Digital Education

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Self-Directed and Innovative Digital Learners, Responsible Digital Citizens.

To grow the digital capacity of staff and students and support them to embrace technology in seizing richer opportunities for learning, living, working and playing. 

Desired Outcomes of YCKSS Digital Education

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The YCKSS Digital Education encourages the development of the following critical digital literacies:

  • Curationaccess, collate and analyse digital information
  • Creation: innovate and create products/content using digital tools
  • Communication and collaboration: communicate, learn and collaborate through a digital media
  • Computational thinking: investigate and solve problems systematically

Recognising that through the digital tools, students have a window to the world, the YCKSS Digital Education is designed to nurture Responsible Digital Citizens who are able to safeguard the well-being of themselves and others when using digital tools and platforms. 

Key Personnel IC: Mr Desmond Pang [HOD ICT] (ext: 115)

National Digital Literacy Programme (NDLP) @ YCKSS

The NDLP aims to equip our students with key Digital Literacies. 

Digital Literacies better enable our students, at different stages of their education journey, to acquire the digital skills required to navigate the digital age through four mutually reinforcing components in the ‘Find, Think, Apply and Create’ framework. At YCKSS, we have customised this into our Digital Education Framework.

Personal Learning Device (PLD) for Secondary School Students

After careful considerations based on portability, durability and T&L affordance, the PLD selected for use at YCKSS is the Apple iPad (2021 9th Generation) with the accompanying Apple Pencil and Keyboard Combo.
The device will be used to facilitate an environment that encourages personalised learning where students will be engaged in technology-enabled active learning activities using the iPad.

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Warranty and Insurance

The device bundle that students will be purchasing will come with 3-Year AppleCare+ Warranty and 3-Year Insurance:

Insurance Coverage


  • Fire
  • Lightning
  • Power Surges
  • Accidental Damage e.g water spillage, drop, etc.
  • Theft due to forcible entry
  • Robbery  
* Accidental loss will not be covered by insurance.

2 repairs or 1 replacement

(3-year insurance)

Purchase of PLD

Singapore Citizen students can use their available Edusave balance to pay for the PLD after setting aside provision for payment of 2nd tier miscellaneous fees. MOE has provided a one-off Edusave top-up of $200 in 2020, to all eligible Singaporean students in primary and secondary schools. This is on top of the annual Edusave contribution of $290 for secondary students and $230 for primary students. Please note that it is compulsory for all existing students on the MOE Financial Assistance Scheme to use their Edusave to pay for the PLD, after subsidies have been granted.

Subsidies are available for students who require financial assistance to purchase a PLD. Students under the MOE Financial Assistance Scheme for the year will automatically be subsidised for the PLD. Students who are currently not under the MOE Financial Assistance Scheme may apply for additional subsidy if their Gross Household Income (GHI) is $4,000 or less, or Per Capita Income (PCI) is $1,000 or less. “PCI” refers to the Gross Household Income divided by the total number of family members in the household. Students can collect the application form at the General Office.

Device Management Application (DMA)

To support the use of the PLD in the classroom, as well as safeguard students’ cyber wellness, the PLD will be pre-installed with a DMA.

Responsible Use of the PLD

The school has in place measures to enable a safe and seamless learning environment for students. 


The role of the parent is also key in partnering the school to support your child. Parents could refer to the school's Digital Wellness Policy (DWP) when helping to manage your child’s use of digital devices and platforms. The policy will help your child to understand digital wellness matters and to enable a conducive learning environment. The DWP can be found in the YCKSS Digital Student Handbook 2022


The Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) sets out the rules and regulations that govern the use of PLD by students. This policy will serve to ensure the safe and secure use of the device, and facilitate effective learning with technology. The AUP can be found in the YCKSS Digital Student Handbook 2022.

Parents/Guardians can refer to the following materials for additional information on the NDLP:

For further clarifications, please contact the following personnel:

For programme matters
Mr Desmond Pang (HOD ICT)
Mr Brandon Chin (SH Digital Learning)
6456 0669 (ext. 115)
6456 0669 (ext. 136)

For financial & subsidy matters
Ms Zama Bte Adim (Admin Executive)
6456 0669 (ext. 103)
For Edusave balance
MOE Hotline
6260 0777

G-Suite for Education Workshop

The workshop seeks to equip students with the knowledge and skills in using G-suite for Education to communicate and collaborate with their peers, as well as to co-create digital products. 

Through the programme,
    • Students learnt about the basic operations and features of a Chromebook.
    • Students gained awareness of the useful features in Google Docs, Sheets and Slides.
    • Students acquired key skills in the use of Google Docs, Sheets and Slides to create digital products in collaboration with their peers.


IMDA Lab on Wheels @ YCKSS

The programme ignites students’ passion for technology via engaging and experiential activities and encourages creators and makers of technology to be creative and daring to explore.   

Students had the opportunity to try and experiment with the various cool new tech exhibits on board such as Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity, and learnt about how these technologies can be useful in everyday lives.



Digital Wellness

The annual YCKSS Cyber Wellness Week provides a platform for students to advocate and raise awareness of key cyber wellness messages among their peers.
Organised by the team of Cyber Wellness Student Ambassadors, the activities include:
    • Morning assembly programmes through student-led presentations, videos and quizzes
    • Booths & activities during recess and after school
    • Poster displays around our school and classrooms 
    • Cyber wellness booth by Fei Yue Community Services