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Value In Action (VIA)

Values in Action (VIA) are learning experiences that support students’ development as socially responsible citizens who contribute meaningfully to the community, through the learning and application of values, knowledge and skills.

VIA fosters student ownership over how they contribute to the community. As part of VIA, students reflect on their experience, the values they have put into practice, and how they can continue to contribute meaningfully.

In alignment to Assumption English School’s values to develop our Assumptionknights to be compassionate and empathetic contributors to the society, the VIA programme is a multi-prong approach which builds on progressive and engaging experiences of our students as they move on from year to year.

Assumption English School uses a multi-prong approach in VIA based on:

Theme

School and Environment

Sec 3: Intergenerational Bonding

Sec 4/5: Guiding Juniors for Flag Day

Level

School Initiated

School / Student Initiated

S1

S2

Upper Sec VIA

VIA Level Outcome

Students will develop social-consciousness in terms of a sense of belonging in the context of improving the environment within the school community.`

Students will develop environmental consciousness through creating awareness and being involved in environmental efforts within the neighbourhood.

Students will develop a strong sense of belonging to Singapore and a strong sense of national identity to be committed to improve the well-being of the elderly community through intergenerational bonding activities.

Students, equipped with the relevant skills will gain experience in serving, and will be able to apply them to embark on projects of other causes.

School-wide VIA

Boys’ Town Flag Day

St Gabriel’s Foundation Flag Day

Appreciation of Unsung Heroes


  • VIA contribution is recorded in their individual CCA-VIA records and used for LEAPS assessment of their CCA grade upon their graduation.
  • Additional hours will be credited to students for VIA activities and other self-volunteering opportunities subjected to the proper documentation by the external organisations submitted to the VIA Committee for approval and recording.