Secondary 1, 2 and 3 End-of-Year Examination Schedules

Dear S1, S2 and S3 students,

Please find the 2019 End-of-Year Examination Schedules in the links below:




Please familiarise yourselves with the Examination Rules and Regulations.

There will be a briefing to all students on Monday, 23 September, 08:40-09:00.

  • Secondary 1 and 2 students in the ISH
  • Secondary 3 students in the Auditorium.
Please share the EOY Examination Schedules with your parents.

By Mrs Lim Woon Foong, HOD Science







Junior Student Leader Selection 2019

Dear students, As part of Junior Student Leader Selection 2019, all S1 students are invited to apply to join either the Student Council or the Peer Support Board next year. Applications are currently open and will close at 3pm on Sep 23, 2019. For more information, please refer to this set of slides. You may also email Mr Chen with your queries at chen_jin_quan@sst.edu.sg.

one-north Festival 2019

Dear Students

The one-north Festival 2019, which is jointly organized by the Agency for Science, Technology And Research (A*STAR), JTC and the Singapore Science Centre, will be held on 13 and 14 September 2019 at Fusionopolis One.  This event is a celebration of the research, innovation, creativity and enterprise taking place in and around one-north. 

The public are invited to participate in a journey of learning discovery through participation in an exciting line-up of activities which include interactive demos at an exhibition, lab tours (including FusionWorld), open houses, workshops and fringe activities that include performances by an internationally renown science magician.  See attached poster for a snapshot of what to expect.

We also have lined up an exciting array of talks where you can hear directly from researchers, innovators and entrepreneurs as they discuss the latest developments or future possibilities that impact our lives.

Details, including information on registration, are available at www.onenorthfestival.sg.  As there are limited places available at some of the activities, we would encourage you to register early.

2019 S4 PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION

Dear S4 students,

Please find the following documents for your reference:


1. 2019 Preliminary Exam Briefing slides
2. 2019 Preliminary Exam Schedule
3. 2019 Preliminary Exam - Seating Plans & Seat Allocations - Students

Should you have any queries, kindly drop me an email.

By Mrs Lim Woon Foong, HOD Science

2019 GCE O-Level English Oral Exam (13 to 23 Aug)



The GCE-O Level English oral examination will take place from 13 to 23 Aug, from 2 p.m. until around 6 p.m. each day.

The designated exam venue is InfoHub (Level 5) while the waiting room is Tutorial Room 3 (B-05-05).

Your assistance is required to ensure a conducive environment for the Sec 4s to take their examination. Please refrain from making noise or walking around the vicinity of the InfoHub and the linkway between Blocks A and B (Level 5) as you may disrupt those taking the oral examination.

The following places will also be out of bounds after 1:45pm:
    • InfoHub (Level 5) (Exam Venue)
    • Tutorial Room 3 (Waiting Room)
    • Level 5 Linkway from Block C to Block B and from Block B to Block A

Finally, all Sec 4 candidates should refer to the following briefing slides and oral candidates' schedule. If your classmates were not around during today's briefing, kindly share with them important notes about the exam.

Thank you for your cooperation, and to the Sec 4s, all the best for your preparation!

Mr Perdana Pan
Subject Head (English), Acting

National Day 2019 Celebrations

Dear students,

As part of this year's National Day celebration, SST has arranged a series of events in the lead up to 9th August.  More details can be found on the slides.

In addition, a National Day Quiz has been created by a team of Sec 4 students to test your knowledge about our nation.  Do take part to stand a chance to win house points and other attractive prizes!"


From: 
Mr Leon Choo
Subject Head (History/Social Studies)


[S4 Students only] 2019 Mass Topical Revision

Dear students,

I am sharing with you the briefing slides and other information for your planning purpose.
(b) 2019 Mass Topical Revision (15 - 23 Aug) - Students - Overview of Lessons, Schedule, Daily Lesson Schedule.
(c) Google Sign-Up Form


By Mrs Lim Woon Foong, HOD Science

[For Sec 4 Female Students only] School-based HPV Vaccination Programme (2nd Dose) on 22 Aug 2019

Dear Sec 4 Students (Female Students Only),

For female students who have taken the first dose of the HPV vaccination on 3 July 2019, please note that the second dose of the vaccination will be administered in School on 22 Aug 2019, Thu morning (instead of 8 Aug 2019).


Please refer to the schedule below and report punctually for the vaccination in your S&W attire.  


Thank you.  

2nd HPV Vaccination Schedule:  School of Science & Technology, Singapore 
Level: Secondary 4 Female students only
(those who have taken the 1st vaccination on 3 July 2019)
Date: 22 August 2019 (Thursday)
Venue: Block B, #05-01 / 02
TimeClass
0815 -0830Sec 4-02
0830-0845Sec 4-03
0845-0900Sec 4-07
0900-0930Sec 4-04
0930-1000Sec 4-05
1000-1030Sec 4-06


2019 NRIC Registration Exercise in School (for 15 Year Olds)

Dear Students (mainly Secondary 3 students),

Under the National Registration Regulations, all Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents are required to register for their NRIC in the year they reach the age of 15 years.  The NRIC Registration Exercise will be conducted at SST on 30 Aug 2019 by the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority of Singapore (ICA). 

