school_logo.png
Home > Programmes > Applied Learning Programme - Electronics Education > Overview

Overview

Our school introduced our Applied Learning Programme, “Real World Learning through Electronics” in 2015. All Hong Kah Lites have the opportunity to enjoy electronics education to fulfil their aspirations and pave the way for their future careers.

Why Electronics?

HKSS(2015-10-19)ALP-P1.JPG

Our school recognises the importance of electronics education in our national landscape. In recent years, there is a renewed focus on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) in Singapore as we recognise its importance in sustaining our country’s vibrant economy. At the same time, the electronics and technology sectors present meaningful opportunities to improve the livelihood of people. For example, Singapore is en route to becoming the world’s first Smart Nation to improve how people live, work and play. Hong Kah Secondary School wants to be part of this purposeful journey. We want to co-create meaning for our students and the community through electronics education. 

Our Vision

Hong Kah Secondary School aspires to be the learning hub of electronics education in the community. We envisage our Hong Kah Lite to be a budding, community-spirited engineer who serves others through their appreciation and application of electronics.

Our Journey

We started our journey of electronics education before 2015.
YearMilestone
2008O-Level Applied Subject, “Fundamentals of Electronics” offered as an elective subject to our Secondary 3 students
2014MOE approved the school’s application of our Applied Learning Programme, “Real World Learning through Electronics”
2015 Official roll-out of Applied Learning Programme

MOE approved the school’s application of O-Level Applied Subject, “Electronics” and ITE Applied Subject, “Electronics and Smart Electrical Technology”

School established partnership with Intel through STEM Inc 
 2017Official roll-out of O-Level Applied Subject, “Electronics” and ITE Applied Subject, “Electronics and Smart Electrical Technology” to our Secondary 3 students