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Head of Department

Mr Teo Choo Hock, Steven

Department Members


Mr Fathul Rahman Bin Mohamed (Year Head - Upper Secondary)
Ms Wong Yin Mei (Assistant Year Head - Secondary 3)
Ms Constance Cheong Hwee Shann
Mdm Nurul Huda Binte Farid


Ms Oh Ee-laine (Senior Teacher - Geography)
Ms Nur Hafizah Binte Mohd Yunos
Mdm Nur Syafiqah Binte Saini
Ms Zhang Lingjia Mabel
Mdm Tan Poh Neo 

Social Studies

Mdm Teo Yan Geok, Georgina (Mrs Hwa)
Mr Fathul Rahman Bin Mohamed
Mr Teo Choo Hock, Steven
Ms Noorfatin Beevi Binte Abdul Aziz
Ms Oh Ee-laine


The Humanities Department oversees the subjects of Geography, History and Social Studies. In learning these subjects, students will be exposed to complex issues and different perspectives and in the process learn to think critically and develop effective writing and communication skills. Through learning the Humanities, they will have a better understanding of the world around them, learn empathy and be informed and active citizens of society.


To develop critical thinkers who have a sense of national identity and global awareness


Building Bridges, Making Progress

Teachers and students who are people who build bridges with their past (History), their environment (Geography), their society and nation (Social Studies) and as a result, are always learning and able to make progress as an individual, as a member of society and as a responsible and active citizen.


Overseas Learning Journey
NUS Geography Challenge
History Card Challenge

S1 Geographical Investigation on Water (Bedok Reservoir)
S2 Geographical Investigation on Sustainability - Collaboration with Project Work
S3 Geographical Fieldwork Investigation (Physical & Human Geography)
S1 Historical Investigation (Museums) - Collaboration with NE, Math, Aesthetics
S2 Historical Investigation (Ford Factory) - Collaboration with NE
S3 Issue Investigation
Structured Revision Programme (4E5N) 
Structured Revision Programme (4N)