Character and Citizenship Education (CCE)

Character Education

Cyber Wellness

Education Career Guidance

1. Enable the individual to explore viable education and career options through the provision of accurate and comprehensive information; 

2. Nurture one’s self awareness, self-directedness, and life skills to set wise goals, to continually learn, and add value to their future workplace; 

3. Inculcate an appreciation for the value of all occupations and how they contribute to the smooth- functioning of society; 

4. Equip our students with skills and means to positively engage their parents and other career influencers.

Different Pathways for students

Pathway for 'O'levels students Pathway for 'NA'levels students Pathway for 'NT'levels students

What’s next after GCE O - Level?

What’s next after GCE N - Level?

For more details, visit
1.   Early Admission Exercise:

For more details, visit
1.   Polytechnic Foundation Programme (PFP):  

For more details, visit
1. ITE:
  2.   Direct Entry Scheme to Polytechnic Programme (DPP):  

Delivery of ECG in School

1. ECG Lessons
MySkillsFuture is a one-stop portal that empowers students to embark on a journey of self-discovery and make informed education and career choices. Students may use the information and tools to explore various education and career pathways, and take charge of their future.

ECG Publications

        • The Next Step Forward
A guide for students of key education stages and their parents

        • What’s Next
A guide for students of key education stages and their parents

        • Journeying with Our Children, Achieving Their Aspirations
A guide for parents/guardians in ECG

        • Hand in Hand, Journeying Together
A publication about the roles played educators, ECG Counsellors,
parents, alumni, community and industry partners in a students'
ECG journey.

Photo Gallery

Values in Action

Values in Action (VIA) are learning experiences that support students' development as socially 
responsible citizens who contribute meaningfully to the community through the learning and application of values, knowledge and skills. VIA aims to nurture students into active contributors and concerned citizens.

Through VIA, students are encouraged to take ownership to identify and understand community issues. They then initiate action among their peers to make a difference and improve the lives of others. Throughout the process, students reflect on what they have learnt, and how they can continue to make a difference to others, beyond a project.

Thematic Level VIA
Level S1 S2 S3 S4/S5
Theme Care for the school and the environment Care for the neighbouring community Care for the elderly Care for the local and international community

Secondary 1 – Care for the school and the environment
Focus: Sustainability (ALP) – Recycling Project

Students will understand the need to improve the school & community and the importance of sustainability esp. in the area of recycling. Students will learn through 3 VIA workshops and apply knowledge gained and skills learnt in organizing inter-generational games.

Secondary 2 – Care for the neighbouring community
Focus: A Community in Conservation (REDUCE project)

Students will understand the importance of one’s responsibility to care for the conservation of our community and learn how to work together as a team to communicate important energy conservation messages to the community.

Secondary 3 – Care for the elderly
Focus: A Community that Cares

Students will embark on a community-based project to engage the elderly through workshops and games in school. To date, we have taught them how to create decorative clothes pegs, buttons badges, terrariums and leather luggage tags.

Secondary 4/5 – Care for the elderly

Focus: A Community that Gives

Students take ownership and exercise Social Responsibility in their spheres of influence and play their part through meaningful contribution to the community.

A Caring School

Our students also reach out to and serve the community through various key events such as

1.      inviting elderly to join us for celebrations (eg. Chinese New Year celebrations)

2. interacting with the elderly for the Inter-Generational Games (IGG)

        3  Record-Breaking With A Cause projects to benefit the community, such as collecting shoes/clothes and raising funds for the needy.
       4.   Our recent Singapore Records are:

Largest Collage Made Of Currency Notes (27 Oct 2016)
Largest Word Formation Made of Shoes (30 Aug 2017)
Largest Display Of Teddy Towel Bears (16 Oct 2017)
Fastest T Shirt Wearing Relay Chain (30 Aug 2018)
Longest Clothes Line (30 Aug 2018)
Fastest T-Shirt Wearing Relay Chain (30 Aug 2018)
Longest Clothes Line (30 Aug 2018)
Largest Collage Made of Clothes Pegs (19 Oct 2018)

Sexuality Education

National Education


National Education (NE) was initiated in 1996 to foster national cohesion and instil a sense of national identity among young Singaporeans. 

In Fajar Secondary school, National Education (NE) falls under the larger Character and Citizenship Education (CCE) framework which is designed to equip our students with 21st Century Competencies while cultivating a sense of national pride, identity and duty. To achieve this, NE is infused in the different curriculum areas and is also delivered through:

    1. CCE lessons 

    2. Learning Journeys 

    3. NE commemorative days


NE Programme for 2018

NE Commemorative Days

Commemorative DayThemeDate of
15 February 2018
Together We Keep
Singapore Strong
14 February
6 April 2018
Celebrating the ASEAN Community  18 April
21 July 2018
 Diversity Our Strength18 July 
9 August 2018
We are Singapore08 August 

NE Infused-CCE Lessons

 Total Defence 12 – 16 February
 The Budget 5 – 9 March
International Friendship 2 – 6 April 
 Racial Harmony 16 – 20 July
National Day Rally 10 – 14 September 

Learning Journeys

LevelSubjectLearning JourneyNE Theme
Secondary 1Geography
Botanic GardensOur Rich Heritage
Secondary 2GeographyBukit Panjang Estate and URAHousing the Nation
Secondary 2HistoryNational Museum of SingaporeThe Defence of Singapore
Secondary 3Social StudiesParliamentGovernance in Singapore

Mobile Exhibition

Theme: Game On! (CPF Outreach Programme)Date: Term 3 2019


InGEnium is our After School Engagement (ASE) programme where we challenge students to make use of their after school hours to learn new skills to improve themselves and used the skills learnt to create products or services to bless the community. Called JOYWORKS, we serve with joy and give with joy. This resonates well with our 2018 Theme: JOY IN THE JOURNEY.
Some highlights are:

Learning how to make hot beverage the traditional way and bubble tea to sell for charity
Learning how to make teddy towel bears and decorative clothes pegs to raise funds for charity