Featured by MOE’s Schoolbag
Our sustained efforts in uplifting migrant workers has been put under the spotlight. Follow the link https://www.schoolbag.edu.sg/story/learning-the-arts-living-the-values to learn more about our ground-up Values-in-Action initiative – Arts@Kismis – that directly benefits migrant workers through a range of art forms ranging from baked goods, workout videos, empathetic poems to record-setting origami hearts.
ASEAN Eco-Schools Award 2019
Our school received the ASEAN Eco-Schools Award 2019 in October.
The ASEAN Eco-Schools Award is an ASEAN initaitive to recognise exemplary efforts of eco-schools in ASEAN Member States (AMS) in inculcating environmental awareness in every aspect of education to their students and surrounding communities.
National Day Award 2019
Mrs Shirley Lee and Mr Alexander Chia received the Commendation Medal as part of the 2019 National Day Awards!
Public Service Commission(PSC) Scholarship
Kang Boon Kiat, Julian (Class of 2015) was awarded one of the prestigious Public Service Commission (PSC) Scholarships for 2019.
Possessing not just strong academic performance, Julian demonstrates a heart for service, an ethos of excellence and team work, and a strong sense of duty.
We wish him all the best in his commitment to Singapore.
He is one of nine Polytechnic recipients in 2019 and the first Bukit Viewan to receive a PSC Scholarship.
The Public Service Commission (PSC) Scholarship (Engineering) was launched in 2017. In partnership with three engineering clusters in the Public Service, namely Defence and Security, Information and Communications Technology & Smart Systems, and Infrastructure & Environment, the scholarship aims to develop and groom individuals for leadership positions in the engineering and technology sectors.
The Outstanding Innovator Award 2019
Congratulations to Mr Low Chee Wah for being awarded the Outstanding Innovator Award 2019 (Schools) by MOE! The Outstanding Innovator Award recognises passionate individuals who are key influencers of continual improvement and drive innovation in their workplace.
The Most Inspiring Teacher of English Award 2019
Congratulations to Ms Gopal for being nominated as The Most Inspiring Teacher of English Award 2019! Inspiring Teacher of English Award recognises teachers who have been instrumental in igniting a love for the English language and are effective in helping their students speak and write better.
Singapore Centre for Chinese Language Visit
On Thu 3 Oct, our Chinese Language department was privileged to host Dr Foo Suan Fong, Executive Director of the Singapore Centre for Chinese Language and Prof Jiao Jianli from the South China Normal University. Their visit showcased the good work done by our Chinese Language teachers in developing engaged learners, as well as Bukit View Secondary’s efforts to integrate ICT in school and environmental advocacy. Prof Jiao enjoyed his visit and has shared his blog post with us.
Featured by Educational Technology Division (ETD), MOE
Thankful to the ETD which has featured our students using ICT in school. As the world evolves, so will the ways in which our students need to learn in order to be engaged learners.
MOE Service Excellence Award (MSEA)
A national-level award, the MSEA is conferred annually on staff for their excellence in service delivery.
Congratulations to Ms Shirley Yeong, our adminstrative executive on being awarded MSEA (Silver) for her zest in continually delivering excellent service and display effectiveness in her interactions with both internal and external customers. She is a member of Bukit View Secondary team of Executive & Administrative Staff (EAS).
Featured by Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC)
Our latest facility – the Gear Up room, was featured on SGBC Facebook page. Gear up room is an after school care centre for our students!
Fitted out with certified sustainable materials from SGBC Member organisations, the centre is also designed with a collaborative intent, the wide open spaces and colourful furniture sure to foster fruitful discussions. The room is healthy and productive for occupants as well.
Featured by MOE Curriculum Planning & Development Division (CPDD)
MOE CPDD requested that we share our school’s environmental efforts. Our geography teachers submitted an article on our recent e-waste recycling activity and this is featured in the CPDD Geography publication. This is yet another affirmation that we are designing programmes that will benefit our students’ learning experiences.