Short Term Goals
The department aims to identify, monitor and provide for the welfare of the JYians and helps character development through providing a more proactive, systemic and total school approach, opportunities for pupils to develop personal and inter-personal skills, and personal and social responsibilities, leadership qualities and to demonstrate citizenship attributes.
As the school aims to prepare JYians to be future-ready and useful citizens by inculcating values and inspiring in them a passion for learning, through the Student Well-being programmes, the department thrives to meet the physiological needs, social emotional needs and learning needs of the JYians so as to support them in their all-round development. The 3 main aspects of students’ needs identified is as shown in Figure 1.
|Mr Adrian Tan||CCE IC|
|Mrs Corinne Huang||CCE 2IC|
|Ms Nor Diana||Education and Career Guidance (ECG) Coordinator / LS Values in Action (VIA) Skills |
|Ms Chang Sze May||Education and Career Guidance (ECG)|
|Mr Mustafa Bin Ali||LS Values in Action (VIA) Skills|
|Mr Chuah Soon Ann||Local Values in Action (VIA) |
|Mr Rudie Asmara||Cyberwellness Coordinator|
|Mdm Rozana Bte Salleh||National Education (NE) Coordinator|
|Mr Benjamin Goh||National Education (NE)|
|Mdm Shurtin Bte Sayuti||Sexuality Ed Coordinator|
|Ms Ruth Yeo||Contemporary Issues Integration|
|Ms Elydia Bte Azman||Positive School Climate|
|Mr Joseph Yap||Counselling|
|Year Heads / AYH|
Information for Character Education Curriculum
The Character Education (CE) Formal Curriculum that comprises the CCE Lessons, School-based CCE and CCE Guidance Modules (Sexuality Education (SE), Cyber wellness (CW), Education and Career Guidance), is revised and designed based on the 6 CCE domains – self, family, school, community, nation and world, CCE Learning Outcomes, social trends and student developmental needs surfaced by the school’s Character Excellence Committee. The CE curriculum with a specific learning intent for each level has the characteristics of sequence where learning is cumulative and continuous, continuity where there is progression of values, attitudes, knowledge and skills at increased depth and complexity over the length of curriculum and transferability where students are able to put their learning into actions for internationalisation of values and skills.
Financial Assistance Scheme
The goal of the FAS Committee is to identify students with special financial circumstances that may confine their holistic development and growth in JYSS. Throughout the year, the FAS Committee works together with the staff to identify and nominate students to receive suitable scholarships and bursaries generously given by various organisations.
Reading Books Presentation
A total of 214 students received a set of English reading books to aid in their learning of the English Language. Together with teachers from the English Language department, suitable reading books were selected for students according to their language abilities and interests. In addition, all students received the motivational book, ‘The Joys and Pains of Growing Up… 17 Principles Every Youth Must Know!’ by Mr Peter Lau, a successful ex-JYian who was the world’s youngest Neuro-Semantics® Trainer in 2007 and motivational speaker. At the books presentation, each book that the students received was affixed with a special note by our Principal, Mr Seet, to encourage students in sharing of the books they had received, inculcating them the important values of sharing and paying it forward.
CDAC and Mendaki Tuition Programme
In alignment with the school’s focus on academic excellence, the school sought the help of teacher-volunteers from the CDAC and Mendaki tuition programme for our JYians in their learning of the core subjects. A total of 95 students across levels and ethnic groups benefitted from these weekly tuition sessions, allowing them additional assistance in their understanding of the concepts in their English, Mathematics and Science subjects. This was a significant step for our students who faced financial constraints but yet required additional assistance in their studies.
Creating Opportunities for the Pursuit of Excellence Series (C.O.P.E.s)
Objectives of Event
The workshops are planned to assist the upper secondary students to:
1. achieve the school ‘s Character and Citizenship Education (CCE) level learning outcomes that is ‘ students will be pursuing excellence for their national examinations, post-secondary education and future endeavours in the globalised world’.
2. attain the CCE skills of reflective thinking, perspective taking and responsible decision making.
3. practice the values of resilience and responsibility.
The C.O.P.E. series of workshop is customized for the Upper Secondary Students in 2015 Term 1. The students of the graduating classes namely the Secondary Four Express, Secondary Four Normal (Academic), Secondary Four Normal (Technical) and the Secondary Five Normal (Academic), will attend a total of 5 sessions workshop. The Secondary Three students will be attending the C.O.P.E series of workshop in 2015 Terms 2 and 4. In these workshops, the students learnt that it is possible to turn our own imperfect circumstances, insecurities and weaknesses into a source of strength and to overcome adversity. They learnt that being successful is about self-actualization, being able to achieve personal growth and live a fulfilling and purposeful life in accordance with our personal values and aspirations. The students explore, clarify and strengthen their personal motivations for wanting to be successful. The students were also taught good learning skills, techniques and habits that will enhance their long-term learning effectiveness and academic performance.
Positive School Climate (PSC) Awards
|The Most Proactive Class for each level|
|The Most Proactive Student Awardees|
|Muhammad Danial B Aripin (1E1)||Rachel Quek Kai En (1E2)|
|Kaitlyn Wong (1A1)||Gan Jing Yi (1A2)|
|Syazwina Bte Mohamed Jaabar (1T1)||Joy Toh Li Shi (2E1)|
|Chow Hui Ming (2E2)||Kang Jia Xuan (2E3)|
|Wilson Low Jun Jie (2A1)||Lau Hong Yit (2A2)|
|Eugene Ong Jian Da (2T1)||Rozene Yap Cher Wei (3E1)|
|Roy Teo Jia Jun (3E2)||Nur Darwisha Bte Muhammad R (3A1)|
|Nur Zawana Bibi Bte Abdus S (3A2)||Ho Si Hui (3T1)|
|Huang Ruijia (4E1)||Muhammad Akmal B Abdul Rahman (4E2)|
|Shaik Ameer Mastan B Shaik A (4A1)||Kang Tian Qi (4A2)|
|Muhammad Shaquille Ramadan B S (4A3)||Greg Ang Jia Wei (4T1)|
|Thaqif B Nazri (5A1)|
Student-led Parent Teacher Conference
Ms Roslin & Ms Hong updating the parent on their child's progress
Mr Bryan Ee and Mr Surya updating the parent on their child's progress.