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Achievements in 2018

JWSS Long Service Award 2018
10th ASEAN School Games 2018 Head Coach, Basketball Boys Team
ASG.jpgThe school congratulates Mr Joe So (left) for his fifteen years of passion towards education, unwavering dedication, service and being an upstanding member of the teaching fraternity. 

The school also wants to congratulate Mr So on being appointed the head coach of the basketball boys team for the 10th ASEAN School Games 2018. This is the third consecutive year that Mr So is appointed as the head coach for the basketball boys team. He was also appointed as head coach previously in 2010 and 2011. 
  
MOE Service Excellence Award (Gold)
DR NANDAKUMAR.pngThe school congratulates Dr Nandakumar Mayakestan (left) for achieving the coveted Ministry of Education (MOE) Service Excellence Award (Gold). 
  
Honorary Volunteer Special Constabulary (Hon VSC)
The school congratulates Mr Kelvin Law (HOD Craft and Technology/ Discipline) for successfully completing the course and being appointed Honorary Volunteer Special Constabulary) for the school, on 11 June 2018.
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Public Service STAR Tournament – representative (Sepak Takraw)
startournament2018.jpg The Singapore-Malaysia MOE Games was started in the 1970s and has been hosted yearly on an alternate basis between Singapore and Malaysia. The event has encouraged our Singapore MOE officers and teachers to interact with each other, as well as with their Malaysian counterparts.

This year, the MESRCMESCA MOE Games was held from the 4th to the 6th May (Friday to Sunday) in Sarawak, Malaysia, and Mr Zaidy (left) was selected as one of the representatives.

Other than that, Mr Zaidy(left) and Mr Azri (right) have also represented MOE in the Public Service STAR Sepak Takraw games on the 21st and 28th of January this year. 
The objectives of the STAR (Star Team-up for Active sports and Recreation’) games are to promote a healthy lifestyle in the public service and to foster camaraderie amongst public officers.

Achievements in 2017

JWSS Caring Teacher Award 2017
The JWSS Caring Teacher Award is aimed at acknowledging and recognizing teachers in our school who shows care and concern for the holistic development of their students and go the extra mile to ensure their charges grow up to be confident and independent learners. These teachers, who have been nominated by their students, have shown themselves to be caring teachers, enthusiastic in teaching and learning in their subject areas, and more than often, been an inspiration to the students.
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JWSS Staff Excellence Award 2017
Vani.jpg The JWSS Service Excellence Award is aimed at acknowledging and rewarding the executive and administrative staff in our school who are committed service excellence. These staff, nominated by the students have gone the extra mile to show care and concern for the students.

The award was presented to Ms 
Tamilvani Rachandran (featured on the left), who had exemplified C.A.R.E. (Courtesy, Accessibility, Responsiveness and Effectiveness) in service delivery to staff, students and other stakeholders.
   
The MOE Service Excellence Award (MSEA) 2017
The MOE Service Excellence Award (MSEA) 2016 and 2017.jpg The MOE Service Excellence Award (MSEA) is a MOE-wide Award to encourage MOE staff to continually deliver service excellence by handling internal and external customers with C.A.R.E (Courtesy, Accessibility, Responsiveness and Effectiveness)  and to inspire fellow colleagues to do likewise. 
The award serves to 
  • recognise and showcase the MOE Service Excellence Award (MSEA) winners for being service role models in their respective work environment 
  • motivate fellow colleagues in schools and divisions to pursue the highest levels of service excellence in carrying out their duties, and to remind all staff to serve customers with C.A.R.E. 
  • promote pride and instil the belief that every MOE officer can make a difference in delivering excellent service 
Our heartiest congratulations to Mdm Bibi Amnah d/o Haider Shah (featured on the left) for winning the award!
   
Outstanding Contribution Award 2017
Congratulations to the following staff who had won the Outstanding Contribution Award (OCA), which recognises significant contributions made by individual staff and teams in schools. Their contributions could include any one or more of the following areas:
  • Creativity and innovative ideas that have been implemented
  • Cost savings for the school
  • Development of staff
  • Impact on students, school, staff and other stakeholders.
OCA Individual Category Recipients
Outstanding Contribution Award 2017 Indv 2.jpg Outstanding Contribution Award 2017 Indv 1.jpg Outstanding Contribution Award 2017 Indv 3.jpg
Ms Orry Chang Ms Vikneswari Ms Wang Cuiyin


Achievements in 2016

JWSS Caring Teacher Award 2016
The JWSS Caring Teacher Award is aimed at acknowledging and recognizing teachers in our school who shows care and concern for the holistic development of their students and go the extra mile to ensure their charges grow up to be confident and independent learners. These teachers, who have been nominated by their students, have shown themselves to be caring teachers, enthusiastic in teaching and learning in their subject areas, and more than often, been an inspiration to the students.
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JWSS Staff Excellence Award 2016
bibi.jpg The JWSS Service Excellence Award is aimed at acknowledging and rewarding the executive and administrative staff in our school who are committed service excellence. These staff, nominated by the students have gone the extra mile to show care and concern for the students. 

The award was presented to Mdm Bibi Amnah d/o Haider Shah (featured on the left), who had exemplified C.A.R.E. (Courtesy, Accessibility, Responsiveness and Effectiveness) in service delivery to staff, students and other stakeholders.
   
The MOE Service Excellence Award (MSEA) 2016

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 The MOE Service Excellence Award (MSEA) is a MOE-wide Award to encourage MOE staff to continually deliver service excellence by handling internal and external customers with C.A.R.E (Courtesy, Accessibility, Responsiveness and Effectiveness)  and to inspire fellow colleagues to do likewise. 
The award serves to 
  • recognise and showcase the MOE Service Excellence Award (MSEA) winners for being service role models in their respective work environment 
  • motivate fellow colleagues in schools and divisions to pursue the highest levels of service excellence in carrying out their duties, and to remind all staff to serve customers with C.A.R.E. 
  • promote pride and instil the belief that every MOE officer can make a difference in delivering excellent service 
Our heartiest congratulations to Mdm Bibi Amnah d/o Haider Shah (featured on the left) for winning the award!
   