Date:    30 Aug 2019 (Friday)
Time:   1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Venue:   SST Learning Oasis 1 (LO1), Blk C, Level 3

Class Schedule  
1.00 pm  -  S3-01, S3-02
1.30 pm  -  S3-03, S3-04
2.00 pm  -  S3-05, S3-06
2.30 pm  -  S3-07, S3-08

Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents who reach the age of 15 this year must register for their Identity Cards (ICs) before their 16th birthday.  Parents of registrants will receive notification letters from ICA two (2) weeks before the date of registration. The documents required for the IC registration will also be indicated in the notification letter.


Students are to bring along the following items on the day of the registration:
  1. ICA's completed registration form (mailed to student's home address by ICA).
  2. Birth Certificate (one photocopy)
  3. One recent passport-sized colour photograph (with dimensions 35 x 45 mm) taken against a white background with a matt or semi-matt finish (eyebrows should not be covered).
  4. MOE School Smart Card cum ez-link card with a top up value of minimum $10/- for a Singapore Citizen and $50/- for a Singapore Permanent Resident (SPR).  This is for payment for the NRIC registration.  Cash and NETS Flashpay will not be accepted.  Payment can also be made via Parent's credit card.  
  5. Foreign passport, Certificate of identity (if any) with valid Re-entry Permit. (original and photocopy.  This item is for SPR only.)
  6. Supporting document if there is a change in name:   
  • Baptism / religion certificates (for inserting of religious name)
  • Deed poll (for change in name including ethnic name). 
  • If the deed poll was executed by only one of the parents, the other parent must execute a statutory declaration to state that he/she had consented to the name change of the child.) 
For an overview of the process, please refer to the ICA website.

Students who are unable to register for their NRIC in school will be required to produce their original birth certificate and photocopies of both parent's NRIC when they register at ICA.  

If you have any queries, please contact SST General Office at Tel: 6571 7200. Thank you.

[S4 students only] Briefing on Mass Topical Revision

Dear students,

Please be informed that there is a briefing on Mass Topical Revision tomorrow, 2 Aug 2019, 07:40-08:00, Auditorium. We will observe the national symbols in the Auditorium.

By Mrs Lim Woon Foong, HOD Science



E-waste Collection Charity Drive

Dear staff and students,

Project Elixir, a youth-for-causes project is working with the Children's Cancer Foundation to raise funds for children afflicted with cancer.

As partners of CompAsia Singapore, we will be collecting old/used handphones/mini tablets regardless of brand, quality or functionality, which will be given to CompAsia. In return, they would donate the valued price of these electronics to the Children's Cancer Foundation.

This will benefit the CCF beneficiaries greatly, as well as play our part in conservation. 

The details are as follows:
Collection dates: 31 July - 2nd Aug (Wed - Fri)
Venue: General Office Collection Box

Thank you and have a great week ahead.

On behalf of Chua Hao Ren (S3-07)

PS: To protect your privacy and data, please delete all data (eg. restore to factory settings) before donation. 

Pen fundraiser (29 July - 7 Aug 2019)

Dear SST students

My name is Chua Xing Zi from S305. We are a group of ACE leaders who started the interactions@LengkokBahru with a group of under-privileged old folks. Most of these old folks live alone in a one-room rental flat and rely on public donations and social services to get by. They get together on every Saturday afternoon at the void deck of Block 52 Lengkok Bahru for lunch and interaction with some volunteers from "The Saturday Movement". We approached "The Saturday Movement" and requested to join them in their interaction sessions.

We are planning 2 Dazzling Saturdays with them. (Join us!)
1) 3 August 2019 - Jewellery making
2) 31 August 2019 - A visit to Jewel, Changi Airport

To carry out the programmes on these two Saturdays, we are doing a pen fundraiser from 29 July 2019 - 7 Aug 2019. The funds will be used to purchase materials and refreshments for the jewellery making session and the outing to Jewel. You may wish to pre-order the pen refills/ pens and pick up your purchases at the canteen during your recess time between 5 - 7 August 2019. Please bring your cash when you pick up the items.

We hope that you will be able to support us!
Thank you!

Yours sincerely
Chua Xing Zi S3-05
Seah Wei Ning S3-04
Ignatius Lim S3-03





Call for SAW Concert Performance

Dear Students,

The Peer Support Board is back with Staff Appreciation Week (SAW) 2019! The theme for SAW 2019 is "Creating Moments That Last".

What exactly is SAW all about? SAW is a platform through which the SST community comes together to express our gratitude for the staff of the school. Just like previous years, one of the items during SAW will be a concert on 5th September 2019, and we would like to seek your active support!

