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sKy Leaders Programme
sKy Leaders Programme
The sKy leaders programme is a talent development programme targeted to stretch the potential of high-achieving students by providing them with opportunities to extend their academic and leadership abilities. The acronym, sKy, stands for Values, Knowledge and Competency, corresponding respectively to the focus of the programmes for our Secondary One, Two and Three sKy Leaders.
This year, in collaboration with the Service Learning Club, the sKy leaders successfully organised the inaugural National Youth Environment Conference (NYEC). The two-day virtual conference involved over 400 students and teachers from all over Singapore. Mr Manuel Pulgar-Vidal, Global Leader of Climate & Energy at the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), was our guest of honour.
Tan Shan Jing, 409
During the CnME module, Young Diplomats in Action, the Secondary Three sKy Leaders learnt about world issues and the process of participating in a Model United Nations Conference.
Group photo for UN-Water committee
“I learnt essential skills such as critical thinking while trying to solve the global issues of today. I enjoyed the rich sharing and discussion with the other delegates, and it was rewarding to come up with solutions that would benefit the countries that we represented.”
Choi Hae In, 310
Students also participated in the Harvard Innovation Challenge (HIC) SEA 2020, where they put into action the research and debating skills they had developed from the programme.
"During HIC, my group discussed solutions to alleviate poverty among refugees in Malaysia. I learnt how to take different perspectives of problems, determine the root of the issue and consider the trade-offs for different solutions. The sKy Leaders programme was an enjoyable journey for me. It has definitely broadened my horizons."
Ellen Zhang, 304
“From the workshop, I learned how to identify challenges of a real-world scenario and come up with solutions. As a group we then used a variety of choice ranking tools to select a proposed solution. By analysing the limitations of our proposed solution, we were then able to come up with an outline for our action plan for the project.”
"SMUN was an invigorating and novel experience. The pace of the Crisis Committee is unparalleled by any other committees, with constant diplomatic lobbying, politicking and constructive debates. I enjoyed the volatility and uncertainty that came with the ever-evolving crisis situation."
We look forward to more enriching and exciting learning experiences for our sKy Leaders in the future!