Information & Communication Technology (ICT)
Information Communication & Technology (ICT)
In line with both Ministry of Education (MOE) and Special Education Branch (SEB) directions, SAMS ICT’s curriculum aims to develop our students to be future-ready and responsible digital learners who are equipped with ICT skills that can be effectively applied to living, learning and working.
Through explicit and structured teaching, SAMS seeks to:
- Engage students effectively by infusing digital skills in the classroom.
- Equip students with ICT skills such as use of Microsoft Office tools, use of iPads and cyber wellness literacy for the future workforce.
- Empower students with functional digital skills by using the “Find, Think, Apply and Create” strategy.
- Incorporate digital skills across different subject areas for students to apply them meaningfully.
Currently in SAMS, we have dedicated ICT lessons for the Primary 1s and Primary 2s. During this two-year period, they will be taught to use various programs and applications via laptops and iPads. From Primary 3 onwards, students and teachers would effectively apply the digital skills they have learnt into their daily subject lessons.