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The Aesthetics and Technology Department is committed to nurturing Beattyians to be creative and critical thinkers as well as self-directed learners.



Art education aims to enable every child to be visually literate and to appreciate art through observing, meaning-making, communicating, and valuing artwork as well as the art-making process.

Based on the framework of Seeing, Expressing and Appreciating, students are given opportunities to observe their environment, generate ideas, create artwork, discuss art and evaluate the role of art in society.

The Art Unit organises the following programmes and activities for the students to take part in:
  • Lower Secondary Art Learning Journeys 
  • Basic and Advanced Ceramics Workshop (for Upper Secondary Art students) 
  • Aesthetics Showcase 
  • SYF Art Exhibition and other art competitions 

Design and Technology

Design and Technology (D&T) education aims to nurture a specific way of thinking and doing in our students allowing for designer dispositions through design-and-build projects.

Central to D&T learning is the design process which requires students to apply basic design and technology knowledge and design thinking skills.

The highlights of the D&T programme include:

  • ICT Enrichment Workshops on Presentation Drawings (for Upper Secondary D&T students)
  • Secondary 1 Design Camp
  • D&T Pupils Seminar
  • Aesthetics Showcase
  • D&T Competitions

Nutrition and Food Science (NFS)

Food and Consumer Education (FCE), formerly known as Home Economics, was launched in 2014 for all Lower Secondary students. The FCE syllabus aims to educate students to be health-conscious and discerning consumers, thus enabling them to better manage their lives in the present and the future.

The aim of the NFS Unit is to educate students on how individuals and families can optimise their food materials. Students will also learn how to capitalise on financial resources and time to meet their physical, mental, social and economic needs.

As part of the NFS Programme, students also took part in NFS-related competitions and activities this year:

  • Assumption Pathway School Baking Competition
  • Lesson exchange with Art for 3E F&N and 3N(T) FS students for the Aesthetics Week


The General Music Programme (GMP) is offered to all Lower Secondary students in Beatty Secondary. It is a key platform that provides every child with a basic music education, giving them opportunities to develop a connection to music. This contributes to the future development and preservation of Singapore’s cultural heritage.

The highlights of the GMP include:

  • Sec 1 STOMP Music Module
  • Sec 2 Guitar Music Module
  • Post-Examination Music Activities
  • Lunchtime Concert and Music Jamming Sessions during Aesthetics Week

Department Teachers and Contacts
Name of Teacher Email Contact no
Ms Joanna Peh joanna_peh_hui_ling@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 201
Ms Marhainy Rohmat marhainy_rohmat@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 207
Mdm Toh Pei Ling toh_pei_ling@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 204
Mr Fabian Wong wong_kok_siang@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 204
Mrs Han Nam Toon han_nam_toon@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 205
Mr Michael See see_chern_siong@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 205
Mr Tay Boon Leong tay_boon_leong@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 204
Ms Yuen Shu Yan yuen_shu_yan@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 205
Ms June Ang ang_li_ping_june@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 208
Ms Farah Yusop farah_mohamed_yusop@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 209
Ms Janne Ng janne_ng_ling_ling@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 209
Ms Nurhayati Ahmad nurhayati_ahmad@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 206
Ms Raja Sharidah raja_shahridah_raja_suhaini@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 205
Ms Ng Ying Hui ng_ying_hui@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 206
Mr Fazli muhammad_fazli_zulkifli@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 196
 Ms Nadirahnadirah_bte_sharin@moe.edu.sg  62569108 Ext 204

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