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NDLP@Unity

National Digital Literacy Programme


In March 2020 at MOE’s Committee of Supply Debate, MOE launched the National Digital Literacy Programme (NDLP) for our schools to help students strengthen their digital literacy.

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 school-prescribed Personal Learning Device (PLD). 

Vision: Leading a Student-centred, Self-paced, Blended Learning Classroom


In Unity Secondary School, we are guided by the belief that every Unitian wants to succeed and all Unitians can learn. Your child will experience active learning with technology.

The active learning with technology can be defined as:
 1. Student ‘Do’ – students are motivated and encouraged to articulate (talk), write and even draw to make their thinking visible.

The above pictures illustrate how students can use their personal learning device in their daily learning.
 2. Students ‘Think’ – students will be guided by thinking strategies to monitor and evaluate their own learning and understanding of content taught in class.
 3. 3. Students ‘Apply’ – students will be able to use learning in real life context and learn beyond the classroom. The world is our classroom.
The above pictures illustrate how students can use their personal learning device in their daily learning.

 4. Students ‘Refine’ – students are able to apply reflection and deepen their understanding of all subjects and continue to learn.
To achieve our vision:

All Unitians will have access to quality devices and resources for learning to take place anytime, anywhere and at their own pace.

Personal Learning Device


The device that was selected is the chromebook:

This device best meets our schools requirements of :