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Student Development

Vision

A Learner, A Leader, An Explorer 

Our Core Belief

Fuchun’s Student Development Team beliefs that

Motivation is key to a child’s success

Achievement in all areas is possible by every child

BeTTer learning takes place with clear expectations, order and discipline

Encouragement and caRe builds a child’s confidence

Support through sound structures, processes and programs is essential

EVERY CHILD MATTERS


Student Development Framework & Student Outcomes

The Student Development Team looks into three core areas (Academic Excellence, Student Wellbeing and Character & Leadership) for the holistic development of our students. With our core beliefs, we as a school work very closely with our stakeholders to instil in our students the ICARE values and provide the many opportunities and platforms for them to become

Confident Learners & Active Contributors
Concerned Citizens and Keen Explorers
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Personnel

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HOD CCE: Ms Uma Mahdawan
HOD Discipline: Mr Sivakumar Murugaya

Student Development Team
  • Assistant Year Head (Sec 1) - Mrs Koh-Teh Yi Wen
  • Assistant Year Head (Sec 2) - Ms Chivelle Tay
  • Assistant Year Head (Sec 3) - Mr Nicholas Chua
  • Assistant Year Head (Sec 4/5) - Mrs Desi Koh
  • Level Manager (Lower Sec) - Mrs Nair-Fong Ya Yi Adele
  • Assistant Level Manager (Lower Sec) - Ms Norashikin Ali
  • Level Manager (Upper Sec) - Mr Syed Md Shariff Syed Rithwan
  • Assistant Level Manager (Upper Sec) - Mdm Aisah Bakar
  • Assistant Level Manager (Upper Sec) - Mr Quek Hian Hua

Student Development Support

  • Vice-Principal (Admin) - Ms Jeanie Tan
  • HOD PE & CCA - Mr Manoharan Ramasamy
  • SH Aesthetics - Mdm Hafiza Yahya
  • School Counsellor - Mdm Lim Ai Chia Rachel
  • School Counsellor - Mr Delip Saravanan s/o Gunasegaran
  • Allied Educator (Special Needs) - Mdm Amelia Abdul Malik
  • School ECG Counsellor - Mr Subramaniyam
  • Operations Manager - Mr Fong Soon Heng
  • Operations Executive - Mr Umar Osman

Department Programmes


Secondary 1

S/N

Programme

Level/Students Involved

Description

1Jump StartAllSmooth transition into Secondary Education
2Sexuality Education Program (SEd)All (Opt-In)Please look under Special Program - Sexuality Education for a comprehensive information on SEd and the topics covered
3Inter-Class GamesAllGames to promote camaraderie and teambuilding
4VIAAllThemed Home & Environment, students will learn the purpose of keeping their environment clean and embark on a project to keep their homes and classrooms clean.
5Rainbow ProgramStudents with single/loss of parentStudents to be equipped with social emotional skills through role-playing and dramatization

Secondary 2

S/N

Programme

Level/Students Involved

Description

1Sexuality Education Program (SEd)All (Opt-In)Please look under Special Program - Sexuality Education for a comprehensive information on SEd and the topics covered
2Personal Grooming, Skin and Hair CareAllStudents will learn the importance and know-hows of caring for their skin, hair and appearance
3Project Work/VIAAllA collaboration with the English Department, students will learn how to write proposals during English lessons and in teams propose for a school improvement project
4YARESelected StudentsStudents will build on their social emotional skills through outdoor experiential learning 
5Inter-Class Games AllGames to promote camaraderie and team-building
6Post-exam Elective Modules2NAStudents will be meaningfully engaged in programmes after examination
7 ITE Experience Program2NTStudents spend 2 full days in an ITE to understand the programs offered, have some hands on experience in some of the modules and experience tertiary life

Secondary 3

S/N

Program

Level/Students Involved

Description

1VIA - CommunityAllStudents will plan and execute and activity they would like to conduct for the organisation they have selected
2Communication workshopAllStudents gain confidence through learning communication skills
3Inter-Class GamesAllGames to promote camaraderie and teambuilding
4Sexuality Education/eTeens Program (SEd)All (Opt-In)Please look under Special Program - Sexuality Education for a comprehensive information on SEd and the topics covered
53NA/NT Elective Modules3NA/NTHands on professional elective modules to explore career options
6Amazing Race in Sentosa (NE)AllStudents will solve clues in Sentosa and do activities associated with the olden and modern Singapore
7Motivation Monitoring3NAMotivation workshop for students who are not coping well in their academic areas
8NRIC CeremonyAllStudents have a small ceremony learning about the significance of the Singapore IC and how to keep it safe before receiving their IC from their GPs
9Tertiary Institution Work Experience & Work Attachment Program
AllStudents go through a full day of experiential workshops in their chosen courses at RP. Students also have a choice to select the work attachment programs during the holidays

