Fairfield Methodist School (Secondary) Ranking and Review 2017 Singapore

Fairfield Methodist School (Secondary) Ranking and Review 2016 Singapore

Fairfield Methodist School (Secondary)

Fairfield Methodist School (Secondary) Ranking and Review 2017 Singapore.

Fairfield was started by Miss Sophia Blackmore with a class of 8 Nonya girls in 1888. Only a handful of schools in Singapore have a longer history than Fairfield. In 1912, when Miss Mary Olson was the Principal, the school expanded, moving to Neil Road and was named Fairfield Girls’ School, in honour of a generous donor, Mr Fairfield.

Fairfield Methodist School (Secondary) 2017

School Mission

  • To provide a holistic education in a Christian environment to nurture leaders of good character who are equipped to serve God, nation, community and school.

School Vision

  • To be a Vibrant Community of Active Lifelong Learners and Influential Leader.

Strategic Thrust

Strategic Thrust – 1

The school aims to develop our pupils into “active, lifelong learners” and “influential leaders” through Holistic Education as defined in the following five domains:

  • Learner-centric Academic Programmes
  • Character and Leadership Education
  • Co-Curricular Activities and Outdoor Education
  • National Education and Internationalisation Programmes
  • Aesthetics Education

Strategic Thrust – 2

  • Our teachers are the key to developing our students in the five domains so that they become active lifelong learners, able to live and work in the 21st Century. Our school places a strong emphasis on professional development for our teachers so that they can deliver a learner-centric curriculum that is differentiated and engaging.

Strategic Thrust – 3

  • It is our aim to build a management system that is based on distributed and sustainable leadership, and enjoys the ownership and support from the various stakeholders such as the teachers, pupils, parents and partners of the school. For example, there are systems and structures to collect input from the stakeholders, and give them a voice in the decision making. There are also systems and structures to ensure continuity in the key processes and programmes of the school.

School Ethos

  • The School Ethos describes the intangible common philosophy, beliefs and experiences that characterise the school. The School Ethos when seen together with Strategic Thrust 3 describes the overall environment and culture of the school.

School Departments

  • EXCO
  • Humanities
  • Aesthetics
  • English and Literature
  • Science
  • Physical Education
  • General Office
  • Mathematics
  • Informetion And Communication Technology
  • Mother Tongue

Ranking :

Consistently ranked in the top 100 in Singapore as per the Under Processing.

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Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) Result Academic Excellence

Fairfield Methodist School (Secondary) has always done well academically. In the Primary School Leaving Examinations (PSLE), the school has produced results above the National Average in almost all the subjects and also in the overall percentage passes.

Departments offered

  • English Language
  • English Language (Syll A & T)
  • Chinese Language
  • Chinese Language (Syll A & T)
  • Higher Chinese
  • Malay
  • Malay Launguage (Syll A & T)
  • Mathematics
  • Mathematics (Syll A & T)
  • Additional Mathematics
  • Science (Phy , Chem)
  • Science (Syll T)
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Combined Humanities (SS/Geog, SS/Hist)
  • Geography (Revised)
  • Literature (E)
  • Social Studies
  • Computer Applications
  • Design & Technology
  • Food & Nutrition
  • Physical Education
  • Art
  • *Higher Music/ Music O – Level

Fairfield’s Teaching and Learning Framework

Fairfield’s Teaching and Learning framework is based on the MOE PETALs framework which aims to promote engaged learning through five dimensions: Pedagogy, Experience of Learning, Tone of Environment, Assessment and Learning Content. We have customised PETALs to better reflect a Fairfield flavour and meet the needs of our profile of students. At the centre of our framework are quality teacher-student relationships that motivate students to learn. We believe that every teacher is an influential leader who designs learner-centred curriculum, demonstrates skilful teaching and uses effective assessment for learning to bring about engaged learning from every student. Fairfield teachers create a positive learning culture and teach every student with love.

Community Problem-Solving Project

  • One of the key highlights for Secondary Three students is the Community Problem Solving Project. For a duration of two terms, students work in groups of four to five to create a solution for an authentic problem faced by the Fairfield community and a community that they have identified beyond Fairfield. This project aims to hone the students’ critical and inventive thinking and communication abilities, collaborative and information skills, which are key competencies required in the 21st Century.
  • Applying the rigour of divergent and convergent thinking in their teams, students work on a series of comparative evaluation to arrive at the most significant problem and most effective solution, before presenting their final research findings and detailed analysis to their peers and teachers.

SportsSports / Games

Fairfield Methodist School (Secondary) involved in several performances for their students …

  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Football
  • Netball
  • Squash
  • Volleyball

Aesthetics and Dances

  • Chinese Dance
  • Symphonic Band
  • Choir
  • English Drama
  • Chinese Drama
  • Guitar Ensemble

Clubs and Societies

  • Media@Fairfield (Robotics, Photography, Videography & Webpage)(CCA)
  • Library (Non-Core CCA)
  • Debating & Oratorical Society (Non-Core CCA)
  • Journalism (Non-Core CCA)

Performing Art

  • Symphonic Band
  • Choir
  • English Drama
  • Dance
  • Guitar Ensemble

Uniformed Group

  • National Cadet Corps (Land)
  • National Cadet Corps (Sea)
  • Boys’ Brigade
  • Girls’ Brigade
  • Red Cross Youth

Address Address

Address – 102 Dover Road, Singapore 139649

Tel – 6778-8702

Fax – 6779-7482

E-Mail – fmss@moe.edu.sg

Website – www.fairfieldmethodistsec.moe.edu.sg

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