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Address: 900 New Upper Changi Road, Singapore 467354
Phone: +65 6479 6252
Email: enquiry@apsn.org.sg

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Address: 10 Ang Mo Kio Street 54 Singapore 569184
Phone: +65 6456 6922
Email: cys@apsn.org.sg

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Address: 900 New Upper Changi Road Singapore 467354
Phone: +65 6445 8027
Email: ks@apsn.org.sg

APSN Tanglin School

Address: 143 Alexandra Road Singapore 159924
Phone: +65 6475 1511
Email: ts@apsn.org.sg

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Address: 3 Choa Chu Kang Grove Singapore 688237
Phone: +65 6276 3818
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Address: 11 Jalan Ubi Block 4, #01-31 Singapore 409074
Phone: +65 6346 2425
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Address: 10 Ang Mo Kio Street 54 Singapore 569184
Phone: +65 6637 9812
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APSN Tanglin School

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Curriculum Framework

Key Learning Areas

School-Home-Community Partnership

Co-Curricular Activities (CCAs)

Allied Professional Services

APSN Tanglin School Graduation and Prize Giving Ceremony 2022

Our Secondary 4 students at APSN Tanglin School deserved a grand ceremony for their graduation. Graced by Dr. Anthony Fok, (Vice Chairman of APSN Education Services) as the Guest-Of-Honour, community partners and parents, it was a time to celebrate, to reflect, to honour the students’ accomplishments and to share memories of their 4 years’ educational journey in the school. Our very best wishes to all our graduands, as they move on to becoming young adults. We are so proud of their achievements.

Celebrating the Festival of Lights @ APSN Tanglin School

This year, the Deepavali celebration was back with a bang! The festivity was made extra special as guests from Rainbow Centre Margaret School joined in the celebration.

The celebration was organised by students as part of a new initiative in Tanglin School – Project-Based Learning. Students, regardless of their support needs, were encouraged to be self-directed learners, engaged in the planning and implementation of the celebration.

The celebration has fostered meaningful interaction amongst our students and guests.  Our student organizers experienced a sense of accomplishment as they contributed meaningfully, revealing hidden talents. This boosted the students’ confidence and this celebration would be one which they would cherish.

APSN Tanglin School Open House 2022

With the easing of the COVID-19 restrictions, APSN Tanglin School opened its doors to parents and caregivers of prospective students on Saturday, 24 September 2022. Themed “New Chapter Awaits”, the Open House offered an overview of the school’s academic and non-academic programmes as well as the educational pathways available for new students. The guests embarked on a school tour where they underwent a series of experiential activities pertaining to the Arts, Information and Communications Technology and Vocational Education.

During the tour, guests gave a shot at creating CD art and terrarium, which they were able to take home as mementos. They also viewed the exhibits that were put up by the Academic and Non-Academic departments. Staff from the Allied Professional Services and representatives from the Parent Support Group were also present on site to address any queries or concerns from the parents and caregivers. Just before they bade farewell to the event, the guests were treated to a mini showcase by the Latin Dance and Silat performers from the Performing Arts Co-Curricular Activities.

Tanglin School is certainly looking forward to welcoming its new intake of Secondary One students next year and unveiling new chapters together as one Tanglin School!

Teacher’s Day Celebration 2022

Celebrating Teacher’s Day at APSN Tanglin School is not just an annual event. It is about affirming the heart work of every educator in the school and their efforts in discovering the true potential of our students and empowering them to be valued members of society. We honour our Teachers’ love and care for their students, and to convey the message that we care for them too. Celebrating Teacher’s Day is also the recognition of the devotion, where teachers assume the responsibility selflessly of educating their students academically, socially as well as morally. Happy Teacher’s Day!

Gear Up! Let’s Get DigiFIT 2022

APSN Tanglin School innovatively incorporated technology to promote fitness and physical activities amongst the students. During the last few weeks of Semester 1, students were engaged in a variety of motion-based fitness activities with the use of interactive technology such as the Ring Fit Adventure on the Nintendo Switch and an IOS application called Active Arcade. Students displayed excellent sportsmanship and demonstrated the values of resilience and respect for one another as they gear up and become digitally fit.

Parents’ Caregivers’ Appreciate Day 2022

It was a day to remember for Tanglin School’s staff, parents, caregivers and students as they spent a Saturday afternoon at the Parents’ Caregivers’ Appreciation Day 2022. The theme for this year is “A Tribe’s Journey: Learning, Playing, Bonding”, and the event indeed fulfilled the theme! Thank you to all parents, caregivers and students who participated in the event and may you continue to learn, play and bond as a family!

aMATHzing Championship 2022

aMATHzing Championship 2022 was held at APSN Tanglin School on 18 May 2022. The event has provided students the opportunities to apply concepts learnt during Numeracy lessons in an authentic and engaging way as well as to generalise Numeracy concepts learnt across different settings. Themed Numeracy Experiential Day 2022: Grand Prix F1 Championship @ TS, students competed in the different activities across their level. This is an authentic learning approach in education that enables students to explore, discuss and meaningfully construct concepts and relationships in contexts that involve real-world situations that are relevant to them.

