- River Valley High School, Singapore
Infobox Singapore School
name = River Valley High School (RVHS)
motto = 立德立功，化愚化顽
We shall uphold virtues and contribute to society. Through personal growth, we shall guide others in the quest for knowledge and wisdom.
established = 1956
type = Autonomous Secondary
session = Single session
principal = Ms Ek Soo Ben 易素雯
city/town = Malan Road (temporary site till 2009)
Jalan Boon Lay
school code = 3103
colours = Blue, White, Red
homepage = [http://www.rvhs.moe.edu.sg/ Link]
River Valley High School (RVHS) is a SAP secondary school in
Founded in 1956, River Valley High School (RV) was the first Chinese secondary school set up by the government. Initially known as the Singapore Government Chinese Middle School when it occupied the premises of Seng Poh Primary School, it was renamed Queenstown Government Chinese Middle School when it moved to Strathmore Avenue.
It admitted its first batch of English stream pupils when it was selected as one of the nine Special Assistance Plan (SAP) schools in 1979. It shifted from River Valley to West Coast in December 1986. Due to the smaller school campus at the West Coast site, the school became a double session school. It reverted to a single session school in 1993 after adding new blocks to the West Coast site. It was among the first six schools in Singapore to assume the ascendance to autonomous status in 1994.
Starting from 2006, the school will offer the River Valley Integrated Programme (RVIP), where pupils do not take the GCE 'O' Level Examinations and go on straight to prepare for the GCE 'A' Levels Examinations.
Since its establishment, River Valley High School has had seven principals, including the current one. They are:
*Mr Sun Yat Sun 孙一尘 (1956-1960)
*Mr Lim Hui Eng 林惠瀛 (1960-1962)
*Mr Wong Cheong Chie 王昌稚 (1962-1964)
*Mr Wong Bing Chie 王炳绩 (1964-1974)
*Mdm Leong Fan Chin 梁环清 (1974-1993)
*Mr Tham Tuck Meng 谭德明 (1993-2003)
*Ms Ek Soo Ben 易素雯 (2003-)
The current Vice-Principals are:
*Mr Chua Kah Sheng
*Mdm So Kah Lay
RV recognises strong leaders who had helped chart the directions for the school's future. Mdm Leong was the first of the leaders who put the school firmly on the excellence track. The school has a special fund named after her to help needy pupils. Mr Tham Tuck Meng (Principal), Miss Ek Soo Ben (Principal and Vice Principal) and Mr Martin Koh (Vice Principal) were also instrumental in achieving excellence for RV. All three principals were presented the RV Award of Excellence (Leadership), the highest award that the school presents that recognises excellence in leadership.
The River Valley High School school song is one of the few Chinese school songs still present in Singapore.
It represents the heritage of the school and the aspirations of the founders' hopes in educating the next generation. Student are reminded to bring glory to the school through excellence in both academics and behaviour.
The school song is written in
literary chinese, giving a poetic touch to the school song. The lyrics are written in verses of four characters, a parallel to chinese idioms. However the last phrase is not in tandem with the rest of the song. The last phrase is made up of 2 lines of 6 characters each, making it irregular in accordance to traditional Chinese literary rules.
The River Valley High School Song:
It is from this song that the school motto, 立德立功 化愚化顽, came about.
West Coast Road
The school was housed at along West Coast Road from 1986 to 2004. The campus was taken over from a previous junior college, after an extension to the facilities by an auditorium, a special function rooms block and a new classroom block. The auditorium was able to house over 2000 students at any one time and was the centrepiece of events held within the school. A smaller multi-purpose hall on top of the canteen supplemented the multi-purpose hall as another gathering location for the students.
The school garden is in the heart of the school, and is an integral part of the aesthetics of the school. Group pictures are often taken at the garden (other than formal shots which are usually taken outside the school archives or the car porch infornt of the auditorium).
The school directly faced the
Pandan Reservoir, the running track around the perimeter of the reservoir offered an ideal location for the school to hold its runs and Physical Education sessions. It had 3 basketball courts and a football field complete with a gymnasium.
The School building was selected for upgrading under the Ministry of Education's PRIME program in 2004.
