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ICT Curriculum

The ICT Baseline Standards form the basis of the ICT curriculum. Students will acquire skills such as basic typing skills and will also learn how to use Microsoft Office software such as Word, Powerpoint and Excel. 

To enrich students' learning experiences in the classrooms, teachers tapped on the affordances of ICT tools. The school adopts the active learning process and plans ICT-infused lessons across the curriculum. Through the active learning process, the school aims to equip student with the skills and dispositions to be self-directed and collaborative learners.

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In addition, students have access to online learning resources and portals aligned to the curriculum of the various academic subjects. 
Online books and quizzes are also made available to our students under the English Department’s 
Literacy Programme.

For Northoaks students:·


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Students learning through the various learning experiences.

Cyber Wellness

The school aims to help students to become responsible digital users. It involves an understanding of online behaviour and awareness of how to protect oneself in cyberspace. Our school leader emphasises these through her communications with the students. During assembly talks, teachers also stress important Cyber Wellness messages. The students discussed on Cyber Wellness issues during their lessons and key Cyber Wellness messages are highlighted termly 
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Engaging students on Cyber Wellness.