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Student Management

UPDATED ON 25 APRIL 2018
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Vision   Developing self-disciplined, upright individuals striving unceasingly for the quest of knowledge
Mission   To mould Mee Tohians into respectable and responsible members of the society by providing them a happy, safe and caring environment conducive for learning.
Goals   Inculcating the school's core values through a variety of platforms and activities.
Key Programmes
Student Leadership
Leadership is a responsibility that all students in Mee Toh School are encouraged and supported to develop. Through the curriculum and extra curricula activities, all students are encouraged to develop the skills necessary to be a leader. This ensures that all students perceive themselves as leaders and have the opportunity and confidence to take on leadership roles. 

These roles are established to challenge students to develop a sense of vision and purpose as they take on responsibilities and use decision-making skills. They develop interpersonal and intrapersonal skills including communication, negotiation, team work and reflection, and skills of active, reflective listeners who respond effectively as they work with others to determine and achieve collective goals. 

Mee Toh School believes in empowering students and giving them a voice. Students are invited to participate actively in opportunities provided at a class-, CCA- or school- level. 

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Oratorical Workshop for P3 Prefects
Our P3 Prefects will undergo an Oratorical Workshop in a 1.5 days programme to hone their public speaking skills.They will also be equipped with skills needed in planning, executing and working in teams to deliver a presentation in a formal setting. The workshop also aims to develop the Prefects’ initiative, self-esteem and self-confidence. They are also assessed using the skills learnt to share about the key areas in the school with pride. These prefects may be selected as ambassadors to share with visitors and guests where appropriate.

Facilitation Workshop for P4 Prefects
Our P4 Prefects will undergo a Facilitation Workshop in a 1.5 days programme to inspire the Prefects to be service-minded student leaders who care and are empathetic towards others. They will be equipped with skills needed in leading and facilitating small group discussions and in working with others to determine and achieve collective goals.

Prefect Selection 
Students participate in a selection session where they go to different stations to be assessed on their conviction, initiative, ability to lead and team communication skills. The stations are manned and facilitated by P5 prefects. The teachers in-charge scaffold the process and guide the senior prefects on how to go about providing effective instructions.

Support For Special Needs (SSN) 
Mee Toh School aims to provide support for children with mild to moderate Special Needs, i.e. Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) and Dyslexia. There are many levels of support in Mee Toh School.  Read on, to learn more. 

The Teachers Trained in Special Needs (TSN) support students will mild special needs. They provide individual or small group support to students in their classes. They also share strategies and resources with other teachers and parents. They also assist with monitoring the progress of students with mild special needs. 

The Allied Educator Teaching & Learning Support (AED T&L), supports students with mild special needs. They provide specific and differentiated learning and remediation support for individual or small group support to students in their classes. They also work closely with the teachers, and Allied Educators for Learning & Behavioural Support to assist with monitoring the progress of students with mild special needs. 

The Allied Educator Learning & Behavioural Support (AED LBS), supports students with mild special needs. They provide in-class support to shadow students in their classes i.e. prompting to stay on task, helping the student to follow classroom routines, withdrawing the student for time out if he becomes disruptive or stressed during lessons and providing means to calm down, helping the student to understand lesson content using various means i.e. visual aides, helping to communicate the students needs to the teachers. They also provide individual or small group skills training/intervention like social skills, behavioural skills, and etc. They also work closely with the teachers and other school personal such as Allied Educators for Counseling, to support students with special needs.