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Straits Times Article on JWSS as choice school for student with PSLE aggregate of 253

Straits Times Article on JWSS as choice school for student with PSLE aggregate of 253


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Jurong West Secondary School was featured as a choice school on The Straits Times on 21 November 2016.  

 In the article, it was cited that JWSS “stood out for its programmes, including a work attachment scheme (SWAP) and an applied learning programme (ALP)”.  

SWAP is one of the distinctive programmes that attracted students like Nasuha whose PSLE T-score was 253. SWAP is a one of a kind programme which allows students to be attached to different reputable companies such as Singapore Press Holdings (SPH), Singapore Science Centre, Singapore Mass Rapid Transit (SMRT) and so on, during their June and December Holidays.  

ALP @ JWSS is one of the distinctive programmes that focuses on Harnessing Technology, Communication and the Visual Arts in Authentic Context. ALP @ JWSS allows students to advocate ideas and present innovative ICT-based solutions to real social issues, integrating knowledge and skills of the InfoComm Technology (ICT), English Language and Art curricula at the application level. Harnessing technology, students embark on projects that require the application of critical and creative thinking skills as they connect knowledge across subject disciplines, stretch their imagination and apply knowledge to real-world problems.

To read more about JWSS SWAP, please click here:
(link: https://jurongwestsec.moe.edu.sg/distinctive-at-jwss/student-work-attachment-programme)

To read more about ALP @ JWSS, please click here:
 (link: https://jurongwestsec.moe.edu.sg/distinctive-at-jwss/alp-at-jwss)

 To read more about the Distinctive Programmes in JWSS, please click here:
 (link: https://jurongwestsec.moe.edu.sg/distinctive-at-jwss/distinctive-programmes-at-jwss)