Craft & Tech
Developing Gifts to Society
Every Woodlander a creative and innovative talent who will lead to inspire in various creative fields.
- Engaging and value-adding every Woodlanders through an enriching curriculum.
- Equipping every Woodlanders with communication, critical and inventive thinking skills to adapt to the changing environment.
Design & Technology
Our Design & Technology (D&T) programme focuses on design process that will equip Woodlanders with the skills of basic design, knowledge of technology and design thinking. Every WDL D&T students will acquire skills in doodling and sketching, and 3D manipulation as means of thinking and tinkering to develop design solutions.
Nutrition & Food Science
Our Nutrition and Food Science (NFS) programme will equip Woodlanders with the knowledge about diet and health, so that they could be more discerning in choosing nutritious food for good health and be informed of the benefits of a balanced meal. They will also be equipped with food management skills where they will be taught culinary skills to be self-sufficient in planning and preparing healthy meals for themselves and their family. At the same time, students will also learn to be appreciative of the diversity of food from different cultures in Singapore and around the world
Our Art programme will provide every Woodlanders with a balanced and well-rounded education in the aesthetic, cognitive and affective dimensions. The programme presents ample opportunities for creative and innovative self-expression in varied modes and contributes to the development of a fuller range of our students’ interests and talents. The engagement in art discourse/critique in the curriculum promotes lifelong enjoyment and appreciation of artistic works; developing visual literacy in our students. The production of artwork encourages imagination and cultivates in students the capacity to innovate and improvise.
Our 2 year music programme provides every Woodlanders a meaningful learning musical experience. Through performance experiences with musical instruments such as the guitar, ukulele and keyboard, Woodlanders are engaged in decision-making during the process of performing, creating and listening to music.