When the campus at West Coast road was selected for PRIME in 2004, the school shifted its location to a temporary holding school in Commonwealth. It operated at the location from 2005 to the middle of 2006. In the middle of 2006, the school announced its
RVIP programmeand was allocated a brand new building in Boon Lay for that purpose. The school then shifted its location again to Malan Road at the former Saint Andrew's Junior College, a larger campus so that the school could house its larger student body till the new building in Boon Lay is completed.
The school is now situated in a holding site at the former
Saint Andrew's Junior Collegecampus at Malan Road. It will be situated there for a few years until the construction of their permanent compound in Boon Layis completed.
The school will relocate to a new campus situated in Boon Lay. The construction of this new campus will take approximately about 4-5 years, and will be ready in the year 2010. The
Boon Laycompound will be large enough to house six cohorts of students. (due to the RVIP Programme)
The groundbreaking ceremony for the new campus took place on 16th January 2008.
Red: symbolises radiance, progress and vitality
Blue: symbolises steadfastness, graciousness and serenity
White: symbolises purity and receptiveness to innovation
The school uniform is unique to River Valley High School, one of the most outstanding and identifiable uniform designs in Singapore. The uniform is all white, with a school logo at the front left chest that reads RV in red and blue - the school colours.
Girls wear a pinafore that is uncommon in other schools. The pinafore is single piece, with short sleeves and a belt. This differs greatly from other schools which adopts pinafore as a uniform for girls, which have uniforms that are sleeveless with or without a shirt inside. This makes the River Valley High School girl's uniform unique, making them one of the most identifiable in Singapore. Some girls choose to wear shorts underneath.
The belt is affixed at the waist level. It used to be a separate piece from the uniform, but since 2003, it had been sewn on to the uniform at the back, due to concerns over school image when girls take off their belts out of school and allowing the uniform to look baggy.
The girls are also issued with a blue skirt, currently used as casual wear, with their own CCA T-shirt or the standard PE T-shirt. From year 4 onwards, girls wear uniforms of a new design as required for the RVIP programme. It consists of a white top with a blue skirt.
Boys in River Valley High School wears a uniform that consists of a bush-jacket and a pair of shorts, for students up to Year 3. From Year 4 onwards, boys wear uniforms of a new design as required for the RVIP programme.
The uniform also contains 6 pockets; 3 on the bush-jacket, 2 on the front of the shorts and one at the left breast. The letters 'RV' are present on the left chest pocket.
In the 1970s and 1980s when River Valley High School conducted pre-university classes, the Pre-University boys wore long pants to differentiate them from secondary school boys. With the introduction of the RVIP programme, students from Years 4-6 are required to purchase uniforms of a new design, consisting of a white top with a white long pants. They are required to put on a collar pin to differentiate themselves from other secondary schools.
River Valley High School uniforms takes on a unique feature of traditional Chinese schools. It uses metal buttons instead of normal plastic ones. The metal buttons consists of 2 parts, the button and the ring. The button is a mushroom-shaped piece that consists of a shield and a tail that has a ring at the bottom. There is an inscription of the words 立化 in calligraphic writing on the surface of the shield. The button is removable from the uniform.
River Valley High School is one of the few schools left with such a design of buttons. The buttons are removable. However, since 2004, the buttons have been changed to plastic button and sewn on the clothes itself. Nevertheless the inscriptions still remains on the buttons to retain the school identity which is much displayed by the school's one-of-a-kind uniform girls use 5 metal buttons for the uniforms (3 for the front and 2 for the shoulder flaps) and boys use 6 or 7 metal buttons (4 or 5 for the front and 2 for the shoulder flaps) as their uniform is untucked and longer.
River Valley High School also has another unique feature of traditional Chinese schools - the two shoulder flaps. Traditional Chinese schools award ranks to the students according to their achievement and seniority, and these shoulder flaps, like military uniforms, are used to hold rank slides that denotes their ranks. Since the abolition of this system, the shoulder flaps serves no major purposes, but instead is reminiscent of its roots as a traditional Chinese school; an identity among the Chinese schools.
