LEAPS 2.0 Notes: All Sec 1 - 3's Please Read

Dear Sec 1 - 3 Students,

Please read this to help you understand your LEAPS 2.0 records:

https://drive.google.com/a/sst.edu.sg/file/d/0B_G92ngiK_cfNWkzLWZLRVladFk/view?usp=sharing

Dear Sec 4's,

Please ignore the above as it is irrelevant to you.

Thanks!

Mr Dennis Lam
S&W Department

[S1 to S3] 2016 Year-End Fun Pack & Remedial-Revision Materials

Dear Students

To keep you in touch with your studies in fun and enjoyable ways, the school has planned cognitively engaging activities for the various subjects. The Holiday Fun Pack 2016 for each subject would be available via the Students' Googlesite. These materials are designed such that you can work on them independently.

Please refer to the GoogleSite for greater details.
By revising what has been covered in the scheme of work for the past year in an efficient and effective way, you will be able to better internalise and apply the key concepts and skills learnt. This will help you form and maintain good study habits so as to start the new academic year with a strong foundation.





Infocomm Media (ICM) Youth Festival


Come to the Infocomm Media (ICM) Youth Festival and immerse yourself in youth-centric experiential zones of all things tech and media.
Highlights:
  • Over 70 free workshops on coding (e.g. Apple Swift Playground), robotics, virtual reality, 360◦ video creation and more (Register here!)
  • Experience being a newscaster, radio DJ, software developer, data analyst or cyber security specialist 
  • Create life-size 3D paintings with Google Tilt Brush
  • Come and see young coders programme their troops for battle during ‘Ace of Coders’
  • Meet and greet sessions with MediaCorp celebrities and YouTubers Night Owl Cinematics
  • Get served by robots in the Smart Café
  • Hop on to the Lab on Wheels to discover the latest tech gadgets

[S1-S3] Do you know?.... We have a wide collection @ InfoHub

Dear Students

With the school holidays around the corner, it would be a great time to pick up a few books to read... Do you know that the SST InfoHub has a wide collection of fiction and non-fiction titles?

You may approach your EL Teachers to recommend books/ genres that would help you to strength your language skills, too!

You can start borrowing the books before the term ends....

Click at the following links to find out what's available:


[For Secondary 3 Students ONLY] 2016 Student ICT Survey

Dear Sec 3 Students,
The student ICT survey gathers student self-reported data about: 
* Use of laptops and perceived effects on work habits, learning, and classroom environment
* Student engagement and the value they perceive in their schoolwork 
* Learning strategies and organisational skills

These data allows us to track the progress of the implementation of the 1-1 programme in SST.

ALL Sec 3 students are to complete the ICT survey by the Form-Teacher Period on Friday 28 Oct 2016.

You can access the survey via the link https://goo.gl/Yol5yy .
Completing the survey takes about 30-40 minutes.


Mr Dean Ang Ngee Keng

(S1 & S2) Post-Exam Activity - NE Experience: Visit to the Singapore Discovery Centre

You are invited to share your experiences by uploading photographs to the G+ Community
- Click "ASK TO JOIN" to so that you can contribute your photos



Ways to access:





(S3 students) Announcement

Notice to All Sec 3 Students,

Please go to the auditorium for tomorrow's morning assembly. There will be a prize presentation for the Australian Mathematics Competition and a short briefing on the openings of attachment opportunities in Ngee Ann Polytechnic.

Thank you.
Mr Lam Hin Chew

[Information] 2016 Edusave Awards for Independent Schools

Please click at the following links for information related to the Edusave Awards for Independent Schools (from the Ministry of Education) in 4 different languages

[S1, S2, S3] Release of Results via SDM

Dear Students

Please be informed that your results will be available via the SDM as follows:

LevelDate when results are accessible via SDMRemarks
Sec 128 October 2016 (Friday)On the same day when report books are issued
Sec 225 October 2016 (Tuesday)Results will be made accessible to facilitate S3 Course Option Exercise (25-28 October)
Note: Report books will be issued on 28 October 2016
Sec 328 October 2016 (Friday)On the same day when report books are issued


  • Click HERE to access the SDM
  • Click HERE if you need to reset your password

What will be published online (updated 24 Oct 2016)






[Sec 2] Important: Changes to Secondary 3 Course Option Exercise Schedule

Dear Sec 2 students

This morning, we have briefed you on the changes to the Secondary 3 Course Option Exercise.

The Course Option Exercise will now be opened from 25 to 28 October 2016 instead. Apart from having one more day for you and your parents to discuss before submitting the course option, the course option outcome will also be released on 11 Nov. This will allow you to start getting the relevant materials for the new academic year early.

Below is the revised timeline:

S/NEVENTUPDATED on
21 October 2016
1Overall results will be published and accessible via the SDM.

Online submission of Course Option by students via SDM.
T4W7
25-28 Oct 2016
2Release of course options results via SDM.T4W9
11 Nov 2016
3Appeals (after release of course options results); must be submitted by parents via SDM.

