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IN PICTURES: Learning Journey

Learning Journey

As part of their learning journey, our Secondary and IBDP student-athletes went on a knowledge hunt at various places in Singapore in the morning of 6 April 2023. The learning journey for each level are planned out based on a specific theme, and activities were also carried out to help them better appreciate and understand the theme and objectives of the learning journey.

Anchored on the theme of “Knowing Self – Who we are as student-athletes?”, Secondary 1 student-athletes visited the Singapore Sports Hub and Sports Museum where they had the opportunity to meet sprint legend C. Kunalan. They were able to learn about the sports development in Singapore, the successes, and challenges of sports in Singapore, while relating it to their role as a student-athlete.

Themed “Knowing Self – Who we are as Singaporeans?”, Secondary 2 student-athletes explored their identity as a Singaporeans. They walked down heritage sites at Chinatown, Bukit Chandu and Little India to learn about the challenges faced by our forefathers in building Singapore. They even had their taste buds satisfied with food appreciation during the tour.

Meanwhile, our Secondary 3 student-athletes looked at the current challenges of security and diversity we faced in Singapore through the theme of “Knowing our Present – What challenges do we face today in Singapore?”. They visited the Singapore Discovery Centre where they were able to find their answers in the gallery tour, Safti Bus Tour, and National Education film.

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The Secondary 4s and 5s made their way to the Singapore Discovery Centre and Gardens by the Bay where they learnt about the impact of climate change and the need for sustainability. Themed “Knowing our Future – What lies ahead for Singapore in a sustainable and globalised world?”, student-athletes had a tour in the Gardens by the Bay to find out some of their sustainable energy practices. There was also an eco-tour where student-athletes explore the theme of food security through hands-on planting of microgreen.

Our IBDP, Year 5 student-athletes also had an intellectual experience at the Dialogue in the dark @ Ngee Ann Polytechnic where they explored “Making a Difference – Inclusivity in Singapore?”. Through the session, they learnt about the challenges faced by the visually impaired, and they were able to come up with a proposal to address some of the challenges.

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Our IBDP, Year 6 student-athletes were awed by the sustainable energy practices adopted by the S.E.A Aquarium. Themed “Knowing our Present – Sustainability in Singapore?”, they explored issues related to sustainability and adapted some of the good practices by the S.E.A Aquarium in their proposal to address sustainability issues in the School.

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