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JWSS Class Committee

Organisational Structure

A typical Class Executive Committee would be as such:


Selection Process

Aspiring Student Leaders need to possess the following qualities:
Ability to work well with classmates and teachers to improve class spirit 
Ability to take initiative to communicate well with classmates and teachers to help resolve conflict in class
Ability to think critically to solve problems faced in class with classmates and teachers
Ability to express their ideas clearly
Ability to model good values and conduct to their classmates 

The teachers will select at least 5 students who fit the above criteria for their classmates to vote. The candidate with the highest vote will be the Chairperson while the candidate with the next highest vote will be the Vice Chairperson.

The remaining 3 students would take on either the role of Administrative Head, Environmental Head or Welfare Head.


18 and 19 March: Youth Leaders Camp @ NP

This year, our Class Committee Leaders had an opportunity to attend the 2-day Youth Leaders Camp organised by Ngee Ann Polytechnic from 14 to 15 March 2018. This leadership camp provided a platform for our students to collaborate with others while developing their own leadership skills.

The activities offered allowed our Class Committee leaders to discover more about their own leadership profiles, learn how to effectively organise an event such as a VIA project, and be trained in conflict resolution. Our students enjoyed themselves as they managed to foster new friendships in and out of school during the camp.


Students were treated to a series of engaging talks put up by Ngee Ann Polytechnic.

Students were given the chance to interact with student leaders from other schools.

Students were led to reflect upon their own leadership styles using the Leadership Challenge Model.

27 August 2019: Class Committee Workshop

Some of the Secondary 3 members who had gone for the Youth Leaders Camp were able to put what they had learnt about organising events into practice when they were tasked to organise a workshop for their fellow class committee members. 

These members facilitated groups of Class Committee members to play bonding games, learn about the Conflict Resolution framework and practice using the framework through case studies. The workshop ended with surprise affirmation messages from their Form Teachers and it was, all in all, an enjoyable and meaningful one.

Two of our student organisers debriefing the Class Committee members on a bonding game they just played

Class Committee members had the chance to discuss solutions to different case studies and present their answers to their peers.

Class Committee members writing encouraging notes for the friends from other classes and levels they have gotten to know through the workshop.

Committee members were surprised with affirmation notes from their form teachers at the end of the session.