Media Literacy Club (MLC)
Former Media Resource Library and Audio Visual Aid (AVA) clubs have merged to form a new CCA currently known as the Media Literacy Club (MLC). Other than photo-taking and video production skills, students are equipped with technical skills on how to operate the AVA equipment. They also participate in programmes that are organised by the Applied Learning Programme (ALP) committee.
This year, students participated in the making of a video to commemorate Racial Harmony Day, and a music video for the National Day celebration. Additionally, students took part in various competitions such as the Amazing Photo Race organised by Objectifs and the N.E.mation competition.
SDMA Photo Essay / Gold Award & Merit Award
Voice Up Video Challenge 2017 / Champion - Secondary Category
N.E.mation12 - Top 40
N.E.mation11 - Top 40
CCA MEMBERSHIPS & PRE-REQUISITES
Students with interest in videography, photography and handling the school’s audio visual equipment
- Sec 3 – 20 members
- Sec 2 – 17
- Sec 1 – 10
|Ms Shuhadah Suleiman|
|Ms Nur Hidayah Boharifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mr Lim Jia Huiemail@example.com|
|Ms Stella Tanfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ms Arini Bte Suratmanemail@example.com|
|Nurliyana (Multimedia Educator)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
CCA PROGRAMME FOR SKILLS, LEADERSHIP & CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT
To enhance their video production skills, students will attend workshops such as the School of Technology for the Arts (SAT) workshop on media and production conducted by Republic Polytechnic, and Story Clinic sessions where they will learn story creation skills and story boarding techniques.
Students are involved in team-bonding sessions where they do physical training and play sports together. This is important to strengthen their bonds among members of different levels so that they will be able to work efficiently in their projects such as official school events.
CCA PRACTICE SCHEDULE & VENUE
Venue: Wednesday - Cyber Lab 3 & 4 | Friday - Hall
|3.30pm to 5.30pm||2.30pm to 5.00pm|