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  • Mar 26: Inter Corp First Aid and Home Nursing Competition
    Achievements CCA Scholars School EZCOETNL Mission Vision Logo Professional Sharing Day 14 09 2012 Resources and Useful Links Venue Booking Archives Contact Us Home Partners Administration DHS Apps Contact Us All Campus Life Campus Life Campus Life 2012 Campus Life 2011 Campus Life 2010 Campus Life 2009 Campus Life 2008 Home Mar 26 Inter Corp First Aid and Home Nursing Competition Mar 26 Inter Corp First Aid and Home Nursing Competition 26 Mar 2011 The St John Ambulance Brigade has done the school proud once again by attaining excellent results at the Inter corps First Aid and Home Nursing Competition 2011 held on 26 March 2011 A total of 4 teams were sent in this year Ambulance Cadet Nursing Cadet Ambulance Adult and Nursing Adult which comprised of various standard 4 and 3 members The teams competed in First Aid Home Nursing and Transportation of Casualty where they were put through different scenarios They also competed in Foot Drill showing their proficiency in all areas that they were competing in These teams have gone through much training since January and have put in much time and effort in order to achieve these results at the competition Their effort and determination

    Original URL path: http://www.dhs.sg/mar-26-inter-corp-first-aid-and-home-nursing-competition.html (2012-12-21)
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  • Mar 09: SL Symposium
    Campus Life 2009 Campus Life 2008 Home Mar 09 SL Symposium Mar 09 SL Symposium 09 Mar 2011 9 th March 2011 it was the day where Community Service Club Junior High held our annual Service Learning Symposium Hours before the Symposium started different organisations such as ACRES Nature Society YMCA Youth for Causes and Youth Donor Club arrived earlier to set up their respective booths outside the auditorium At 2 30 pm the Symposium was geared up with an opening speech by our Guest of Honour Dr Adrian Yeo winner of the 2009 Don Quixote Fund Award His inspiring speech was then followed by presentations from Dunman High School Nature Society East View Secondary School Environmental Challenge Organisation Singapore Nan Chiau High School and Temasek Secondary School The different schools shared their experiences and knowledge they had gained throughout the ardours yet enriching Service Learning journey they undertook During the break students enjoyed the light spread of snacks provided at the reception and took an educational walk amongst the exhibition booths set up by the various organisations and institutes Many of them engaged in interesting conversations with the representatives from the organisations eager to learn more about how they

    Original URL path: http://www.dhs.sg/mar-09-sl-symposium.html (2012-12-21)
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  • Mar 15: BSP Symposium
    14 09 2012 Resources and Useful Links Venue Booking Archives Contact Us Home Partners Administration DHS Apps Contact Us All Campus Life Campus Life Campus Life 2012 Campus Life 2011 Campus Life 2010 Campus Life 2009 Campus Life 2008 Home Mar 15 BSP Symposium Mar 15 BSP Symposium 15 Mar 2011 The 2011 Bicultural Studies Programme BSP Symposium co organized by the Curriculum Planning and Development Division of the MOE and Dunman High School was successfully held in DHS on 15 March 2011 The event was graced by Mr Yue Lip Sin DDMTL Mr Chong Leong Chin ADMTL2 and Mr Fong Yeow Wah ADMTL3 Distinguished guests also included Mdm Heng Boey Hong Principal Nanyang Girl s High School and Mr Sze Guan Kheng Vice Principal River Valley High School The annual BSP Symposium is a national event that brings together BSP students from the 4 BSP centres i e DHS HCI NYGH and RVHS Prior to the symposium Year 4 SAP scholars submit their Independent Research Papers that had been written exclusively for this event These papers were then assessed and judged by an academic panel Outstanding papers are then presented during the symposium by the respective SAP scholars The

    Original URL path: http://www.dhs.sg/mar-15-bsp-symposium.html (2012-12-21)
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  • Mar 10 - 11: 4A St John Camp
    Island 10 11 March 2011 A short but memorable 2D1N camp which really strengthened the bonds amongst the students of 4A To us this camp experience was especially meaningful as none of the previous SAP classes have had the opportunity for an overnight adventure camp before Looking back all of us were anticipating how this whole camp experience would be We had mixed feelings about the camp Some of my classmates were very excited about it while others were skeptical about how spending time on an island could possibly be fun Fast forward to 24 hours later everyone enjoyed themselves immensely and was glad they did not miss out Upon arrival we were pleasantly surprised We expected a dilapidated and dirty place but the island was so beautiful and serene the water was a lovely shade of blue and the weather was especially kind to us The activities started almost immediately They were meant to instill socio emotional skills self confidence teamwork tolerance and understanding encourage appreciation of the outdoors and promote self awareness and reliance All of us believed all the objectives were met as we learnt so much from the camp while having so much fun at the same time The most memorable and exciting activities were the obstacle challenge and water rafting Everyone was rather competitive during the obstacle course despite having to run and slide along a slippery track crawl in the mud roll across the length of the field and even had flour on our faces We egged each other on singing praises and encouraging one another Thunderous cheers ensued upon every successful task completion We had to build a raft from scratch to take us across the lagoon too This activity required us to tap on each other s knowledge and understanding of building

