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.
Mdm Tan Pek Cheng – Head of Department
Mr Neo Choong Wei Dalvey – Head of Department, Student Management
Mr Abdul Rahim – Senior Teacher History
Mr Lim Jian Ming Gary – Teacher (History/Social Studies)
Ms Mak Xue Wei – Teacher (History/Social Studies)
Ms Ng Bi Ru – Teacher (History/Social Studies)
Ms. Periya Sundaram – Teacher (Geography/Social Studies)
Mr Tan Han Xiong – Teacher (Geography/Social Studies)
Ms Charlene Chen Ying – Teacher (Geography)
Ms Hung Xue Er Christabel – Teacher (History/Social Studies)
Ms Lee Zhen Yi Cheryl – Teacher (History/Social Studies)
1. NUS Geography Challenge 2021 – 2 Silvers and 2 Bronze
2. Model UN (SCMUN) and National Youth Environment Conference (NYEC) – Best Position Paper award
3. NUS Geography Challenge 2020 – Top 5 for Creative component (poster design), 2 Gold and 2 Silver for Individual component
4. NJC – E International Humanities Symposium (EIHS) 2020 – Students’ Choice Award
5. National Stamp Competition 2019 – 2 Silver, 3 Bronzes
6. NUS Geography Challenge 2019 – Honourable Mention for Creative component
1. Sec 1 NE-Humanities Virtual Overseas trip
2. Sec 2 Johor Bahru National Education-Humanities Learning Journey
3. Overseas Humanities Learning Journey (Asia)
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. The forum aims to:
(i) raise students’ awareness of societal issues in a contemporary world,
(ii) motivate them to become concerned citizens who appreciate the complex and
multifaceted nature of our challenges, and
(iii) challenge students to think critically so as to propose innovative solutions to today’s problems.
Humanities Talent Programme
The Humanities Talent Programme seeks to identify students who display keen interest and passion in Humanities. Through deeper studies of the Humanities subjects – Geography, History and Literature, students learn to better appreciate complex societal issues from a multi-disciplinary perspective. Students in this programme will have many learning opportunities to broaden their exposure in the Humanities.