Daniella Barbara LawtherDaniella Barbara Lawther is a member of the TMS Canoeing team. This year, she has not only repeated her double Gold medal haul at the National B Division Girls' Canoeing Championships, but has also finished as the sixth best qualifier from Asia in the 2018 Youth Olympic Games canoe qualifying event.
Read more about who is the inspiration and drive behind Daniella in The New Paper article here.
temasek charity challenge
On 8 August 2018, our staff and students (Sec 2 - 5) were all out around Singapore to raise funds for the 50 over charities under the SIngapore President's Challenge. We are proud to announce that we have raised over $32,000.
Our Temasek Freestylers have done it again at the Super24 Competition by qualifying for the Grand Finals where they won back the Championship title. Up against Tampines Secondary School, who won 1st Runner Up, the Freestylers showed passion, tenacity, teamwork and fun in their routine which was a treat for all who watched.
moe east zone a* science research fair competition
Two teams from the Temasek Ignis Programme participated in the MOE East Zone A* Science Research Fair Competition. This competition gave the opportunity for our students to apply their Mathematical and Scientific concepts. Out of the 71 teams that participated, we were able to clinch the Bronze Award.
prudential young trailblazers competition
Our Temasekians took part in the Prudential Young Trailblazers Competition in July this year. Out of the 43 teams in the finals, Team Sippie clinched the Top 3 Awards - Best Innovation, Best Sales Pitch and Overall Winner at the Grand Finals.
tms hosts delegates from united states
On 1 March 2018, TMS was privileged to be selected to host and present to a delegation from the United States comprising: The National Centre for Education & the Economy (NCEE), The International National Institute of School Leadership (NISL), and The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS).
TMS School Leaders and Key Personnel presented on the leadership development and professional development of teachers in TMS, followed by a session with our students who shared their TMS experience with our visitors.
LEE KUAN YEW FUND FOR BILINGUALISM MOTHER TONGUE LANGUAGES CAMPAIGN
A special Mother Tongue Language Promotion Campaign was launched in Temasek Secondary School on Thursday, 25 Jan 2018. The objective of this campaign is to highlight the importance of Mother Tongue Languages (MTL) in connecting users' hearts and minds, by bringing people closer to one another. Senior Parliamentary Secretary, A/P Professor Faishal Ibrahim graced the occasion and shared with Temasekians the significance of bilingualism in Singapore.
Celebrities such as Olivia Ong, Taufik Batisah and Shabir were present and shared their journey in learning and appreciating their Mother Tongue Languages. They each performed a song in the Mother Tongue Languages. They each performed a song in their Mother Tongue Language. The students enjoyed their performance as well as the interaction segment.
President's challenge appreciation night
The Temasek Family with President Halimah Yacob
(Left to Right: Mr Simon Foo (Vice-Princpal, Temasek Junior College), Mr Jared Oh (HOD/ Student Leadership & Aesthetics, Temasek Secondary school), Mrs Dayna Chia (Principal, Temasek Secondary School), President Halimah Yacob, Mrs Monica Phua (Teacher, Temasek Primary School), Madam Fatimah (SH/CCE, Temasek Primary School), Mr Mark Chan (Vice-Principal, Temasek Junior College).
To express her appreciation for the school's efforts, TMS received a token of appreciation from President Halimah Yacob on 23 Nov 2017 during the President's Challenge Appreciation Night held at the Istana. This year, TMS helped raised more than $30,000.
2017 Open House & homecoming
TMS held its annual Open House on 18 Nov with a turnout of more than 1,500 primary school students and their families. Our visitors had the chance to find out more about TMS's academic and non-academic programmes, interact with teachers and students, and was entertain by the performances put up by various CCAs.
On the same day, TMS also welcomed back its former Principals (Mrs Tan Suan Imm, Mr Loo Pui Wah, Mrs Ong Hong Peng), former Vice-Principals (Ms Pamela Yoong, Dr Ong Chun Ghee), Pioneer teachers (Mrs Tan Lee Cheng, Mr Eddie Tan), including ex-teachers and over 300 alumni for Homecoming.
school champion heritage award
The School Heritage Award Ceremony is an award ceremony to recognise educational institutions for their strong support of the National Heritage Board's (NHB) heritage education programmes as well as the student programmes offered by NHB's museums and Heritage Institutions. There were a total of 67 awardees. The awardees range from Pre-school Centres, to Tertiary Institutions and Institutions of Higher Learning.
TMS is proud and honoured to be one of the recipients of this prestigious award.