Singapore Sports School
Singapore Sports School: Things To Know About Them
Singapore Sports School (SSP) is a government-funded specialised independent school and a statutory board under the Ministry of Culture, Community, and Youth in Singapore that provides secondary and post-secondary students with integrated sports and academic programs. Since 1992, Tan Teck Hock – a member of the Education Service. From December 1999 to December 2005, he was the principal of Yishun Town Secondary School, and from December 2006 to December 2010, he was the principal of Serangoon Junior College. The Physical Education and Sports Teacher Academy got founded by Tan Teck Hock in 2010.
Ong Kim Soon will take over as Tan Teck Hock’s replacement at Singapore Sports School on December 15, 2019.
The first principal of the Singapore Sports School was Moo Soon Chong. Chua Choon Seng, Director of Corporate Services, Irwin Seet, Director of Sports, Seah Poh Chua, Director of Academics and School Administration – Dean of the Academic Wing at the time, and a core team supported him.
Deborah Tan got named as the new principal of Singapore Sports on December 14, 2007, when Moo Soon Chong retired. Singapore Sports School (SSP) is a government-funded specialised independent school and a statutory board under the Ministry of Culture, Community, and Youth in Singapore that provides secondary and post-secondary students with integrated sports and academic programs.
From 2006 onwards, the SSP declared that the academic prerequisites for admission to the school were relaxed. According to the quota for mainstream schools, 20 per cent of the spaces available at SSP each year will be reserved for international students training with Singapore’s national sports associations.
Criteria for admission
Every year, roughly 150 pupils get admitted to the sports school. Students interested in participating in the selection trials must pass – a series of examinations to assess their technical capabilities, mental strength, fitness, and growth and development. Before being accepted into SSP, students must complete their PSLE examinations with enough points to qualify for the Express or at least the Normal (Academic) stream.
The academic program at Singapore Sports School gets based on the Ministry of Education’s educational objectives. We aspire to develop Champions who also embody the Education’s Desired Outcomes.
Our programs get – designed to help student-athletes become self-assured people, self-directed learners, active contributors who work well with others and strive for excellence, and caring citizens.
We provide a variety of secondary and post-secondary programs to meet the needs of aspiring athletes at various stages of their academic careers.
The GCE “O” Level tests are available at the sports school. The International Baccalaureate diploma program, Republic Polytechnic’s customised diploma in Sports and Leisure Management, and Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s customised diploma in Business Studies (Entrepreneurship Management option) are among the post-secondary through-train pathways that bypass the “O” Levels of. The school has created a modular system of education, where students train up to ten times a week and attend five hours of school every day to meet the hard local and international training and competition standards. Every night, they – get provided two hours of supervised study time.
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