St. Andrew's Junior School

St. Andrew's Junior School

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  • About St. Andrew's Junior School

    Primary School
    Boys' School
    Government-Aided School
    Single Session

  • Mother Tongues


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  • School Vision

    Home of Servant Leaders who bring Life to the Nations

  • School Mission

    Making lives, Waking heartsTo serve the coming daysFamily, Society, EternityIn order to make lives and wake hearts, our school has remained steadfast in keeping the fame burning bright to provide a holistic education anchored on character and citizenship education. It is our desire for all boys who enter our gates to understand the purpose of lives on earth and wake their hearts so that they can have the desire to undertake mighty endeavours in service to others in the community

  • School Philosophy, Culture and Ethos

    St. Andrew's Village which consists of the SAJS, SASS and SAJC pride ourselves as one family where students have the opportunity to have twelve years of education in servant leadership. We believe that all who enters the gate can be educated to become servant leaders who brings life to the nation through developing our students to be holistic thinkers, skilled communicators and community builders with exemplary character demonstrating TRUE (Thanksgiving, Resilience, Unity, Empathy) and WISE (Wonder, Integrity, Self-Discipline, Excellence)character values.

    A holistic thinker applies analytical, reflective and creative thinking skills to his learning. An analytical thinker is able to reason logically and explain the decisions made based on evidence. A reflective thinker is able to recount past experiences and link them to current situations to grow and make improvements in his learning. Creative thinking will help students to brainstorm and generate new ideas to respond appropriately to a given issue or challenge.

    A skilled communicator listens attentively to others, expresses himself well and is media smart. He should be able to ask appropriate questions, to clarify or challenge others' ideas and points of view. He also demonstrates good posture and body language. By learning how to express himself, the skilled communicator shares his thoughts and feelings with clarity and confidence. He is able to engage others with mutual respect.

    A community builder works effectively in teams. He is about to collaborate in a respectful manner and encourages others to contribute ideas to the team.

    By actively participating in school and community activities, the community builder is able to demonstrate awareness and appreciation of people from different socio-cultural and religious backgrounds in the community. He contributes positively to others and the environment by demonstrating mutual respect and acceptable behaviour that promotes social cohesion

What are the distinctive programmes?

  • A Saint who Thinks Holistically

    Applied Learning Programme (ALP) / Interdisciplinary

  • Sports for Life – Spectator, Supporter and Sportsman

    Learning for Life Programme (LLP) / Sports and outdoor education

What are the subjects?

Civics & Moral Education
English Language
Foundation English
Foundation Mathematics
Health Education
Higher Chinese
Higher Malay
Higher Tamil
Physical Education
Social Studies

What are the co-curricular activities (CCAs)?

Physical Sports





Clubs and Societies

Chess Club

Sports Club

Uniformed Groups

Boys' Brigade


Visual and Performing Arts



What are the specialised facilities and resources?

  • Allied educators (Learning and behavioural support)