Pasir Ris Crest Secondary School

by | Jun 24, 2022

Pasir Ris Crest Secondary School

Pasir Ris Crest Secondary School students

Everything To Know About Pasir Ris Crest Secondary School

Pasir Ris Crest Secondary School opened In 2000, its doors to 16 teachers and 320 pupils. The school gets dedicated to providing kids and their parents with a complete education that matches their needs and objectives.

The Pasir Ris Crest Secondary School designation as an East Zone Centre of Excellence for Music, received in 2000, originates from its idea that music helps students develop future-ready skills – communication and teamwork. In 2001, fencing became a co-curricular activity.

Pasir Ris Crest additionally – broadens pupils’ worldwide perspectives with programs like the Overseas Community Involvement Programme and its twinning program with NanHai Experimental Middle School in Guangdong, China, which began in 2006.

Pasir Ris Crest Secondary School grounds

Academic Development:

Strong academic – and co-curricular outcomes have resulted from the school’s emphasis on character and self-discipline – and its holistic approach to fostering the whole child. Students and employees have established a feeling of self-identity. Students identify with the slogan “Crestian Overcomers,” which encourages them to cultivate a mindset of positive self-belief and excellence in pursuit of their goals. Teachers and support staff collaborate to help kids grow, guided by a caring culture.

In 2003, the Pasir Ris Crest Secondary School achieved the People Developer Standard due to its efforts to develop staff capability.

Projects with integrated activities

Teachers in the ACT department strive to instil I&E skills and urge Crestians to embrace an inventive mentality through an interdisciplinary approach that connects ACT disciplines through a shared thematic framework and allows students to learn in a constructivist manner.

Secondary One pupils investigate the aspects of art and reinterpret traditional art forms into current forms, and the other way around. They also learn – how to communicate their ideas through doodling and sketching, eventually progressing to 3D rendering. They also look at the food system from its beginnings to its end, nutrition, and consumer issues.

Pasir Ris Crest Secondary School sports hall

A Comprehensive Music Program is available.

The East Zone Music Competition, the East Zone ‘O’ Level Music Camp, the East Zone N(T) Music Workshop, and the East Zone N(T) Music Workshop and ‘O’ level Music courses are all held at the school as the music satellite for the East Zone Centre of Excellence for Creative Arts.

The school has a complete, one-of-a-kind Primary and Lower Secondary Music Syllabus. Basic keyboard and guitar skills (NYAA), xylophone ensemble skills, composition, and music sequencing skills get taught to all Lower Secondary pupils.


To engage our students in learning the Humanities – the Humanities Department uses an inquiry-based learning (IBL) method. IBL lessons include experiential learning to give authentic settings for students to acquire and apply their information and abilities. To prepare students – for post-secondary education, the department also incorporates ICT into lessons to foster self-directed and collaborative learning.

Competitions at a National Level

National contests allow pupils with a natural aptitude for mathematics to realise their full potential while also allowing – them to compare their abilities to those of other competitors. Students participating in the Singapore Mathematics Olympiad program receive specialised training to help them improve their higher-order and critical thinking skills. It gets intended that – by doing so, they will have more opportunities to thrive and develop their interest in mathematics.

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