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MOE Masterplan of Awards

School Excellence Award

Cedar Girls' Secondary School, established in January 1957, is an autonomous school. As a Singapore Quality Class and People Developer Standard institution, it is committed to bringing out the best in both staff and pupils. Its sound processes have led it to achieve a range of awards including the Best Practice for 
Teaching and Learning in 2003, Student All-Round Development in 2005 and Staff Well-Being in 2005. The school has also received all 5 categories of Sustained Achievement Awards, namely, Physical Fitness (6th Award), Uniformed Group (6th Award), Sports and Aesthetics.




School Distinction Award

Cedar Girls' Secondary School, established in January 1957, is an autonomous school. As a Singapore Quality Class and People Developer Standard institution, it is committed to bringing out the best in both staff and pupils. Its sound processes have led it to achieve a range of awards including the Best Practice for Teaching and Learning, Character and Citizenship Education, Student All-Round Development, Staff Well-Being, and Development and Partnership.  

Character and Citizenship Education

Nurturing leaders of character is the mission of Cedar Girls. The whole-school CCE programme aims to inculcate values and build social-emotional competencies so that Cedarians are developed to be the best that they can be, embodying the qualities of a social innovator and passionate learner. We hope for every Cedarian to become useful citizens in a fast-changing and globalized world.


Student All- Round Development

Cedar Girls provides an all-round education with emphasis on 21st century competencies to prepare Cedarians to thrive in a fast-changing and highly connected world. With the Cedarian 2015 outcomes as goals, the school has identified cognitive, social & moral, leadership & morale, and physical & aesthetics as key areas for student development. These focused areas are the strategic themes and objectives in the school strategy map. Strategies and programmes are developed to meet the needs in these areas for the different segments of students.

 


 

 

Staff Well-Being and Development

In Cedar, we recognise that our staff is our most valuable asset and that staff learning and development is key to our success in meeting stakeholders’ expectations. Thus the school is committed to providing all our staff with the learning that will equip them with the knowledge, skills and competencies they require for optimum performance and will make every effort to ensure that all members of our staff are able to develop professionally and personally.

Teaching and Learning

Cedar provides a rigorous and customised curriculum for our students, while incorporating 21st century competencies. As a dual track school offering both the O level and Integrated Programme, the school’s teaching and learning practices are differentiated to meet the needs of our students. Innovative approaches are developed in the curriculum, and students have opportunities to take part in enrichment activities and electives to further enhance their knowledge, skills and abilities. Teaching and learning practices are constantly reviewed and assessment data is used to inform instruction. 

Partnership

Cedar Girls forms synergistic partnerships with the different partner segments to enhance the quality of holistic education it provided. The school’s key stakeholders are parents, Home-School Link (HSL), School Advisory Committee (SAC), alumni and the Victoria family of schools.  The school focuses on forming alliances with local and overseas key partners and ensure that these collaborations are leveraged to enhance the Cedarian learning experience as well as support staff learning and development.