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AI Students performed during Singapore Youth Festival

This July, our AI students represented the school at the Singapore Youth Festival Celebrations around the nation. Themed YOUTHforia!, this year’s SYF Celebrations seeks to encourage the youth to act on their inspirations and dreams to achieve their ideals and a promising future. 

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Sarefina Sindhu Victor performed her original composition at the Esplanade Library on 2 July. Her song, titled "Waste", was also recorded and available for public access at the listening booths in the Esplanade Library. The backing track for her song was composed using GarageBand, which Sarefina learnt to use during her General Music lessons.








Nur Amirah Bte Rohaizad, Izzarilhan B Selamat, Sarefina Sindhu Victor, Kalaivani D/O Regupathy, and Natasha Eliza Tan Hui Ling performed their arrangement of “Happy” (William Pharrell) at Causeway Point on 9 July. These Secondary 1 – 3 AI students met through the Youth Arts Incubation Programme (supported by the Business Times Budding Artists Fund), having been talent-identified through their General Music Programme in school.



We’re very proud of these musically talented students, and look forward to hearing more from them in the future!

Congratulations to Tiffany Ang Li Shan

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Aiss in the News!


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  1. English news in Channel News Asia on 6 Jun 2016 (Video clip)





Report featured Ahmad Ibrahim Secondary School (AISS), which had been taking in visually impaired (VI) students since the 1960s. Following feedback from its VI students, the school hired a special coach in August 2014, to train them in PE. Report carried the following comments from AISS staff and students:

  • 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...)

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AI PAS Guide to Learning

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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.

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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.   

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