SST Inc. (www.sstinc.org) is the technology talent development programme in the School of Science and Technology, Singapore. SST Inc. is the parent company that nurtures student employees in running subsidiary technology start-ups to serve communities and better the world. We are currently recruiting the next batch of trainees to join us in a fulfilling career.

P.S.  Only the best need apply through https://goo.gl/31GwDe by 2 May 2018.

To sign up, please fill in this FORM by Friday, 18 May 2018.

2018 Sec 4 English Oral Prelim Exam (16 to 19 Apr): Out-of-Bounds Venues

The Sec 4 English Oral Preliminary Examination will take place on 16, 17, 18 and 19 Apr 2018, from 3:00 p.m. (on 16 and 18 Apr) or 4:00 p.m. (on 17 and 19 Apr) and ending at 6:30 p.m.

The designated exam venue and waiting room will be Info Hub (Level 5) and Tutorial Room 3 (B-05-05) respectively.

As such, your assistance is required to ensure a conducive environment for the Sec 4s to take their examination. Please refrain from making noise in the vicinity of Block A, especially areas nearer to the Info Hub as your noise might affect the performance of those taking the oral examination.

The following venues will be out of bounds 15 minutes before the start of the examination:

  • Info Hub (Level 5)
  • Tutorial Room 3
  • Level 5 linkway from Block C to Block B and from Block B to Block A

Thank you for your cooperation.

Mr Karlson Goh
Sec 4 EL Level Coordinator

Student Learning Space (SLS) - info at GoogleSite

Please refer to the document link at the GoogleSite (see image) if you need assistance on your access to SLS (e.g. If you have forgotten your password or password).

[S2, S3 & S4] 2018 Student Leaders' Investiture

Dear Students,

The 2018 Student Leaders' Investiture is taking place in the afternoon on Monday, 9 April. All Secondary 2, 3 and 4 students will attend this event. 

The objectives of the Investiture are:
  • To officially recognise newly-elected student leaders, vesting them with their duties as leaders.
  • To symbolically present the handing over of duties from present student leaders to new student leaders.
  • To inspire SST student leaders to be the epitome of performance and moral character.

Students will report to the respective venues by 14:30 as follows: 
Sec 2, 3, 4 Audience: Outside ISH
S4 Outgoing Student Leaders (who have been assigned a seat): MPH 

All students to be seated in the MPH by 14:45. The ceremony will start at 15:00 sharp. Ensure also that you leave your bags in your lockers given the limited space in the MPH.

As we inaugurate our 119 office bearers and thank the incumbent cohort of student leaders, we would encourage you to see this momentous occasion as part of a larger school-wide enculturation of our belief that leadership, regardless of positions, is a privileged responsibility.  

This ceremony on that note occupies your CCE slot on Monday. Other lessons will be as usual, although you will be dismissed for lunch at 13:40, with the following exceptions:
  • Sec 2, Sec 3, and selected S4 Student Councillors, in addition to selected Peer Support Leaders, as well as Media Club crew supporting the event: To be excused for lunch after 13:00.
  • Incoming Sec 2 and Sec 3 Peer Support Leaders, CCA Captains/Chairpersons, CCA Vice-captains/Vice-chairpersons and House Captains and Vice-captains: To be excused for lunch after 13:15.

Please click HERE to access and look through the slides for the briefing presented during morning assembly on 5 April 2018.

Feel free to contact our Student Councillors Gabriel Yap (gabriel_yap_yong_kang@s2016.sst.edu.sg) or Zheng Jie (tan_zheng_jie@s2015.sst.edu.sg) if you have any concerns.

Thank you.

SDM Login - Reset of Password

Dear Parents and Students

If you have forgotten your login password to the SDM system, you may use the "Forgot your password" service to reset your password. This is possible if you have already logged into the account previously and updated your email address in the database. You will get a quicker response compared to emailing to sdm@sst.edu.sg.

Thank you for your attention.

Annual School-Based Health Screening 2018

Dear Students,

(All Secondary 1 and 2 students and selected Secondary 3 and 4 students)

The Annual School-Based Health Screening for our students will be conducted from 11 April, Wed to 19 Apr, Thur.   Please refer to the letter from the Health Promotion Board HERE 

Date:  11 April 2018, Wednesday - 19 April 2018, Thursday
Venue:  Block B, Room 05-01/02

Time:  During curriculum time. Please click HERE to view the class schedule.

Important, please note:

(1) For both Secondary 1 and 2 students - please come in PE attire.  For new foreign students, please bring your Health Booklet and Immunization Certificates.

