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Information Communications Technology


The approach for the ICT department focuses on quality learning and is aligned to MOE’s direction of Student-Centric and Values-Driven education. We are committed to effect use of technology for quality learning in support of the total curriculum - that is, to deepen subject mastery and develop 21st Century Competencies.

Our Department Goal: 

Quality Learning in the Hands of Every Learner – Empowered with Technology

Our Department Vision:                   

Every student a future-ready and responsible digital learner.

Our Department Mission:    

To develop students who can connect, create and curate information in a digital environment anchored on values.

Student Learning Space


The Student Learning Space (SLS) will be the main platform that our school deploys to support teaching and learning in the classroom. The link to SLS is https://learning.moe.edu.sg.


Your username is usually the first 5 characters of your full name and last 4 digits of birth cert or NRIC together with the alphabet, e.g. TANAH2345X. Note: Usernames will not contain spaces or special characters such as apostrophes (') and hyphens (-).


Your child’s password is known only to your child and has your child’s account has been activated for 2020.

For troubleshooting tips please visit: https://sites.google.com/moe.edu.sg/egpsusetech/

Or https://static.learning.moe.edu.sg/UserGuide/login-troubleshooting.html

Support during School Operating Hours 

During school operating hours, students should contact the School-based Helpline for SLS queries including all SLS access matters such as password reset and unlocking of accounts, as well as queries about lesson assignments. Please note that your query will be forwarded to the relevant member of staff who will assist you.

School-based Helpline: 63687705 (Mondays - Fridays: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm)

New Media Literacies

New Media Literacies are defined as the competencies to create, connect and curate information in the digital networked environment. Regular engagement in these interactions will enable students to develop an understanding of the social practices governing the Web and be equipped with the knowledge and skills to navigate and participate productively. At the heart of these interactions are the six core values of the 21st Century Competencies (21CC) framework, that anchor the learning experiences and promote discerning and responsible use of technology.

In Evergreen Primary, we have infused New Media Literacies within our curriculum lessons and into the cyberwellness curriculum.

Cyberwellness Curriculum

The approach to Cyberwellness curriculum is guided by MOE’s Cyberwellness principles of:

        1.      Respect for Self and Others

        2.      Safe and Responsible Use

        3.      Positive Peer Influence

The following infographic is taken from MOE’s ICT connection.

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Cyberwellness lessons (CW lessons) are carried out within the curriculum and are supplemented with ICT based lessons and CW school programmes. CW lessons are mainly carried out during the Form Teacher Guidance Period (FTGP) and level assembly periods. 


Safer Internet Day 2020

Our Cyber ambassadors came together to feature in a series of video productions to promote cyberwellness values. The main message for Safer Internet Day is “Together – For a Better Internet”. The following areas of focus were covered in the CW lessons fronted by our Cyber ambassadors.


Learning Outcomes

Primary 1

Putting People Before Devices

Primary 2

Prevent personal information from falling into the wrong hands.

Primary 3

How can a strong password help protect your privacy?

Primary 4

Implement procedures or guidelines for personal safety and security

Primary 5

Recognising and rejecting inappropriate content which are socially or morally unacceptable

Primary 6

Recognise ways to prevent and minimise security risks in various online situations