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Department Members



HOD CCE

Mdm Aszrina Tugiman

SH Discipline & Student Leadership

Mrs Rosnani Nizam

SH Special Projects

Ms Gina Luo

 Year Head (Lower Primary) Ms Serene Khoo

Year Head (Middle Primary)

 Mrs Amalina Amir

Year Head (Upper Primary)

 Mr Faizal Suleiman

Social Studies coordinatorMs Vithya d/o Tamil
CCE Coordinator

Ms Khairiani Abd Hamid Ali

CCE Coordinator

Mrs Serpojan Singh

 CCE Coordinator Mr Rayhan s/o Mohd Rashad
 CCE Coordinator Mdm Aniza Abu Bakar
 CCE committee memberMs Siti Suhaila Md Deni 
 CCE committee member Ms Nurhayati Zakbah
 CCE committee member Mdm Emelia Md Salleh

Key CCE Programmes

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In our efforts to nurture students who are caring and gracious citizens, Character and Citizenship Education (CCE) in Yumin is delivered through a 3-Phase TRA approach; Teaching, Reinforcement and Application. This is in line with MOE’s CCE learning outcomes and 21st Century Competencies. The teaching of CCE is developmental and progressive, with structured programmes for each level. 
Co-curriculum Framework
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Phase 1 - Teaching & Learning
Teaching & Learning of CCE includes teaching of knowledge, skills, values and attitudes. These are to be taught explicitly in CCE lessons by Mother Tongue teachers, *Form Teacher Guidance Period (FTGP) and Values Education Programme (Assembly & Differentiated Class Values Talk)

*Social and emotional competencies (including Cyberwellness; and Education and Career Guidance) are explicitly taught during FTGP. In addition, Form Teachers bond with pupils through interaction activities within the period. Teachers also conduct Teacher-Pupil Conferencing (TPC) during this period to foster better relationship with their students through one-to-one interaction with pupils.


Phase 2 - Reinforcement 
The skills, knowledge & values taught in the teaching phase are reinforced through learning experiences provided at the school level:
Programme for Active Learning (PAL) - for Primary 1 & 2 pupils
Learning For Life Programme (LLP) & Applied Learning Programme (ALP) for P3 to P6.

Phase 3 - Application (VIA)
Students will put into practise what they have learnt through identified level VIA programmes. These identified learning experiences are aligned with the 8 learning outcomes of CCE. They are provided for the application of values, knowledge, skills and attitudes.

A. Values Education
Our Values Education programme is decentralized and run by the class Form Teachers. In the aspect of developing the child's character, Character and Citizenship Education (CCE) is aligned with the school’s focus of the four school values – Term 1: Respect, Term 2: Compassion, Term 3: Integrity, Term 4: Perseverance. This is to provide explicit teaching of values and developing of character and citizenship to prepare the child for future challenges. In an effort to recognize pupils who demonstrate these values, teachers will select pupils from each class as Values Champions

B. Form Teacher Guidance Programme (FTGP)
Social and emotional competencies (including Cyberwellness; and Education and Career Guidance) are explicitly taught during FTGP. In addition, Form Teachers bond with pupils through interaction activities within the period. Teachers also conduct Teacher-Pupil Conferencing (TPC) during this period to foster better relationship with their students through one-to-one interaction with pupils. 

C. Values in Action (VIA)
Values-in-Action (VIA) are learning experiences that support students’ development as socially responsible citizens who contribute meaningfully to the community, through the learning and application of values, knowledge and skills. VIA fosters student ownership over how they contribute to the community. As part of VIA, students reflect on their experience, the values they have put into practice, and how they can continue to contribute meaningfully. VIA is an important component of CCE.
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Level

Platforms

P1

P2

Class Duty

CCE Family Time

Primary School Immersion

P3

Learning For Life Programme (LLP)

Childcare

Reading Buddy to LSP students

P4

Learning For Life Programme (LLP)

Gratitude Project

P5

Learning For Life Programme (LLP)

Eldercare

P6

Community Service Projects

Performing Arts Groups + other CCA groups

Art Legacy + Elderly + PBL

 

Service to the community with special interest groups + PBL

Student Leaders

Service to Community Projects  + PBL

Whole School

Project Buddy Clean

Fundraising


Singapore Kindness Movement
The school has participated in the Singapore Kindness Movement’s Friend of Singa Project since 2014. 
The title of 2016 project is “Kindness @ Yumin. Pass it on!”
For this  project, the ambassadors would like to:
raise the awareness of the benefits of a having a respectful school
inspire schoolmates and staff to practise kindness and graciousness in school

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Singapore Kindness Movement (Achievements)
2014 – “Merit Award” Winner
2015 – “Most Interesting Initiatives and Challenges” Winner

D. NATIONAL EDUCATION
National Education is an important part of our holistic education. We aim to develop national cohesion, cultivate the instinct for survival as a nation and instil in our students, confidence in our nation's future. It also emphasises on cultivating a sense of belonging and emotional rootedness to Singapore.

The 6 NE messages are:

Singapore is our homeland; this is where we belong.
We treasure our heritage and take pride in shaping our own unique way of life.

We must preserve racial and religious harmony.
We value our diversity and are determined to stay a united people.

We must uphold meritocracy and incorruptibility.
We provide opportunities for all, according to their ability and effort.

No one owes Singapore a living.
We find our own way to survive and prosper, turning challenge into opportunity.

We must ourselves defend Singapore.
We are proud to defend Singapore ourselves, no one else is responsible for our security and well-being.

We have confidence in our future.
United, determined and well-prepared, we have what it takes to build a bright future for ourselves, and to progress together as one nation.