Sembawang Secondary School
All You Need To Know About The Sembawang Secondary School
Sembawang’s housing complex began to grow in the late 1990s. Sembawang Secondary School was founded in January 1999 to address community requirements. The pioneering batch of Secondary one pupils and school employees were temporarily accommodated in Woodlands Ring Secondary School while the development of the new premises was underway. Education Minister Tony Tan officially declared the school open on August 25, 2001. In 2008, the Sembawang Secondary School celebrated its tenth anniversary, and Sembawang GRC Member of Parliament Lim Wee Kiak assisted in unveiling a memorial sculpture in the foyer.
School Philosophy, Culture, and Ethos:
Our students are encouraged to become Active Learners, Skilful Leaders of Self and Others, and Purposeful Service Providers. Our students are self-directed, show a passion for learning, and get challenged to apply what they’ve learned as Active Learners. Our students develop a strong sense of self as Skilled Leaders, develop successful leadership skills, learn to cooperate, and lead with a solid moral foundation. Building strong communities at Sembawang Secondary School and beyond, learning to serve others, leading community service, and recognizing environmental responsibility as global citizens. Sembawang Secondary School believes that learners thrive in a secure and nurturing environment, and we want all of our students to be leaders and change-makers who contribute to society. To provide our kids with a high moral compass, we instil the RESPIRE principles in them (Respect, Responsibility, Integrity, Innovative Spirit, Resilience, and Empathy). We think that every kid can learn and should nurture to their great potential.
- School Vision
Leaders and Change-Makers in the School
- School Mission
By training our children to be morally upright, civic-minded, resilient, and future-ready, we may encourage them to live honest, civic-minded, resilient, and future-ready.
Sembawang Secondary School’s CCA program gives pupils a complete and challenging CCA experience. The CCA program gets designed to help students gain new skills and information while also developing character traits like resilience and discipline and instilling a sense of service. Different categories and ranges of CCA are available to appeal to a wide variety of student interests and allow students to specialise. All Sec 1 pupils in Sembawang get given a month to attend the various CCAs in the Sembawang Secondary School to experience and Co-curricular activities knowledge. Almost 95% of students in Sec 1 will provides their first three CCA selections.
Sembawang Secondary School grounds[/caption]
- Boys’ Brigade
- Girls’ Brigade
- National Cadet Corps (NCC) (Sea)
- National Police Cadet Corps (NPCC)
Visual and Performing Arts:
- Band – Concert
- Dance – Chinese
- Dance – Malay
Clubs and Societies:
- Audio-Visual Aids Club
- Mediacom Club
- Additional Mathematics
- Computer Applications
- Design and Technology
- English Language
- Food and Nutrition
- Food and Consumer Education
- Higher Chinese
- Humanities (Social Studies and Geography)
- Humanities (Social Studies and History)
- Humanities (Social Studies and Literature in English)
- Physical Education
- Principles of Accounts
- Science (Chemistry, Biology)
- Science (Physics, Chemistry)
- Social Studies Normal (Technical)
You may also like
Tuas Crescent MRT in Pioneer Road is an elevated ground station that opened in 2017. It serves commuters in the Tuas Crescent industries.
Gul Circle MRT station is Singapore's tallest elevated MRT located on Tuas Road and has the official code of EW30 that starts to operate as early as 5:26 am.
Joo Koon MRT station is in Joo Koon Circle near Fairprice Hub. It opened in 2009 and became a commuters' transfer hub going to Jurong and Tuas areas.
Pioneer MRT station opened in 2009 and is along Jurong West Street near Pioneer Road North. Its connects with taxi stands and bus stops in the vicinity.
Woodlands South MRT station was built underneath Woodlands Avenue 1. Its station code is TE3, and it started to open for passengers on January 31, 2020.
Woodlands North MRT is a subway station recently opened in 2020 on Woodlands North Coast Road serving commuters heading to Republic polytechnic.
Upper Changi MRT has been operated by SBS transit since 2017, and its station was built underneath Upper Changi Road East. Its station code is DT34.
Tampines East MRT station opened in 2017 and has four exit points at ground level. Its station code is DT33, and located at 20 Tampines Avenue 7.
Tampines West MRT was built underneath Tampines Avenue and started to operate in 2017. It serves as a subway station in the community of Tampines Avenue.
Bedok Reservoir MRT opened as a subway station in 2017 and built underneath Bedok North Avenue 3. Its station code is DT30 and has two exit points.