Red Swastika School
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- School Vision
Caring Community, Innovative Leaders.
- School Mission
To nurture joyful learners with exemplary character through a caring culture.
- School Philosophy, Culture and Ethos
Red Swastika School was founded by the World Red Swastika Society (Singapore Administration Centre) as an extension of its charitable mandate and to transform people through education. Since its founding in 1951, the school continues to focus on the development of her people as well as give back to society through service learning.
For every child who enters the school, the school has a vision for them to become a member of a caring community and be an innovative leader - defined as doing things differently to make life better for others.
The school believes that every student is important, and endeavours to keep the students at the centre of what she does. She believes that every student can learn and there is a commitment to help the students discover the joy of learning at every opportunity. The school recognises that every student can be a leader and therefore leverages school values to develop positive character traits and leadership capabilities in the students.
The school anchors her character development efforts on the school values and school motto of 'Graciousness, Magnanimity, Trustworthiness and Diligence', leveraging the Three Littles of Little Friend, Little Master and Little Teacher.
The school has a special identity as a Special Assistance Plan school where she seeks to develop students who are effectively bilingual with a deep understanding of bi-culturalism.
The school also has two signature programmes - Every Student a Leader (Learning for Life Programme) and Tinker to Thinker (Applied Learning Programme.
The various milestones the school has achieved is an affirmation of the collaborative effort of the staff and stakeholders.
What are the distinctive programmes?
- Every RSS Student A Leader
Learning for Life Programme (LLP) / Community service and student leadership
- Tinkers to Thinkers (T2T) Programme
Applied Learning Programme (ALP) / Science
What are the subjects?
What are the co-curricular activities (CCAs)?
Visual and Performing Arts
Art and Craft Club
Dance - Chinese
Dance - International
Ensemble - Guzheng
Orchestra - Chinese
Clubs and Societies
What are the specialised facilities and resources?
- Allied educators (Learning and behavioural support)