Friday, 15 January 2021

Sec 1 CCA Tryout Sign-Up

Dear S1 Students,

Some of you have encountered difficulties accessing the CCA Tryout Google Form. Please try again, but only if you have not submitted your entry.

For those who have submitted already, you may amend your options any time you wish before the deadline below. Only submit 1 entry.

The deadline for submitting has been pushed back to Monday, 18 Jan, 8 am. Sorry if you had found it difficult to access the form. If you continue to encounter difficulties, you can look for me on Monday and I will assist you.

Please continue to check your email regularly for the invitations by respective CCA's. Thank you for your cooperation 😊

Thursday, 14 January 2021

Access details for e-Yearbook 2019/2020

Dear Students, 

In line with the green initiative, we will be digitising the School yearbook from this year onwards. You may access the yearbook via the QR code and key in the password as shown.  

School of Science and Technology, Singapore 

Wednesday, 13 January 2021

[S1] Student Learning Space: Getting Ready (1) LOGIN exercise

Dear S1 students

To ensure smooth access to the learning resources in the Student Learning Space (SLS), please attempt to log into your SLS account by FRIDAY (15 Jan), to ensure that you can login to your account successfully. 

What you need to do:

Log in to the Student Learning Space (SLS) at
Username: First 5 characters of your name, followed by last 5 characters of your NRIC number.

Fill out the FORM to indicate whether you could login successfully by 15 January (FRIDAY)

If you have forgotten your login password, you may attempt to reset the password yourself. You should receive the information via the email account that was saved in the system when you were in primary school. 

If you need further assistance to reset your password, you may email to
  • Mr Ngiow Shin Fatt (IT Manager) at 
  • Ms Loh Kwai Yin (HOD Special Projects) at 

Remember to 
  • Use your SST email account to send in the request
  • State your full name and class clearly.
  • Describe the issue.

Tuesday, 12 January 2021

Registration for 2021 The Schools Challenge

The SUTD and IDC are very honoured to collaborate with J.P. Morgan (JPM) and The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) on the 2021 The Schools Challenge to be held virtually this year from the 26th Feb 2021 to 23rd April 2021. 

The Schools Challenge takes aspiring lower secondary students through a 2-month, structured programme with SUTD, focusing on STEM and Design Innovation skills, and culminates with a student-driven social project aimed at building a smart and sustainable Singapore. 

Throughout this series of virtual workshops hosted by SUTD, each team will be able to work closely with JP Morgan and SUTD mentors. This is a rare and unique opportunity given where every team will be supported by mentors from JP Morgan who will help the students develop business skills such as project management, business planning and pitching.

 Students can take a look at the ongoing Lively Places Programme - Housing & Development Board (HDB) by HDB and URA that falls suitably in line with our URA theme of “Enliven Public Spaces”.


There will be an extended opportunity for schools with eligible prototypes to be able to apply for the Lively Places Fund and Challenge - Housing & Development Board (HDB) where they will be able to showcase their ideas in their neighbourhood. This fund encourages residents and stakeholders to initiate community-driven place-making projects that will help develop stronger place identity in their neighbourhood. This is definitely an opportunity for all schools to be a part of and not to miss!

Attractive prizes await with up to $2000 for the winning team and up to $1000 for category winners.

Team Registration

Each school is allowed a maximum registration of 4 teams only and each team must consist of 4 lower secondary students. Registration is on a first come first serve basis. Interested students can email Mr Lam Hin Chew ( with the team name, full name, email and classes of all the members. Self-registration will not be accepted. The student who emailed will be the leader of the team.

Lastly, all successfully registered teams must attend weekly I&E TDP sessions on Monday from 3.00 - 4.30 p.m. to prepare for the competition.

Thank you.

NXPlorers 2021 is now open for registration!

NXplorers is organised by Shell and delivered by Science Centre Singapore. It offers the perfect platform to collaborate, reimagine the world, and show the way to a better future.

