Punggol Secondary School
More To Know About Punggol Secondary School
Punggol Secondary School was renamed Pei Dao Secondary School and moved to Punggol New Town in 2001. Because it focuses on students’ character development, the school has kept its Chinese name. Punggol Secondary School will remain the exemplary school in Punggol New Town, shining as a beacon of truth and wisdom.
Ms Penny Low, Member of Parliament for Pasir Ris-Punggol GRC, gave the school its official opening on August 1, 2003. Punggol Secondary School has been committed to providing values-based and value-added education to its pupil’s foundation. We are guided by the belief that education is a path of self-discovery, and we create chances for our students to do so.
Module 2 (Secondary): Clean Energy
Punggol Secondary School Secondary Two students learn about clean energy technology and methods for sustainable living through a hands-on approach in the ‘Clean Energy’ module. Students investigate alternative energy sources, such as hydrogen fuel cells and biofuels, in Science and Geography classes. Students also learn about the importance of sustainable energy sources.
Modern electricity and other forms of energy are not readily available in many parts of the world. It provides an opportunity for students to discuss ways to effect change and aim for clean, cheap energy. Students understand the stages of design models and applications in Design and Technology classes.
LLP has been injected with ALP.
The ALP committee works with the Learning for Life Programme (LLP) committee to give students a chance to apply what they’ve learned in ALP (Environmental Education). Through their service-learning projects, students go out to the community and participate in efforts to safeguard and advocate for environmental conservation.
The ALP committee and the LLP committee partnered once more in 2021. Secondary 3 Normal (Academic) and Normal (Technical) students given the option to produce herbal candles are a simple, environmentally friendly, and popular way to scent one’s room while encouraging environmental sustainability. Some Club HEAL (Hope, Empowerment, Acceptance, and Love) members are given herbal candles to help them rediscover confidence in themselves.
Intertidal Coastal Cleanup
In 2019, students from Secondary 3 Express took part in the Sungei Buloh Wetland Biodiversity Walk. They took a trip through the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserves’ mangrove forest, where the mangrove ecosystem’s richness is up close. They also learned about the importance of mangrove trees in the environment and how well they have adapted to saltwater conditions.
Mudskippers, monitor lizards, tree-climbing crabs, kingfishers, and even crocodiles were among the distinctive mangrove fauna seen by the kids.
Students participated in the Intertidal Coastal Cleanup in partnership with International Coastal Cleanup Singapore after the biodiversity walk (ICCS). Students.
CCA Fair and Orientation
The Secondary 1 Orientation Camp (SOOC) is an annual event that commemorates students’ transfer from elementary to secondary school. Students engage in various activities as they form new acquaintances and become acquainted with our school’s environment and learning atmosphere.
Secondary One pupils take self-initiated projects that aim to improve the school environment to help them develop social consciousness and self-leadership. Students were able to form stronger friendships and contribute to the result of the activities.
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