    Original URL path: http://www.dhs.sg/mar-10---11-4a-st-john-camp.html (2012-12-21)
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  • Mar 21: Shibuya Senior High School Exchange
    various areas of Singapore history including exhibitions on Singapore s food culture fashion and visual arts It was both enlightening and humbling to realize how rich and diverse Singapore s heritage was After the visit to the museum the students brought their Japanese guests to Chinatown to experience the Chinese culture and history in Singapore While walking down the streets the students explained to them the history of Chinatown and showed them the different items which represented our culture They also bought souvenirs for their family and friends back home No trip was complete without some Singapore local cuisine The students introduced Hainanese Chicken Rice Yong Tau Foo Satay Nasi Lemak Sugarcane Juice and other desserts to them Even though the Japanese students were unfamiliar with the taste of Singaporean food they enjoyed the food and finished up every dish Afterwards they gamely tried durian ice cream which put of some due to the pungent scent but it also fascinated a few They were even introduced to trying Bak Kwa Barbequed Pork and all of them felt that it was very delicious In school the students experienced two days of school life in Dunman High School attending lessons together with their host counterparts They were able to interact with the class and share stories from their countries Even though it was only for such a short period of time they could experience how school life in Singapore was like as compared to their home country Some students had Junior and Senior High lessons and could understand the difference in lecture and classroom styled lessons One interesting aspect was Japanese students seldom used calculators for any lessons in school and they were highly amazed at DHS students graphic calculators Equally everyone was also impressed by how the Japanese students were able

    Original URL path: http://www.dhs.sg/mar-21-shibuya-senior-high-school-exchange.html (2012-12-21)
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  • Mar 14 - 16: E4 Cluster Humanities Camp 2011
    Dunman High School during the March holidays by the Humanities Department from 14th March to 16th March Mon to Wed The Dunman High School E4 Cluster Humanities Camp is inspired by and partially modeled on the MOE National Humanities Camp organized by CPDD in June 2010 The DHS Humanities department would like to build on the momentum generated by the success of the MOE Humanities Camp and provide continuity by organizing it for Dunmanians and the E4 cluster This year we had 6 schools namely Dunman High School Chung Cheng High Saint Anthony Cannosian Secondary Bedok North Secondary Damai Secondary Anglican High School from the E4 cluster participating in the camp The camp has definitely increased the synergy among the various E4 cluster schools and enhanced the learning of humanities for the students of the various E4 cluster schools as they come together to share with one another Dunman High School had the privilege of having Ms Elaine Lim Deputy Director of Humanities Curriculum Planning and Development Division as our Guest of Honour as well as esteemed judges Mdm Leong Kai Ling and Miss Fiona Koh Curriculum Planning and Development Division Mr Chelvarajah NIE Teaching Fellow Humanities and Social Studies Education Academic Group and our local archaeologist Mr Lim Chen Sian grace the event The programme of the DHS 2011 Humanities Cluster Camp has a variety of activities that will appeal to different types of learners from hands on Archaeology lab work with Singapore s very own local archaeologist Lim Chen Sian Geography fieldwork in the various parts of Singapore to Source Based Questions workshop by experienced NIE Lecturer Mr Chelva Rajah It is also noteworthy to mention here that the teachers who are organizing this camp are assisted by fifteen of our Year 3 students In our continued effort

    Original URL path: http://www.dhs.sg/mar-14---16-e4-cluster-humanities-camp-2011.html (2012-12-21)
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  • Mar 25: Career Day
    Life 2010 Campus Life 2009 Campus Life 2008 Home Mar 25 Career Day Mar 25 Career Day 25 Mar 2011 Careers Scholarships and Higher Education Day Dunman High School s annual event for students in the senior classes to increase their awareness of scholarships and opportunities for higher education was held on Friday 25 th of March This event aims to showcase the various careers that are available at this time and broaden their horizons and reinforce their aspirations covered a broad ground of possible career choices for the students The day kicked off with various activities held at venues throughout the school concurrently The keynote address to Year 6 students was delivered by Mr He Ruije and ex Dunmanian who now works with the Ministry of Defence The students gained a valuable insight into working life and had a chance to see that there are opportunities abound in both the public and the private sector The Multi Purpose Hall was abuzz with students milling around to ask the various organizations and schools represented about their follow on journey Many of the exhibitors were kept busy throughout the day as students made their way in several waves The afternoon saw

    Original URL path: http://www.dhs.sg/mar-25-career-day.html (2012-12-21)
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  • Apr 01: EDB Economics Creative Short Film Competition
    Administration DHS Apps Contact Us All Campus Life Campus Life Campus Life 2012 Campus Life 2011 Campus Life 2010 Campus Life 2009 Campus Life 2008 Home Apr 01 EDB Economics Creative Short Film Competition Apr 01 EDB Economics Creative Short Film Competition 01 Apr 2011 This year our school sent 2 teams to compete in the annual EDB National Economics Short Film Competition organised by ACJC on 1 April 2011 The competition task was to create a 5 minute short film highlighting the applications of Economics in the context of the real world Both teams worked hard to brainstorm and rework ideas to adequately bring across key economic concepts in an innovative and engaging manner Production was initially difficult as some team members needed time to learn new skills such as video editing and designing but it was a tremendously fun experience for them as they watched their videos come into fruition The teachers chipped in with their input and helped to streamline their ideas as well When it was announced that both teams made it to the finals they were extremely jubilant The judges were greatly impressed by both their videos and gave them 3 out of the 4 awards for grabs It had been a long journey and both teams were glad to have been able to bring glory to the school They also felt greater affinity for Economics as they have learnt to apply economic theory to explain real world phenomenon The first team made a video based around the theme of Raising the level of competitiveness in the service industry Entitled Fed up Ex their video won the Most Creative Short Film award Their team comprises the following students Title FedUp Ex Miao Zi Yan 11Y6C31 Quek Chin Kiat 11Y6C31 Sng Eileen 11Y6C31 Andrew Fung Zi

    Original URL path: http://www.dhs.sg/apr-01-edb-economics-creative-short-film-competition.html (2012-12-21)
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