In recent years, however, the shoulder flaps have found new uses to hold insignias - rings made of cloth material with different colours. The insignias identify key appointment holders in the school, with each colour denoting a type of appointment that they hold:
*Yellow - Class Chairperson
*Blue - CCA President / CCA Vice-President
*Green - Student Councilor
*Red - Student Councilor, Executive Council (EX-CO)
*Green over Red - Vice-President of Student Council
*Red over Green - President of Student Council
This makes key appointment holders understand and identify themselves as leaders of the school. This also allows the Secondary One students to better know who they can look for help with.
Students of the school also wear collar pins on the left collar. The collar pin usually consists of 2 pins, one of which is the school pin and the other is their CCA pin. This helps the students identify themselves strongly as a member of the school and their CCA. One can easily identify which CCA a particular student belongs to by just looking at the collar pin. Performing arts groups, being the niche of the school, have another unique feature to the collar pin - a tail at the back of the pin. Some CCAs do not have a collar pin.
The school collar pin is worn above the CCA collar pin (with the exception of NCC and NPCC as their CCA pin contains the national crest and thus have to be placed above the school pin).
Student councillors, class leaders and CCA leaders have the appropriate wording 'Student Council', 'Class Leader' or 'CCA Leader' inscribed on their school collar pin.
River Valley High School has had a culture unique to itself for the past 2 decades. Graduates from River Valley High School is often viewed as having a special trait that identifies them as alumnis of the school.
River Valley High School, being a
Special Assistance Planschool, have a very strong Chinese environment. Chinese language, culture and history is often emphasized in River Valley High School. All students are compulsory offering Higher Chinese through their 4 years, Chinese culture lessons in lower secondary with an option for Chinese Literature in upper secondary. All students and staff of River Valley High School are fully competent in both English and Chinese. This special trait of River Valley High School is expressed in many ways, examples being the national pledge is recited in both English and Chinese, and speeches during major events are given in English, and then repeated in Chinese.
This kind of environment inoculates the students in a literary environment, where Chinese is a common medium of communication between the students, and sometimes even between the students and the teachers (during off-lessons hours).
RV Cultural Night
Once an event to celebrate half-decade anniversaries, the flagship product of RV's performing arts niche achieved a higher level when it became a bi-annual event for the school to showcase the dazzle and standard of its performing arts groups.
The RV cultural night is usually a 2-day event spanning a weekend during the second term of the schooling year. It features performances put up by the various performing arts groups of the school, and frequently roping in the help of ELDDS and CLDDS to put up theatrical performances such as drama.
The 2 days are usually differentiated by theme, often one being Asian and the other being international. This allows the performing arts groups to experiment with new styles of performances, and also enhances the flexibility of the performing arts groups to be able to adapt to a myriad of themes and styles. The dazzling performances of the groups often impress the public, both in a casual and a professional aspect.
River Valley High School have always been among the top performers in Singapore in the General Cambridge Examinations 'O' Levels. Its academic niche has always been the sciences and mathematics-related subjects.
Traditionally, River Valley High School benchmark its entry cut-off at an aggregate of 258 for the
Primary School Leaving Examination. As River Valley High School have no affiliation (despite sharing the same name as River Valley Primary School, there is no affiliation between River Valley High School and River Valley Primary School), its doors are open to all who can make the mark to enter the school. Appeals are accepted, but the entry aggregate is never below 250, the lowest aggregate required to enter a SAP school.
On top of that, one who is interested in enrolling into River Valley High School must offer Higher Chinese at O Levels. River Valley High School only offers Special Stream, hence making Higher Chinese compulsory. This criteria makes RV almost an exclusively Chinese school, with a few exceptions of other races who offer Higher Chinese. [http://app.sis.moe.gov.sg/schinfo/SIS_SearchDtls.asp] "'
Special Assistant Planand Autonomousschool, the school is able to set its own standards in terms of teaching and testing. The school is adept and well known for teaching a certain topic to a greater depth than that required by the Ministry of Education. This allows the student to understand the topic more thoroughly and thus be able to apply their knowledge in more situations. The examinations in River Valley High School is pitched at a very high standard, challenging the students to think and analyse the situation before being able to come to a conclusion. In RV, this is believed to allow the students to better apply their in-depth knowledge.
There are promotional criteria in RV, combined with a very stringent subject combination selection process. To be promoted from secondary 2 to secondary 3, students must score at least an average GPA [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GPA_in_Singapore] grade of 2 in their overall grade, or 55% and above for all subjects. This ensures that the students are fully able to cope with whatever subjects they are offering, and that they will be able to do their best in the national examinations.