APSN Tanglin School Multimedia Club 3D Project 2022

The Design Thinking approach empowers students at APSN Tanglin School (TS) to realize their innovative ideas into reality. A combination of divergent and convergent thinking has enabled our students to think out of the box to problem-solve creatively with confidence and resilience. Students from TS Multimedia Club incorporated design thinking with 3D technology to transform empty filament spools into clocks that will be used in all classrooms including the Principal’s office.

Parent Handbook on Learning with a Personal Learning Device

Parent Kit on Cyber Wellness for Your Child

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2021

Recipient of Goh Chok Tong Enable Awards (Promising Award) – Megan Tang Su-Ann

Recipient of Lee Kuan Yew Exemplary Student Award –  Ng Yi Gui

Recipient of MOE Masters Scholarship in Special Education – Ms Araxes Ang

Recipient of Listening Educator for Advancement and Progress (LEAP) Award – Miss Aznita Bte Md AminCommunity in Bloom (CIB) Awards 2021

  • Diamond Award
  • Outstanding Educational Community Garden Award
  • Platinum Banding (Educational Institution)
2020

National Youth Achievement Awards – 9 Silver and 10 Bronze awardsLee Kuan Yew Exemplary Student Award –  Fizzy Ezlyana Bte Md BegamRecipient of MOE Masters Scholarship in Special Education – Mr Kenneth LaiResearch & Case Studies

  • Seeing & Listening: A fusion of art and music education by Ms Karen Zainal and Ms Rena Ng
  • Cyber Wellness Adventure Virtual Reality Game by ICT Department
  • My AI Buddy (MAIB) by Allied Professional Department
  • Lesson Study: Much Ado about Nothing? by Ms Mardiana, Ms Karen Zainal and Ms Araxes Ang
  • Growing a community of artists in changing times: Re-imagining art education for students with special needs by Ms Karen Zainal

A sample of the expressive language performance of 7 to 21 years old APSN students (with and without co-morbid Autism Spectrum Disorder) on the Singapore English Action Picture Test by Ms Elizabeth Mui/TS and Ms Wendy Yeo/DSS

2019

School Green Award – Yellow FlameNational Youth Achievement Awards – 10 Bronze and 1 Silver Awards

Lee Kuan Yew Exemplary Student Awards – Ahmad Mudzafar Bin Mazli

Star Raft Award from Seisa University Yokohama – Enabling Students with Intellectual Disability to Express, Enrich and Empower with Music Technology

Play Inclusive (Football) – 2 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze medals

Play Inclusive (Floorball) – 1 gold, 2 silver medals

Play Inclusive (Badminton) – 1 gold, 1 silver medals

SDSC 47th National Athletics Championships – 2 gold, 1 silver medals

National School Games Track & Field Championship – 2 gold, 1 silver medals

SDSC Haw Par Youth Para Swimming Championships 2019 – 7 gold, 6 silver, 4 bronze medals

Special Olympics Singapore Swimming Competition 2019 – 6 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze medals

2018

Outstanding SPED Teacher Commendation Award – Ms Mardiana Binte Mohamed Ithnin

MOE SPED Master Scholarship Recipient – Mr Kenneth Lai Chen-Ning

MOE-NCSS Innovation Commendation Award – Make Learning Real with Augmented Reality

Community in Bloom Ambassador Award – Mr Andy Ang Hock Seng

Lee Kuan Yew Exemplary Student Awards – Lim Wen Faye, Tammy

Haw Par National Youth Para Swimming Championships 2018 – 8 golds, 8 silvers and 2 bronzes

SG National Games 2018
• Swimming – 3 gold, 1 silver and 3 bronze medals
• Athletics – 800m: 1 silver and 1 bronze medals; 400m: 1 gold and 1 bronze medals

2017

Lee Kuan Yew Exemplary Student Awards – Muhammad Raziq Bin Azran

Singapore Book of Records – The Most Number of People Doing Aluminium Tooling

2016

Listening Educator for Advancement and Progress Award (LEAP Award) – Mr Andy Ang Hock Seng

2015

Star Raft Awards – Transforming Passive Learners to Active Creators with 3D Technology

