities when the last phase of upgrading work gets finished at the end of November 2012, and the new school year began at 11 Choa Chu Kang Street 52 in January 2013. The De La Salle School Management Council, parents, Lasallians, alumni, and the community are all thanked for their generous support and gifts to the School Building Development Fund.
School Philosophy, Culture, and Ethos:
The De La Salle Brothers created De La Salle School in 1952, and it is one of Singapore’s eight Christian Brothers Schools (CBS). The De La Salle School takes pleasure in offering an all-inclusive learning and working environment for pupils (Lasallians) and employees of all races and religions. All Lasallians have the faith and enthusiasm to learn and live to their full potential. They can also serve and show concern for others, particularly the community’s last, lost, and least.
Provide chances for Lasallians in a Lasallian community to learn how to study and live, equipping them to be people of integrity and service.
Lifelong Learners, Caring Citizens.
De La Salle School’s curriculum gets designed in other schools. They provide excellent English language, mathematics, science, and mother tongue language courses and programs. PHE & Aesthetics, Information & Communications Technology, and CCE are among the other courses available.
Unique Programs & Services
The Holistic Assessment is a tool for De La Salle School to learn about the students’ weaknesses and help them improve in the process. It will constantly demonstrate how and where they might enhance their academic performance. The De La Salle School must understand how to alter the pupils’ learning techniques.
Learning for Life Programme (LLP)
We at De La Salle School believe in providing an atmosphere where all Lasallians may get a balanced education.
Among these are platforms for leadership growth and progression with mindfulness and community service. It focuses on developing each Lasallian as a leader who recognizes his ability to make a difference in his community.
Program of Applied Learning (ALP)
De La Salle School has a mission of ‘Enabling Lasallians in a Lasallian community to learn how to learn and live, empowering them to be persons of integrity and persons for others. The vision of nurturing our Lasallians to be ‘Lifelong Learners; Caring Citizens’ during their six years of primary school education.
We want to offer a broad array of learning experiences for our Lasallians to participate in critical thinking, creativity, and problem-solving to prosper in the future world. Under the Applied Learning Programme in Design.Innovation.Service.Community Lasallians participate in real-world challenges with peer learning through collaborative work and project work (ALP in DISC).
Co-curricular activities (CCAs)
Visual and Performing Arts
- Art Club
- Dance – Chinese
- Dance – Indian
- Dance – Malay
Clubs and Societies
- Chess Club
- IT Robotics Club
- Mathematics and Science Club
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