Rosyth School

by | May 28, 2022

Rosyth School

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The Teaching And Other Details Of Rosyth School

The mission of Rosyth School is to create a community of lifelong learners who are both motivated and capable of learning. Rosythians seek to use their knowledge, skills, and abilities to care for and serve others and the community as compassionate and engaged citizens. We want Rosyth School to grow up to be leaders in their own lives, taking on various leadership positions in their growth, setting objectives to achieve their ambitions, and valuing their skills, resulting in them blossoming into self-assured and fulfilled individuals.

Meta Description:

Rosyth School first opened its doors in 1956. It gets located on Rosyth Road, which gave it its name. The bulk of the students were kampungs at the time.

Vision for the School:

Learn with zeal, serve with compassion, and lead with purpose.

The mission of the School:

Developing the intellect, body, and spirit to reach one’s full potential

Philosophy, culture, and ethos in the classroom:

As we build our skills and abilities to be ‘Ready to Serve,’ Rosythians are based on the I-CARE ideals. We want to learn with enthusiasm, serve compassion, and lead with vision.

Rosyth Aesthetics Integration Program(PAIR):

A systematic and comprehensive aesthetics curriculum for all kids (P1 to P6), ensuring that every pupil leaving Rosyth School is:

  • artistically educated
  • at least two types of performing and visual arts abilities

The Aesthetics Centre of Excellence:

The School’s goals as an N1 Cluster Centre of Excellence for Aesthetics are to Share our best practices among North Zone schools – at national and worldwide levels.

Develop artistically sensitive students who appreciate performing and visual arts and aware of changes in many cultures and countries.

To be regarded as a feeder for Secondary Schools – specialise in the performing arts and the national arts industry, such as the Singapore Youth Orchestra.


  • A structured and comprehensive approach to holistically developing our students
  • Aesthetics and Humanities programs at the School – benefit from integration.
  • A diverse range of CCAs in the performing and visual arts

Programs in Aesthetics:

  • Integrated Curriculum (P1-P3) (Art and Music integrated with English)
  • Curriculum for students in grades 4 through 6 ( Modular system for music and art)

Development of student leadership:

Tomorrow’s Leaders

  • a complete leadership curriculum to improve leadership abilities
  • providing opportunities for pupils to demonstrate their leadership abilities
  • develop 21st century CC skills and I-CARE ideals

Talent Management

Dare, Dream, and Discover (D3)

  • To manage student abilities in the designated talent domains.
  • To find hidden student skills in the defined talent fields.
  • Throughout the children’s school years, guarantee a method and pragmatic approach to finding student talent.
  • Students’ 21st-century skills and values will cultivate via their participation in innovation and entrepreneurial programs, and social entrepreneurship will get promoted through community service.

A Comprehensive Reading Program

All students participate in the Extensive Reading Program, which comprises ring-fencing weekly one-period classes for reading tasks. Library activities for P1 and P2 children are put into a teacher-designed booklet and tailored to pique kids’ interest. When students complete activities, they receive tokens. When students investigate texts of many genres and plan their completion, the various activities provide them autonomy, allowing them to develop self-directed learning.

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