WE SPARK CURIOSITY
AND IGNITE PASSION
Collaborate. Communicate. Create
At YI, we create a bespoke environment for our students involving Inquiry-based and Collaborative Learning for them to explore their passions and talents confidently, empowering them to be more than what they can imagine.Find out more
WE EMBRACE INNOVATION FOR AUTHENTIC LEARNING
Ideate. Innovate. Inspire
We nurture innovative Waymakers for the 21st century by involving Design Thinking and Creative Problem Solving in our curriculum to inculcate in our students the 16 Habits of Mind, preparing them for the future.Find out more
WE LEVERAGE TECHNOLOGY TO TRANSFORM LEARNING
Personalised. Connected. Immersive
YI uses the Personalised Digital Learning Programme to provide effective, personalised learning experience for every learner. With a wireless campus and tech savvy teachers, students enjoy collaborative, deep learning in an immersive environment.Find out more
WE NURTURE LEADERS FOR
Soar. Serve. Shine
A leader in every YI student. We nurture leaders FOR tomorrow who are change makers, who inspire social action and possess a global outlook and growth mindset.Our overseas and community action programmes broaden students’ global outlook and deepen students’ acquisition of 21CC to nurture them to be the LEADERS FOR TOMORROW.Find out more
Learner-Centred. Skilful. Caring
We host the Centre for Teaching and Learning Excellence in Singapore. Our teachers work collaboratively with education researchers and Master Teachers to create quality lessons that are impactful and fun. Our teachers lead, care and inspire, igniting the imagination of our learners!Find out more
SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS & EVENTS
October 12, 2020
As part of Values In Action Projects, our Secondary 3 students partnered 2 organisations, namely the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) and Serving People with Disabilities (SPD).
For the NKF, students created surveys to help collate data from teenagers on what would motivate teenagers to volunteer with NKF and also participate in NKF's 7-day No Sugary Drinks Challenge.
For the SPD, students examined issues faced by clients at the Sheltered Workshop and created prototypes to resolve the problems faced by them.
Thanks to technology, virtual calls with organisation representatives gave students the opportunity to learn more about the needs of the organisations as well as present their recommendations to the organisations.
Despite the current COVID situation and safety management measures in place, the school is grateful that our Yusoffians have grown in empathy and learnt much from their interactions with the community. They have also received many life skills and lessons from the people at NKF and SPD as they play their part to serve the community in different ways!
Please check out the photos here!
August 27, 2020
The Mother-Tongue Languages (MTL) Department conducted a series of vibrant and interactive activities from 24-26 August as part of MTL Fortnight 2020. These cultural activities allowed our Secondary Three students to actively learn and experience Mother Tongue as ‘a living language’. These activities included the making of bamboo slips, mask painting, batik painting & craft making, embossed painting, and playing traditional games. As a culmination of the MTL Fortnight cultural experiences, staff and students were treated to cultural food items such as mooncakes, Malay traditional kueh and murukku. To promote cross-cultural appreciation, the Secondary Three students also set up an exhibition to showcase their enriching and meaningful learning experiences with students of other levels.
Please check out the photos here!
June 19, 2020
In support of the #SYFStrongerTogether project, Yusoffians designed beautiful and meaningful positive messages to encourage everyone to stay strong and courageous during this period of time. Here are the 25 shortlisted pieces that will represent YISS for this project!
Please click here to view the the 25 shortlisted pieces!
August 21, 2019
Our Secondary 3 cohort took part in a 4D3N camp from 3 to 6 July this year.
Over the course of the camp, Yusoffians were presented with a myriad of outdoor activities which were greatly beneficial to them. These included low element activities which, through the process of working in their teams, enhanced the leadership skills of Yusoffians. Similarly, high element activities such as rock-climbing and abseiling as well as kayaking challenged Yusoffians to overcome their fears and step out of their comfort zone, and this process helped instill the values of confidence and resilience in them.