Sec 1 CCA LEAPS 2.0 Briefing to Parents on 11 Jan 2014
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Sec 1 CCA LEAPS 2.0 Briefing to Parents on 11 Jan 2014 Sec 1 CCA LEAPS 2.0 Briefing to Parents on 11 Jan 2014 Presentation Transcript

  • A Holistic Education for Secondary School Students - LEAPS 2.0 Damai Secondary School Integrity, the Foundation . People, our Focus . Learning, our Passion . Excellence, our Pursuit Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • To share: the purpose of Co-curricular Programmes the intent & domains of LEAPS 2.0 & how parents can support the holistic development of your child Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • • Co-Curricular Programmes – 4 structured programmes that complement the academic curriculum Co-Curricular Activities (CCA) Student Leadership Development Values In Action (VIA) Enrichment & Lifeskills Programme Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • • Co-Curricular Programmes support the holistic development of the child – Provides multiple avenues to nurture students to prepare them for their future work and life Character & Values Social-Emotional Competencies 21st Century Competencies Interests & Talents Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • • Role of Parents in the holistic development of your child – Reinforcement of values, life skills, interests and strengths at home Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • Recognition System for Co-Curricular Attainment LEAPS 2.0 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • LEAPS 2.0 DOMAINS – to recognise students’ holistic development Leadership Enrichment Achievement Participation Service Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • • LEAPS 2.0 – 4 domains has levels of attainment: 1 - 5 Participation Achievement Leadership Service Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • • LEAPS 2.0 – Enrichment domain complements the other domains for students’ holistic development – Will be recognised in School Graduation Certificate – Will not have levels of attainment Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • INTENT OF LEAPS 2.0 Motivate students towards holistic and balanced participation through the co-curricular programmes Facilitate the learning of values, skills and competencies for life Recognise diverse interests of students; developing students to be self-directed learners Recognise the “home-school-community” approach to holistic development of every child Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • Key Information on LEAPS 2.0 Domains • Participation – Affirms students’ sustained development in school-based CCA throughout secondary school – Student can choose from Sports, Arts, Uniformed Groups, Clubs and Societies • Achievement – Affirms students’ character development and efforts in representing the school/external organisations in events – Students diverse interests and talents are recognised as events can go beyond CCA and beyond school Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • Participation Domain in LEAPS 2.0 • At least 75% attendance each year – Levels 1 - 4: • Participation in a CCA for 2 to 5 years – Levels 4 – 5: • Continuous involvement in the same CCA for 4 or 5 years – Levels 3 – 5: • Exemplary conduct and active contribution in CCA with at least 3 years of participation in any CCA Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • Achievement Domain in LEAPS 2.0 Representation • Level 1: – Represent class / house / CCA (Intra-school) Representation/Accomplishment • Levels 2 – 4: – Representation school or external organisation in an event – Accomplishment in an event represented – Levels increase with no. of years of representation/accomplishment • Level 5: – Represent/accomplish Singapore / MOE / Singapore Schools / National Project of Excellence (NPOE) / UG HQ in international UG competitions Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • Key Information on LEAPS 2.0 Domains • Leadership – Affirms students’ development as a leader – Students are developed through leadership modules, National Youth Achievement Award and leadership positions. • Service – Affirms students’ contributions to the community and development as responsible and active citizens – Students serve the community through schools’ Values-InAction programmes Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • Leadership Domain in LEAPS 2.0 • Level 1: – Completed 2 modules on leadership • Levels 2 – 3: – National Youth Achievement Award: – Level 2: Bronze – Level 3: Silver and above • Levels 2 – 5: – Recognition of progressive student leadership development through leadership positions Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • Service Domain in LEAPS 2.0 • Level 1-4: Highest level attained in either: – Number of hours of service – Number of VIA projects – A combination of both • Level 5: – VIA project: • Student-initiated • Impacts the community beyond the school Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • LEAPS 2.0 RECOGNITION OF CO-CURRICULAR ATTAINMENT Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • Co-Curricular Experience Excellent Good Fair Basic Requirement for Level of Attainment in Domains 4,3,3,3 4,1,1,1 3,2,1,1 2,2,2,1 did not meet above criteria Bonus Points 2 1 0 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • LEAPS 2.0 and previous LEAPS Previous LEAPS LEAPS 2.0 Grading scheme to differentiate Recognition scheme to chart development Fine differentiation A1, A2, B3, B4 ….. Broad attainment – Fair, Good and Excellent Co-curricular Experience… Recalibrating towards balanced participation across domains: Recognising domains unevenly e.g. different domains carry different weighting in the computation of points • equal weighting for all domains • requiring minimum attainment in each domain Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • LEAPS 2.0 and previous LEAPS Previous LEAPS LEAPS 2.0 Encourage involvement in different activities through scoring and accumulating points Encourage progression of development through levels of attainment within each domain over the years Recognition of student achievement in mainly CCA activities Recognise student achievement beyond CCA beyond school ; harnessing community resources Complex computation of points Easy to understand requirements with only 3 broad levels Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • HOW TO SUPPORT MY CHILD’S HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • Supporting the Holistic Development of my Child What kind of person does my child want to be? Is my child able to cope? How can I reinforce my child's learning of values and life skills in his /her Co-Curricular Programmes? How can I help to support him/her in the learning pursuits? How does my child want to pursue this development? What are the possible opportunities that can help support this development? What is my child interested in? What is my child good at? Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • Focus on LEARNING & ENJOYMENT in Co-Curricular Programmes CCA LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT VIA ENRICHMENT Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • CCA in Secondary School CCA in Primary School • COMPULSORY for ALL students • Part of school’s cocurriculum • 4 – 5 year programme • Sustainability & progression of skills • Changing of CCA is strongly NOT encouraged • NOT compulsory for all students • Students are encouraged to join a CCA • Part of school’s cocurriculum • Can be modular / termly programme • Students can change CCA anytime 24 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • Sports & Games Canoeing (girls only) Netball (girls only) Dragonboat (boys only) Rugby (boys only) Softball (boys only) Handball (boys / girls) Uniformed Groups NPCC NCC Land (boys) Girl Guides Boys’ Brigade St John Ambulance Brigade Performing Arts Choir Clubs & Societies Art Club Ethnic Dance Infocomm Modern Dance Club Guzheng Symphonic Band 25 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • CCA is compulsory and every pupil must participate in one CCA CCAs will be conducted on either Mondays and/or Wednesdays and/or Fridays (depending on the chosen CCA) Most CCAs will have 2 sessions per week DO NOT arrange child’s tuition on CCA days 26 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • • On-line registration through the following: www.learnfusion.com/schools/damaisec OR via the school’s website www.damaisec.moe.edu.sg – click on CCA – Sec 1 CCA Registration 2014 login with student’s I/C number or FIN number (foreign students) select the preferred CCA (3 choices) 27 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
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  • Starting date – 13 Jan 2014 (2pm onwards) Closing date – 15 Jan 2014 (midnight) Parents’ signature is required on the final printout to acknowledge the registration Students with no computer / printer at home to report to Computer Lab 3 (Level 3) on 15 Jan 2014 at 1.45pm Submit the signed print-out to Form Teacher on 16 Jan 2014 NO Appeals will be allowed if the student is allocated one of his / her choices. 35 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.
  • Thank You Q&A Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.