The ICT Club aims to keep students abreast with the latest knowledge on advanced technologies. Students are exposed to coding using the Scratch coding software at Primary 4, and programming drones through the Tynker application at Primary 5. This equips students with confidence and tenacity to face the rapidly changing technology environment.
Students also journey on Video Production modules. In their introduction level year, Primary 4 students undergo experiential learning, where they are introduced to a variety of technical skills and techniques in building a rich foundation. They explore these concepts through filming on the Apple iPad, and try their hand on the fundamentals of post-production in Windows Movie Maker. As they progress to the Intermediate module in Primary 5, students challenge limitations of what they have previously learnt. Students are encouraged to create works of their own visual styles, engaging the use of DSLR cameras and post production software Adobe Premiere Pro.
The many hands-on experiences aim to develop students’ ability to think creatively and logically. Members are stimulated to undergo thinking and learning processes in creating their own products.
- Mr Cyrus Poh*
- Mrs Chua Chiew Yin
- Miss Chan Bixuan
- Mr Ng Chan Siong
ICT Club members in action
Primary 4 - Programming using Scratch and the MBot
Synergizing in teams, students get busy assembling their MBot robots.
Students put their logical minds to the test in stringing together codes
to create games.
- Introduction to Video Production
Students experience developing storyboards, creating shot lists and directing.
The HEART values were lived during post production; especially those of
empathy and tenacity.
Primary 5 – Programming of drones using Tynker
Collaborative learning takes place as students design and write scripts
for the drones.
Students linking up their programme sequence to the drones
in excitement when they fly the drones.
Up, up and