Over the years, students who had participated in NXplorers, were able to:

  • broaden their views, including changing the way they see themselves;
  • establish meaningful connections;
  • discuss and research local problems; and
  • explore ways to solve them.

Workshop participation

Successfully registered teams (based on timely submissions) will be guided through a workshop on the ideation process for the competition. Participation in the workshop is compulsory prior to the project proposal submission. For added information on ‘Competition Details’, kindly refer to our website:

NXplorers 2020 Video

Feel free to view this video to get a flavour of the NXplorers 2020 programme from one of the participating teams.

Team Registration

Each school is allowed a maximum registration of 4 teams only and each team must consist of 3 to 5 students. Registration is on a first come first serve basis. Interested students can email Mr Lam Hin Chew ( with the team name, full name, email and classes of all the members latest by Thursday 14 Jan 2021. Self-registration will not be accepted. The student who emailed will be the leader of the team.

Lastly, all successfully registered teams must attend weekly I&E TDP sessions on Monday from 3.00 - 4.30 p.m. to prepare for the competition.

Thank you.

Sunday, 10 January 2021

[S2/S3/S4] Access to SLS & Password Reset

Dear Students

With lessons officially started, it is time for you to get ready... to ensure you could login to your SLS account. The SLS account is where you could gain access to learning materials produced/ curated by the MOE for students in Singapore).

RESET of Password
You have saved your email addresses in the SLS, which means you can reset the password yourself. 
Refer to the image below.

If you need further assistance, you may email to
  • Mr Ngiow Shin Fatt (IT Manager) at 
  • Ms Loh Kwai Yin (HOD Special Projects) at 
Remember to 
  • use your SST email account to send the email;
  • give a relevant subject title to your email and state your name, class, and the issue clearly.

Thursday, 7 January 2021

Release of 2020 Singapore-Cambridge GCE O-Level Examination results

This announcement is for all 2020 Secondary 4 students. 

2020 GCE O-Level Examination Results will be released on Monday, 11 January 2021 at 2:00 p.m.

1. Reporting Information and Safe Management Measures 

Given the COVID-19 situation, students are expected to observe the Safe Management Measures (SMMs) put in place.

  • Only SST students will be allowed to enter the school to collect their results. Parents who drop off their children at the school will have to leave immediately after dropping off. No parking is allowed in the school.

  • Students are to have their temperature taken and SafeEntry check-in done when they arrive at Gate A and B of the school. 

  • Students are advised to arrive in SST between 1.00 p.m. to 1.30 p.m. Students are not to report to SST before 1.00 p.m. so as to avoid intermingling with current students. 

  • Students are to report directly to their respective venues by 1:30 p.m. 




MPR4 (Block C, Level 3)


Phy Lab 1 (Block C, Level 2)


LO1 (Block C, Level 3)


LO1 (Block C, Level 3)


Maker Lab (Block C, Level 2)


ADMT Studio (Block C, Level 2)


MPR3 (Block C, Level 3)


LO2 (Block C, Level 3)

  • Students who are unwell, on Quarantine Order, Stay-Home Notice or Leave of Absence on the day of the results release, should not return to school to collect their results. (See point 5 for more information)

2. Items to bring

  • Students are to bring along their NRIC/Passport/Birth Certificate/Student Pass for identification purposes. Writing materials are optional. 

3. Dress code & grooming 

  • All students must be properly attired in FULL SST uniform.

  • Student’s grooming (i.e. hair colour, length, appearance) must adhere to the school’s standards. 

  • Students who fail to comply will be turned away at the Guardhouse. They will be allowed to enter the school premises once they have addressed their attire and grooming.

4. For students arriving later than 3.00 p.m. but before 5.30 p.m.

  • Students are to collect their result slip ((Form A1) from the General Office. 

  • Students are required to present their NRIC/Passport/Birth Certificate/Student Pass to the staff member at the General Office for verification.

