ST. ANDREWS JUNIOR COLLEGE
Everything You Need To Know About The St. Andrew’s Junior College
When the Anglican Church decided to create a Junior College, it was a faith-filled vision. Following that, the Lutheran and Presbyterian Churches joined the construction effort. After the Right, Reverend Chiu Ban It, Bishop of Singapore, extended his blessings, and construction on Malan Road commenced in September 1976. Tan Sri Runme Shaw laid the foundation stone the same year in December. Tan Sri Runme Shaw proclaimed the ST. ANDREWS JUNIOR COLLEGE starts in January 1978 after the first 600 students get accepted into the Arts and Science faculties.
- ANDREWS JUNIOR COLLEGE started as a pre-university program at Saint Andrew’s Secondary School in 1969. The college gets founded in 1978.
Philosophy, culture, and ethos in the classroom
St. Andrew’s Village, which includes the SAJS, SASS, and SAJC, takes pride in being one family where students may get a twelve-year education in servant leadership. A holistic thinker approaches his learning using analytical, reflective, and creative thinking skills. Analytic thinkers can reason and justify their conclusions based on facts.
- School Vision
Servant Leaders who Bring Life to the Nations is the school’s vision.
- School Mission
Creating lives and awakening hearts
To serve in the days ahead
Eternity, Family, and Society
Our school has stayed the fame blazing bright to deliver a holistic education based on character and citizenship education to make lives and rouse hearts. We want all boys who come through our doors to grasp the significance of their lives and be encouraged to do great things in their communities.
Since 2014, the Ministry of Education has authorized our ALP. Each ALP program gets designed to help students improve their creative thinking and community-building abilities.Since 2012, the Programme for Active Learning (PAL) gets included in our P1 and P2 curriculum. On Friday mornings, it takes place. It emphasizes learning via hands-on activities, having fun while learning, and continuing peer engagement and self-discovery. Our students get exposed to various activities through PAL’s four domains: Sport & Games, Outdoor Education, Performing Arts, and Visual Arts. To improve their social skills, our boys work in groups.Our boys develop and experience movement in a group environment utilizing animal themes in Sports & Games.They explored the natural environments of St Andrew’s Village in Outdoor Education, practiced navigation, and built tents before playing a topographic game at Bishan Park.
They investigated sounds and rhythmic movements in Performing Arts and had the opportunity to perform in front of their peers.They explored age-appropriate art genres and expressed their creativity in a group environment in Visual Arts.
The Servant Leadership Program- As part of the servant leadership program, all boys get offered the opportunity to serve on the class committee beginning in P1. In P4, some of these lads will become junior leaders before moving to the Prefects and Prefect EXCO in P5 and 6.
Co-curricular activities (CCAs):
Clubs and Societies
- Chess Club
- Sports Club
- Boys’ Brigade
Visual and Performing Arts
Know About The Institute of Technical Education Singapore
Apprenticeships in skilled crafts and vocational education certificates skill technicians. It supports workers in architecture, business administration, engineering, and nursing available through Institute of Technical Education singapore. It was formerly called the Vocational and Industrial Training Board and establish the Ministry of Education (VITB). The National ITE Certificate (NITEC), Higher NITEC, Technical Diploma, and Work-Study Diploma are all offered by ITE through its three colleges.
In 1992, the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) post-secondary institution. ITE is a leading provider of career and technical education
Curricular Structure Refreshed and New
All skills content in the Nitec and Higher Nitec courses supplied to you is reviewed and updated by Institute of Technical Education singapore to ensure currency and industry relevance. It will also make it easier for ITE graduates to go into the workforce or seek higher education through ITE’s diploma programmes (Work-study diploma and Technical diploma) or at polytechnics. Some of you will be starting the new three-year Curricular Structure, which will lead to a Higher Nitec certification. Year 1 students will study the broad foundation skills required for the selected sector Year 2 and Year 3 students will take more specialised modules as they begin select their intended vocation and area speciality.
In the wake of changing job and skills demands, ITE Create (2020-2024) launched in 2020. ITE Create, with its tagline “Skills for the Future, Skills for Life,” aspires to make a difference in the lives of students by pursuing the following four objectives:
- Employability Future Readiness, Resilience
- Workforce Adaptability and Lifelong Learning
- Smart Studying and Working
- Responsive Organisation, Agile Capabilities
Our students’ involvement with ITE will continue after they graduate through extended skill routes such as Work-Study Diplomas and lifelong skill upgrading through CET courses. By providing them with strong digital skills, we will help them improve their employability and resilience, advance in their professions, and seize opportunities in the digital economy.
ITE’s Transformational Milestones
In April 1992, the Ministry of Education (MOE) established the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) as a post-secondary school to take over the functions of the Vocational and Industrial Training Board (VITB). Since then, ITE has evolved into Singapore’s leading provider of Career and Technical Education. We continue to strive for quality, having won the Singapore Quality Award (SQA) in 2005 and the Singapore Quality Award (with Special Commendation) (SQA SC) in 2011. In 2017, we marked the 25th anniversary of our ‘Inspiration, Transformation, and Excellence’ journey by introducing the Work-Study Diploma as a new path for our alumni.
Every year send around 3,000 students to 25 different countries for short-term experiences. Our students participate in the Overseas Industrial Attachment Program (OIAP), which places them in companies for a brief period in another country. It allows them to appreciate working in various cultures and environments while also improving their readiness to work abroad after graduation. Our students participate in the Overseas Student Exchange Program (OSEP), where they take classes at other schools and gain credits toward their certificates. Our students participate in the Overseas Service & Development Program (OSDP), where they participate in community service projects as part of their development as compassionate global citizens.
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