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HYSS Sec 1 Meet The Parent 13 Jan 2012

  1. 1. Hua Yi Secondary School Meet-The-Parents Session 13 January 2012 Secondary One Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  2. 2. Programme1. Welcome and Introduction Principal2. School Programmes and Vice Principal General Information3. Character Education in HOD Character Hua Yi Development4. CCA Matters HOD PE/CCA5. School Family Partnership Subject Head / Citizenship Education7. School Health Advisor Student Health Adviser Programme8. Form Teacher – Parent Respective Form Teachers Interaction Time Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  3. 3. A VERY WARM WELCOME TO OURSECONDARY ONE PARENTS Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  4. 4. Introduction Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  5. 5. Hua Yi Secondary School School Management Committee Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  6. 6. Names DesignationMdm Tay Siok Hwa PrincipalMr Ng Aik Boon Vice-PrincipalMr A. Razak B Patwi HOD Pupil ManagementMr Cheong Kit Kee HOD PE & CCAMr Justin Tan Kum Kit HOD ScienceMr Ong Ka Ming HOD MathematicsMdm Tan Geok Hoon HOD Mother TongueMr Lee Han Hwa HOD Character DevelopmentMrs Pan-Ong Fei Eng HOD English Language Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  7. 7. Names DesignationMr Jeromy Ngian Kun Chuan School Staff DeveloperMr Amran B Sukri SH Citizenship Education/Coordinator (ML)Mr Shaheful B Mansor SH Information and Communications TechnologyMr Suah Yee Leng SH Higher Chinese LanguageMrs Selina Wong SH HistoryMdm Yeo Siew Lan LH Science/Coordinator MentorMdm Lye Yoke Pheng SH MathematicsMdm Koh Kiat Peng Admin ManagerMr Lau Cheong Kee Operations Manager 1Mr Thillagan Operations Manager 2 Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  8. 8. Secondary One 2012 Cohort• Express Stream • Total Number of Classes : 4• Normal (Academic) • Total Number of Classes : 2• Normal (Technical) • Total Number of Classes : 1 Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  9. 9. Sec One Form TeachersClass Form TeacherS1-E1 Mr Jeremiah LimS1-E2 Mdm Siti Ismalina B IsmailS1-E3 Ms Narinderjit Kaur DhillonS1-E4 Mr Goh Cheong KiatS1-N1 Mrs Ismail-Aneesah Mrs Thamo-KhasturiS1-N2 Ms Liau Yanya Mr Khairul Amri B Juma’atS1-T1 Ms Aishah B A Rahman Mr Tan Chong Soo Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  10. 10. SCHOOL VISIONW h e r e le a r n in g is v ib r a n t a n d t e a c h in g is d y n a m ic Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  11. 11. SCHOOL MISSIONTo n u r t u r e o u r s t u d e n t s t o be c r e a t iv e , in d e p e n d e n t , c o n f id e n t l e a r n e r swh o a r e g r a c io u s , h u mb l e a n d r e s p o n s ib l e c it iz e n s , pr e par e d f or t he c hal l enges ahead. Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  12. 12. SCHOOL MOTTO 仁 义 智 群Together we care and grow. Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  13. 13. SCHOOL VALUES仁Benevolence义 Justice智 Wisdom群Togetherness Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  14. 14. School Programmes and General Information Sharing by Mr Ng Aik Boon Vice Principal Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  15. 15. In Hua Yi, we stress much on academic excellence which is thepassport to future endeavours and character development throughphysical fitness, full participation inCo-Curricular Activities and service learning. Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
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  17. 17. Community Involvement Programme Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  18. 18. Bonsai Appreciation Programme Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  19. 19. Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  20. 20. Student Leadership Programme Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  21. 21. Extensive Sports Programmes Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  22. 22. Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  23. 23. Outdoor Education Programmes    Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  24. 24. Overseas Adventure Programmes Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  25. 25. Enrichment Programmes Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  26. 26. In Hua Yi, we advocate self-discipline in the acquisition of knowledge and wisdom. Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  27. 27. Secondary 1 Examinable and Non-Examinable Subjects 27 Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  28. 28. Sec 1 Express & Normal (Academic)• Examinable Subjects English Mathematics History Language Chinese/Malay/ Science Geography Tamil Language Art Home Literature Economics / Design and Technology 28 Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  29. 29. Sec 1 Express & Normal (Academic)• Non-Examinable Subjects o Character Education Programme o Physical Education o Music 29 Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  30. 30. Sec 1 Normal (Technical)• Examinable Subjects English Mathematics Art Language Chinese/Malay/ Science Computer Tamil Applications Language Home Economics / Design & Technology 30 Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  31. 31. Sec 1 Normal (Technical)• Non-Examinable Subjects o Character Education Programme o Physical Education o Music 31 Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  32. 