|Mdm Toh Yeok Tee (HOD English)|
|Mr Arthur Kok (SH English)|
|Mr Fadly (Literature Coordinator)|
|Miss Ang Bee Lee|
|Ms Sharmila Gopal|
|Mr Elamaran V Kamalanathan|
|Mr Mohamad Zulkefly|
|Mr Eugene Quake|
|Mrs Parvathi Kesavan|
|Ms Dharani Viswalingam|
|Mr Tan Huong|
|Mrs Susan Pang|
|Mdm Suharti Saifee|
|Mr Azhari Jasman|
|Ms Adeline Tang|
|Ms Syazwani Binte Shoffie Nur|
|Ms Juanita Jamari|
|Ms Seah Koon Lay|
|Ms Yamunna Ramakrishna Rao|
|Mr Joshua Ho|
|Mr Ryan Goh Jun wei|
|Mdm Noor Aisyah|
|Mrs Wendy Ng-Lin Wenjie|
|Ms Irene Wee|
A good command of English is vital in this shrinking interconnected global village. The English curriculum recognises and leverages on the usefulness of the language to
- fully appreciate another’s ideas and sentiments
- clearly express one’s thoughts and feelings
- make an impact on others by communicating fluently and persuasively
The robust curriculum helps students to do well in school, post-secondary education and life.
Enhancing English Learning and Teaching is a key approach developed in partnership with the Ministry of Education. This approach employs four teaching strategies:
- Process Writing
- Reciprocal Teaching
- Creative, Critical and Inventive Thinking
Students experience student-centric lessons and take ownership of their learning. Information and Communications Technology is harnessed to further both self-directed and collaborative learning.
Differentiated Instruction is another key approach to maximise the potential of all students. Customising lessons and opportunities for students of similar ability ensures strong language development.
Semestral Assessment (Mid-Year and End-of-Year Examinations) is guided by:
- 1128 Syllabus for Express
- 1190 Syllabus for Normal Academic
- 1195 Syllabus for Normal Technical
Continual Assessment features an interesting range of age-appropriate tasks such as inter-class debates, multimedia projects, drama showcases and tests.
Enhancing English Learning and Teaching is a partnership with MOE’s English Language and Literature Branch. On top of being one of the pioneering schools, Bukit View Secondary School teachers were featured in videos for training teachers nationwide and in lesson study cycles culminating in an article for Northstar Online Publication.
The National KidsRead programme sees scores of students collaborating with the National Library Board to read stories aloud to primary one and two pupils. This nationwide reading programme promotes a love for reading and cultivates good reading habits among young Singaporeans, specifically children from low-income families.