Every NCzens possesses an analytical and inquisitive mind to appreciate the world and be a responsible global citizen.



To establish NCHS Humanities Department as a leader in creating and organising challenging and robust programmes that promote the school values and mind-set for excellence.



  1. Mr Neo Choong Wei Dalvey –  Head of Department, Student Management
  2. Mr Fu Jizheng Edwin – Subject Head History
  3. Mdm Tan Pek Cheng – Subject Head Geography
  4. Mr Abdul Rahim – Senior Teacher History
  5. Mr Lim Jian Ming Gary – Teacher History/Social Studies
  6. Ms Mak Xue Wei – Teacher History/Social Studies
  7. Ms. Periya Sundaram – Teacher Geography/Social Studies
  8. Ms. Tay Kai Yi Kathy – Teacher Geography/Social Studies
  9. Ms Ng Bi Ru – Teacher History/Social Studies
  10. Mr Tan Han Xiong – Teacher Geography/Social Studies
  11. Mdm Lee Swee Gek AED – Geography


1. National Stamp Competition – 2 Silver, 3 Bronzes
2. NUS Geography Challenge – Honourable Mention for Creative Component
3. MOE History Challenge
4. NLB Historical Scene Investigation
5. War and Diplomacy Card Game Competition
6. Sec 2 Johor Bahru National Education-Humanities Learning Journey
7. Penang-Perak Humanities Learning Journey
8. International Humanities Symposium


Contemporary Singaporean Issues Forum

The Contemporary Singaporean Issues or CSI Forum is held annually for upper secondary students in NCHS to understand the interconnectedness of Singapore and the world they live in. It also hopes to develop students as active thinkers and learners, and cultivate active citizenry.


The year’s theme for the 3rd CSI Forum is “Diversity: Opportunities and Challenges”. Singapore has become increasingly diverse due to the rapid pace of globalisation. On the one hand, diversity presents opportunities that can bring about positive outcomes. On the other hand, it can also present challenges that may lead to negative outcomes if these challenges are not managed effectively. Hence, it is vital that Singapore embraces diversity; harness the opportunities presented and at the same time mitigate the challenges that can potentially harm the society. The Forum provides a platform for students to share their findings on the impact of diversity, in Singapore, as well as its affordances.

Geographical and Historical Investigations

Geographical Investigations:
1. Sec 1: Water Supply: Do household activities affect water sustainability?
2. Sec 2: Housing: What factors influence one’s sense of belonging in a housing estate?
3. Sec 3: Coasts: How do human interference affect coastal processes?
4. Sec 4: Tourism: Is Chinatown an attractive tourist destination?


Historical Investigations:
1. Sec 1: Immigrant History: How was life like in colonial Singapore?
2. Sec 2: WWII & Singapore: Should Percival be blamed for the fall of Singapore?
3. Sec 3: Visual Literacy: How to interpret History through art?