5. For students who are unable to collect their result slips on 11 January 2021

  • Students may view their results online via Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board’s (SEAB) results release system at from 2.45 p.m. on 11 January 2021. The system will be accessible from 11 to 25 January 2021. School candidates who are eligible for SingPass can use their SingPass account to access SEAB’s online results release system. Students can access the results release system using the SEAB-issued PIN sent to their email addresses which their schools had provided to SEAB.

  • Students can also appoint a proxy to collect the physical copy of their result slip (Form A) on their behalf. 

    • Proxy may collect the result slip (Form A1) from the General Office from 11 January, 3.00 p.m. onwards. Proxy is required to present the following documents to the staff member at the General Office before he/she is able to collect the result slip. 

    • Result slip (Form A1) must be collected from the General Office latest by Wednesday, 13 January 2021, 5.30 p.m. 

    • Students are to contact 65717-200 (during office hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.) for assistance if they are unable to appoint a proxy or if they have not received their password for SEAB’s results release system.

Here are some references that students may find useful in guiding them to make an informed decision for their next phase of education. 

For any further queries, please contact Ms Karen Ng at or Mr Tan Chuan Leong at

Thank you for your cooperation and wishing you all the best! 

Form A1 will list the applicant’s GCE O-Level examination results, the courses which he/she is eligible to apply for under the JAE, and his/her JAE PIN (i.e. a personal password for the applicant to access JAE-IS).

Tuesday, 5 January 2021

ACE Food Donation Drive 2021 (Updated 7 Jan 2021)

 ear SST Family, 

#ACEfooddrive2k21 is here again! 


I am Chua Wen En from S4-04, one of the ACE leaders in charge of  #ACEfooddrive2k21, a food donation and distribution drive for the underprivileged in our community. 


1. Information on the beneficiaries:

  • Residents living in one-room rental flats at Blocks 91, 92, 93 at Hendersons. 

2. How you can help: 

  1. Generously donate the food items requested by the beneficiaries. To do so, please complete the Google form here and we will reply to you as soon as possible. 


  1. Volunteer to pack the donated food items by signing up here. This will be carried out within the school premises and only after lessons on weekdays. We will contact you further on the available time slots to sign up. 

3. List of items Requested 

  1. Bee Hoon (400g) x 170 Qty

  2. Tune Canned (150g) x 155 Qty

  3. Heinz Baked beans (415g) x 60 Qty

  4. Cream crackers (225g) x 50 Qty

  5. Tea (50 x 2g) x 85 boxes

  6. Coffee (30 x 20g) x 120 boxes

  7. Khong Guan Assorted Sharepack (Assorted) x 40 Qty

  8. Sardines (230g) x 50 Qty

  9. Rice (5kg) x 15 Qty

  10. Milo (15 x 33g) x 60 packs

  11. Oats (500g) x 15 packs

  12. Milk Tea (3 in 1, 25 x 20g) x 60 packs

  13. Cereal (500g, assorted flavors) x 60 packs

(You may refer to the link here for examples of the food items. Please note this is just a guide and one is free to procure the item from any shop)


Please ensure that all the food items donated are Halal certified and donations reach us by 21 Jan. 


We look forward to your support in sharing our blessings.  


Warmest regards

Chua Wen En, S404
On behalf of Team #ACEfooddrive2k21

[S2/S3/S4] Access to SDM

Dear Students

Please be informed that, with effect from this year, the school will no longer be using the Student Data Management (SDM) system. 

More details, including changes in some of the processes, will be made available through the Principal's Letter to Parents (January issue).

We thank you for your patience. 

The Knowledge Management Committee.

Thursday, 31 December 2020

[S2/S3/S4] Welcome back to SST in 2021!

 Dear students, 

Welcome back to SST in 2021! We hope that you have had a good break and are looking forward to seeing your friends and teachers back in school! :) 

As you adjust to a new normal in school, here are some reminders when you report to school on 4 Jan 2021 at 8.40am.

Preparing for the School

1. Your Journey to School

  • You are advised to set off earlier than usual from home for school as you may encounter delays due to safe distancing measures on public transport and safe management measures by the school when you arrive. 

