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ICT & MRL
To cater to our pupils’ learning needs, the department aims to not only provide rich digital and print resources, but also equip them with skills to harness the affordances of technology, and cultivate healthy cyber wellness habits.
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Pupils learn to be responsible digital natives through assembly talks and Form Teacher Guidance Programme lessons. On Safer Internet Day, hands-on activities give pupils the opportunity to apply and reflect on what they have learnt. Student cyber wellness ambassadors lead the way to inculcate cyber wellness habits among their peers.
On E-Learning Day, pupils do not attend school. Learning continues to take place though, as the pupils complete digital tasks given by teachers, creating the platform for the pupils to practise self-directed learning and collaborative learning.