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Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

ICT Curriculum Framework

In Kranji Primary School, we believe in preparing our students to be future-ready champions in life. Therefore, the ICT department aims to create an ICT enriched environment, providing opportunities for our students to be joyful and responsible digital learners through a range of quality learning experiences with technology. 

Our school’s ICT literacy programme is built on MOE’s standards of new media literacy and includes the skills, knowledge, attitudes and values (SKAV) that students should apply and demonstrate when harnessing ICT for learning and interacting. The new ICT baseline standards are: curating digital content; connecting and communicating digitally; and creating digital multimodal products.


Department Pedagogy

With the introduction of the Student Learning Space (SLS), learning with technology in Kranji Primary School is guided by the SLS Pedagogical Scaffold which enables teachers to design technology-enabled learning experiences to enhance students’ learning.

In designing learning with technology, teachers consider the following student-centric active learning process while planning a technology-enabled lesson:


Activate Learning

  • How will students’ focus and interest be oriented towards the learning objectives?

Promote Thinking and Discussion

  • How will students think about ideas and concepts?
  • What skills and processes will students perform?
  • How will students build on their current understanding?

Facilitate Demonstration of Learning

  • How will students demonstrate their understanding and new learning?

Monitor and Provide Feedback

  • How can students’ learning be advanced?

Level Programmes

Our ICT programmes across P1 to P6 aims to equip every student with the fundamental ICT skills and literacy to be a future-ready individual. Through the introduction of computational thinking and the infusion of new media literacies into different disciplines, the programme sets out to achieve the following objectives, where students are able to:

1. Acquire and apply technical skills to create digital content

2. Demonstrate 21st CC through self-directed and collaborative learning

3. Develop computational thinking and problem-solving skills



ICT Skills

Integration of ICT into curricular and co-curricular subjects


Level 1:


Basic touch-typing and Exposure to Basic Coding




·       Basic touch-typing

·       Basic use of MS Word

·       Ozobot (color programming)

Student Learning Space (SLS)


iMTL Portal




Mobile Learning Trail


Moo-O (EL reading programme) – new!


Mobile Photography


Manga Art


Garage Band


iPad apps for T&L


Resource Library




·       Basic touch-typing for MT

·       Advanced use of MS Word

·       Locating online information

·      Scratch Junior (block programming)

·   Basic robotics with WeDo & Strawbees


Level 2:


Basic Google Apps and Basic/Intermediate Coding


·       Basic google apps (doc, slides & site)

·      Sending emails with attachments

·  Scratch programming (block programming)


·       Basic google apps (doc, slides, & site)

·      Micro:bits 1 (applied learning)


Level 3:


Advanced Google Apps and Applied Learning in Problem Solving




·       Advanced google apps (doc, slides, excel & site)

·       Data logging

·       Micro:bits 2 (applied learning with peripherals)


·       Advanced google apps (doc, slides, excel & site)

·       Code for Fun with Sphero


CCA (Digital Media Club)


Ø  Robotics / Animation Enrichment Programmes

Ø  Hour of Code Activities

Ø  Apple (Swift Playgrounds)

Ø  Apple (Swift Playgrounds for micro:bit)

Ø  Game creation using Scratch, 3D Hive

Ø  Video-taking and editing with iMovie

Ø  Participation in relevant tech exhibitions and competition


Students in Action!

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ICT Facilities

The school has three computer laboratories and three mobile carts equipped with laptops optimised for teaching and learning purposes. Students and teachers also have access to the use of iPads, chromebooks, galaxy tabs for mobile learning to take place. A wireless network is in place to further enhance students' learning and teachers are able to conduct lessons anywhere in our school using these devices.

In collaboration with both the instructional and non-instructional programmes, students have opportunities to enhance their learning experience in an ICT-empowered learning environment, helping them to become innovative, confident and  independent learners.

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