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On 27 June 2018, SST hosted E7 Cluster educators. They were hosted by Ms Loh Kwai Yin, HOD of Special Projects and Mr Aurelius Yeo, HOD of Education Technology.


SST did an introduction to its vision, mission, values, goals, curriculum, STEM programmes and discussed the role of technology in its approach to applied learning.

They were given a brief introduction of the school and brought on a tour of the facilities.

Thank you for visiting SST!

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16 thoughts on “VISIT BY E7 CLUSTER ON 27 JUNE 2018

  1. Weisi says:

    It’s been a privilege visiting the school, to benefit from the sharing from fellow educators. The flexible and adaptive environment enlivens learning for students, catered to their diverse learning styles and needs. Continue to inspire generations of change-makers!


  2. Joseph Tan says:

    Very grateful for this tour which showcased how the learning spaces, artefacts and programmes lead both staff and students to achieve the school’s vision.


  3. Imran says:

    A refreshing look at how technology is seamlessly incorporated and weaved into the curriculum.
    Thank you for hosting us!


  4. Audrey says:

    Stretching curriculum focusing on being designer, coder and maker.

    Maybe good to share more about how ICT is used in regular lessons for subjects like EL, Maths etc

    Thanks so much for spending the afternoon to share with us.


  5. Joji Mendoza says:

    Thank you for the sharing. Your students speak well and are passionate in what they do. I admire that you give them space to tinker, experiment and explore. Continue to nurture curious minds!


  6. Jane says:

    Inspired by the physical and curricular space and opportunities given to students to develop the joy of learning. Thanks for sharing!


  7. Ming Da says:

    The visit was an eye opener and it showed us how schools can re-create curriculum to best suit students’ needs. I am particularly impressed with the Talent Development Programme and the SST INC which allows students to explore deeper in their area of interests. Thanks!


  8. Nabilah says:

    It was an enriching sharing, definitely there are many that can be modelled after like the exposure that starts from sec1 students.
    I am just concerned how students cope with rigour of academics when they are sitting for the O level exams.


  9. Syed Salleh says:

    Very impressed by your school. Struggling to find things that I can bring back to my school cause SST is way ahead of the curve. Nonetheless,I’m left with a vision of what my school could be.
    Thank you.


  10. Ken Teo says:

    Thank you SST for hosting us.
    Interesting and useful flexible facilities and equipment that make the classroom learning experience so much better. Great ideas takeaways.


  11. Wilfred Loh says:

    I think the focus of consumer level product is a good touch for students’ approach to affordable and accessible resources. They will not be left in a lurch in times of need where specialised resources are used to do their project.


  12. Tan Chee Wei says:

    Very impressed by the facilities shown and the student centric problem based learning that the students experience here. Also the talent development program is very comprehensive, and is able to cater to the needs of different students.


  13. Louisa Tan says:

    Interesting to see true integration of tech into the curriculum. Students fully engaged. Dedicated rooms, well equipped. Provided good ideas and hope to adopt some of these back at school.Thank you for the learning experience.


  14. Timmy says:

    Many thanks to the SST team for hosting us. I enjoyed the tour, and am impressed by the degree to which technology is entrenched in the curriculum. Was also amazed by the synergy between the various departments in how they integrated their assignment on housing in a Singapore, and bring in the technology element.


  15. Ibrahim says:

    The school has been well designed, keeping in mind the value of inter-disciplinary or integrated approaches across the curricular. What the school may consider would be developing the community through inter-school collaborations to enable students to reach out to students with different learner profile. As part of community outreach as well raise students’ social capita when interacting with others, outside their immediate community.


  16. Km says:

    Very impressed with the spaces creatively created for students to innovate and the impromptu delivery by the student from robotics club!


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