We are very proud of our CCKSian Charlene Cham (4A'23), who received her O Level results today. Charlene embodies the values of resilience. Beginning Sec 1 in the Normal Technical stream, Charlene felt that she preferred to pursue the JC pathway after secondary school and decided to work towards this goal. Her hard work paid off, and she was laterally transferred to Sec 2NA and later on to Sec 3Exp. What is more commendable is how she managed to balance her commitments in Student Council as well as Hockey and still work in her academic pursuits. Charlene is an inspiration to all CCKSians as she embodies the resilient spirit to stay true to pursue her goals and achieve them.
Published on Shin Min Daily News, 10 January 2024
'The ideas never stop coming until the bell rings’: How one teacher makes History this riveting
Mr Melvin Chan Joo Seng, Senior Teacher (History) at Chua Chu Kang Secondary School, is an ardent practitioner of the Knowledge Building technique, which taps on the power of collectives to co-create knowledge. The result? No silent corners in his classroom. Mr Chan is a President's Award for Teachers 2023 recipient.
Recipient of MOE Most Inspiring Tamil Teacher (MITT) Award 2022 – Mr Anthony Raj Joseph
Teaching your child to be the teacher
Performing first aid and nursing come naturally with stressful situations and former St John Brigade’s cadet Nurfaizah Binte Hassan remembers the high-pressure training she went through to master the skills required in her CCA. What kept her going? The care and unwavering support from her teacher-officer Lui Meng Whye.
One of the finalists for the Outstanding Youth in Education Award (OYEA) 2019, and our Senior Teacher for Chemistry, Mr Benjamin Pooi, was featured in School Bag, an education news site by MOE. Click here to find out how Mr Benjamin creates a safe space to encourage students to learn from one another!
Read about how our Chemistry teachers, Mdm Rosnah and Mr Benjamin Pooi adopt a potent mix of pre-lab session online learning and actual lab lessons for students to hone their science practical skills! Click here to read more.
With safety management measures in place, students miss having CCAs and letting their hair down! We made it to the news for conducting class-based physical CCAs, while making sure our students practise safe distancing while having fun! Read the news article here!
Students’ CCA efforts will still be recognised: MOE
Mr Jonathan Ram, our Subject Head for PE and CCAs was interviewed by Straits Times. Read the article here!
And Lianhe Zaobao carried the news about our class-based CCAs too! Read more here!