Junyuan Secondary School
Learn More About The Junyuan Secondary School
Junyuan Secondary School served the Tampines neighbourhood, which opened in January 1999. Mrs Cecilia Lee, the school’s first principal, established the school’s course with a heavy emphasis on School Values. The school went from 280 kids and 17 staff members to over 1000 students and staff members in just a few years. Mdm Lee Lai Yong, who took over in December 2010, built on the school’s excellent foundation and kept the momentum going by putting the school on a path to Quality and Excellence via Innovation. In December 2015, Mr Mohamed Razali Bin Abdul Hamed led the Junyuan Champs and Crew to the next stage of the school’s development. To accomplish Junyuan Secondary School Goals, he used a strengths-based HR strategy that tapped into and built on individual and team capabilities.
School Ethos, Philosophy, and Culture:
Junyuan Secondary School passes on the spirit of learning and ideals of practice to the next generation and beyond. Our purpose encourages all Junyuanites to ‘Lead, Serve, and Excel,’ relying on Innovation, Excellence, Respect, Responsibility, and Resilience to help each Junyuanite become a better person for others. Junyuan is a wellspring of good things, a fostering environment for young people to grow in character and put their talents to good use for the greater good. To enable each Junyuanite to leave its gates with keys to unlock numerous doors, the Junyuan community shares the duty of offering good learning experiences within a culture of caring. Every Junyuanite will graduate as a respected and positive individual, a resilient team player, a civic-minded contributor, and a character leader thanks to our dedicated and caring staff who supports growth, inspires belief, and nourishes hope. We are crew members on the Junyuan Ship, not passengers.
- School Vision
Community Vision Champions from the School
- School Mission
Every Junyuan Champ will nurture and empower me to lead, serve, and excel.
- Our Motto
Resolutely Righteous and Responsibly is our motto.
- Our Core Values
Innovation, Excellence, Respect, Responsibility, and Resilience are our core values.
- Additional Mathematics
- Computer Applications
- Design and Technology
- Elements of Business Skills
- English Language
- Food and Nutrition
- Food and Consumer Education
- Humanities (Social Studies and Geography)
- Humanities (Social Studies and History)
- Literature in English
- Physical Education
- Principles of Accounts
- Science (Chemistry, Biology)
- Science (Physics, Chemistry)
- Social Studies Normal (Technical)
- Humanities (Social Studies and Literature in Malay)
Co-curricular activities (CCAs):
With the essential Safe Management Measures (SMM) in place, our school will resume CCA activities in Term 1, 2 weeks of 2022. Our SMM follows MOE rules and the current national stance, in which all dangers get contained and regulated for our children’s safety in all activities.
- Track and Field
Visual and Performing Arts:
- Band – Symphonic
- Drama – English
- Ensemble – Guitar
- Boys’ Brigade
- Girls’ Brigade
- National Cadet Corps (NCC) (Land)
- National Police Cadet Corps (NPCC)
- St. John Brigade
Clubs and Societies:
- Infocom Club
- Media Resource Club
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