(2) For Secondary 3 and 4 students - you may either come in PE attire or school uniform.

(3) Only selected students from Secondary 3 and 4 will be screened.  Students selected for the Health Screening will be informed separately.  

(4) Please be punctual for the Health Screening.

(5) Absentees will have to do their Health Screening on 19 April 2018, Thursday.

For further clarification, please contact SST General Office at Tel: 6571 7200. Thank you.

Wellness ideas competition by Republic Polytechnic

Dear All,

The School of Hospitality’s Diploma in Wellness & Hospitality Business at Republic Polytechnic is running a wellness ideas competition and we have been invited to join the competition for the opportunity to enhance your creativity and innovation skills.

What do you have to do? 

  • Simply register your teams (two in a team) before April 29th  (please email Mr Lam your full name, contact number and school email address at lam_hin_chew@sst.edu.sg)
  • attend a entrepreneurial ideation workshop at Republic Polytechnic in May
  • submit their wellness product or service idea by the end of June, for a chance to win up to $6,800 in prizes

The 2017 BizWellness competition, winners included the following schools:

1st Prize - Champion Team
St Gabriel’s School, SGSS Eureka Team, “Watch Me”

2nd prize - 1st Runner-Up Team
Hillgrove Secondary School, D&T, “The Feels Watch”

3rd prize - 2nd Runner-Up Team
Paya Labar Methodist Girl’s School, Pouf, “Schlife”

TWO Statistics-Related Activities

2018 Singapore Statistics Poster Competition 

The Department of Statistics and Applied Probability of NUS is organising the 2018 Singapore Statistics and Poster Competition. 

A statistics poster is a display that uses graphs to summarise data, presents different points of view and answers questions about the data. Through this competition, students are encouraged to address real-life questions using creative data displays. More information can be found here

This competition is open to all Sec 3 and 4 students. There is no registration fee. 

Students interested in taking part, please email Mr Chen at chen_jin_quan@sst.edu.sg by 6 April 2018.

2018 Singapore Statistics Enrichment Camp

The Department of Statistics and Applied Probability of NUS is organising the 2018 Singapore Statistics Enrichment Camp on 28 May 2018.

During this camp, you will learn about how statistics can be applied to games, healthcare and many other areas. More information can be found here.

This camp is open to all Sec 3 and 4 students. Outstanding Sec 2 students can also apply. There is a registration fee of $30.

Students interested in taking part, please email Mr Chen at chen_jin_quan@sst.edu.sg by 13 April 2018.

Arrival of SSTuino Kits for Sec 1 ChangeMakers Programme

Dear Sec 1 Students,

Please be informed that your SSTunio Kit for your ChangeMakers programme has arrived. You may buy/collect it from the bookshop from 21 March 2018 onwards. 

[Invitation to participate] Computational and Algorithmic Thinking Competition

Dear students, 

You are invited to take part in CAT 2018. 

The Computational and Algorithmic Thinking (CAT) competition is a one-hour problem-solving competition which seeks to identify computer programming potential—something which students might not normally have an opportunity to demonstrate. 
No prior experience in computer programming is necessary. 

The competition employs a mixture of multiple-choice and integer answers, and incorporates unique ‘three stage tasks’ that encourage students to develop informal algorithms and apply them to test data of increasing size or complexity.  

For more details, visithttp://www.amt.edu.au/informatics/cat/.

The cost of the online competition is SGD 11.50.
Competition date is on 27 March (Tuesday) 3 - 4 pm.

Please fill up the form at https://goo.gl/forms/qac00VqaoWTjIviI3 by THURSDAY 22 March, 12 NOON if you are interested. 

You may click HERE to access and try some sample questions

2018 MTL Fortnight (19-29 March)

Dear SST students,

This year marks the 7th year with MTL Fortnight in SST. A myriad of activities has been planned by the MTL dept with the following objectives in mind:
(1) To create an immersive environment for the learning and appreciation of MTL;
(2) To provide platforms for students to actively learn MTL and the associated culture; and
(3) To provide authentic opportunities for students to use MTL and experience the culture.

Do visit the  2018 MTL Fortnight Blog ( http://sst2018mtlfortnight.blogspot.sg/) for the detailed programme and register for the various activities.

Thank you!

Mr Peng

SST students in NUS Geography Challenge Competition

Do support our Sec 4 Geography students in the NUS Geography Challenge 2018's semi-finals. The top 5 schools will get to compete in the Grand Finals happening this Saturday 24th March 2018.

