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Craft and Technology



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Head of Department

  • Ms Lee Irene 

Key Personnel

  • Ms Sharon Lim (SH, D&T)
  • Ms Christine Sarah Toh Mui Leng (SH Student Management)
  • Mr Teo Yee Ming (SH ICT)


  • Ms Thang Sabrina Lisa
  • Ms Rafidah Banu Bte Abdul Razak
  • Mr Tan Song Teck (CPA)
  • Mr David Wong 
  • Ms Melissa Ong
  • Mr Ng Kuan Shin 
  • Ms Fazzera
  • Ms Raihanah


  • Mdm Nurlyana binte Md Bahtiaraffandi 

Workshop Technicians

  • Mr Abdul Rahman bin Isnin


"An enterprising and innovative spirit, an ardent learner of life skills and an analytical mind able to appreciate aesthetic values".

The Craft and Technology  Department is an innovative Department with a team of energetic and motivating teachers. They have inculcated good values in our students as well as make lessons exciting for the students through Differentiated Instruction. To enable our students to do well in the theory aspect, the teachers used various forms of assessment for learning. 

Food and Consumer Education Department students were very enthusiastic about their cooking skills and took part in the Ice-Cream  Making competition in Nanyang Polytechnic. Within the school itself, a Healthy-Salad Making competition was held, in collaboration with the PE department, during the Health Week, and many students from Secondary 1 to 4 took part in it. Shahirfan B Sjahril and Ng Cong Heng Aloysius from 2 Graciousness emerged triumphant. Second prize went to the 2 Charity Team of Teo Shi Hui Vanessa, Quek Hui Wen, Ma Ming Ze and Earnest Sim Ke Zhang and Third Prize went to Shannon Tan Chor Hwee and Ho Zi Hui of 2 Integrity. 

The Design and Technology  students also took part in the Earth Quake competition in Singapore Polytechnic. Ryan Tay Wei Cong made the school proud by winning the D & T Award and Merit Award for Tan Kah Kee Award. 

The Art Department also enthused the pupils by bringing teaching out of the classroom, visiting Art Museums and East Zone Galleries as well as teaching students Art installation which is a new approach to make art interesting for our students. 

The General Music Programme (GMP)  in Hai Sing Catholic School is one that is specially crafted to meet the needs of the student body. Students complete an inter-disciplinary project on food advertisement incorporating Art and Home Economics.