32. Assessment StructureComponents Express/Normal Normal (Academic) (Technical)Continuous 30% 40%AssessmentsMid-Year & 70% 60%End-of-YearExaminationsTotal 100% 100% 32 Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  33. 33. Promotion CriteriaCourse Promotion CriteriaSec 1 Exp Pass in EL and 50% average of the total for all subjectsSec 1 N(A) Grade D or better in: [a] EL and 2 other subjects or [b] 4 subjectsSec 1 N(T) Grade D or better in 2 subjects, one of which should be EL or Mathematics Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  34. 34. 2012 Timetable• Introduction of Common Test: Every Wednesday morning• Intent: – To streamline the tests implemented by different departments – To promote a culture of learning and excellence 34 HYSS-2012-Jan- Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic Assembly
  35. 35. 2012 Timetable• Introduction of Common Test: – Students with valid MCs will be allowed to sit for a re-test. – Results to be printed in Progress reports. 35 HYSS-2012-Jan- Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic Assembly
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  37. 37. Co-Curricular Activities Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  38. 38.   Internationalistion Programme Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  39. 39. Character Education in Hua Yi Sharing by Mr Lee Han HwaHOD Character Development Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  40. 40. MOE Workplan SeminarA good school needs to know who theirstudents are at the point of entry, studiestheir needs and strengths….-Speech by Minister of Education, Mr Heng Swee Keat, 22 Sep 2011 Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  41. 41. Character Development Pupil Profiling Target setting Personality Keys (DISC tool)Infusing of School Values into the school’s Character Education programmeStudent Development Week (Term 1 Week 10)1-to-1 Form Teacher–Student Interaction Time Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  42. 42. Character Education (CE) ProgrammeImplemented as a whole school programme in 2011Incorporated Civics and Moral Education (CME), Sexuality Education, Career Guidance, Community Involvement Programme (CIP) into the CE programme focused on real life applicationSchool Values infused into the CE programme Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  43. 43. Student Development Week Developing our students beyond the formal curriculumTo be held on Term 1 Week 10Some of the programmes for Sec 1 include the following:  Poetry Slam Coaching Clinic  Environmental Trail  Mother Tongue Language & Cultural Day  Maths Trail  Personality Keys Workshop Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  44. 44. 1-to-1Form Teacher-Student Interaction Time Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  45. 45. 1-to-1 Form Teacher-Student Interaction Time Why 1-to-1 Form Teacher-Student Interaction Time? Build Quality relationships - Takes time and effort A safe environment for sharing Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  46. 46. CCA Matters Sharing byMr Cheong Kit Kee HOD CCA & PE Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  47. 47. MOE CCA FrameworkGuiding Principles•Build Character, Team Spirit and Responsibility•Be broad-based with Opportunities to Specialize•Be Responsive to inculcating National Values & Skills•Promote Social Integration Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  48. 48. LEAPSMOE’s CCA Grading SchemeLeadershipEnrichmentAchievementParticipationService Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  49. 49. LEAPSPart of the school’s:- Character Development programme - to build students’ character and leadership qualities- Holistic Health Framework – encourage personal’s health and fitness improvement Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  50. 50. GRADESNo. of points Grade Bonus 25 & above A1 2 20 – 24 A2 2 16 – 19 B3 1 13 – 15 B4 1 10 – 12 C5 1 08 – 09 C6 1 04 – 07 D7 0 01 – 03 E8 0 Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  51. 51. CCAs in Hua Yi SPORTS & GAMESCORE SPORTS SPORTS MODULES•BADMINTON •FLOORBALL•BASKETBALL •FOOTBALL•TRACK & FIELD •NETBALL•VOLLEYBALL UNIFORMED GROUPSNATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC) GIRL GUIDESNATIONAL POLICE CADET CORPS (NPCC) RED CROSS YOUTH PERFORMING ARTSCHOIR HIP HOP DANCECONCERT BAND GUITAR ENSEMBLEDANCE SOCIETY GUZHENG ENSEMBLE CLUBS & SOCIETIESART CLUB INFO-COMM CLUBCHINESE CULTURAL SOCIETY INNOVATION CLUBELDDS MEDIA RESOURCE LIBRARYENTREPRENEUR CLUB SINGAPORE YOUTH FLYING CLUBHOME ECONOMICS CLUB Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  52. 52. School’s CCA PolicyGuiding Principles•All students have a CCA•All students are actively involved in CCA•Our students can become leaders•Students are responsible for their own development Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  53. 53. OBJECTIVES Encourage student’s participation in CCA. Reward student’s contribution and achievement to CCA. Develop and recognise student’s leadership qualities. Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  54. 54. Conclusion:3. Provide a holistic education for all.4. Support of parents to ensure that the child attends CCA regularly.3. Develop the potentials of the child to the fullest. Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  55. 