2017 Term 3 Timetables

The timetables for 2017 Term 3 (Ver 1e5) are ready now. You may refer to them HERE.

Please check your class timetable and be prepared for tomorrow's (27 June 2017, Tuesday) lessons.
S4: Common tests will resume on Wednesday (28 June 2017).



Youth Day Appeal 2017

Dear all students,

The Youth Service committee will be having a donation drive for ComChest on this coming Tuesday morning, 27 June 2017 during morning assembly at the ISH. We will be collecting funds during the assembly session.

All donated funds will go to assist the many beneficiaries and voluntary organisations supported by ComChest.

Your kind support is much appreciated as it will go a long way for the needy and those who need social support.

Thank you and looking forward to your support on Tuesday.

Cheers,
Mr Seth Tan
(on behalf of Youth Service Committee)


Reminder - Attire and Grooming on First day of Term 3, 2017


Dear Students,

Welcome back to SST in Term 3, 2017!

Gentle reminder for all students to be appropriately groomed when you report for school on 27 Jun, Tuesday (Monday, 26 Jun is a Public Holiday!). There will be a attire and grooming check during morning assembly.

  • Male Students
    • Hair must be short and neatly combed
    • Clean-shaven (not allowed to keep facial hair such as beards, long side-burns or moustaches)
  • Female Students – Hair that is shoulder length or longer must be tied up
    • Simple hair accessories such as hand bands, hair clips may be worn
    • Long fringe should be clipped up
  • Fingernails must be kept clean, short and unvarnished
  • Attire worn must be clean and neatly pressed with no holes, tears or frayed areas.

  • Click here for more guidelines

Application for the Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund 2018

Dear Students (Sec 1 to Sec 3),

We are pleased to inform you that applications for The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund (STSPMF) is open from now till 21 July 2017.   This is for students who are continuing with their studies in SST for next year (2018).  

The STSPMF is a community project initiated by The Straits Times, to provide pocket money to school-going children from low-income families. The children can use this money for school-related expenses such as a recess meal or their bus fares. 


Eligibility Criteria

Students have to meet the following criteria:
a. Student is a Singapore Citizen (SC) or Singapore Permanent Resident (SPR); and
b. Family is living in a 4-room HDB flat or smaller; and
c. Family has a Gross per capita income (PCI) of $625/ month or less; and
d. Student is receiving full-time formal education at a mainstream primary/secondary school/Junior College/ Centralised Institute (including specialised independent school); and
e. Is not concurrently receiving school pocket money or other similar monthly school pocket money schemes. Students receiving the MOE Independent School Bursary may apply.  
f.  Is currently *NOT receiving STSPMF and has not been a STSPMF beneficiary for 24 months for the whole schooling years of primary and secondary school and 48 months for post-secondary school. [Note: *This does not refer to students who are currently receiving the fund through your school and wish to continue receiving the fund, subject to their eligibility].

Benefits
Students supported by the STSPMF will be able to receive $95 per month (secondary school students) for a maximum of 24 months (starting Jan 2018 onwards).  

Application Procedures and Submission 
Students who meet the eligibility criteria may apply.  Application forms are available from the SST General Office. Completed application forms, together with the relevant supporting documents, must be submitted to the SST General Office by 21 July 2017.  Successful applicants will be notified through the school in Dec 2017.   

ICT-Related Contest

1. Code::XtremeApps::2017

Code::XtremeApps:: (CXA) hackathon is back this year to challenge minds and inspire innovative solutions for current issues that affect us. The theme this year will be “My Smart City: Connecting Our Senses”. The focus will be on sharing of Internet of Things (IoT) sensors and data, to promote a heightened level of awareness in the world we live in.

Participants will be challenged to solve real problems from organisations across various sectors – Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA), PSA Singapore and Suntec Singapore - through IoT technology and standards. The aim is to discover new and innovative solutions that give them competitive advantage in the businesses/services that they are operating on, and thus galvanize Singapore to becoming a Smart City.

Registration is now open, on 5th May! The competition will be held from the 14th to 15th of July 2017.

What’s different this year is the challenge statements will be released 6 weeks prior to the 24-hour final hackathon. Participants will now have the opportunity to develop better and more complete solutions for this challenge.

Code::XtremeApps::2017 Website

Students who are interested in participating, please contact Mr. Jonathan Chua @ jonathan_chua@sst.edu.sg.

SST Inc. is Recruiting!

SST Inc. is recruiting! Click the image below if you are passionate about ICT and want to learn more about technology!


