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Aesthetics, Craft & Technology

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Our Team

Name

Role

Mr Roger Hoe

HOD Aesthetics, Craft & Technology

Mdm Pamela Gan

SH Food & Consumer Education

Mdm Rafilah Idris

Art Senior Teacher

Mr Dolly Yansen

Art Teacher

Mr Clement Bey

Art Teacher

Ms Suhana Zainal

Art Teacher

Mr Lim Jit Sai

Design & Technology Teacher

Mr Sim Lit Sen

Design & Technology Teacher

Mr Soong Yu Juan

Design & Technology Teacher

Mr Daniel Tan

Design & Technology Teacher

Mr Alan Tam

Electronics Teacher

Mr Desmond Wee

Electronics Teacher

Mr Shawn Tan

Music Teacher

Ms Pamela He

Music Teacher

Mr Leroy Sng

HOD Discipline

Food & Consumer Education Teacher

Ms Shamim Nisha

Food & Consumer Education Teacher

Mr Mohd Ayub Bin Anang

C&T Workshop Instructor

Mr Noor Hazemi B Ribot

C&T Workshop Instructor

Mrs Balaji Ranithayalu

Electronic Lab Technician

Department Introduction

The Craft & Technology department provides applied learning platforms in Art, Design & Technology, Electronics, Food & Nutrition, Mobile Robotics and Music.

Students learn by doing and finding meanings for real-world application of subject knowledge.   

Through the learning process, students cultivate creative, critical and reflective thinking to make sense of their learning and to develop related dispositions such as empathy, resourcefulness and joy of learning. 

Signature Programme(s)

1.     Community Art Project Through community art projects, students are exposed to different forms of art making. They can experience art making with the community and enjoy the opportunity to express their artistic ideas.     
 
2.     Enhanced Music Programme Aspiring students who have the passion, talent and aptitude for music can opt to continue mastering and pursuing a lifelong interest in this area through the enhanced music programme. Students can look forward to deepening their musical knowledge, learning from artists and musicians and contributing to the cultural life of the community.     

3.    School Improvement Project Students further hone their skills in designing and product development through involvement in the various school improvement projects such as re-designing a form collection box for school office, or mobile notice stands for use in school’s events etc.   

4.     Intergeneration Learning Programme Working with agencies such as National Silver Academy, students share their nutrition knowledge with seniors and exchange culinary tips where both seniors and students learn from each other on food nutrition, culinary skills and, food heritage and culture.   

5.     Industrial Mentorship Programme Working with agencies such as the Singapore Science Centre, students with a strong disposition in electronics and robotics will be attached to an industrial mentor where they work together to develop smart projects that serve the community.