2012: National Infocomm Club Awards 2012 (3rd Prize) – Chloe’s Educational Journey
2013: ITE Skills Competition 2013 (Web Design Category) – Gold Award
2014: National Infocomm Security Competition 2014 – Top 10 Finalist
2014: Singapore Games Creation Competition 2014 – Commendation Award
2015: National Infocomm Competition (NIC) Face-Off for Ace of Coder – 2nd Runner Up
2015: Singapore Games Creation Competition 2015 – National Council for Problematic Gaming (NCPG) Mobile Game Award
2015: Singapore Games Creation Competition 2015 – Merit Award
2015: Singapore Games Creation Competition 2015 – Consolation Award
2016: Appointment of IMDA Youth Infocomm Ambassador 2016 – Seah Min Jun, Ng Yuan Da Elson
2016: [i.code] 2016 Competition – 3rd Position
2016: Singapore Games Creation Competition 2016 – Merit Award
2017: Singapore National Olympiad in Informatics Competition 2017 – Bronze Award
2017: Appointment of IMDA Youth Infocomm Ambassador 2017 – Joan Chang Min Choo
2017: Singapore Games Creation Competition 2017 – Top 10 Finalists
2018: Singapore National Olympiad in Informatics Competition 2018 – Bronze
2018: Singapore National Olympiad in Informatics Competition 2018 – Honourable Mentioned
2018: [i.code] 2018 Competition – Top 10 finalists
2018: Singapore Games Creation Competition 2018 – Top 10 Finalists and Merit Award
2018: Environment Challenge for Schools (ECS) 2018 – Merit Award
2019: Singapore National Olympiad in Informatics Competition 2019 – Silver Award
2019: Build On SG 2019 Hackathon Challenge – Top 20 Finalists
2019: POSB [i.code] Challenge 2019 – Top 10 Finalists
2020: Youth Cyber Exploration Programme – Top 10 Finalists
2020: N.E.mation! 2021 – Top 10 Student Team
Highlight(s) of Activities
1.Singapore Games Creation Competition.
2.Strategic partnership with IMDA.
Infocomm club is a dynamic and exciting CCA filled with opportunities for growth. The CCA collaborates with Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) to provide latest relevant ICT courses for our students in various functional domains as detailed in the ICM Learning Roadmap programme.
Students in the Infocomm Club are trained to develop both games and mobile applications. As we value the importance of digital design, Infocomm Club also provides students with basic knowledge of Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop to enable them to enhance the outlook of their digital projects. Outstanding students will be given the opportunity to apply their knowledge and stretch their abilities through participation in national competitions (e.g. Singapore Games Creation Competition, National Olympiad in Informatics, i.Code) and other meaningful competitions organised by IMDA.
Infocomm Club aims to ignite in students a passion for Infocomm by providing opportunities for them to gain relevant skills and challenge themselves through participation in national Infocomm competitions organised by IMDA.