JWSS Student Ambassadors
In JWSS, the Student Ambassadors, in their leadership roles, act as active leaders who advocate for social and environmental issues. The Student Ambassadors seek to raise awareness of important issues concerning the community and the environment. In doing so, the Student Ambassadors also hope to provide more platforms and influence members of the school to join them in their endeavours.
Our Approach - Experiential Learning
As a future-oriented and forward looking school, experiential learning approach is adopted in the design of Student Ambassadors programmes. This approach enables Student Ambassadors to acquire the competencies they need for real-world success.
Achievements and Recognition
- Destination Imagination Tournament
- Blood Donation Drive
- National Cyber Wellness Advocacy Challenge
- Friends of Singa, Kindness Movement
- National Upcycling Movement
- SBS Bus Captain Appreciation & Kindness Promotion
- Assembly Sharings in School
during JWSS Student Leaders Investiture 2018
On 12 August 2017, the student ambassadors organised a blood donation drive at Bloodbank@Westgate from 10 am to 5 pm. This event was supported by Singapore Red Cross Society. This year, the ambassadors were joined by some of their non-ambassador friends to recruit blood donors and it really provided a meaningful platform for students to learn more about advocating for a cause.
The event was carried out across two sessions in order for students to learn from the planning to execution phase. For the first session, Mr Terrance Tan from the Red Cross Society gave a comprehensive talk and provided more in-depth details about the blood donation process, which enabled students to have a greater understanding of the issue. The students then had to prepare their own publicity materials for outreach on the actual day.
The second session was the actual blood donation drive and our students had to reach out to the public to recruit blood donors. Our students were divided into three different shifts for the drive and some even had to put on the mascot during the event. Throughout the event, the students had to step up and be confident to engage the community. Despite the rain, there were a total of 108 registered donors on that day. It was definitely an enriching and eye-opening experience for our students.
|Blood Buddy, our mascot, is the centre of attraction wherever he moves||Our mascot doing a great job to attract a crowd||Pre-Drive Preparation - engaging the students during the blood donation talk by Mr Terrance Tan on the importance of blood donation|
|Ryan, one of the non-ambassadors joining us for this cause! Kudos to Ryan for stepping up||Student Ambassadors engaging the public|
|Shift 1 Group photo||Shift 2 Group photo||Shift 3 Group photo|