2014

Outstanding SPED Teacher Awards (OSTA) – Mrs Fanny Ong

2012

Outstanding SPED Teacher Awards (OSTA) – Mdm Asmah Abdul Khamid

2011

Outstanding SPED Teacher Awards (OSTA) – Ms Wong Wai Sian

2010

Futsal Challenge – Overall Champion (Boys under 17)Inaugural

SPED Schools Swimming Championship – Overall Champion

Outstanding SPED Teacher Awards (OSTA) – Ms Azlia Irny Amin Iskak & Ms Jeyashini Kanagarajah

Outstanding SPED Teacher Commendation Award – Ms Ho Lai Mern

2009

MOE – NCSS Innovation Award: Tanglin Business Entrepreneurship Project

MOE – NCSS Outstanding SPED Teacher Award: Ms Linda Tan

Star Raft Award from Asian Resource Centre, Asian Federation on Intellectual Disabilities: Illustrate Your Imagination (A Digital Literacy Programme)

2008

National Youth Achievement Award – Bronze

Singapore Soccer Challenge – ‘A’ Division Overall Champion

Microsoft Realizing Potential Charity Futsal – Champion (Junior)

Microsoft Realizing Potential Charity Futsal – Water Soccer Champion

2007

SAFRACS Mini Futsal Competition – Champion and 2nd Runner-up

Phone +65 6475 1511
Fax +65 6472 0408
Email ts@apsn.org.sg
Principal Mrs Liza Ow
Address 143 Alexandra Road
Singapore 159924

Our Accomplishments

At APSN Tanglin School (TS), students have the opportunity to participate in various co-curriculum activities in sports, visual arts, and performing arts, as well as showcase their talent through competitions and public performances. These opportunities allow our students to develop self-confidence and belief in themselves.

Succeeding beyond APSN Tanglin School

#ourAPSNstories Hay Qing Hui

Hay Qing Hui, an alumnus of APSN Tanglin School (TS), saw a whole new world of opportunities after his transfer to APSN TS. Now an instructor aide at the school, Qing Hui encourages his students not to give up, because everyone can excel.

#ourAPSNstories Goh Yu Xiang

Anyone who wants to learn deserves the change to learn. Goh Yu Xiang, an alumnus of APSN Tanglin School (TS), is currently an instructor aide at the school. After participating in a sushi course, she aspires to become a sushi artist someday. Yu Xiang inspires her students through her passion to pursue and achieve their dreams.

#ourAPSNstories Nurul Atikah Binte Azmi

Nurul Atikah Binte Azmi, an alumnus of APSN Tanglin School (TS), is just differently abled. In 2013, she is one of five speed skaters who represented Singapore at the Special Olympics World Winter Games. Two years later, despite being the youngest, Atikah went on to lead the football team at the Special Olympics World Summer Games. She is an inspiration to young people as well as the students in APSN TS.

 

 

Exploring Possibilities – Living Goals

It’s not all work and no play at APSN Tanglin School. Check out some of the fun and educational learning activities that build essential life skills in the students. These skills are vital in enabling students to be able to lead dignified and independent lives upon graduation and participate in home and community activities.

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Character and Citizenship Education – The Foundation

As the foundation for values-based special education, Character and Citizenship Education at APSN Tanglin School is the endeavour to foster the development of socially responsible and caring citizens.

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Exploring Possibilities – Learning Goals

Learning is much more meaningful through exploration, experiments, and positive play experiences.

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Information Communication Technology – The Enabler

Technology has become a way of life. Information Communication Technology (ICT) in APSN Tanglin School provides opportunities for students to be independent and self-determined and transforms the processes in teaching and learning in order to add value to students’ learning.

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Exploring Possibilities – Working Goals

Vocational Education at APSN Tanglin School (TS) trains and prepares students to be work-ready and to participate in authentic work experiences. There are four main tracks of vocational training at APSN TS, namely Food & Beverage (F&B), Hotel & Accommodation Services, Horticulture and Retail Operations. Students embark on work attachment programmes when they are adequately trained.

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Welcome to APSN Tanglin School where the sporting, aesthetic, academic and other achievements of our students and staff are proudly celebrated. We are committed to discovering the innate gifts and talents in our student, nurturing and empowering them to becoming contributing members of society.

Our students have a very strong sense of pride in the school, which is demonstrated in their tireless pursuit in the different domains of the curriculum, a testimony to the passion and dedication of our teachers and staff. We ensure that our curriculum is continuously reviewed and teaching practices constantly improved to engage our students meaningfully. Information Communication Technology (ICT) is a key enabler for teaching and learning while Character & Citizenship Education (CCE) sets the foundation to nurture our students’ character and sense of belonging to the nation.

As you navigate through our school website, you will have a more comprehensive understanding of APSN Tanglin School and the programmes that develop our students holistically. Be immersed in a community of joy and experiences that makes us unique in preparing our students to live, learn and work in the 21st century.

Happy browsing!

Mrs Liza Ow
Principal

APSN TS at a Glance

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