Outstanding Contribution Award 2016
Congratulations to the following staff who had won the Outstanding Contribution Award (OCA), which recognises significant contributions made by individual staff and teams in schools. Their contributions could include any one or more of the following areas:
  • Creativity and innovative ideas that have been implemented
  • Cost savings for the school
  • Development of staff
  • Impact on students, school, staff and other stakeholders.
OCA Team Awardees 1
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(From Left) Ms Oh Peck Lin, Mr R Murthy, Ms Cindy Chua, Mr Michael (Principal), Ms Felicia Teo, Mr Chng Tsu Pang, Mr Sia Chee Hoong, Ms Jenny Chee, Ms Goh Han Yu, Mr Sam Lim (Absent with apologies) Mr Yip Kwan Guan, Mr Wee Keng Yong
OCA Team Awardees 2
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(From Left) Ms Amanda Lee , Ms Abdul Aziz, Ms Orry Zhang, Mr Michael (Principal), Mr Mark Chee Kong, Ms Veronica Chua, Mr Isaac Tan, Ms The Jia-ling, Ms Wang Cuiyin, Ms Oh Bee Yan (Absent with apologies) Julya Chan Beh Yong Hua
   
The LEAP Award - Certificate of Commendation
LEAP Award.jpg The LEAP Award (Listening Educator for Advancement and Progress Award) was launched by the late former President S R Nathan in 2011 and awarded by the Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan (SHHK) to recognise exceptional teachers who have made a positive impact in nurturing their students from the heart.   


Congratulations to Mr Ng Boon Yong (featured on the left)on his nomination and for receiving the commendation certificate.

   
5th International Conference on Teaching and Learning with Technology (iCTLT) 2016
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With the theme, “Future Ready: Inspire, Connect and Transform”, Ms Carissa Chui and Mr Fauzul were involved in the Meet-the-Practitioners (MTP) during the iCTLT 2016, where teachers as reflective practitioners underwent the different stages of design to achieve meaningful ICT learning experiences and other delegates interacted with them to understand their roles as practitioners in designing, enacting and evaluating learning experiences in a digital learning environment.

In the photo above, Ms Carissa Chui and Mr Fauzul are shown receiving the certificate from Dr Victor Lim, Deputy Director, Technologies for Learning/Lead Specialist (ETD, MOE) and Ms Serene Tan.
   
8th ASEAN School Games (ASG) Coach for Basketball (Boys) Team
ASG.jpg The 2016 ASEAN School Games (ASG), officially known as the 8th ASEAN School Games was hosted by Thailand from July 21–29, 2016, and saw the participation from student-athletes under the age of eighteen.

The ASEAN Schools Games (ASG) is an annual sporting event which aims to enhance friendship among students around the Southeast Asian region. It also seeks to promote ASEAN solidarity among the youth through school sports and provide opportunities for school athletes to engage in cultural exchange.

Mr Joe So (left) was the Basketball Coach of the Singapore School Sports Team at the 8th ASEAN Schools Games (ASG). As the coach, he played a key role in the selection and training of the Basketball Boys team. He also volunteered to coach the Girls team during the ASG competition season. Kudos to Mr So for being such as inspiration to the players!
   
ICT Connection Sharing
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Designing Learning with ICT is a repository for ICT teaching and learning resources contributed by teachers that demonstrate how ICT is used productively for quality learning in support of the total curriculum.

Both Ms Jenny Chee and Mr Isaac Tan shared their History ICT lesson and its relevant resources on Impact of Hitler up on the OPAL, the one-stop learning and content management system for all staff of the Ministry of Education (MOE). 

   
MOE Ideas Bank – Cluster Best Suggestion
MOE Ideas Bank – Cluster Best Suggestion.jpg The MOE Ideas Bank is a platform for MOE Staff to share and recognise innovative ideas. JWSS promotes this by dedicating a session of the Professional Learning Community at the end of each term to allow staff to contribute their ideas through the MOE Ideas Bank. This helps to promote ground-up initiative and encourage innovations led by staff for school improvement. 

Congratulations to Ms Amanda Lee (left) for clinching the W3 Cluster Best Suggestion for the month of April 2016. 
   
AED (T&L) NLC and AED Symposium 2016 – Presenter and Facilitator 
AED Symposium.jpg Mr Indra (left) presented in the AED (T&L) Networked Learning Community (NLC) from March 2016 to August 2016. He had facilitated the concurrent session on “Use of Synectics to Facilitate Creative Thinking in Art” and contributed to the professional capital of the AED colleagues who attended the AED Symposium on 23 August 2016. The participants of the AED Symposium had found the sharing of effective practices, resources, collegial and collaborative discussions meaningful.
   
Annual Singapore-Malaysia MOE Games 2016 &
Public Service STAR Tournament – representative (Sepak Takraw)

Public Service STAR Tournament.jpg The Singapore-Malaysia MOE Games was started in the 1970s and has been hosted yearly on an alternate basis between Singapore and Malaysia.  The event has encouraged our Singapore MOE officers and teachers to interact with each other, as well as with their Malaysian counterparts. 

This year, the MESRC – MESCA MOE Games was held from 22 to 24 April (Fri to Sun) in Malaysia, Malacca and Mr Zaidy (left) had been selected as one of the representatives. Other than that, Mr Zaidy has also represented MOE in the Public Service STAR Sepak Takraw games this year.