You can also sign up through https://goo.gl/edulZ3


[For Parents] G+ Community for Parents

[This post was first put up on 1 April 2017]

Dear Parents

Do join the G+ Community (if you have not done so) to be posted with tips and trends related to the cyber space. Information on upcoming Parents Engagement programme and resources from previous sessions are also available via the community.

Click HERE to access the community and click at the "ASK TO JOIN" button (on the left panel)
(To help us verify your identity, please add your child to your circle. Thank you.)





[22 May 2017] School Parent Meeting, Celebration of Learning and Career Day @ SST - Programme

Dear students, 

Please read through the programme planned for the various levels for SPM, Celebration of Learning and Career Day @ SST which will take place this Monday (22 May 2017). 

Kindly be reminded that students are expected to be in full school uniform and that the usual school rules apply. 

Thank you. 

Lower Sec MY Post Exams Activities Briefing 2017

You can find the slides to this morning's briefing here:

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Pkoj9xY_z0ZbLZfz3i_BanXMZ5rCf7V61cU-8vByOdw/edit#slide=id.g1e04a2deff_0_361

Thank you!

SunburST InnoFest 2017 (for Sec 2's only)

Good Day everyone.

The SunburST InnoFest 2017 is a competition that aims to seed and develop students' interest in the Science, Technology, Engineering, Aesthetics and Mathematics (STEAM) content areas. It would be a cohort-wide event for the Sec 2s and is compulsory for everyone to participate in.

As have already been mentioned by your respective ADMT teachers, each team of 5 would consists of members who would be adopting the various roles of either a (Team) Leader, Maker, Coder, Designer and Marketer. 

Members would go for differentiated learning journeys on Tuesday morning (23 May 2017) and full-day training sessions (Wednesday (24 May 2017), before coming together and working as a team on Thursday, full day (25 May 2017). There would be an overnight component on Thursday too.

The competition would culminate in a concurrent presentation of the various strands on Friday morning (26 May 2017), before the grand finals happening at the Auditorium, somewhat similar to the 3M Challenge finale last year. The competition is scheduled to finish by 1130 H, before your end-of-semester class cleanup. The prize presentation would be happening during the end-of-semester school assembly.

For those that are very keen, the organising committee is also looking at between 20 to 40 participating students from the event, that would like to help out with the nationwide SunburST Make-A-Thon 2017 event for upper primary schools, which would be happening the week after, from 31 May to 2nd June 2017. Do inform us should you be keen to facilitate with the running of the event, as it is a major event in SST's calendar!

More detailed information regarding the InnoFest, including your packing list and timings, are downloadable from the Event Admin Brief PDF document here: https://goo.gl/FjdIZG

Please do contact any of your ADMT teachers, or me directly, should you require more information regarding the event. 

Best regards,
Mr Irfan Darian
On behalf of the Organising Committee
SunburST InnoFest and Make-A-Thon 2017

Post Exams Activities (Lower Secondary Only)

Dear Sec 1 and Sec 2 students

You are to refer to this link and be prepared for the Post Exams Activities Schedule, starting 18 May 17:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1olpLnu8ZP0AdE9dWV1QVtZjcNYYG98SoIf4ZUAsrbnI/edit#gid=0

If you have not submit your consent form, please pass it to your SW teacher immediately. Thank you!

Mr Dennis Lam

[S1-S3] [Invitation to Participate] Australian Mathematics Competition

The Australian Mathematics Competition is an annual competition to encourage students in mathematics and stimulate their interest in mathematical problem solving. This competition will take place in SST on 27 July (Thurs) from 3:30pm - 5pm and is open to all Sec 1 - 3 students. S3 students, please note that this might clash with your AS.

This contest costs $11.50 per student, which will be paid by Edusave. In the event that you do not have an Edusave account/do not wish to pay through Edusave, it will be deducted through GIRO.

If you wish to participate in this competition, please click HERE to fill up the form.
[Note: Please inform your parents before committing to the competition]

The deadline for registration is May 26 (Friday).

If you have further queries, please email Mr Chen at chen_jin_quan@sst.edu.sg.

2017 NRIC Registration Exercise (for 15 year olds)

Dear Students (mainly Secondary 3 students),

The NRIC Registration Exercise will be conducted at SST in July 2017:

Date:   7 July 2017 (Friday)
Time:   1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Venue:   SST Learning Oasis 2 (LO2), 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

The exercise will be conducted by the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority of Singapore (ICA). 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 original items on the day of the registration:

  1. ICA's notification letter.
  2. One recent passport-sized colour photograph (with dimensions 35 x 45 mm) taken against a white background with a matt or semi-matt finish.
  3. MOE student card cum ez-link card with top up value of minimum $10/- for a Singapore Citizen and $50/- for a Singapore Permanent Resident (SPR).
  4. For payment by credit card, the parent to provide the card details on the notification letter.
  5. Original and one photocopy of deed poll executed by both parents for change of name (including ethnic characters). If the deed poll was executed by only one of the parents, the other parent is required to come to ICA building to complete a declaration that he/she consents to the name change.
  6. Original and one photocopy of Baptism or Religious Certificate for insertion of religious name.
  7. Foreign passport, Certificate of identity (if any) with valid Re-entry Permit. (This item is for SPR only)

For an overview of the process, please refer to the ICA website.

