Digital Lifeskills Programme (DLP)

Broad Outcomes:

Our Digital Lifeskills Programme is designed to shape Frontierers as adaptable designers in the 21st Century.  The lessons are structured to expose pupils to various technology domains and skill sets at different levels, suitable for their learning. Pupils will be able to demonstrate 21st Century Competencies through computational thinking and thinking skills by the end of their primary school journey. Through these programmes, pupils are also encouraged to think creatively, reason systematically and work collaboratively, which are essential life skills in the 21st century.
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Primary 2 pupils will get to learn basic block-based programming as well as the introduction of Words. These sessions will be infused into their PAL lessons. Primary 3 pupils will be introduced to Maker Education during P3 SCCA while the. Primary 4 pupils will try their hands at programming a robot using intermediate block-based programming. The Primary 5 pupils will be learning basic and intermediate coding, where they will learn to program a machine. The Primary 6 pupils will be learning to code, program and create a simple application.
Overview of the Coding Programme for P2 to P6 Pupils
Game Development with Scratch Jr
Maker Education
Code For Fun with Sphero
Internet Of Things With Micro:Bit (IoT)
App Development with MIT App Inventor
Proposed Term
Term 4 (During PAL)
Term 1 (during SCCA)
Term 1
Term 2
Term 4 (post-PSLE)
3 x 1.5 hours
2 x 2 hours
2 x 5 hours
2 x 5 hours
2 x 5 hours
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