This is our photo essay submissions for NUS GC Creative Component 2018.  
The theme for this year's Creative Component is "Securing Our Social and Cultural Heritage", which focuses on recognising the value of Singapore’s heritage and inspiring students to adopt a greater role in safeguarding our physical and cultural landscapes. This sub-theme ties in with the overall theme for NUS GC 2018 - "Securing Singapore: Managing Our Threats and Opportunities". Teams were required to make clear links to this overarching theme, while adhering to the sub-theme for Creative Component. All submissions were created through the hard work and effort of all team members, displaying creativity and demonstrating a myriad of geographical concepts. Do share this album on Facebook, and 'like' (or ‘love’) your favourite photo essay(s) before voting closes on 22nd March 2018! 

Log on to NUS Geography challenge Facebook page or the link here. 

Voting will close on 22nd March 2359hrs. Only 'likes' and 'loves' will be considered as a vote.

Nomination for The Inspiring Teacher of English Award and Arif Budiman Malay Language Teachers' Award 2018

Dear Students,

Welcome back to Term 2!

Is your English or Malay Language teacher a role model of the use of good spoken and written language? Does he/she promote learning-focused interaction during your language lessons? Are your language lessons enjoyable because of the pedagogies he/she has chosen to cultivate a love for the language?

If you have someone in mind, please visit the respective sites to download the nomination form.

English: http://goodenglish.org.sg/inspiring-teacher-of-english-award/nomination-information (closing date for submission: to General Office, before 6pm this Friday 23 March 2018)

Do submit your nominations before the closing date. Thank you and have a wonderful Term 2 ahead.

[Info] Singapore Student Learning Spaces (SLS)

Dear Students
This morning, you were briefed about the SLS.
Watch the clip to find out more:

Click HERE to access the briefing slides.

2018 School Dental Service (for Sec 1 and Sec 3 Students)

Dear Students (Secondary 1 and 3),

The School Dental Service (SDS) will commence service to Secondary 1 and 3 students from 19 March 2018 (Monday) onwards.

Students, whose parents have given consent earlier, will be required to report during school hours, upon request by the Dentist, to the mobile SDS bus which will be stationed at the visitors parking lots.

Please note below the class schedule.  Please understand that the schedule may be subject to changes depending on the situation each day, due to the nature of treatment.

For more information, please contact the General Office at Tel: 6571 7200.  Thank you.  

Date Day Start Time End Time Class
19-Mar-18 Mon 9.00am 2.40pm S1-01
20-Mar-18 Tue 8.00am 2.00pm S1-02
21-Mar-18 Wed 8.00am 2.00pm S1-03
22-Mar-18 Thur 8.00am 3.00pm S1-04
23-Mar-18 Fri 8.00am 1.00pm S1-05
26-Mar-18 Mon 9.00am 2.40pm S1-06
27-Mar-18 Tue 8.00am 2.00pm S1-07
28-Mar-18 Wed 8.00am 2.00pm S1-08
29-Mar-18 Thur 8.00am 4.20pm S3-01
2-Apr-18 Mon 9.00am 2.40pm S3-02
3-Apr-18 Tue 8.00am 5.00pm S3-03
4-Apr-18 Wed 8.00am 2.00pm S3-04
5-Apr-18 Thur 8.00am 5.00pm S3-05
6-Apr-18 Fri 8.00am 1.00pm S3-06
9-Apr-18 Mon 9.00am 2.40pm S3-07
10-Apr-18 Tue 8.00am 4.20pm S3-08
11-Apr-18 Wed 8.00am 2.00pm Reserve
12-Apr-18 Thur 8.00am 3.00pm Reserve
13-Apr-18 Fri 8.00am 1.00pm Reserve

Closure of General Office on 16 March 2018, Friday

Dear Students, 

Please note that the General Office will be closed on 16 March 2018, Friday (whole day) for our Staff Retreat.  

Thank you.

ICT-Related Contest

1. Singapore Games Creation Competition 2018

  What is SGCC?

■ Singapore Games Creation Competition (SGCC) gives secondary school students an opportunity to learn about digital media development and games creation. It challenges them to create their very own games.


2. Environment Challenge for Schools 2018

3. 2018 3D-tronics Digital Making National Infocomm Challenge

Students interested in the competition, please contact Mr. Jonathan Chua at jonathan_chua@sst.edu.sg

[Pls Check] New timetables for Term 2 (w.e.f. Term 1 Week 10) - updated 5 Mar 2018

Dear students, 

Please click HERE to access the new timetables (ver 1h.1) for Term 2.

The timetables will take effect from Term 1 Week 10, 5 Mar 2018 (Mon).

Thank you for your attention.

KM Committee