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Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Department

Our Programmes & Use of ICT Tools in Lessons

  • Mobile Learning with iPads
iPADs are not just a cool toy but rather a powerful tool that is virtually changing the face of education. With more than 15 000 education apps available, teachers and students alike are having no trouble finding content and material for learning. In East Spring, our students will be involved in Learning Trails around the school compound. Outdoor learning is now made more fun and engaging for the students.

Students taking part in outdoor lesson using iPads

  • Digital Art & Digital Music

Our students experienced music and art digitally. During Art and Music lessons, students make use of Garage Band as they create beautiful music pieces and work on the Wacom Bamboo tablets to create their Manga Art. There is no better way to draw, paint or just simply doodle with the tablets. 

Students creating music using GarageBand App

  • Applied Learning Programme (ALP)
ALP in our school is to opportunities for all to deepen 21st century competencies and in moulding every student to be Self-directed Learner, Active Contributor, Confident Person and Concerned Citizen.  The core objectives of our ALP are to help our students to acquire various ICT skills and computational thinking skills through coding and apply these skills to solve real-world problems. 

Students engaged in ALP lessons

  • Cyber Wellness @ ESPS

Cyber Wellness refers to the positive well-being of Internet users. It involves an understanding of the dangers of harmful online behaviours, an awareness of how to protect yourself and other Internet users from such dangers. Cyber Wellness @ ESPS aims to look at the positive well-being and developing a healthy cyber culture amongst our pupils, aligned to MOE’s Cyber Wellness Framework. 

17_ict_11.jpgThe Cyber Wellness Curriculum @ ESPS is as follows:









Addiction to Games

Dangers with Cyber Contact

Cyber bullying

Handling Inappropriate Content


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Cyber Wellness skit during an Assembly Programme