Absentees will have to proceed to ICA directly with their parents to register for their NRICs.  

If you have any queries or if you are unable to be present for the registration exercise on 7 July 2017, please call SST General Office at Tel: 6571 7200 for assistance. Thank you.

[ECG] 2017 DSA-JC Exercise - Information Note for Secondary 4 Students

Dear S4 students and parents,

Introduced in 2005, the DSA-JC Exercise provides students with the opportunity to seek admission to a Junior College (JC), based on a diverse range of academic and non-academic achievements and talents that they can demonstrate beyond the GCE ‘O’ Level Examination.

You would have received a copy of the "Information Note on 2017 DSA-JC Exercise" on 8 May 2017 (Monday) during Monday's CE lesson. 

For those who are interested in applying for DSA-JC, please visit the respective Junior Colleges' DSA website and https://www.moe.gov.sg/admissions/direct-admissions/dsa-jc/ for the DSA-JC Exercise FAQs. 

Should you have any enquiries and/or clarifications on the DSA-JC Exercise, please feel free to check with your Form Teachers or Head of Year 4 (Ms Karen Ng). 

[You may find the link to the "Information Note on 2017 DSA-JC Exercise" here]

Thank you.

[ECG] Talk by ECG Counsellor - Leaping from SST - Preparing for Post Secondary Education & School Admissions

Dear all,

As we are approaching the end of Term 2 and the DSA-JC and EAE period, it is a good time to revisit the various post-secondary educational pathways and the admission exercises available.

Our ECG counsellor, Dr. Piriya will be conducting a talk on "Preparing for Post-Secondary Education and School Admission".

The details of the talk can be found below. If you are interested, please register via the email sent to your SST email or the link available on Google Site

Regards,
Ms Karen Ng

[Parents] I Can't Live Without IT! - Engaging The IT & Smartphone Generation

This Parents' Engagement Programme takes place on the School-Parent Meeting (SPM) Day when you will be in SST to meet up with the Form Teacher and find out your child's progress in this semester. Mr Shem Yao, is the Senior Executive of TOUCH Cyber Wellness (TCW) will be the speaker of the talk. Come and attend the talk to find out practical tips that you can guide and support your child during this holiday!


Synopsis:

There is a growing prevalence of mobile gadget usage in Singapore. Pre-school toddlers are being nanny-ed with smart mobile devices. Primary school children are pressurising their parents to buy them a smartphone. And more than 90% of youths own a smartphone by the time they are 13 years old. 50% of them own at least two or more gadgets, such as a smartphone, laptop, tablet or portable audio device.

Be engaged by our experienced speaker and gain a better understanding of youths’ mobile habits, some of the mobile technology concerns and how to connect with them more effectively in this digital age. Practical tips, rules and guidelines to managing the child’s mobile usage will also be shared.

Topic: I Can't Live Without IT! - Engaging The IT & Smartphone Generation
Date: 22 May 2017, Monday
Time: 1.30 pm - 3.30 pm (2 hrs)
Venue: LT (C-03-11)
Fee: Session is FREE

Click HERE to register


Upper Secondary Mid Year Post Exams Inter House Games (IHG)

Dear Sec 3 and 4,

All upper secondary students will be involved in Inter-House Games on the morning of 12 May 2017 (Friday). Students with medical excuses, please help us out with score-keeping and officiating. 

Everyone, please come in SW attire and appropriate shoes, with your nails trimmed. During the games, please remove all watches and jewellery and empty your pockets. Kindly get plenty of sleep the night before and have a good breakfast as there isn't any fixed recess time that day. Students who are unwell or recovering from illness/injury, but who would still like to participate, are to declare the medical conditions to the teachers-in-charge before the start of first game. We expect school to end at 1pm that day. Please do not bring valuables that day as everyone will be too busy to take care of your belongings for you. 

We look forward to an exciting sports carnival with you. Thank you.

