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CCE Curriculum

In GESPS, we are guided by three principles when inculcating values and building competencies in our students. There are

1) Every Teacher A CCE Teacher

  • Every teacher, a role model who upholds sound values
  • Every teacher, a supportive adult who instills values in our students
  • Every teacher, a trusted educator who builds strong teacher-student relationships

2) Engaging students through the Head, Hands, Heart approach

  • We want to touch the HEARTS of students through equipping them with HEAD knowledge and providing them with opportunities to use their ‘HANDS’ to demonstrate social-emotional competencies and internalize values

    3) Parents, as partners in education

    • Parents play a vital role in the education of their children
    • Children learn best when there is home-school partnership


      The Spiraling Curriculum

      Based on Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Systems Theory, the CCE lessons and activities spiral outwards through the gradual enlargement of the environment which a student interacts in during his 6 years in the school.

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      Our Programmes & Activities

      We have designed programmes and activities for all levels. Some of the activities include Values-in-Action and career guidance activities as well as learning journeys and assembly talks.

      Termly character trait recess activities
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      VIA activities for all levels
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      NE Learning Journeys
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      Career Guidance Activities
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      Cyberwellness Week 2019
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      To better inculcate 21st century learners with the right values on and offline, the school put together a cyberwellness program that advocates students to exhibit positive behavior when using ICT. Students are taught and reminded of the cyberwellness messages during ICT programmes and lessons.