Our Signature Programmes
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The Humanities department aims to develop our students to become citizens of the world, who understand and appreciate diversity and global events.        

The approach to the teaching and learning of Humanities involves:
1.      Inquiry based approach to allow students to critically evaluate and analyse information so as to deepen 

          their understanding of the subject matter
2.      Paul's Wheel of Reasoning and Socratic Questioning so that students continue to reflect critically on the 


Key Programmes

Be a Young Historian
Students develop a better understanding of history through skits and games.
Riverside Model United Nations
Students not only practise public speaking, debating and writing skills, but also hone their critical thinking, teamwork and leadership abilities.
Selected students participate in the NUS Geography Challenge and NLB Historical Scene Investigation Challenge.