Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)


Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)

On Friday 23 July 2021, Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) hosted the finals of Spark Asia Challenge virtually. This event, supported by the National Environment Agency (NEA) and the Singapore Management University (SMU), focused on increasing sustainability in food waste in Singapore.

The Spark Asia Challenge was led by 8 student organisers who were mentored by selected teachers from the Economics Business Management Department. In 2021, 11 Junior Colleges and schools offering the IBDP in Singapore submitted their entries for the preliminary round.  Teams from Catholic JC, Nanyang JC, Victoria JC and Raffles Institution were shortlisted for the finals. The finals were presided over by a panel of external judges, who provided their technical expertise and advice.

The virtual event garnered more than 1350 visits from teachers and students in Singapore. Watch the presentations by the finalists and the fireside chat with guest speaker Mr Rayner Loi (Co-Founder and CEO of Lumitics) on

Awards Winners

 Most Innovative Approach  Catholic Junior College
 Excellent Demonstration of Content  Victoria Junior College
 Best Performance in the Presentation Round  Nanyang Junior College
 Good to Grow Award  Raffles Institution
 People’s Choice Award  Nanyang Junior College

Mrs Phyllis Lim, Principal of Catholic Junior College with the award recipients

Presentation of awards by Mr Low Chun Meng, Principal of Nanyang Junior College to one of the student finalists

Student Finalists from Victoria Junior College

Student Finalists from Raffles Institution


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