"As a member and subsequently, as the President of the Young Journalists' Club, I have learnt to take charge and manage media projects with utmost efficiency, as well as to find my own voice. I continue to work with finesse, honing my craft in videography, photography and designing infographics. With the unwavering support of my teachers and fellow CCA mates, I have grown into a more outstanding individual who is ready to guide my peers and juniors in levelling up their skill sets."
Sim Wen Ning Shanice (405)
‘If it matters to you, it matters to us.’
Members of the Young Journalists’ Club embark on an exciting journey into the world of digital photography, videography, and broadcasting. In doing so, our budding members are exposed to a wide range of skills which are aligned with our school’s Applied Learning Programme in Broadcasting and Journalism through language learning. Acquiring these skills, members explore social and cultural issues, serving as advocates for the student body. In this light, they serve as a leading force and an active student voice in creating a caring and inclusive school culture. Members also get the opportunity to be appointed as emcees or reporters for school events. In line with PDLP initiatives, members are also exposed to digital editorial works that are regularly published on school platforms.
Mrs Sharmiila Singh-Gruber (OIC)
Miss Tay Wan Ling (AIC)
Ms Thambusamy Gayathiri
Every Tuesday and Thursday 2.45 pm – 5.15 pm
Achievements and Highlights
Participation in the National ‘Our Schools, Our Stories’ Photography Competition 2023
Participation in the Earth Day Art Competition 2023 organised by Conservation International Singapore
Participation in SYF 2023 Celebrations Open Call-Photo and Video Challenge
Involvement in school events: Festive Celebrations (CCA Carnival, Chinese New Year, Hari Raya), Arts Fiesta, Speech Day, Racial Harmony Day, National Day, Teachers’ Day
School Advocacy and Publicity Support through Photography, Videography, Live-Streaming, Emceeing, Infographics creation
Support for School Publicity