TK Curriculum

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THE POWER OF WE ~
PRESENTATION ON PARTNERSHIPS IN TK
Thursday 12 July 2012
School Vision
Excellence Abounds,
Aspirations Nurtured
To be a leader in providing value-adding,
all-round and global-oriented education
Purpose
School Mission
To nurture our students
to their fullest potential,
developing in them sound
values and leadership skills,
in an environment that
encourages creativity and
dynamism
School Values
We believe in our Ability to Succeed.
We embrace Ingenuity in the pursuit of
Creativity and innovation.
We value Integrity as it guides our every action.
We inculcate Loyalty to our school and nation.
We cherish Charity as it is a noble act to serve
the community.
The TK Graduate
The TK Graduate is self-motivated and independent
in learning. He develops passion for all that he
undertakes. He is confident, resilient and flexible in
a constantly changing global environment, yet
possesses sound values and remains rooted and
loyal to the school and nation.
Sine qua non of
TK
Vision
“The Power of We:
Nurturing Aspirations through
Partnerships”
To harness the resources of our partners to work strategically
and synergistically with the school, towards nurturing the
potential and aspirations of each TKsian.
Partnership Impact Outcomes
• Student Development & Well-being
• Partner Satisfaction
• Partnership Development
School Strategic Thrusts
ST 1
Academic Innovation
& Excellence
ST 4
Staff Resource
Management &
Development
ST 2
CCA Excellence &
Holistic Health
ST 3
Character & Student
Leadership
Development
ST 5
Stakeholders as
Strategic Partners
ST 6
Administrative &
Operational Management
Excellence
Vision: Excellence Abounds, Aspirations Nurtured
To be a Leader in providing Value-adding, All-round and Global-oriented
Education
Mission : Your Potential, Our Purpose- To develop our students to their fullest potential, developing in them
sound values and leadership skills, in an environment that encourages creativity and dynamism
School Values
•We believe in our Ability to Succeed
•We embrace Ingenuity in the pursuit of creativity and innovation
•We value Integrity as it guides our every action
•We inculcate Loyalty to our school and nation
•We cherish Charity as it is a noble act to serve the community
ST 1
Academic Innovation
& Excellence
ST 4
Staff Resource
Management &
Development
ST 2
CCA Excellence &
Holistic Health
ST 3
Character & Student
Leadership
Development
ST 5
Stakeholders as
Strategic Partners
ST 6
Administrative &
Operational Management
Excellence
School Structure for Partnership
P/VPs
SH/Partnerships
Partnerships
Committee
HODs, SHs, LHs
AP
CCP
CLT
Academic
Programme
Co-Curricular
Programme
Character,
Leadership &
Talent Programme
Project Work &
Student Research
Committee
COE Design
Education
Character
Development
Committee
CCAs
CHERISH
Committee
Resource
Management
Finance, Physical,
Human Resources
School Upgrading
NE Committee
Pupil Well-being
Committee
Pupil Management
Committee
Post Exams
Committee
Fund-raising
Staff Well-being
Collaborative Climate
• Inclusive-Responsive-Vibrant
– Rich Networks & Close Alignment
– School- and Stakeholder-initiated
organising, renewal and growth
– Innovative ideas and implementation
School
Advisory
Committee
Partnership Guiding Principles
• Support school vision, mission
and values
Parents
• Support national policies and
education initiatives
• Results in quality learning
experiences for students
• Value the diversity of individual
members, and recognising unique
skills, and capabilities
Guiding Principles shape Collaborative Climate
Alumni
TK
Institutes
of Higher
Learning
Cluster &
Other
Schools
Communit
y&
Industry
Partners
