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1 Henderson Road Singapore 159561 Tel 64745594 – Fax 64732479 Gan Eng Seng School Singapore
FOUNDER n Portrait of the school founder and philanthropist, Gan Eng Seng (1844— 1899) n In 1888, GESS became an aided school which meant government recognition as an education institution. n The school became coeducational in 1986.
1985 Our school n
n In December 2000, GESS moved to its new site at No. 1 Henderson Road, its eight home, where it stands to the present day.
School Crest n n n The School Crest has a Red Dragon on the left and a Chinese Junk on the right. Our school colours are Red and Green. The Red stands for courage and the everlasting fire of leadership while the Green stands for peace, success and progress. The Dragon symbolizes good luck, courage and fortitude. The Chinese Junk sailing in the rough sea symbolizes seeking and making progress.
n This is our school Let peace dwell here School Let there be contentment Let love abide here Creed Love of one another Love of mankind Love of life itself And love of God Let us remember That as many hands build a house So many hearts make a school
Core Values n Discipline n Respect n Compassion Exercise self-control and appropriate behavior at all times. Honour all school staff and respect other people's feelings, rights, properties and differing opinions. Demonstrate kindness, care and understanding to those who are less fortunate than us.
Uniform n For boys: White short-sleeve shirt with white short for the juniors and long pants for the seniors n For girls: White short-sleeve blouse with light green dress n Formal assembly: Additional wearing of a maroon schooltie embroidered with the school emblem
Curriculum • • • n English and Literature Mathematics Science Humanities Technology Mother Tongue (Chinese, Malay, Tamil) Physical Exercise and Aesthetics Student Development Student Leadership Student Management
Home Economics Dept Teachers: Ms Regina Lim & Ms Amy Ng n Mission of the Home Economics Department To provide all GESSians with basic homemaking skills so that they and their future families can lead a healthy and quality lifestyle. • • Program: Nutrition and Health Meal Planning & Meal Analysis Food Choices Food Science
Co-Curricular activities n n As part of its co-curricular activities for students, GESS has six uniformed groups, five sport teams and ten special interest groups in its offerings to date.
Sport BASKETBALL Table Tennis Team SOCCER
Uninformed group Dragon Scouts (est since 1922) A movement that covers all ages!
GESS was highlighted in MOE's press release for having students with outstanding results at the 2007 GCE O-Level Examination.
Students who excel in school exams
4 th September 2009 n n Presentation of Advanced Elective Module (AEM) ‘Essentials of Marketing’ certificates to participants