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Craft & Technology

Department Vision

A dynamic department providing engaging programmes to prepare future ready learners

Department Mission

To equip and develop self-directed Broadricians with essential skills that are relevant to their passion and rooted in values.

Art Unit

We aim to provide holistic education that enables every Broadrician to be able to perceive, communicate and appreciate art.

Key Department Programmes

Enrichment Programme on Mixed Media Arts

Mixed media refers to a work of visual art that combines various traditionally distinct visual art media. Many interesting effects can be achieved by using mixed media. Often, recycled objects are used in conjunction with traditional art mediums. Students source for recycled and reusable items that can be used for their art pieces. At the end of the programme, students apply the knowledge and skill of using different elements of traditional art mediums with recycled materials.

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Learning Journey to NUS Museum

NUS Museum is a comprehensive Museum for teaching and research. With a distinct focus on Asian regional art and culture, students learn more about the traditional art form in this part of the world.

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Singapore Youth Festival 2018 Art Exhibition

What We Are Now, And What We Will Become, created by Adam Bin Jumaat (4R6, 2017), was selected for the on-site exhibition at National Gallery Singapore.

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Our students participating in the Fringe activities.

Design & Technology (D&T) Unit

In D&T, students learn mainly through design-and-make projects guided by a design process. The design process entails identifying design needs from real-world experiences, generating and developing ideas, and realising the design solution; with research carried out when necessary. In doing so, students acquire related knowledge and develop skills to turn ideas into reality and values like mindfulness, empathy, and sensitivity in the areas of social, culture and environment.

Special Programmes in D&T

Applied Learning Programme (Design Thinking)

The D&T Unit supports the school’s ALP programme by providing all the lower secondary students with the Design Thinking skills needed in the empathising, defining, ideating, prototyping and testing of their problem identification and solution making. Students in the programme will also get the opportunity to actualize their proposed ideas. They also applied these skills learned in various national level competitions and make presentations to VIPs during the 2018 Tech Saturday (Upsized) organised by the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA).

Broadrick Digital Intelligence (DI) Programme

The D&T Unit also supports the Broadrick Digital Intelligence (DI) Programme in making our students be part of a new generation of digital natives. The school partners with IMDA to train all secondary 1 students on the use of Code For Fun programming to design a meaningful product using the micro: bit. The main objective is to “help a new generation get creative with technology and take advantage of the opportunities a career in science, technology, engineering, and maths offers”.

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Learning Journey to East Zone Center of Excellence

The D&T Unit organises annual learning journey to the East Zone Center of Excellence to enrich students’ learning experience in learning D&T.

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Coaching Students from Partner School in the Application of Design Thinking

The students from the upper secondary level have a chance to coach and mentor a group of P5 students from Haig Girls Primary School on how to make use of the Design Thinking process to identify and solve authentic problems.

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Nutrition and Food Science Unit

Unit Mission

To empower students to make informed decisions as discerning consumers


Lower Secondary – Supermarket Tour

Supermarket Tour is a signature programme for the Secondary One FCE students. In this programme, students took a guided tour through the supermarket aisles with the FCE teachers to discover various tips in making economical and healthy food choices.

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Lower Secondary – In-Vend My Meal!

The NFS unit collaborated with Chef-in-Box (JR Vending) to promote education in Food Innovation and Technology. The objective of this programme is to nurture our students to be future-ready learners. As part of their alternative assessment, the FCE students were tasked to design and create a healthy fusion dish that is suited for dispensing from vending machines.

Chef Kim Dong Suk, an international award-winning from Seoul, Korea was also invited to share the processes in making a signature Korean dish, Bibimbap. The students had a light-hearted dialogue session with the chef to learn more about what it takes to be a successful chef.

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Lower Secondary – Ice-cream making workshop

The Secondary One NT students were engaged in ice-cream making workshop as part of their enrichment programme. Through this hands-on activity, the students were able to have fun and at the same time, learn about the processes in ice cream-making and the effect of impurities during the process of freezing.

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Upper Secondary – Food Science and Sensory Evaluation workshop

The Secondary Three Express students attended a 3-hour workshop in Temasek Polytechnic (School of Applied Sciences) to discover more about the common food starches. They experimented with different food starches and observe its thickening and freezing properties under different conditions. They also conducted a sensory evaluate of various starch formulations in the sensory evaluation room.

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Upper Secondary – Molecular Gastronomy workshop

This Molecular Gastronomy workshop is part of Food Nutrition enrichment for Secondary 3NA students. Through this workshop, students mastered the basic molecular-gastronomic techniques such as spherification, emulsification and powderisation using new technologies and natural texturing agents to deconstruct desserts and cocktails. Students were able to fuse their understanding of food science and culinary arts.

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Upper Secondary – Elective Module: Culinary and Pastry & Baking by SHATEC

The Secondary Three NA and NT students enrolled in this programme designed to provide them with the basic pastry and baking skills and knowledge. Students learned to use Food & Beverage industrial equipment. They also had an interactive session with the trainers, who were former chefs from renowned establishment.

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