At MOE’s Committee of Supply Debate in March 2020, MOE launched the National Digital Literacy Programme (NDLP) for our schools and Institutes of Higher Learning. This better enables students, at different stages of their education journey, to acquire the digital skills required to navigate the digital age.
One of the components of the NDLP is the introduction of the Personalised Digital Learning Programme (PDLP) for all secondary school students, whereby every secondary school student will own a Personal Learning Device (PLD).
Through PDLP, Northland Secondary School aims to develop our students to be:
- Self-directed Learners who are intrinsically motivated to learn for life.
- Connected and collaborative learners who learn and share through online networks.
- Reflective learners who possess digital literacies and socio-emotional competencies to thrive in a digital environment.
Information for 2022 Sec 1 Intake
Click HERE to download the slides of the parents' engagement on NDLP (conducted on 23 Dec 2021).
To indicate consent to purchase PLD, please click HERE.
To find out more of students’ and parents’ experiences of NDLP, you may view the following videos:
Students’ experiences ⇒ Click here
Parents’ experiences ⇒ Click here
Device Management Application (DMA)
Click HERE to understand the Device Management Application
Option Form for
After-School DMA Settings
For Parents: Click HERE if you would like to change your child's After-School DMA settings on their PLD
Please note that changes to the DMA after-school options will only take effect on the last working weekday of every month.
Useful Resources for Parents
Find out more about the National Digital Literacy Programme (NDLP), and how your children will benefit from learning with a Personal Learning Device (PLD)
Click HERE for Parent Handbook (I) on Learning with a Personal Learning Device.
Useful digital parenting tips and resources to support your children on their digital parenting journey.
Click HERE for Parent Handbook (II) on Learning with a Personal Learning Device.
Find out more about reinforcing good cyber wellness habits and monitoring your children’s screen time over the term break
Click HERE to read about ‘Keeping our teens safe online’