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More Photography Fun!

On the 25th of October, our Secondary 2 Normal (Technical) students had an opportunity to learn about photojournalism as part of their post-exam activities.
The objectives of the course is for the students to be able to apply their understanding of photojournalism based on the following essential questions:
(i) What is photojournalism and how is it di...

We N.Emation-ed It!

N.E.mation! is an annual inter-school digital animation competition organised by Nexus, for students from secondary schools, junior colleges and centralised institutes to express their thoughts on Total Defence.
A team from the Media Literacy Club (MLC) recently participated in the 11th edition of the competition. We are proud to announce that the team man...

The Difference between Ordinary and Extraordinary is Practice.

The End-of-Year Oral Examinations are coming! And what better way to prepare ourselves for the oral examinations than to see ourselves in front of the camera.
Students were given a chance to practise and have their reading recorded using the equipment in the Scene 1 studio. They then had a chance to watch their own performances and most importantly, identi...

Teachers' Workshops with Singapore Media Academy

The teachers in Greenridge Secondary School are committed in looking for more opportunities to develop Greenridgeans to be media literate youths, who are responsible and effective users of the media.
As such, in the months of August and September, teachers from Greenridge Secondary School attended two workshops conducted by Singapore Media Academy on Event...

That's a Wrap!

We are all back in Singapore!

It has definitely been an enjoyable and fulfilling trip for all of us. Once we are all rested, we'll post more photos and videos of the trip. Do look out for them!

[Edited] 'Wrap' is a phrase used by the director in the early days of the film industry to signal the end of filming. 'Wrap' is sometimes said to be an acronym of...

A drop of water falls into the ocean; a split second becomes eternity.

This is it.
The Great Wall. The makings of the heroes. And of course, the sweet taste of success.

The students epitomised the true meaning of our school value, PERSEVERANCE, never once giving up and always encouraging each other to put in his/her very best. The teachers have nothing else but admiration and pride to have led such a wonderful group of stude...

We're pandas! We don't do stairs!

N.E.mation! is an annual inter-school digital animation competition organised by Nexus, for students from secondary schools, junior colleges and centralised institutes to express their thoughts on Total Defence.
A team from the Media Literacy Club (MLC) recently participated in the 11th edition of the competition. We are proud to announce that the team man...

It is our collective responsibility to protect our heritage.

As we observed the relics at the Confucius Temple and Mansion, there was a particular sign that caught our attention. The sign reads: 'It is our collective responsibility to protect our heritage'. The theme for our Applied Learning Programme (ALP) is on the environment, and this reminds us that it is indeed our shared responsibility to protect the environ...

学在今日 永无止境

“学在今日 永无止境“ (What we learn today lasts a lifetime). Those were the words that greeted us when we stepped into Li Cheng No. 6 Middle School. The students thoroughly enjoyed the experience, making new acquaintances and taking part in the Music, Art, Physical Education, and Chinese Language lessons.

It's just the second day of our journey. But lik...

'Until you reach the Great Wall, you’re no hero.'

Mao Zedong once said: 'Until you reach the Great Wall, you’re no hero.' And here we are, introducing the 23 brave heroes (plus 4 teachers) from Greenridge Secondary School.
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