For example, to be able to offer all three sciences in upper secondary, one must achieve at least a total GPA grade of 2.5 in lower secondary. This results in restrictions in subject combinations in the school, but ensures that the students are able to do well.
For the class of 2004, River Valley High School achieved an average L1R5 score of 9.6, placing it at its height for the past ten years. It earned the school a ranking of 5th in Singapore, behind the Big Four Secondary Schools of Singapore (
Raffles Institution, Raffles Girls' School, The Chinese High Schooland Nanyang Girls' High Schoolin chronological order). That is the last time the Ministry of Education ranked schools according to their academic performance.
River Valley High School Integrated Programme (RVIP)
Starting from 2006, River Valley High School will start offering the 6-year
Integrated Programme, allowing its students to take the GCE 'A' level examinations at the end their sixth year in the school. It is also set to offer the Bicultural Studies Programme (Chinese), joining Dunman High School, Hwa Chong Institutionand Nanyang Girls' High School. This programme will groom students with a good foundation in Chinese language, history and culture, and an understanding of contemporary China.
* The RVIP graduate is an independent and passionate learner with a sense of tradition and integrity.
* He possesses strong moral character and uses his talents to serve the community.
* He is effectively bilingual in English and Chinese.
* His global perspective and holistic development facilitate a disposition to embrace new challenges in a changing world. [ [http://www.rvhs.moe.edu.sg/eduplus/schoolWeb/ip/graduate.htm The RVIP Graduate ] ]
The unique features of the RVIP curriculum:
* The RVIP seeks to develop each child holistically and equip him with the requisite ASK: Attitude, Skills and Knowledge. ASK permeates all programmes and is a school-wide effort to encourage the nurturance of good habits of mind, thinking skills and knowledge construction. ASK is not a programme. It is a learning culture, the invisible hand that guides the thinking, planning and implementation of the RVIP curriculum.
* RVIP is delivered through a broad-based and rigorous curriculum, anchored in the design of a process-centred curriculum. This is a pedagogical shift from focusing on content in education to including both content and process. As the pupils learn, they focus their own learning and thinking on why they learn, what they learn and how they learn. At times, they may have to unlearn in order to relearn. Through an inquiry-led process, they seek to form meanings from the various learning opportunities provided in their curriculum.
* As a Special Assistance Plan (SAP) school, we seek to develop all students to be effectively bilingual in English and Chinese as well as nurture a core group to be bicultural in orientation. The move towards a bicultural orientation will provide these students with a strong understanding of China's culture, history and recent developments so that they are in a better position to engage China and the West with confidence. [ [http://www.rvhs.moe.edu.sg/eduplus/schoolWeb/ip/curriculum.htm RVIP Curriculum Framework ] ]
The RVIP curriculum offers 5 different programmes:
The Construct, Integrate, Differentiate (CID) Programme
The Construct, Integrate, Differentiate (CID) Programme is an integrated curriculum that focuses on knowledge construction with differentiation features to cater to the diverse talents and interests of the students.
The CID Programme provides students with opportunities to construct their own learning by integrating knowledge from various disciplines, using modes of inquiry appropriate to the subject or project that they are working on. In the CID Programme, students spend their freed time constructively on inquiry-based and research-oriented project work. Teamwork is emphasised through collaborative and co-operative learning. [ [http://www.rvhs.moe.edu.sg/eduplus/schoolWeb/ip/cid.htm The Construct, Integrate, Differentiate Programme ] ]
CID Extended Learning
After completing work in the Learning Clusters, they are ready to embark on new ventures. The CID Extended Learning is designed with the objectives of providing students with the opportunities to engage in individualised research in an area of strength.
All students must complete coursework in Research Methods and opt to undertake research in one of the following programmes: the Junior Scientists Programme, Innovators Programme, Mathematics Talent Programme and the Explorers Programme.
Students can also seek attachments at the local or overseas institutes for the CID Extended Learning.
The CID Extended Learning also provides students with the requisite ASK to undertake their Project Work in Year 5. They can also opt to study the new subject, "Knowledge and Inquiry" in Year 5 and 6.
