Overview of SJI Education
|Year 1 – 4
(O-Level Programme &
|Year 5 – 6
Dual Programme Education
Academic Programmes (Years 1 - 4)
The broad-based academic curriculum prepares our O-level track boys well for the GCE 'O' level examinations by helping them to learn how to learn. This curriculum comprises GCE 'O' level subjects in the following main subject areas: English Language, Mother Tongue Language, Mathematics, Sciences and Humanities.
Levels of Learning at SJI (Year 1 - 4)
The Levels of Learning is the core framework behind the Cognitive Development component of an SJI education. It describes the Josephian student as moving from foundational subject-based knowledge, to extending learning by adopting an inquiry-mindset motivated by interest and passion, and eventually making use of this knowledge in service to the community in authentic settings.
While the Levels of Learning are designed with the IBDP in mind, all SJI students at the Lower Secondary years will have a chance to participate in all 3 Levels of Learning.
To support our students in their academic and non-academic pursuits, SJI will be implementing a Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) programme starting with Secondary 1 in 2013. This means that all Secondary 1 students will be required to bring their own personal computing devices/notebook computers to their classes.
Student Development Programmes (Years 1 - 4)
The comprehensive student development curriculum prepares both our IP and O-level track boys well for the real world beyond school by helping them to learn how to live. This curriculum comprises various programmes which are aimed to develop the necessary life skills such a moral compass, effective communication, personal effectiveness, working with others and understanding the community. These programmes include: