Tikkun Olam (Repairing the World), suggests humanity’s shared responsibility to heal, repair and transform the world. The Jewish concept of Tikkun Olam underpins all that we do at SMMIS, and our Community Service programmes offer ongoing opportunities for our students to internalise this philosophy. At SMMIS all students are expected to complete a number of community service hours per Semester. We have a strong belief that students should take on leadership responsibilities from an early age. We have a strong Student Council and House System which gives opportunities for student voices to be heard, and for the students to make a difference in our community.
Some of our Partners include:
Jewish Old Age Home in Singapore
Food Bank Sg
National Youth Achievement Award (NYAA)
In 2022 SMMIS launched the NYAA programme for our Secondary School students. The NYAA programme is designed to allow youth to engage themselves in the community and learn beyond what they do in the classroom. It equips the students with skills which will allow them to contribute back to the community, cultivate habits that will keep them mentally and physically healthy, as well as better appreciate nature. As part of their NYAA, the students work in groups to engage in 20 hours of service learning and to plan fundraising events to raise money to donate for their chosen charity.