School of Science and Technology Singapore
Everything about the School of Science and Technology Singapore
The School of Science and Technology Singapore is a specialised independent secondary school in Singapore that offers a four-year Singapore-Cambridge GCE Ordinary Level (O-Level) Program or a six-year Integrated Diploma Program. The school employs the Direct School Admissions (DSA) Exercise, which includes a written test and a selection camp, to choose its cohort of around 200 students. The school does not participate in the Secondary 1 Posting Exercise, and the Supplementary Intake Exercise fills in the gaps (SIE). For Secondary 3, SST accepts up to 50 more pupils. The School of Science and Technology Singapore is also the sixth in the FutureSchools at Singapore Programme, with a specialised curriculum based entirely on Information and Communications Technology (ICT).
School Philosophy, Culture, and Ethos:
SST is a Specialised Independent School that offers a unique 4-year GCE O-Level program with an integrated approach to applied learning. Students obtain a firm foundation of fundamental academic topics in Science, Technology, Art, Engineering, and Mathematics while learning in SST (STEM). The ICT uses across the school significantly improve the learning environment and offer the expanded learning materials and networks that digital natives have grown to anticipate. School of Science and Technology Singapore seeks to create a curriculum for students to explore the boundaries of science and technology education as a trailblazer in applied learning and ICT.
Students who learn best in an active applied to study setting, where conceptual understandings and transference of discipline topic knowledge and abilities are encouraged through cognitively challenging hands-on applications placed in real-world circumstances, can benefit from SST. Students learn the skills and potential they need to achieve in the twenty-first century while cultivating the values-driven and community-responsible person and leader via successful character, leadership education, national education, and entrepreneurial activities.
This simultaneous emphasis on a non-academic curriculum supports the development of essential life skills and job competencies, including resilience, prudent risk-taking, creativity, entrepreneurial attitude, effective teamwork and communication, and dynamic leadership.
- School Vision
A global pioneer in the transformation of education
- School Mission
To develop enthusiastic innovators who use science and technology to enhance society in real-world settings.
Co-curricular activities (CCAs):
Clubs and Societies:
- Astronomy Club
- Robotics Club
- Singapore Youth Flying Club
Visual and Performing Arts:
- Drama – English
- Ensemble – Guitar
- Media Club
- Show Choir
The ChangeMakers (CM) Program is an extended curriculum that incorporates principles and skills from Information and Communications Technology (ICT), Innovation and Entrepreneurship (I&E), Art, Design, Media, and Technology (ADMT). This curriculum gets taught via the resolution of real-world problems inside and across disciplines.
Integrated Diploma Programme (IDP):
The IDP was announced by Minister of Education Lawrence Wong on November 17, 2020, during SST’s 10th-anniversary celebration in partnership with NP, allowing students to pursue a STEM-related course in NP without having to take O-Levels.
- Sports and Wellness
- Additional Mathematics
- Chinese Language
- Design Studies
- English Language
- Higher Chinese Language
- Higher Malay Language
- Higher Tamil Language
- Malay Language
- Humanities (Ss, Geography)
- Humanities (Ss, History)
- Tamil Language
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