We are honoured to have Mdm President visiting our school on 20 April for our environment sustainability efforts. Click on the link to find out more of her visit to our school!
Guide to booking timeslots via Parent's Gateway (PG) for 2022 Mid-Year PCTC
Our school is featured in the Straits Times article "Going green: Environmental sustainability a big part of life in schools" and the Straits Times online news for our sustainability efforts.
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Our Environment Champions and their invention were featured on Channel 5 and Channel News Asia's How to Stop Waste programme on 19 and 21 February 2021 respectively. Click on the link to view it.
The Community in Nature (CIN) initiative is a national movement by NParks to conserve Singapore's natural heritage.
The President's Award for the Environment conferred is an affirmation of the efforts of the school community, stakeholders and partners, put together in over a decade.
Due to COVID-19 Safe Management Measures (SMM), this year, we will be celebrating our students' achievements online.
Uniquely Mee Toh
SENCE @ MTS (Sports Education Nurturing Character Excellence at Mee Toh School) aims to build knowledge, skills and a positive attitude for a lifetime of healthy living. Through their participation in purposefully-designed activities that are closely aligned with ActiveSG and NurtureSG, students develop healthy lifestyle habits. Other than providing our students with the platform to experience elements of Outdoor Education in a safe environment, we also hope to build their physical and mental strength through their active participation in the bouldering module.
Mee Toh School adapts a whole-school approach towards environmental sustainability through our Applied Learning Programme in Environment Education. Every Mee Tohian is equipped with the values, knowledge and skills to care for the environment as part of character building. Opportunities are crated to enable students to make meaningful connections of what they have learnt about environmental issues with daily experiences.
There is no present without the past. Our school history curriculum aims to help Mee Tohians develop a deeper appreciation of values through rich stories of our founder and the school’s progression over the years. It is a progressive curriculum that runs from Primary One to Primary Six. The curriculum is supported by two different storylines, which run in line with the text in our very own Heritage Centre.
Mee Toh School’s IPW-VIA uses the Design Thinking Framework to allow students to synthesise their knowledge learnt from various subjects and apply them to solve real-world problems. This multi-faceted learning approach supports the holistic development of Mee Tohians. Our school values of Service, Teamwork, Care and Resilience are emphasised, reminding students of their responsibilities to the school, the environment and the community they live in.
At Mee Toh School, our children’s voices are heard. Not only do we empower our students with 21st Century Competencies to ponder and articulate their recommendations and suggestions, we also give them a platform to let their voices be heard through many different platforms such as, “Mee Toh’s Got Talent”, “3-Tiered Leadership Model” and our very own newsletter written by students for students – “Voices of MTS”, to name a few.