What is Student Leadership @ MJR?
The vision ‘Every Manjusrian serves and leads with compassion’ undergirds the work we do to equip, expose and empower student leaders. Leadership development takes place through 3 levels: self-leadership, peer leadership and team leadership. Self-leadership is developed at level camps and during CE lessons, as each student reflects through journaling to develop greater self-awareness. Peer leadership is targeted at class leaders, to enable them to perform their management roles.Team leadership is developed among prefects and CCA leaders, by empowering them to organise school events and plan for VIA projects.
The Prefectorial board is in charge of grooming the prefects to be the leaders of tomorrow. The Head Prefect is voted into office through an election process. Together with other prefects, they work as a team to support the student population.
Our Prefectorial Board
|Nur Farzana Abdullah||Head Prefect|
|Sybil Ng Qi Qing||Vice-Head Prefect|
|Chua Yi Long||Treasurer / Welfare|
|Muhammad Khidir B Lukman A||Training and Secretary|
|Yio Cheng Long Nicholas||Logistic|
|Irdina Qistina Bte Juma’dhan||Discipline|
Singapore Kindness Movement (Friend of Singa)
The Friend of Singa (FOS) project in Manjusri Secondary School promotes the essential values of selflessness and love behind the kind acts of young caring individuals who wanted to show care within the school community. Every year, Friend of Singa Ambassadors are selected to carry out projects that demostrate kindness. The school hope to encourage their peers to emulate their fine example so that act of kindness can be witnessed everywhere in the school.
|Kindness Badges created by Ambassador||Spreading Kindness||Sharing Kindness with people around you|
|Kindness photo booth||Kindness Wall||Winner of the MJR Class Kindness Poster design competition|
Student Leaders Investiture
The Student Leader Investiture ceremony is an annual ceremony which aims to inaugurate new student leaders into the Manjusri family and at the same time witness the handling-over of baton to the next batch of student leaders. After the new Head prefect speech, all student leaders will take the Manjusri student leader oath to pledge their commitment to serve the school.
|Oath taking||Prefects||CCA Leaders|
|Class Leaders||Incoming and Outgoing Head Prefect||Prefect Exco|
What is NE @ MJR ?
The NE @MJR is infused into all areas of the school curriculum. Students are engaged at the ‘Head’ through CE lessons; the ‘Heart’ and ‘Hand’ through NE commemorative events and VIA so as to connect them emotionally and contribute back to the society.
Total Defence Week
Total Defence Day marks Singapore’s fall to the Japanese in 1942. It serves to remind our students that Singapore is defensible and is worth defending, and we ourselves must defend Singapore.
Fire Drill Exercise
|Moving in orderly manner||Assembly Area|
|Warden group||Fire extinguishing group||First aid group|
International Friendship Week
As we get more globally connected, it is important to develop an appreciation of and celebrate the diversity of the different nationalities, cultures and religions amidst us.
|Sharing by international students||NE ambassadors||Flags of the world|
|Flag eraser competition||Sushi making||French pastries|
Racial Harmony Week
Everyone plays a vital role in maintaining racial harmony in Singapore so that we will stand together as one united people, even as we celebrate our different cultures and traditions.
|Chapteh||Henna Art||Hop Scotch|
|Five Stones||Supportive PSG||RHD costumes|
National Day Celebration
National Day marks our Separation from Malaysia, and our emergence as an independent country in 1965. This celebration aims to bring to the students a greater sense of the historical importance and solemnity of National Day.
|NDP design||Look at our creations||NDP tattos|
|Let's celebrate||Choir performance||UG drill|