Secondary 4/5

S/N

Program

Level/Students Involved

Description

1Motivational/Career Talks by SFE, Alumni and ECG CounsellorAllMotivating and preparing students for the last lap, Insights to Industries, Tertiary Institutions and EAE application procedures
2Parliament House LJ (Humanities Department)AllStudents go on a LJ to Parliament House to understand more about Singapore's System
3VIA - Community OutreachAll Sec 4Students undergo a communication workshop and are out to the community on a Sat morning advising neighbours on how to conserve energy
4VIA - WorldAll Sec 5Students raise funds to sustain the adoption of 3 children through World Vision
5Personal Growth & Future Planning4NTStudents taught to understand the importance of budgeting and savings, Financial knowledge, Effective presentation skills and how to prepare for interviews, Making a good 1st impression during interviews, Effective resume writing skills and Ability to 'market' one self
6Tertiary Institution Work Experience ProgramAllStudents go through a half day experiential workshops in their chosen courses at RP. Students also have a choice to select the work attachment programs during the holidays (March & June)

Programmes across all levels

S/N

Program

Level/Students Involved

Description

1EXPLORE Leadership ProgrammeSec 2NA & 3NAThis programme aims to bring in its first selection of unpolished gems from the NA/NT stream. Our goal is to develop the qualities of these students and make them into inspiring role models to their peers. Students will be involved in converting food waste from the canteen to compost that will be used for the plants in the school garden.
2Smoking Cessation/Blitz ProgramSmall Group – Smokers From All levelsStudents will be continuously undergoing group therapy; high level motivational aspects will be delivered to these students in many forms, some of which will have to come from the school values itself. Relapse, reflection, epiphany and enlightening realization sessions will be carried out occasionally to inculcate this values and strengths within the group.
3Breakfast with GPsAllA 30 min session where the students start their day sec 1 orientation and post exam days with their GPs. 
4International Students’ ProgramAll International StudentsStudents go through a series of cultural immersion programs and bonding sessions with their fellow international and local students. This is done through various learning journeys and BBQ sessions/outings. These learning journeys allow international students to understand and immerse into Spore culture, while the bonding sessions helps them settle comfortably in school.
5National Education (NE)AllVarious activities, celebrations and parades will take place to commemorate Total Defence Day, International Friendship Day, Racial Harmony Day and National Day. In additional formal curriculum on the citizenship component takes place during CCE lessons. Lower secondary students are involved in investigations in humanities that revolves around citizenship education. Upper Sec students have talks by Singapore Land Authority and CPF board to enhance their understanding on policies impacting Singaporeans.
6Educational Career Guidance (ECG)AllECG comprises of three components:
1)   The formal curriculum which is conducted during CCE lessons, focusing on SEL competencies
2)  The online sessions on ‘MySkillsFuture Students Portal’ where students go through a series of questions that does a career profiling and information on course criteria and tertiary institutions
3)  Job Attachments
4)  Tertiary Institution Visits All these sessions equips students with the required knowledge of the various industries available and allows them to set sensible targets, make responsible decisions and work towards their goal and attain the required skills.

More information on ECG can be obtained from  https://www.moe.gov.sg/education/programmes/social-and-emotional-learning/education-and-career-guidance
7Sexuality Education (SEd)AllSexuality Education is delivered in a holistic manner through the school’s Character & Citizenship Education (CCE) curriculum. The content for Sexuality Education is grouped into five main themes: Human Development, Interpersonal Relationships, Sexual Health, Sexual Behaviour, and, Culture, Society and Law.

Sec 1 to 5 students go through a formal curriculum on sexuality education that focuses on their social emotional competencies like Self Awareness, Social Awareness, Responsible Decision Making, Self-Management and Relationship Management. Sec 3 go through an additional e-teens component. More information is provided under ‘Special Programs-Sexuality Education’ in the school website and MOE’s website https://www.moe.gov.sg/education/programmes/social-and-emotional-learning/sexuality-education
8After School Engagement (ASE) ProgrammeSec 1 - 3Identified students are trained to run the Student centre and organise programs for the rest of the student population after school.
9Class Talks by School Counsellors and AYH
AllSchool counsellors conduct a chit chat sessions with every class at least once throughout the year to provide social-emotional support for the students. AYH conduct termly talks and one on one talks to provide social-emotional and academic support for students.
10Teacher Counsellors
AllTeacher counsellors are assigned to every level to provide an additional layer of social emotional support for the students
11ICARE Package
AllStudents deepen their knowledge on Integrity, Camaraderie, Adaptability, Responsibility and excellence through fun activities during CCE lessons.
12Level Camps
Sec 1 - 3Students discover self, learn to adapt to changes and work in teams during their level camps building on their leadership skills, and resilience.



Achievements

  • Star Awards 2017
    • CCE Stars
    • Student Council Stars
    • Camp Leader Star
    • ECHA Awards
    • VIA Star
    • Student of the month 
    • Environmental Class Award
    • Best Class Award (By Stream)
    • Rotary Club Bursary
    • Alumni Bursary
    • Parents Support Group Bursary
  • NWCDC Partners Award (Gold)
  • Peoples’ Association Community Spirit Award (Merit)
  • VIA Projects for Sec 5 (World) - Sec 5 Leo & 4 Arm raised $1620 and adopted 3 children from World Vision (increase of 1 child since the adoption in 2015)
  • VIA Projects for Sec 3 Lin & 3 Goe (Community) – Students of each class organized a block party themed National Day & Hari Raya respectively, engaging the residents at Marsiling Blk 16 (Fuchun’s adopted block) in songs, dance, games and food.