The Singapore Green Plan 2030 is a nationwide sustainability movement which aims to rally coordinated efforts to tackle climate change. It is jointly led by the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of National Development, the Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment, the Ministry of Trade and Industry and the Ministry of Transport. There are 5 main pillars under the Green Plan which outline ambitious and concrete sustainability targets to be achieved by 2030. The SGA supports the Green Plan by encouraging participating schools to align their environmental projects with these pillars. Through this, youths can make positive contributions to the national agenda on sustainable development.
5 key pillars in the Singapore Green Plan
City in Nature – Biodiversity and Greenery
Sustainable Living – Saving Resources
The school's initiatives addressing various environmental aspects on campus were acknowledged and honored with the prestigious Vanda Miss Joaquim Award.
Recently, two groups of students participated in 2023 Reading Ambassadors programme (2023 年超级阅读明星比赛) organised by Committee to promote Chinese Language Learning (CPCLL) . The teams of students are required to read books, create their own script, and do a video recording of their script.
We are proud to share that the teams have won both first and second prizes!
First prize: 2 Diligence - Joan, Jie Qi, Cassandra & Wee Ch-yen
Second prize: 2 Resilience - Kaelyn, Zhao Han, Lewis, Yang Yi & Xuettong
Two groups of CL students attended an award ceremony at Xinmin Secondary School to celebrate their success in this year’s Create Your Own Newspaper Competition. They were awarded with the top prizes for both lower and upper secondary categories.
We are thrilled to announce that our talented students have emerged as the CHAMPIONS of the Science Buskers Festival!
The Science Department takes pride in our Talent Development Program. The programme identifies and nurtures young minds with a passion for science, providing them with advanced challenges, mentorship, and opportunities to participate in research projects while instilling the values found in scientists. Through this programme, we also aim to develop each Canberran’s communication skills through expressions of science in a creative manner.
Our Secondary 1 and 2 students recently participated in the latest Science Buskers Festival; an annual competition organised by the Science Centre Singapore. This year, the competition was held physically at the Science Centre Singapore with nearly 400 participating teams across Singapore schools including Tertiary Institutions. At the competition, the participants did a "show-and-tell" on any science topic in creative and engaging manners.
We are pleased to share that two teams from Canberra Secondary School emerged as finalists!
Hiremath Shambulinga Muhammad Zhorif Shiddiq Bin Muhammad Zaidi Song Zhi Yong, Aloysius
Khashifa Mu'azah Binte Mohamed Nurazimi Raja Kieran Phillipe Bin Rajah Kamarul Zaman
The finalists did their busking live to both judges and the general public, on 28 and 29 October 2023 (Saturday and Sunday), from 9 am to 5 pm, at Seng Kang Grand Mall; and we are delighted to share that the finals of the Science Buskers Festival Competition was a remarkable success. With 50 teams representing primary schools, secondary schools, and tertiary institutions from across Singapore, the event was a true celebration of scientific enthusiasm and creativity.
Both teams demonstrated exceptional dedication in their preparation, impressing both judges and the audience with their innovative and engaging performances. After two intense days of competition, our school's "Killipe" team emerged as CHAMPION in the secondary schools’ category.
The Science Buskers Competition serves as a crucial platform for igniting a passion for science and honing effective communication skills. We take pride in representing our school at this event, and we believe this accomplishment will inspire more students to engage in science-related activities and initiatives.
Two of our Secondary 1 student represented the school at the Bulky Waste to Wonder Competition 2023 award ceremony and exhibition held at the National Gallery of Singapore. Their designs have won the top awards based on creativity, functionality, and sustainability.
We are very delighted to share that one of our alumni, Muhammad Cairel Bin Razali from 5N2 (Class of 2015), graduated from ITE as one of the top graduates in 2023.
Cairel was conferred the Singapore Business Federation (SBF) Gold Medal at the ITE Graduation Ceremony 2023. The SBF Gold Medal is awarded to a top graduate of the Technical Engineering Diploma/Technical Diploma Programme for outstanding course performance. He was also Valedictorian of the Class of 2023.
Cairel will be pursuing a Master's in Culinary Leadership and Innovation at Institut Lyfe, in France.