*Research Methods CourseThe Research Methods Course is an extension of what the students have learnt in their Learning Clusters but in more depth and using the research method appropriate to the individualised research. Students will learn both quantitative and qualitative methods.
*RVIP SymposiumAfter completion of their work, student will have opportunities to present their research findings at the RVIP Symposium held at the beginning of Year 5. The Symposium will also bring together distinguished speakers who will share on their work and challenges of research with the students.
*Junior Scientist ProgrammeThe Junior Scientists Programme provides students with opportunities to engage in further scientific research in an area of their choice. Students will learn advanced scientific research methods, especially in the biomedical sciences.
*Innovators ProgrammeThe Innovators Programme focuses on idea and product innovation. It seeks to further develop students' interest in the area of creativity in technopreneurship by honing their engineering and design skills in innovation related work.
*Mathematics Talent ProgrammeStudents who excel in Mathematics and are interested in pursuing more demanding coursework can join the Mathematics Talent Programme. Students will progress from Ancient Chinese, Greek, Russian and Egyptian mathematics to modern European and American works on Abstract Algebra, Calculus, Logic and Engineering & Financial Mathematics.
*Explorers ProgrammeThe Explorers Programme is a wide-ranging programme that covers exploration into a student's research interests in the humanities, arts and languages. This Programme extends students' research interest developed from the Learning Clusters for Aesthetics and Language Arts, Humanities and Chinese. Students can opt to work on long-term projects with our local museums, the National Archives, performing arts groups or with the local universities. Opportunities for further learning are provided through overseas exchange programmes in China, Hong Kong, Thailand and Malaysia. [ [http://www.rvhs.moe.edu.sg/eduplus/schoolWeb/ip/cidextend.htm CID Extended Learning ] ]
The Academic Programme allows students to explore both breadth and depth across a range of subjects. Students complete work in the Foundation and Exploration subjects before proceeding to the Consolidation subjects.
Subjects allow students to have a good understanding of the various disciplines: Mathematics, Science,
Aestheticsand Language Arts and the Humanities. New subjects such as Aesthetics, Biomedical Science and Economics may be offered to students. The RVIP is a 6-year course leading to the G.C.E "A" Level Examination. Teacher-mentors will guide the students in their choice of subjects. The table shows the Foundation, Exploration and Consolidation subjects spanning a 6-year coursework. In Years 5 and 6, students will follow the revised G.C.E. "A" Level curriculum. Every student will be required to take at least 1 contrasting subject, that is, at least one Arts/Humanities or Mathematics/Science subject outside his main area of specialisation. [ [http://www.rvhs.moe.edu.sg/eduplus/schoolWeb/ip/ap.htm The Academic Programme ] ]
CHAMPS is an acronym for
* Character Education
* Health Education
* Active Citizenry
* Moral Philosophy
* Physical Education
* Student Leadership Development
CHAMPS is a unique and integrated Pupil Development Programme designed by RV. It focuses on the nurturance of values and character. It seeks to develop life skills, and the social, national, cultural and moral consciousness of the students. ASK will be infused in the teaching and learning of PDP. Besides the core modules in CHAMPS, students would complete at least 1 PDP elective module each year. [ [http://www.rvhs.moe.edu.sg/eduplus/schoolWeb/ip/pdp.htm RVIP Pupil Development Programme ] ]
The principal feature of the school's Co-Curricular Programme (CCP) is to support the holistic development of students and stretch them beyond the academic domain. The CCP is designed to uncover talents, develop potential, build character, stretch physical and mental capacities and cultivate a lifelong interest in healthy activities.
The CCP is delivered through a broad framework of Co-Curricular Activities (CCA) and Enrichment Programmes. These also allow the students to demonstrate initiative, self-directedness, independent learning and decision-making. Pupils are also encouraged to take up leadership positions to hone their leadership skills. All pupils must participate in one core co-curricular activity. [ [http://www.rvhs.moe.edu.sg/eduplus/schoolWeb/ip/ccp.htm The Co-Curricular Programme ] ]
Co-curricular activities (CCAs)
River Valley High School excels in all aspects of its co-curricular activities. It has achieved the Sustained Achievement Award in three areas: Physical Fitness, Aesthetics and Uniformed Groups.