55. School Family Partnership Sharing by Mr Amran Bin SukriSubject Head / Citizenship Education Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  56. 56. School-Family PartnershipTo build school-home partnership thatsupports the drive to provide ourstudents a holistic education Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  57. 57. School-Family Partnership• Programmes to note: – Bonsai Appreciation Programme (Parent-Child Bonding) – School-Family Education (SFE) Programmes (a programme supported by the Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports MCYS) – Parent Support Group (PSG) Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  58. 58. Bonsai Appreciation Programme It takes ten years to nurture a plant, a hundred years to nurture an individual Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  59. 59. School-Family Partnership Bonsai Appreciation Programme – Bonsai Culture – the school’s legacy and icon – Introduces the students to the history and values of the school – Promotes parent-child bonding – Parents are encouraged to attend this programme together with their children – Collaboration with various Community Clubs, Community Centres and the Singapore Penjing and Stone Appreciation Society Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  60. 60. School-Family Partnership Bonsai Appreciation Programme – This is a compulsory programme for all Secondary One students as part of the Character Education (CE) programme – All students will bring the plants home after the programme Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  61. 61. School-Family Partnership Bonsai Appreciation Programme – They will be empowered to nurture and care for the plants – They are encouraged to bring the plants to school and consult our resident Bonsai expert for consultations Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  62. 62. School-Family Partnership Bonsai Appreciation Programme – 24 Mar 2012 • for students and parents from 1E2, 1E4 and 1T1 Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  63. 63. School-Family Partnership Bonsai Appreciation Programme – 31 Mar 2012 • for students and parents from 1E1, 1E3, 1N1 and 1N2 Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  64. 64. School-Family Partnership Parenting Skills Talk – 24 Mar 2012 • for parents from 1E1, 1E3, 1N1 and 1N2 Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  65. 65. School-Family Partnership Parenting Skills Talk – 31 Mar 2012 • for parents from 1E2, 1E4 and 1T1 Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  66. 66. School-Family PartnershipSchool FamilyEducation (SFE)Programme  In-Line Skating (Parent-Child Bonding)  25 February 2012  9 am to 12 noon  Basketball Court (below ISH) Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  67. 67. School-Family PartnershipSchool Family Education (SFE)Programme  Helping your child transit to Secondary One  14 January 2012  9 am to 12 noon  AVA 3rd Level Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  68. 68. School-Family PartnershipParent Support Group(PSG)  Support School Programmes  Youth Carnival  Sports Extravaganza  Bonsai Appreciation Programme Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  69. 69. School-Family PartnershipParent Support Group (PSG)  Please proceed to the PSG counter at the back of the hall for more information Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  70. 70. School Health Advisor Programme Sharing by Mdm Haslinda Bte AbdullahStudent Health Advisor (SHA) Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  71. 71. Overview of ProgrammeWill benefit students who:have general queries about their health are under/overweight and needing advice onhealthy lifestyle have existing medical conditions (asthma,diabetes) & require health advice want to kick bad habits (e.g. smoking,substance abuse) Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  72. 72. Role of Student Health Advisor• Provide health advice for individuals or small groups of at-risk students referred by authorized school personnel• Advise/Counsel students with existing chronic medical conditions who are non- compliant with treatment and refer to adolescent health services where needed• Monitor attendances for referrals made by SHS teams to ensure students receive appropriate follow-up Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  73. 73. Counselling Sessions• Health counselling may be conducted individually or in groups in school• Frequency and duration of counselling sessions may vary according to individually needs• May arrange for follow-up session(s) or updates on student’s health issues• Counselling sessions will be conducted either during or after school hours Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  74. 74. Confidentiality• All information relating to the students and shared during the counseling sessions will be kept strictly confidential Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  75. 75. How to make an appointment?For students:•Inform your Form Teacher that you wouldlike to meet up with the SHA•Approach the SHA directly for anappointment (Walk-in)Location: Level 4, Wellness Centre Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  76. 76. Keep in touch with us• Tel : 65634568• Email : hyss@moe.edu.sg• School website : www.hyss.moe.edu.sg Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic
  77. 77. Thank you Where learning is vibrant and teaching is dynamic

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