Best Regards,
Mr Dennis Lam

Upper Secondary House meeting for Mid Year Post Exams Inter House Games (IHG)

Hi Upper Sec students (Sec 3 and Sec 4),

There will be house meeting for you to sign up for Mid Year Post Exams IHG this Wednesday from 2-2.30pm.

The venues are as follow for the respective Houses:

Black - Audi
Red- Mph
Green - Ish
Blue - Atrium
Yellow- Big stairs outside LO2

Thank you.

CCE Lessons on 24 April 2017 (Monday)

Below is the programme for Monday's CCE Lesson.

S1 & S2 will remain in classes for lessons while S3 & S4 will proceed to the multi-purpose hall for the talk.


LevelProgrammeTopicLocation
S1
Peer to Peer programme
Discerning Fake NewsS1 Classroom
S2Be wary of online scamsS2 Classroom
S3
Assembly talk
(by Touch Cyber-wellness)
Social Media:
The Unbridled World of Social Media
MPH
S4

Morning Assembly for Tues 18/4/17 (All Levels) and Rescheduling of S3 Common Test Briefing

Dear students,

Please kindly note that all levels will report to the ISH for morning assembly tomorrow, 18/4/17.

Common Test briefing for S3 will be rescheduled to Thurs, 0740.

Thank you.

Common Test Briefing for S3 and S4

Dear S3 and S4 students, Please report to the Auditorium on the following dates for your morning assembly followed by Common Test Briefing. S4: Monday 17/4/17 by 0840 hrs S3: Tuesday 18/4/17 by 0740 hrs

Mathematics-Related Contests



1. 11th Inter-school Sudoku Challenge

Broadrick Secondary School is organising its 11th Inter-School Sudoku Challenge on Thursday, 6 July 2017. SST is invited to send 1 team of 4 students from Secondary 1 or 2. The top 5 teams will receive prizes. There is no registration fee.

Students interested in sudoku and logic puzzles, please email Mr Chen at chen_jin_quan@sst.edu.sg by Friday (21 April 2017) for registration.


2. 2017 Singapore Statistics Poster Competition

The Department of Statistics and Applied Probability of NUS is organising the 2017 Singapore Statistics and Poster Competition. 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 with your project ideas by next Friday (21 April 2017). He will mentor you in this competition.


SST Glider Competition (2017)

Dear Sec 1s and 2s, 

As mentioned during the morning assembly, the SYFC will be holding its inaugural SST Glider Competition later this term. 

Not only will participants learn about the basic theory of flight and how to build a wooden glider from basic raw materials, they also stand to win attractive prizes in the competition.

We will be conducting (a) theory lesson and (b) hands-on workshops to guide all participants in building their wooden gliders, which will be used in the competition later; all building materials will be provided during the workshops. 

To sign up, please visit this following URL: http://tinyurl.com/melsqbl.

Important notes:
  • Registration will close by this Thursday (13 April), 5:00pm;
  • Only the first 30 registered participants will be accepted; all participants will be notified via email upon successful registration.
  • Details and schedule of the theory lesson and workshops will be sent via email to all participants at a later date (once registration is closed).
  • Participants are not allowed to skip TDP, SSP and CCA for the theory lesson, workshops and competition itself in the event of a clash.
Thank you for your kind attention and cooperation.

On behalf of SST SYFC.

2017 Sec 4 English Oral Prelim Exam (10 to 17 Apr): Out-of-bounds Venues

The Sec 4 English oral preliminary examination will take place on 10, 11, 13 and 17 April 2017, from 3.15 p.m. (on 10 and 17 April) or 4.00 p.m. (on 11 and 13 Apr) and end 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 Perdana Pan
Sec 4 EL Level Coordinator

2017 International Friendship Day@SST - Logo Design Competition

To commemorate this year’s International Friendship day, let’s put our creativity together and design a logo that represents good relationships between Singapore and other nations. You may use any software to create the logo. The logo can represents the relationships between Singapore one particular nation or several nations.

Examples:




  • (A) Theme: Friendship between Singapore and other nations.
  • (B) Team: a pair of students from any level
  • (C) Product: Logo
  • (D) Deadline: Thursday, 13th April 2017 before 3 p.m.
  • (E) Information to be included when you email:
    • Name and Class of Group Members
    • Caption of the logo
    • Short reflection on the reasons behind the design
  • (F) Email to Mr Thanapat, thanapat_thanchitt@sst.edu.sg

Thank you.



Infohub Closure

Dear students,

Please be informed that the Infohub will be closed at 3 pm today as the Info Hub Executive will not be available. We apologise for the short notice.

Spice Challenge

In commemoration of 2017 International Friendship Day, SST NE Events is organising an interesting activity. This is open to Lower Sec Classes.
 Please nominate two Class NE Representatives or any two interested class representatives.