*River Valley Dance SocietySingapore Youth Festival Central Judging (Gold) - 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003
Singapore Youth Festival Central Judging (Gold with honours) - 2005, 2007
*River Valley Concert BandSingapore Youth Festival Central Judging (Gold) - 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2007
Singapore Youth Festival Central Judging (Gold with honours) - 2005
4th Asian Symphonic Band Competition, 2nd Prize - 2002
*River Valley Chinese OrchestraSingapore Youth Festival Central Judging (Gold) - 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2005
Singapore Youth Festival Central Judging (Gold with honours) - 2007
*River Valley ChoraleSingapore Youth Festival Central Judging (Gold) - 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003
Singapore Youth Festival Central Judging (Gold with honours) - 2005, 2007
[http://www.rvhs.moe.edu.sg/CCA/arts.htm River Valley High School - Singapore ] ]
RV's niche is in performing arts, and every student, teacher, parent and members of the top management involves and supports the performing arts programmes fully. The four performing arts groups in RV bring the school's performing arts achievements to their respective pinnacles in the 21st Century.
For the achievement the performing arts obtained, the school is awarded with the Sustained Achievement Award for Arts since 2001.
*River Valley National Cadet Corps (NCC)
*River Valley National Police Cadet Corps (NPCC)
*River Valley St John Ambulance Brigade (SJAB)
*River Valley Scouts"'
*River Valley Girl Guides
The uniformed groups have also been an integral part of RV. The uniformed groups form parades in school for important events such as the annual speech day. They had also been well recognised in the cluster as being among the permier uniformed groups around the west area. The uniformed groups have been contributing many awards and accolades to the school, often bring along with them fame and honour.
The uniformed groups are an iconic feature in RV, making them stand out among other CCAs. Their achievement and contribution to the school is in parallel with what the performing arts have done. The uniformed groups members are respected in the school for what they are doing, and what they have helped the school to become
For the achievement the school is awarded with the Sustained Achievement Award for Uniformed Groups since 2001.
RV also offers sports CCAs.
Girls' Basketball Team West Zone 1991 - 4th placeGirls' Basketball Team National 1991 - 3rd place
Clubs and Societies
*Chinese Language Drama and Debate SocietySingapore Youth Festival Central Judging (Gold) - 2007
*English Language Drama and Debate SocietySingapore Youth Festival Central Judging (Gold) - 2003
Singapore Youth Festival Central Judging (Bronze) - 2005, 2007
*River Valley Infocomm ClubNational StrITwise Challenge 2007 - 1st in the RoboCode category
11th National Olympiad in Infomatics (2008) - 3 Bronze Medals
*River Valley Mindsports Club5th Lim Boon Heng Scrabble Championship (Champion) - 2007
2nd Jurong Green CC Secondary/Primary School Scrabble Championship (Champion) - 2007
Awards and Accolades
The Ministry of Education, Singapore gives out awards annually to recognise the efforts of the school in promoting various aspects of education. River Valley High School has always been a prominent recipient of these awards, being the one of the first five schools to receive the Sustained Achievement Awards. In 2000, River Valley High School was also one of the first school to receive all three Sustained Achievement Awards available then.
In 2002, River Valley High School was independently audited and was awarded the Singapore Quality Class.
When the School Excellence Award and the School Distinction Award were established in 2004 to succeed the school ranking system that was becoming obsolete due to the introduction of the integrated programme, River Valley High School was one of the three schools to receive both special awards.
*Hee En Hua (Singaporean comic artist)
Kym Ng(Singapore MediaCorp TV Actress)
*Lim Tee Heong (Singaporean composer based in Australia)
*Jiu Jian (Radio Heart FM100.3 presenter)
*Ng Yu-ying (First Violinist in the
*Chang Hwee Nee (Deputy Secretary, Policy, MOE; President's Scholar 1981)
*Choo Wee Khiang (Politician)
*Marcus Chin (TV Host/Actor)
*Kong Yee Seng (Malaysian Brick Magnate)
Ang Mong Seng(Singapore Member of Parliament)
*Cai Shen Jiang 蔡深江 (Editor, My Paper and OMY)
* [http://www.rvhs.moe.edu.sg/ River Valley High School - Singapore]
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