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  • Humanities Jalan-Jalan

    Published date: 2018-05-03

    On 21st April, JJC’s Humanities Department organized an investigative field trip for over a 100 students studying Economics, Geography or History. Named “Humanities Jalan-Jalan”, this field trip aimed to expose students to interdisciplinary perspectives, train their observation skills and also help them to learn more about the Boon Lay neighbourhood. Three locations were chosen for […]

  • JJC CD Lionhearters organise “SGSecure Week” in collaboration with SCDF

    Published date: 2018-05-01

    In support of the SGSecure movement, JJC’s CD Lionhearters Club organized a series of activities for the school between 9 and 12 April. The Lionhearters promoted awareness about the threat of terrorism in Singapore and emergency preparedness skills through quizzes and morning assembly skits. The SGSecure exhibition panels in the canteen also provided another avenue […]

  • URA Cube Challenge 2018

    Published date: 2018-04-23

    The URA CUBE Challenge took place from 20-24 November 2017. JJC sent a total of 9 Geography students to participate in the competition. The objective of the competition was for participants to come up with a design to redevelop Mei Chin, Singapore’s first satellite town. The 4½ days of competition involved the student participants going […]

  • Geography Field Trip to Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park

    Published date: 2018-04-03

    The Geography Field-trip took place over two Saturdays, 24th Feb 2018 and 3rd March 2018 at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park. Our H1 and H2 Geography students had the opportunity to engage in Hydrological Fieldwork and explore Geographical Investigation elements under the revised component of the ‘A’ level syllabus. Students engaged in hands-on activities such as […]

  • Jurong Pioneer Junior College – Matriculation & Orientation 2018

    Published date: 2018-03-05

    Orientation began with a bang as the different houses, namely, Keller, Darwin, Byron, Polo, Owens, and Nobel, wore their coloured house tees proudly and marched into the hall to raucous applause and cheers. Though it was difficult, the J1s eventually warmed up to each other and new friendships were forged, making the entire cohort more close-knit.

  • ‘A’ Level Results Day

    Published date: 2018-02-26

    Congrats JJ Class of 2017! On February 23rd 2018, JJCians from the Class of 2017 walked into the Hall, with nervous but excited smiles, ready to venture into the next stage of their lives. Waiting intently for their GCE ‘A’ Level Results, they listened to Dr. Hang Kim Hoo, the Principal, and Ms. Patricia Lim, the Vice-Principal, as they spoke about […]

  • JSS-JJC Immersion Programme

    Published date: 2018-02-19

    On 9 February 2018, JJC welcomed 169 students from Jurong Secondary School (JSS) as part of the existing JC immersion tie-up between JSS and JJC. Students from JSS had fun participating in CCAs such as chess, Chinese culture society, debate, guitar, photography, rugby, taekwondo and tennis. In addition, each student attended two concurrent sessions for […]

  • GP Speaker Series – 2018

    Published date: 2018-02-12

    Jurong Junior College welcomed Mr Patrick Tay, Chairman of the West Coast Town Council on 5th February 2018 for its very first GP Speaker Series of the year. Not an unfamiliar face to us in the neighbourhood as the MP for West Coast GRC, Mr Tay spoke about Singapore’s economic defence and how we can […]

  • Environmental Conservation Club obtained “Encouragement Award”

    Published date: 2018-02-05

    The Environmental Conservation Club (ECC) submitted a project based on water conservation. It consisted of two parts. The first part was a Character and Citizenship Education (CCE) lesson package centred on water conservation, and it was carried out in all JC1 civics classes in 2017. Through the lesson, students engaged in discussions about the importance […]

  • OELP to South Korea

    Published date: 2018-01-15

    A group comprising 35 students and 5 teachers embarked on an Overseas Experiential Learning Programme (OELP) to Seoul, South Korea, between 26 November and 2 December 2017. During the trip, the students were assigned an ethnographic study task that they had to complete in various destinations like Insadong, Gwangjang Market and Bukchon Hanok Village. In […]

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