Student Management Overview
The Discipline Philosophy
Beatty Secondary School’s discipline approach and processes are based on Restorative Practices (RP) which focus on strengthening relationships. RP encourages the individual to reflect on his/her actions and how the actions impact the self and others. In this way, the individual learns the importance of respect, responsibility and positive relationships.
The objective is to instill self-discipline in every Beattyian to be capable of managing himself/herself well and interacting with others in a respectful, responsible and considerate manner.
i. Every Beattyian shall:-
- Respect oneself and others
- Act in a Responsible manner
- Strive to build a positive Relationship with others
ii. Every Beattyian shall preserve the following 3 Rights:-
- The Right to learn:
Every Beattyian has the right to an education and to learn.
Every Beattyian has the responsibility not to disturb the learning of others.
- The Right to teach:
Every teacher has the right to be treated with respect and be allowed to carry out his/her duties and responsibilities in educating and guiding the students.
- The Right to be safe:
Every Beattyian has the right to feel safe in and around the school.
Every Beattyian has the responsibility to ensure the safety of others by behaving in a responsible manner and respecting others.
||Ms Fauziah Binte Mohd Shariff
||62569108 Ext 189
||Mr Mok Choong Leng
||62569108 Ext 211
|Discipline Level Coordinators
|Sec 1 Level
||Mdm Chiang Heng Jiak
Mdm Siti Zubaidah
|62569108 Ext 139
62569108 Ext 138
|Sec 2 Level
||Mr Sin Lai Keong
||62569108 Ext 213
|Sec 3 Level
||62569108 Ext 148
|Sec 4&5 Level
||Mr Raja Shahridah
||62569108 Ext 206
|Teacher Aide (Discipline)
After School Engagement (ASE) & Cabin Programme
The ASE Programme includes the existing Cabin Programme which is run collaboratively by the school and the Singapore Children’s Society (SCS). The ASE Programme seeks to achieve the following objectives:-
1\, To contribute to overall efforts in building a caring school culture and safe environment for students to interact and build strong positive relationships, and a greater sense of school connectedness and belonging.
2. To extend and continually promote the culture of care after curriculum hours for lower secondary students who have issues with school disengagement.
3. To provide a safe and supportive place for meaningful activities, self-study and recreation after curriculum hours, and where developmental opportunities are available for students to build Social and Emotional (SE) competencies, as well as leadership skills.
Monday – Thursday 2:30pm – 5:00pm
Friday 1:00pm – 5:00pm
Types of activities/programmes:
Activities/programmes are designed to be engaging and meaningful with the aim to meet students’ Social and Emotional (SE) needs, as well as to provide academic support and enhance students’ SE competencies. Students in the target group are given opportunities to take the lead in various aspects of the running of activities/programmes. For example, they assist in the planning & execution of various activities for their schoolmates and maintaining a well-kept room.
Examples of activities/programmes are:
- IP support (peer tutoring, self-study sessions)
- Learn through play programme (games facilities in the Cabin Room)
- Intra-school competitions (board games, sports)
- Trainings and workshops on Craft-making, Soft skills and Life skills (such as Goal setting and planning workshop, Strength-based workshop)
- Anti-Bullying Campaign
- Racial Harmony promotion booth
- VIA activities