Temasek Secondary School
All You Need To Know About The Temasek Secondary School
Temasek Secondary School gets established in 1980 on the Upper Changi Road campus of Bedok North Secondary School. The school gained autonomy in 1995 and moved to its current facility on Upper East Coast Road in March 1999. In 2000, it reached an all-time high of 16th among all secondary schools. The new Temasek Heritage Gallery opened in April 2015. The Indoor Sports Hall (ISH) gets finished.TMS will hold a Children’s Carnival in August 2015 to commemorate SG50 and its 35th anniversary. TMS’s initiative for talent development. Ignis gets created to push students academically and in terms of student leadership. Temasek Secondary School began offering Subject-Based-Banding (SBB) to all Secondary One students in January 2017.
Programs For Academic And Student Development:
Over the years, Temasek Secondary School (TMS) has built a reputation for providing students with a solid academic foundation. Temasek Secondary School not only uses many forms of learning to develop the brains of all children, but we also recognize the necessity of differentiated learning. Students engage in various exciting classroom activities throughout the year and get supplemented by various experiential and kinesthetic learning opportunities. Our pupils recognize that learning is a lifelong process. There is no better place than a school to begin instilling a passion for learning in our pupils, which we do via engaging academic programs.
- English Language And English Literature
- Languages Of The Mother Tongue
- Information On Humanities Craft And Technology Technology Of Communication
- Athletic Education
Education And Professional Direction (Ecg):
Today’s students will confront a future vastly different from that of their parents and professors. ECG aims to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and values they need to make informed decisions at each critical educational level. Assisting them in making a smooth transition from school to further education or employment and, as a result, managing their career paths and lifelong learning. Students explore their talents and abilities, consider their life’s purpose, and develop proactivity, flexibility, and resilience as they prepare for the twenty-first century via ECG.
Life is brimming with opportunities. A student’s potential at Temasek get only limited by their creativity. Our Co-Curricular Activities (CCAs) programs are extensive and diverse, and our students get noted for the breadth and depth of their passions, which we enthusiastically encourage.Temasekians are passionate about activities range, including Uniformed Groups, Sports, Performing Arts, and Clubs. The environment here fosters a feeling of dedication to their craft and a desire to pique the children’s interest in the activities they participate in, regardless of the CCA. As a result, the focus should be on pursuing substantial opportunities and possibilities afforded by CCAs rather than merely academic success. CCAs give a platform where various activities offer numerous instructive opportunities for Temasek students to learn and practice critical 21st-century skills that will help them achieve long-term success as individuals and as members of teams.
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