School

Energy Conservation

  • Set all electronic equipment to energy saving mode (PCs, Laptops, Photocopiers etc.)
  • Check that all the electronic devices are turned off before leaving
  • Avoid switching on lights in areas where natural lights is abundantly available
  • Switch off lights and ceiling fans when leaving an empty classroom
  • Utilize the nature winds as much as possible to reduce the use of fans and air conditioning
  • Set air conditioning to at least 25°C

Waste & Management Recycling

  • Carry out recycling drives by setting up recycling bins in school and recycling paper, aluminium cans and plastic bottles
  • Assign a proper recycling company to collect recycled waste, used office equipment and toner cartridges and bottles
  • Allocate specific areas for recycle waste disposal
  • Create waste segregation labeling and place it around the school
  • Composting the nature waste to be used as fertilizer for the school garden

Environmental Education & Initiatives

  • Cultivate green habits in school by displaying posters and stickers with tips on saving energy and resources
  • Educate students of all level about 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle)
  • Set up an Environmental Committee and actively involve students in managing the school's green environment
  • Plant fruits and vegetables in the school garden
  • Assign students to participate in hands-on environmental activities such as picking up litters and managing waste segregation in school
  • Organise at least one environmental competition every year
  • Educate students about carbon footprints and encourage them to manage and reduce their daily carbon footprints as and when possible
  • Organise regular outdoor excursions for students to places that revolve around nature
  • Involve the entire school to participate in the Clean & Green Singapore activities

Resource Conservation

  • Use duplex printing to minimize excess paper usage
  • Use both sides of paper: Reuse the other side of paper to minimize excess paper usage
  • Regular checks on the school taps to reduce the possibility of any water leakage
  • Use scrap paper and recycle materials (aluminum, plastic, cardboard etc.) for art & craft projects/school works
  • Submit school projects in softcopy (reduce print)
  • Use reusable cutlery and cups in school
  • Practice "No Plastic Bag" at school bookshop to make it a protocol for students to bring their own recycling bag when purchasing bulk items