When War Came to Singapore
This Children’s Season, join us for the special online edition of activities from the Former Ford Factory. Parents and children can learn about life during the Japanese Occupation in Singapore and listen to powerful survivor stories.
Today, holistic learning in schools extends beyond the classroom, with a focus on new skills like programming and coding. But back in the 1960s, schools were already embarking on this concept with a series of educational videos to expand students’ horizons beyond school curriculum. Browse through a selection of Educational Television (ETV) programmes produced by the Curriculum Development Institute of Singapore (CDIS) and its predecessors from 1967-1983.
Blast From The Past
“Blast from the Past” is a series that highlights some of Singapore’s shared experiences through the collections of the National Archives of Singapore. Browse through our curated selection of photos, audiovisual content, declassified government files and oral history excerpts to find out more on Singapore’s past experiences.
Reflections of Yesteryear
The series gives insights into the early years of Singapore’s independence, and shows some of the challenges faced and conquered. These speeches and interviews preserved by the National Archives of Singapore convey messages of strength and hope. They are particularly relevant to us in this current time, as the nation celebrates another year of nationhood, in the midst of a historic health and economic situation.
NAS 50 Moments in Time
The National Archives of Singapore presents a selection of audiovisual materials and oral history interviews that we have collected and judiciously preserved over the past 50 years for you and our future generations. They capture the times that Singaporeans celebrated, stood up proudly and even cried. Travel to scenes that have vanished and enjoy the treasured memories of Singaporeans from different walks of life.