Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre supports educators in helping students connect with and learn about Chinese Singaporean culture. Visit Sessions for Educators to sign up for upcoming programmes held at the Centre.
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Calling all educators! Always in search of fresh ideas to make History and Social Studies come alive for your students? Or seeking fun ways to teach languages and Character & Citizenship Education?
Take learning out of the classroom and visit the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre’s permanent exhibition! Students can look forward to learning more about our distinctive Chinese Singaporean culture through interactive experiences and familiar themes such as food, language and customs. To find out more about the various onsite and online tours available, click here.
Choose either a self-guided visit, where you may lead students through the exhibition, or opt for a guided tour led by our trained facilitators. If you prefer to end the visit with a creative making process, then choose from our carefully designed array of guided tours with workshops.
Pre-bookings are required for all school group visits (whether self-guided or guided).
For more information on tours, visit here.
Are you an educator looking for home-based learning programmes? Or alternative learning methods for your students in class? Using a blend of online live teaching, multi-media formats, handouts and craft materials, we have some engaging programmes to achieve your learning outcomes.
Led by our trained facilitators, these programmes range from learning more about identity, to history and language, and are held in conjunction with our exhibition, SINGAPO人: Discovering Chinese Singaporean Culture.
For more information on online school programmes, visit here.
In our SINGAPO人 exhibition, we will be exploring our distinctive Chinese Singaporean culture through food, language and customs.
To prepare educators for a self-guided visit to the exhibition, we have specially prepared a Guide for Educators for free download and use prior to your visit.
Want to learn more about the artworks placed around the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre? Apart from Sculpture Walk @ SCCC, there are paintings in the Centre for you to discover.
Download an activity booklet of your choice and be inspired by the cultural elements at play, as seen through the eyes of local artists.
These booklets were conceptualised and designed by Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts Year 2 Art Teaching students from August to November 2019. Written especially for 13 to 14 years old, they serve as a self-guiding tool for visitors to better appreciate the artworks in the Centre.
In our SINGAPO人 exhibition, we explore our distinctive Chinese Singaporean culture through food, language and customs.
To equip preschool educators with the skills to teach about Chinese Singaporean themes, we have collaborated with Ngee Ann Polytechnic Chinese Media & Communication to develop age-appropriate resources such as The Learning Kid!
The Learning Kid was developed by Year 3 Chinese Media & Communication students, Ler Si Xian, Lau Mei Yue, Wei Xinyu, Quek Xin Hui Amelia and Adrian Tay Qi Yuan, and is a kit with sensory materials such as handmade puppets, story-telling cards and yusheng “ingredients”. First piloted with seven preschool centres over multiple sessions from May to June 2019, this kit is a final creation after many prototypes.
Preschool educators may use The Learning Kid prior to or after your visit to the SINGAPO人 exhibition.
Email [email protected] to request for use of this kit.
Please note that The Learning Kid can only be used in the Centre.
Download the Teacher’s Manual which consists of Lesson Plans and resources to be used together with The Learning Kid.
The JangandFox comic series explores the 10 values cherished by the Chinese — Loyalty (忠), Filial Piety (孝), Kindness (仁), Love (爱), Courtesy (礼), Righteousness (义), Honesty (廉), Shame (耻), Thrift (俭), and Perseverance (毅). These values are depicted by adorable characters that bring these values to life!
How can the discovery of Chinese Singaporean culture help students connect with their identity as Singaporeans? In our SINGAPO人 exhibition, students will be able to learn about all these and more through food, language and customs.
The Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre is also a learning journey site for your students.
Read more about how you can design better learning experiences for your students through the National Education Resource Guide 2020 at go.gov.sg/ne-guide-2020.