Infocomm Club





Technology is an ever increasing part of our everyday lives. It is especially crucial that you gain skills to harness the technology in this day and age. Join Infocomm and train your computational and programming skills to become a designer, problem solver, pioneer and an inventor. Get ready to solve the world’s greatest problems and compete to prove your skills! Along the way, learn to work as a team, sharpen your mind and express your inner creativity.
RI Infocomm is split into 3 branches: programming, robotics and competitive programming. In programming, learn how to use different applications, and explore continuously evolving fields like cybersecurity and machine learning. In robotics, you can use tools like Raspberry Pis, Lego Mindstorms and Arduinos to construct autonomous robots that can complete challenging tasks. Finally, in competitive programming, you can develop creative algorithms to solve complex and challenging computational problems. Each branch will provide you with unique skills and you will get to select which branch you would want to join. 
If you are interested in joining RI Infocomm, just inform our teachers-in-charge. We are sure you will have a fun and enriching experience here!

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National Software Competition - one of the annual competition our programming members take part in.


Singapore Team competing at International Olympiad in Informatics 2019 in Azerbaijan - Rafflesian Leong Eu-Shaun (2nd from left) and Daniel Choo Zhenghao (1st from right)

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The RI Competitive Programming family - past and present competitive programming members from many different years coming together under a single Rafflesian banner. In Infocomm, we believe in a culture where past alumni give back to the school and the club by returning to train their juniors and ignite their passion.


i.code 2019 - Use of App Inventor to create cool mobile apps that tackles community concerns such as ageing population, cybersecurity, financial literacy and multiculturalism.

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Robotics Members fighting for victory for RI at the RoboCup Singapore Open 2019. They ultimately emerged as the Soccer Lightweight champions and were chosen to represent Singapore at the International RoboCup 2019 in Sydney, Australia. There, the team secured 1st Place in the Superteam competition and 5th Place in the Junior Soccer Lightweight Category.

 Winners of Asia Imagine Cup Junior Challenge.

This global challenge is focused on Artificial Intelligence (AI), introducing students to AI and Microsoft’s AI for Good initiatives so they can come up with ideas to solve social, cultural and environmental issues. Our Year 1 team came up with An app using facial and gesture recognition to provide means of communication for people who can’t speak. They wanted to create this app to help one of the students communicate with a grandparent, who had recently had a tracheotomy.

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Infocomm member crafting and programming a fake bomb which can only be ‘defused’ by solving a puzzle. Here, they use an arduino board along with different input and output components to create a complex device. This was made based on the game “Keep Talking and Nobody explodes”.


Members from our programming branch making use of what they have learnt in training to design and build an application. Here, they are working in groups to brainstorm and research ideas for their app. Later, they will program and create prototypes of the app.


Training Schedule

(1.30pm to 3.30pm)


Teacher Mentors

Mr Eugene Lim

Mrs Lorraine Neo

Achievements & Highlights


National Olympiad in Informatics
- Top Secondary School (1st place)
- Ryan Goh Choon Aik (Top contestant – 1st place)
- Kang Yiming (Top Secondary contestant – 1st place)
- Liu Xiuping (Top Secondary contestant – 2nd place)
- Wu Yiwen (Gold)
- Sun Wenyuan (Silver, Youngest Medallist)

Robocup Singapore Open
- Team members: Zhou Yikun, Wang Rongfei, Tan Teng Fong Christopher, Li Enze
- RobocupJunior Soccer LightWeight, U19  (2nd place)
- Best Engineering Journal award

- Grade 7 (1st Place, Global Rank 3rd) Li Jiu An Wayne
- Grade 8 (1st Place, Global Rank 1st) Woon Tien Eu
- Grade 9 (1st Place, Global Rank 6th) Men Jiahe
- Grade 10 (1st Place, Global Rank 1st) Wang Rongfei
- Gold: 31 Awardees, Silver: 22 Awardees, Bronze: 22 Awardees

Canadian Computing Competition

Senior Category (10 Distinction awards)
• Evan Lim Hong Jun
• Koh Jia Hng
• Song Yiyang
• Kang Yiming
• Ryan Goh Choon Aik
• Teo Kai Wen
• Wu Yiwen
• Ang Jun Ray
• Xiao Nianhe
• Wang Yunze

Junior Category (5 Distinction awards)
• He Haotian 
• Swaagat Bikash Saikia 
• Wu Jiakai 
• Austin Liu Zi Rui 
• Loi Yi Yang Caden



National Olympiad in Informatics
Top Secondary School Award
3 Gold and 2 Silver

DrCT (Design Thinking with Robotics and Computational Thinking International Competition)
11 Gold, 8 Silver and 1 Bronze