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Student Development

Student Curriculum Development

To emphasize the 'total' development process, students are given opportunity to enrich themselves and maximise their abilities through new experiences. The studentl development programme aims at exposing every single student to the impact of participation in and contribution to sports and community service, and the development of student leaders.

Service within the school community earns recognition. Service beyond the school is compulsory and planned, with opportunities created for the students to be personally involved. Our students are nurtured to look beyond themselves and to the well-being of their peers and the larger community.

The student development programme are as follows:

Student Activity Programme

With the momentum gathered, our students have every opportunity of leaving the school as well-rounded individuals.

Student Leadership

The development of student leaders is taken seriously in the school. Special training sessions are held both within and outside school to ensure that students who are appointed as leaders are sufficiently trained. Students who are not formally appointed leaders will also be given opportunities to develop their leadership skills.

Student Activity Programme

The IJ Education

The school's mission and policy guides decision-making at all levels such as a enrichment programmes, pastoral care and disciplinary matters.

This includes activities such as:

  • Project Work (PW) at Sec. 2
  • Sec. 2 Science Investigative/ Robotics/ Crystal Growing Project
  • Infusion of IT/Computer Skills, National Education Thinking Skills, Habits of Mind and Learning Styles Approaches at all levels
  • Religious Education

Career Seminar 2015 

Theme: Fulfilling a dream, creating the future

Career Seminar was held on 27 May 2015 for the Secondary 4 and 5 students.

The objectives of the Career Seminar are to:

1.     Provide the opportunity for students to explore the different careers and to hear the experiences of people from different professions.

2.     Help students to understand the expectations of the world of work.

3.     Get students thinking about the possible career(s) and courses they would wish to take after leaving CHIJ Secondary. 

19 former CHIJ students were present at the career seminar to enrich our students and expand their knowledge so that they can make the right choices for their future careers.

NoName Profession
1Dr Lena NgKeynote speaker on “Making Wise Career Choices”
2Ms Genevieve SewBiologist
 3Ms Grace Chan Social worker
 4Ms Shannae-MaeEarly childhood educator
 5Ms Low Chin LooBanker
 6Ms Lim Choi MingLawyer
 7 Ms Lynn ChuaEngineer
 8Ms Lisa – Anne Taylor – Chong Operations Director
 9Ms Jennifer ChihLawyer
10 Ms Evelyn LohAdvertiser
11 Ms Josephine Sofyan Project Manager
12Ms Sharon Architect
13 Ms Charmaine ChuTeacher
14Dr Aileen Seah Surgeon
15 Ms Sharon Loh Banker
16Ms Jillian LimDeejay
17Ms Karen CheahVice President, Creative Services
18 Ms Kai LiArchitect
19 Ms Adeline ChanBusiness Director in Oil & Gas

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Educational Fair 2015

Educational Fair was held on 27 February 2015 for the Secondary 4 and 5 students. 

The objectives of the Educational Fair are to:

1.     provide opportunity for students to explore the different curriculum and to hear the advice of officers and student ambassadors from the different institutions and organisations,

2.     understand the expectations required to enter junior college or  polytechnic, and

3.     get students thinking about the possible courses, junior colleges or polytechnics they wish to join after graduating from CHIJ.

Eight junior colleges (Nanyang Junior College, St Joseph Institute, St. Andrew Junior College, National Junior College, Innova Junior College, Victoria Junior College, Raffles Junior College and Hwa Chong Institute), five polytechnics (Temasek Polytechnic, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Republic Polytechnic, Nanyang Polytechnic and Singapore Polytechnic) and four other institutions and organisations (Lasalle, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Shatec and Singapore Press Holding) were present at the fair to showcase their education offering to our students. Four concurrent talks were also conducted during the fair (Direct Polytechnic Admission talk by Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Polytechnic Foundation Programme talk by Singapore Polytechnic, Hwa Chong Institute talk and St Joseph Institute talk on International Baccalaureate programme).

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