Partnership Growth
Partners
Forging & Growth of Partnership
SAC
• SAC Succession Planning (2004-2005: 3 new members, 2006-2007: 2 new members,
2009-2010: 2 new members)
• Honorary Members as mentors to new members
Alumni
• School facilitates alumni-initiated awards (e.g. Irene Joseph Award)
• Alumnus resource person in NE Comm (2009),
• NE Talk Series (2007), Homecoming Series (2007), 21st Birthday Bash (2008)
Parents
• Parents Class Representative System
• PSG resource person in NE and CHERISH Comm (since 2007)
• School facilitates PSG-initiated award (e.g. 2005: Character Award, 2007:
ACTIVE Award), GOH at school events (2006)
• PSG Associate Scheme
• PSG Handbook in 2006 (revised in 2007)
• CCA Parents Network – Pilot with Band, Choir and Scouts
IHLs
Schools
Community
Partners
SMU, Temasek Poly, Nanyang Poly (Establishment of CSIT Scholarships in 2009),
Singapore Poly, Ngee Ann Poly, Research Institutes
Cluster Schools, EZ schools and beyond, Twinning Partners (2006: 2 schs, 2009: 10
schs, Foreign System Schools (2010: 4)
St Hilda’s Community Services, TOUCH Youth Services, South East CDC, Mountbatten
CCC, CDAC, Care Corner Orphanage Foundation, SingHealth Polyclinics (Geylang)
Purposeful Collaboration
• Partnership Processes
– Grounded on Theoretical Underpinnings
– Aligned to School VMV & Strategic Thrusts
• The TK Graduate
“Students at the Heart of Our Efforts”
• TK Curriculum
• Regular & Multi-tiered Reviews
• Transactional vs Relational
• From Hierarchy to Networks
• From Authority to Influence
• Meaningful Involvement
• Mutual Respect and
Mutual Responsibility
TK Curriculum
CCAs
Physical &
Healthy Lifestyle
Events
CoCurricular
Programme
(CCP)
After-school Care
Sec 4 Self-Study
PW & Student Research
Learning Journeys & Field Trips
Character,
Leadership Talent
Development
Programme (CLT)
Develop a Global [email protected]
Choices
Citizenry-in-Action
RH Day Celebrations
S-L Projects & CIP
Stakeholder-initiated Awards
Affirmation of TK’s Strong
Partnerships
• AS External Validation 2009 – Criterion 4.6
– High Band 3
• CHERISH Platinum Award 2010
– 2006 to 2007 (Gold)
– 2008 to 2009 (Gold)
– 2010 to 2011 (Platinum)
• NE Validation 2008 (DA) and 2010 (ODA;
LKY NE)
Evaluation & Review
• Programme/Event Review
• System Review
• Mid-Yr/End-of-Yr Review
– TK Bridging Gaps Document
• Benchmarking
Sustainability
• Support School’s Strategic Thrusts
• Benchmarking
• Learning from IHLs
– NTU Alumni Homecoming
• PSG Associate Scheme & SAC Honorary
Membership
• Story-Telling
Outcomes
Student Development & Well-being
KPIs/PIs
• % of students given at least 1 overseas
immersion
• QSE Survey (School Support for Learning,
Non-Academic Activities, Curriculum)
• % of Sec 4 students who completed more than
100 hours of community service
• Number of synergistic partnerships with
stakeholders
Partner Satisfaction
KPIs/PIs
• Number of positive responses in Staff Perception
Survey
• Satisfaction Index on general satisfaction of
partners’ perception on partnership with school
• Satisfaction Index on SAC/Alumni/Ext Org
responses in Partners’ Satisfaction Survey
• Teachers’ Workload Management through
Partnerships
• Partners’ satisfaction with school (partner
perception and number of collaborative projects
benefiting community)
Partnership Development
KPIs/PIs
• Number of former students who volunteer services to the school
• New areas of collaboration with partners
• Number of new partnerships formed
Moving Forward
• Engaging Partners to further support
greater student-centrism towards
realisation of School Vision “Excellence
Abounds, Aspirations Nurtured”
• Collect and Share Narratives on Partner
Engagement
TK Partnerships
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