  • Please familiarise yourself with the safe measurement measures on the buses and trains if you are taking public transport. 

2. Things to pack: 

  • Bring your own kit (see list below) and avoid sharing essential items to prevent cross-contamination.

    • Face Mask

    • Reusable bag (eg. a plastic “sandwich” bag or paper bag) to store your mask and/or face-shield for hygiene purposes. Label your name and class on your reusable bag.

    • Oral Digital Thermometer

    • Hand sanitiser

    • Wet wipes

    • A box of tissue paper for wiping down of your learning area(s)

  • Remember to bring a book for reading. 

3. Attire and Grooming 

  • A gentle reminder for all students to be appropriately attired in your school uniform and groomed when you report for school. 

4. Safe Management Measures in School

All students are expected to play their part as a responsible member of the SST community by complying with the Safe Management Measures: 

4. Social Responsibility: 

  • Remain at home if you are feeling unwell and seek medical advice. 

  • DO NOT come to school if you are on Leave of Absence (LOA), Stay Home Notice (SHN), Home Quarantine Order (HQO) and Approved Absence (AA). 

  • DO NOT come to school even if you are well but one of your adult household members (18 years old and above) shows flu-like symptoms. Please have your parents inform your form teacher or contact the General Office when this situation arises. 

  • Check and monitor your own temperature daily. 

5.  Maintaining a Safe Distance at All Times

  • Abide by all social distancing measures when commuting between home and school

  • If you take the MRT to school, you are encouraged to walk to and from Dover MRT station and especially from SST to Dover MRT station to school if the weather permits to avoid crowding at the bus-stop. 

  • Maintain social distancing from others at the school gate when entering and leaving the school. 

  • When buying food, obey queue markers on the floor of the canteen for safe distancing. You are encouraged to join the queue that is cleared faster. 

  • To facilitate the quick clearance of queues, most canteen stalls will be offering a fixed standard menu on a pick-and-go basis. You are advised to plan ahead so as to avoid browsing to see what is being offered by each stall.  

6. Practising Good Hygiene Upon Arrival in School 

  • Wash hands with soap and water or clean hands with hand sanitiser

  • Report directly to your classroom. 

  • No playing of sport games (free/ unstructured play) or board games.

  • Wipe down your desk area.

  • Wash hands with soap and water or clean hands with hand sanitiser after wipe-down.

S1 Orientation programme (4 - 8 Jan 2021)

 Dear 2021 Sec 1 students,
Welcome to the SST! We look forward to welcome you to the community! Here is the schedule for Orientation 2021 (Week 1). 

Attire and What to Bring

4 - 8 Jan 2021 

(Monday - Friday)

Reporting Attire:

- SST Official Uniform

 (SST Polo Tee, Pants/Skort)

- Black Belt for gentlemen (optional)

- Covered Shoes

  1. Attire:

    1. Students are allowed to wear primary school uniform and physical education attire if they are unable to purchase SST school attire.

    2. Students are only allowed to wear covered shoes of any colour to school.

    3. For jackets, students are only allowed to wear the SST School Jacket.

Important Notes

  • For students under medication or with special medical requirements, please specify in the medical declaration form (attached to the parental consent form). Students will have to alert a teacher before taking any medication. SST will not administer any medication for students.

  • If you would like to wear a jacket within the SST Campus, please buy the SST School Jacket from the bookshop as no personal jackets should be worn. 

  • No valuables (e.g., Learning Devices/MacBooks, gaming devices, MP3 players) should be brought to school. Mobile phones should be brought for emergency communication, but its usage will only be permitted during certain times during the camp. An emergency mobile number will be provided in lieu of that.

  • A working thermometer should be brought to school everyday for daily temperature taking. 

  • Bring your own rag for wipedown activities.

  • Unless eating or undergoing strenuous activities, masks should be worn at all times in school.

  • Please practice social responsibility and remain at home if you are feeling unwell and seek medical advice.