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AISS’s EMP and MPC Students Featured in Singapore Rhapsodies at the National Gallery Singapore
AISS in the News!
- VI resource teacher Penny Chong said partially-sighted students could take part in PE with their classmates if they were confident enough, but this was not encouraged for those who were totally blind, as it was difficult for the teacher to keep an eye on the VI student in a class of 40.
- Student Dallon Au, who was partially-sighted with congenital cataract, shared that going for a run helped him solve a math question which he could not earlier.
- Student Neo Kar Wee, who was partially-sighted with glaucoma, was excited when the school hired the special coach. (read more...)
Channel NewsAsia featured national shooter Jasmine Ser and traced the history of the shooting sport at Ahmad Ibrahim Secondary School (AISS). Ser shared that AISS had a long track record of achievements, leading to an inevitable pressure on the student athletes to continue the school’s legacy.
Mr Charles Cheak, Subject head of CCA/AISS, said there was a talent identification programme for all Secondary 1 students and they go through suitability assessments, where they get to try out all sports in order to determine their suitability for each of them.
Mr Yao Zi Jian, Assistant Year Head of Secondary 2/AISS, added that there was a Shooting Appreciation Module during physical education lessons where students could learn more about, and thus gain a deeper appreciation of, the sport.
AI PAS Guide to Learning
In AISS, we believe that our students can grow in intelligence through effective effort. They are able to cultivate habits and routines to facilitate their learning. AI PAS guide to learning sets the learning protocol standards we expect of our students as AI students strive to be confident, self-directed learners with the right habits for learning.
About AISS Homework
AISS believes in the usefulness of homework. Homework refers to any learning activity that students are required by the school to complete outside of curriculum time. This includes assignments and projects but not revision of school work or studying for tests and examinations.
Homework provides parents / guardians with:
(a) timely information on the learning progress of their child; and
(b) opportunity to be involved in the child’s learning.
Homework, also can reinforce students’ learning, contribute to their progress and cultivate a healthy disposition towards learning.