Submission of appeal after 15 Nov 2016 will NOT be entertained.
T4W10
14-15 Nov 2016
4Outcomes of appeals will be sent to parents’ email.
(Pls ensure parents’ emails are correctly updated in SDM.)
22 Nov 2016

To facilitate smooth running of this process within the stipulated timeline, please ensure that the login IDs and passwords for yourself and your parents are valid.

You may also log in to the GoogleSite for the slides used at the briefing on Tuesday.

Click HERE to access the SDM
Click HERE if you need to reset your password





NE Experience during upcoming school holidays

Dear SST students,

There is an exciting event for all of you during the school holidays.

Do come and celebrate S’pore Discovery Centre 20th Anniversary on 19th Nov 2016.  You are invited to come with family and friends and have a fun filled day with events and game booths for everyone to participate!

Please refer to the announcement here for more details.

Have fun!


On behalf of SST NE Events Team




Early Dismissal for Hindu Students on Eve of Deepavali

Dear Students,

In view of the preparation for Deepavali celebration, Hindu students are allowed to leave the school at 10.30 am on the eve of Deepavali on 28 Oct 2016, Friday.

Students will have to sign-out at the General Office before they leave the school premises.  

We would like to wish all Hindu students and their families a "Happy Deepavali".  

Warmest regards.

Announcement for SunburST Makers' InnoFest for Nov 2016

The SunburST Makers’ InnoFest programme aims to seed and nurture STEAM-centric interest amongst the students of SST, through pervasive hands-on learning, and encouraging students to create physical artefacts or prototypes of value. 

The pilot run of the programme was conducted in June 2016, at the Makers Lab, and received very good feedback from the participants. 

TWO more runs are slated to run in the middle of November. The first run in November is from 14th to 15th Nov (Monday to Tuesday), and the second is from 16th to 17th Nov (Wednesday to Thursday).

Application is now open to students from the Sec 1 to 3 classes of 2016, who might have missed out on the pilot session, to participate in either 1 of the 2 sessions. Spaces are limited for each session, and are offered on a first-come-first-served basis. So do hurry if you are interested.

Please click HERE to sign up.
Closing date would be on Friday, 28 Oct 2016.

Application for NEU PC Plus Grant Through School (For Sec 1 to Sec 3 Students)

Dear Students,

SST has worked with IDA to provide the NEU PC Plus Grant, which allows students from low-income households to own a brand new learning device (MacBook) at an affordable price. Under the programme, SST students fulfilling certain criteria will be able to own a Macbook at a subsidised rate. 

Eligibility Criteria
(1)   The application is open to Singapore Citizens or Permanent Residents students.
(2)   Monthly household income must not exceed $3,400 or per capita income must not exceed $900.

In addition, the iNSPIRE Fund scheme offers financial assistance to full-time students who are unable to afford the co-payment amount under the NEU PC Plus Programme.  Successful applicants of the NEU PC Plus Programme will render between 3 to 12 hours of community service within a period of 6 months.  The School will assist to arrange community activities in order for the successful applicant to fulfil the requirement.  

Students who meet the criteria, may obtain the application form by either downloading the form HERE or collect a hardcopy from the SST General Office.  Completed applications and supporting documents are to be submitted directly to SST General Office for processing and the school's approval. The application deadline is on 10 November 2016.

More information about the NEU PC Plus programme and iNSPIRE Fund eligibility criteria/assistance level and conditions are available HERE.  Thank you.

Info Hub Level 5 - Space for Study

Dear all,

With immediate effect, level 5 is now solely for upper secondary students study zone after the one week trial period.

Lower secondary students are to use level 4 (where supervision is provided) to study.

Increase In Viral Gastroenteritis (VGE) Cases In Schools

Dear Students,

Viral gastroenteritis (VGE) is commonly known as “stomach flu” and outbreaks have been periodically reported in educational institutions. MOH has observed an increase in the number of VGE cases reported in schools. 

VGE is usually caused by viruses such as norovirus and rotavirus. They are highly contagious pathogens that can affect children with symptoms of vomiting, diarrhoea and abdominal pain.  A person can be exposed and infected with the virus through: 1) eating food or drinking liquids that are contaminated with the pathogens; 2) touching surfaces or objects contaminated with the pathogens then putting fingers in mouth; or 3) inhaling and swallowing aerosolised vomit containing the viral particles.

In view of the increased number of VGE cases, all students are reminded to practise good health and hygiene habits, including good hand washing procedures. Teachers will continue to be vigilant for students presenting with diarrhoea or vomiting symptoms, and render the necessary medical assistance.

The following poster from MOH on steps to keep our school safe from VGE is for your information. 


Morning Assembly 3rd Oct 2016

Dear students,

Please note the reporting venues for morning assembly for your level on 3rd Oct 2016:

Sec 1: Auditorium
Sec 2: ISH
Sec 3: ISH
Sec 4: ISH

Thank you.