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School History Curriculum

UPDATED ON 19 OCTOBER 2020

Vision
Student-centric, Values-driven Education
Mission
Provide continuity for the school community by connecting the past to the present and to foster a stronger sense of belonging to the school

School Heritage Centre
Set up in 2014 to support the school history curriculum, it houses school artefacts, interactive ICT tools and signboards and furniture made from recycled logs.

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The Curriculum
It aims to help Mee Tohians develop a deeper appreciation of values through stories of the founder and the school. It is a progressive curriculum and runs from Primary One to Primary Six. The curriculum is supported by two different storylines, which run in line with the text in the Heritage Centre.

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School Heritage Ambassadors
Selected students are trained as ambassadors to be docents for visitors at the Heritage Centre. Training by the teachers in the School History committee starts at Primary 4. At Primary 5, the students assume senior roles and they help to guide their juniors.

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