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Home > Experience@MTS > Character & Citizenship ed. (CCE) > National Education & Social Studies (NE/SS)

National Education & Social Studies (NE/SS)

Updated on 20 April 2017
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Vision   E.X.C.I.T.E.D (Excellence, Culturally Immersed, Teamwork, Deep Rootedness) 
Mission   Develop in every child a sense of belonging to Singapore through active participation, values inculcation and heritage and cultural immersion.
National EducationNational Education is part of a holistic education. It aims to develop national cohesion, cultivate the instinct for survival as a nation and instill in our students, confidence in our nation's future. It also emphasises on cultivating a sense of belonging and emotional rootedness to Singapore
Key Programmes
NE Commemorative Days
Total Defence Day (15 February) 
International Friendship Day (in April) 
Racial Harmony Day (21 July) 
National Day (9 August) 

NE Learning Journeys
Level           Places of Visit
Primary 1   Jacob Ballas Children's Garden
Primary 2   Singapore Philatelic Museum
Primary 3   Hort Park
Primary 4   Peranakan Museum
Primary 5   Little India and NE Show
Primary 6   Wan Qin Yuan (Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall) 

Other programmes
  • Assembly Programmes - Chinese New Yeaer, Deepavali and Hari Raya
  • NE Ambassadors

 Social Studies    In Mee Toh School, Social Studies is aimed at developing students to become global citizens, who understand their cultural roots as well as be able to participate in the changing and interdependent global community. It is necessary for students to develop respect for and positive attitudes towards their own and other people's culture. Mee Toh School wishes to develop a sense of responsibility in students towards the environment and a positive attitude towards life-long learning. 

There are different modes of assessment which include teacher-designed written tests, assignments, worksheets, exercises from the activity books, Show-and-Tell and project work will be carried out. 

Resources such as videos and authentic materials are used in classroom teachings so as to enable students to be actively engaged in the construction of knowledge and making connections to the learning content.