If you are interested in showcasing your talents during the Concert, please do fill in THIS form and include a video of your performance of not longer than 5 minutes. Please do take note that the purpose behind why and the story behind your performance will be taken into consideration during the selection process of the performers.

The e-Audition will be open from Monday, 15 July 2019 and will close on Monday, 19th August 2019, at 2000 hrs.

Selected performers will be informed by Friday, 23 August 2019 and are required to attend the concert rehearsals on Monday, 26th August 2019 and Wednesday, 28th August 2019.

We look forward to your submissions! :)

(On behalf of Peer Support Board)

Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) Talks in SST (Term 3 Week 5)




Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) will be holding its 16th Annual Meeting in Singapore, from 28 July to 2 August 2019 (Term 3 Week 5). This meeting is attended by world renowned scientists, some of whom are from NASA.

Introduction to AOGS

Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) was established in 2003 to promote geosciences and its application for the benefit of humanity, specifically in Asia and Oceania and with an overarching approach to global issues. Asia Oceania region is particularly vulnerable to natural hazards, accounting for almost 80% human lives lost globally. AOGS is deeply involved in addressing hazard related issues through improving our understanding of the genesis of hazards through scientific, social and technical approaches.

AOGS holds annual conventions providing a unique opportunity of exchanging scientific knowledge and discussion to address important geo-scientific issues among academia, research institution and public.

A series of talks have been planned for SST students; namely the Sec 2 students, Biology and Biotech students; students from the Science TDP (LoS 3) and Astronomy Club.

VENUETITLE of TALKDATETIMESPEAKERDESIGNATIONMORE INFO
SST Lecture Theatre,
100 pax
Earth Climate Science, Satellite communications29-Jul3:00-4:00 pmDr Jack KayeAssociate Director, Research of Earth Science Division, Science Missionn Directorate, NASA Headquartershttps://science.nasa.gov/about-us/organization-and-leadership/dr-jack-kaye
SST Seminar Room,
100 pax
Ocean Science and Coral Reefs29-Jul3:00-4:00 pmDr Kyle MorganAsian School of Environment at Nanyang Technological University
SST Lecture Theatre,
100 pax
Pluto30-Jul3:00-4:00 pmDr Jim GreenPhysical Research Scientists, NASA Goddard Space Flight Centerhttps://science.nasa.gov/about-us/leadership/dr-jim-green
SST Lecture Theatre,
100 pax
Cassini Project31-Jul3:00-4:00 pmProf Wing IpGraduate Institute of Astronomy, National Central Universityhttp://www.astro.ncu.edu.tw/people/faculty_bio_e.php?id=5
SST Learning Oasis 1, 50 paxNatural Hazards Demo Lecture1-Aug3:00-5:00 pmProf Bruce MalamudProfessor of Natural and Environmental Hazards, King's College, Londonhttps://www.kcl.ac.uk/people/bruce-malamud


For more information, you can check out this weblink: http://www.asiaoceania.org/aogs2019/public.asp?page=edu_outreach.htm

Interested students can sign up at https://forms.gle/hu5Zi1Z7GMy95ZHGA


Teacher in-charge: Mr Tan Hoe Teck


Media Club’s National Day Photo Competition

Media Club is organizing a National Day Photography Competition for all staff and students of SST. This year’s theme is “2”. House points will be given and the best 3 entries will even get their photos printed! What are you waiting for? Snap away and submit your photos at https://tinyurl.com/SSTND19.

For more information please refer to the document in the link below.

[S1-S3] Term 3 Written Test Schedule

Dear S1, S2 and S3 students,

Please find the schedule for Term 3 Written Test in the links below:


Do familiarise yourselves with the following:

Please share the Written Test Schedule with your parents/guardian.


By Mrs Lim Woon Foong, HOD Science




[S4 students] 2019 Preliminary Examination Schedule


Dear S4 students,

Please be informed that the 2019 Preliminary Examination will start on 26 August and end on 20 September.

Here is the Preliminary Examination Schedule.

Do familiarise yourselves with the Exam Rules and Regulations.

Two briefings will be conducted:
(a) Science Practical Exam Briefing - 13 Aug (Tue), 07:40 - 08:00, Auditorium
(b) Prelim Exam Briefing - 19 Aug (Mon), 08:40 - 09:00 Auditorium.

Please share the Preliminary Examination Schedule with your parents/guardian.

By Mrs Lim Woon Foong, HOD Science

2019 MTL O level Listening Comprehension Exam matters

Dear Sec 4 MTL and Sec 3 HMTL candidates,

Thank you for attending the briefing today.

As per mentioned in the briefing, please take note of your assigned venue and seating arrangements for the exam.

Please click the following links to access the above documents and the briefing slides used this morning.



Please contact Ms Yap Yee Ying at yap_yee_ying@sst.edu.sg, if you have further enquires.

Thank you and do your level best for the exam.