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Education Technology


In alignment with the MOE ICT Masterplan 4 and the school’s vision, the Education Technology (EdTech) Department aims to nurture future-ready and responsible digital learners, well equipped with 21st century and digital baseline competencies. 

Key Approaches

EdTech-enriched School Curriculum 

Components of the Student Learning Space Pedagogical Scaffold (SLS PS) are integrated in the school curriculum to ensure that EdTech is used purposefully for quality learning. Teachers are equipped with relevant E-Pedagogy knowledge and skills to design EdTech-enriched learning experiences. 

Figure 1: Student Learning Space Pedagogical Scaffold (SLS PS)

Digital Baseline Competencies 

The digital baseline competencies are weaved into the total curriculum to enable quality learning empowered by EdTech. These competencies are designed in line with the MOE New Media Literacies Framework. By the end of their primary education, students are equipped with the skills to create, connect and curate in a digitally networked environment.   

Digital Literacy Programme and Infocomm Club Curriculum 

As Singapore gears up to be a Smart Nation, it is integral for our students to be digitally literate. As such, the school has a 6-year Digital Literacy Programme in place to expose all students to coding and computational thinking. Through the programme, students develop problem-solving skills and creative thinking skills. 



Primary 1

E³ Modular - Scratch Junior Programming  

Primary 2

E³ Modular - MicroBit Programing   

Primary 3

Digital Story-Telling (TBC) 

Primary 4

Lego Mindstorms EV3 (TBC)

Primary 5

Intro to Mobile App Design (TBC) 

Primary 6

Code For Fun Enrichment Programme 

For students who are passionate about technology, the Infocomm Club offers a differentiated curriculum for them to acquire intermediate to advanced digital and media production skills. 

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