St. Gabriel's Secondary School
Everything To Know About St. Gabriel’s Secondary School
St. Gabriel’s Secondary School is a Catholic boys’ secondary school in Serangoon, Singapore, that gets aided by the government. The school was created in 1953 and is one of seven Gabrielite schools in Singapore. St. Gabriel’s Secondary School is associated with St. Gabriel’s Primary School and Catholic Junior College. It is one of the St Gabriel’s Foundation’s seven institutes.
History of the School
Under the guidance of the late Reverend Brother Louis Gonzaga, the students got taught by seven teachers. The school got taken over by Reverend Brother Elzear on May 3, 1954.
The enrollment climbed to 970 students in 1958, with 640 students in the morning session – and 330 students in the afternoon. With the addition of the first Secondary Four class in 1959, the school became – school, and in 1960, these pupils took their first Senior Cambridge Examinations. With 1350 boys enrolled, the Primary School moved to its new location on Highland Road. Under the leadership of the late Reverend Brother Emmanuel, St. Gabriel’s Secondary School continued to operate as a single-session school at 798 Upper Serangoon Road.
We provide meaningful and authentic learning experiences for our students at St. Gabriel’s Secondary through various educational programs in several academic areas. The curriculum is delivered using several pedagogical approaches such as Assessment for Learning, Field Work, Problem-based Learning, and Inquiry Approach. Curriculum diversification gets used to meet diversity. Learning needs of our children and – better prepare them for the twenty-first century.
Framework for Physical Education
Based on the framework below, our PE curriculum gets organised to accomplish the goals of PE. Learning in affective domains and 21st-century competencies are outcomes and enhancers for physical education learning. Students will acquire the knowledge, skills, and values necessary to live active and healthy lives in a well-balanced and well-designed curriculum – provided through effective pedagogies and purposeful assessment.
Gabrielites gets exposed to various prose, poetry, and theatre works. They also start to learn how to respond to and analyse literary works. Literature in English can be offered at the GCE O or GCE NA Levels at the end of Secondary Two for those interested.
The Garbrielites will go deeper into the subject, examining the literary interpretation of the materials available. They’ll also learn how to refine and develop sustained and critical responses to the texts they’re studying.
Food and Consumer Education (FCE) provides students with essential 21st-century skills that will enable them to flourish in a globalised and technologically advanced future. This topic aims to raise health awareness among young people and encourage them to live a healthy and active lifestyle in the twenty-first century.
Students’ process skills of planning, execution, and execution, as well as competencies such as decision-making and information management, are developed through coursework. Students develop critical thinking skills by tackling challenges with innovative solutions and making conclusions based on logic.
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