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Frequent debate competitions and public speaking forums are held to improve students’ abilities in providing rational and critical argument in front of others. Students are given ample opportunities to hold leadership positions in the Students’ Council, Prefects’ Board and the many clubs and societies in the school. Political education is discussed through classroom subjects like History, English Language, Malay Language, Literature and Local Studies. The school’s active participation in the Model United Nations Conference creates greater awareness amongst students on current local, regional and global political affairs.