Fairfield Methodist School Secondary
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Fairfield Methodist School Secondary curriculum also aims to provide our student leaders with a personal voice so that they may have a gracious and good impact on the community. Miss Sophia Blackmore, a missionary, founded Fairfield in 1888 to give a complete education based on Christian ideals. We assist students in their abilities and foster the Fairsian Outcomes of wisdom, personhood, community commitment, and heart of service, believing that God placed kids in our school for a specific reason. The WHEEL principle underpins the Fairfield Methodist School Secondary curriculum to give Fairfieldians comprehensive, enhanced, experiential learning. To accomplish studying believe that education should go beyond textbooks and that students should engage in relevant and real-world activities outside of the classroom.
Fairfield Methodist School Secondary gets dedicated to fostering a culture of critical thinking in the classroom. Our technique focuses on students thinking through thinking routines, questioning methods, and inquiry-based learning. The Fairfield Methodist School Secondary aims to pique and maintain students’ interest in various topic fields by fostering critical thinking about them. Students get provided actual circumstances to apply their knowledge and abilities in the real world. The ‘Voice Of A Fairsian Program’ aids students in acquiring the ability to generate informed opinions via meaningful dialogues, intense research, and profound reflection. Students use speech movements in the classroom to make their thoughts evident in group and class conversations. Debates, presentations, talk shows, multi-media projects, theatrical performances, and poetry recitations are among the language-focused activities offered by the English Language, English Literature, and Mother Tongue departments to assist students’ confidence in public speaking and advocacy.
- Additional Mathematics
- Art (O Level)
- Basic Chinese
- Basic Malay
- Chinese B
- Chinese Normal (Academic)
- Computer Applications
- Design and Technology
- English Language
- English Language (Syllabus A)
- English Language (Syllabus T)
- Food and Nutrition
- Food and Consumer Education
- Higher Chinese
- Humanities (Social Studies and Geography)
- Humanities (Social Studies and History)
- Literature in English
- Malay Normal (Academic)
- Mathematics (Syllabus A)
- Mathematics (Syllabus T)
- Physical Education
- Science (Physics, Chemistry)
- Science (Syllabus T)
- Social Studies Normal (Technical)
- Food Studies (N Level)
Co-curricular activities (CCAs):
Fairfield Methodist School Secondary gets dedicated to developing a specialized Co-Curriculum that is comprehensive, engaging, and immersive. It aims to produce good-character leaders over four years by using the Values-in-Action (VIA) program to give students chances to serve the community and practice leadership. Fairfield Methodist School Secondary uses Prof. Thomas Lickona’s “Head, Heart, Hands” approach to engage the complete child and offers a dynamic Co-Curricular Activities (CCA) program that helps students develop 21st-century skills. Fairfield’s co-curricular programs take a learner-centred approach to assist students in their studies. Its goal is to transmit knowledge, instil values, and urge pupils to act responsibly.
Visual and Performing Arts:
- Band – Symphonic
- Dance – International
- Drama – English
- Ensemble – Guitar
- Media Club
- Boys’ Brigade
- Girls’ Brigade
- National Cadet Corps (NCC) (Land) (Boys)
- National Cadet Corps (NCC) (Sea)
- Singapore Red Cross Society
- Badminton (Girls)
- Basketball (Boys)
- Football (Boys)
- Squash (Boys)
Clubs and Societies:
- Christian Fellowship
- Journalism Club
- PA Crew
- Robotics Club
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