The details are as follows:

  • Activity: Spice Challenge
  • Day/Date: Tuesday, 4th April 2017
  • Reporting Time: Anytime between 2.30 - 3 p.m. (After school)
  • Reporting Venue: Atrium
  • Duration: 10 minutes
  • Teachers-in-charge: Ms Ruth Loh & Ms Wong Ho Yan

Thank you.
On behalf of NE Events Team
Ms Wong Ho Yan, Ms Pearl Huang, Ms Ruth Loh & Mdm Azizah

2017 International Friendship Day@SST - E-Poster Competition

7th April 2017 marks International Friendship Day which is dedicated to the understanding of Singapore’s relations with her neighbouring countries within ASEAN and beyond. Singapore being a small nation with increasingly interconnected world, she needs an active foreign policy to maintain its good relations with neighbouring countries and take advantage of opportunities arising from a rapidly evolving global landscape. Singapore needs to cultivate is the good relations in term of geopolitical with the countries around.

Singapore does not have natural resources like many of the neighbouring countries do, therefore one of the strong act that Singapore needs to cultivate is the good relations in term of geopolitical with the countries around. This day also provides a good opportunity for us to think and reflect on our part as global citizens

To commemorate this day, let’s put our thoughts on an E-Poster on how food plays an important role in fostering good relationship. Food come in all shapes and sizes, but it deserves recognition on International Friendship Day. The details of the rubrics of the E-Poster are provided. You may refer to articles for ideas from the complimentary copy of IN Edition of The Straits Times, Monday, 27th March 2017.



Looking forward to your entry.

Details of the E-Poster Competition

  • (A) Theme: Celebrating 50 years of tasty ASEAN relations.
  • (B) Team: a group of 4-5 students from any level
  • (C) Product: E-Poster
  • (D) Deadline: Wednesday, 5th April 2017 before 3 p.m.
  • (E) Information to be included in the E-Poster
    • Name and Class of Group Members
    • Caption of the E-Poster
  • (F) Email to Ms Wong Ho Yan, wong_ho_yan@sst.edu.sg

Thank you.
On behalf of NE Events Team
Ms Wong Ho Yan, Ms Pearl Huang, Ms Ruth Loh & Mdm Azizah




School Canteen Matters

Dear students, 

Some updates on canteen matters.  

1) Trial for fruits system.

There will be a trial period to encourage eating of fruits amongst students. To make it more convenient and visible for all, the fruits will be placed at the stalls during the trial. The token system will cease during the trial, which will last for 1 month starting from 3 April. Those who have tokens from previous purchases can exchange them for fruits at the stalls during the trial.

2) Use of disposables.

You are strongly encouraged to bring your own non-disposables for those who intend to have takeaways. Do remind one another to reduce, reuse and recycle whenever possible. It is important to cultivate habits to reduce our carbon footprint.

3) Cleanliness responsibility

You are reminded to clear the areas you use after eating. You are to clear any leftover food off the utensils, before placing them gently in the receptacle bins. You are also reminded to reduce food wastage and politely ask for smaller portions if need be.

Thank You.

New Arrivals in Info Hub for Term 2

Dear Students,

New arrivals for Term 2 are available for borrowing. Do come and check them out.

     



Student Leaders' Investiture

Dear Students,

The 2017 Student Leaders' Investiture is taking place in the afternoon on Mon, Apr 3 (T2W3). This year, 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 - Outside ISH
Sec 4 - Our Space

All students will 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 124 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 Peer Support Leaders, in addition to selected Student Councillors, as well as Media Club crew supporting the event: To be excused for lunch after 13:00.
  • Other Sec 2 and Sec 3 Student Councillors, CCA Captains/Chairpersons, CCA Vice-captains/Vice-chairpersons and House Captains and Vice-captains: To be excused for lunch after 13:15.
Here is the seating plan in the MPH for this Investiture:



Feel free to contact Mr Chen Jinquan, Mr Perdana Pan, or Sajidah Banu (Peer Support Board/S3-04) for clarifications.

Assembly on 31 March 2017, Friday

Dear students,

Please be informed that assembly this Friday will be hosted by the MTL Department as the finale for 2017 MTL Fortnight. Assembly programme will thus be decentralised at various locations for different groups of students:

Level/Students involved
Venue
Time
Programme
ICs
Sec 1 Chinese students
Auditorium
12 pm – 1.15 pm
Chinese Challenge
文大比拼
Ms Yeo Sok Hui
Sec 2 to 4 Chinese students
MPH
12 pm – 1.30 pm
Xin Yao Appreciation
新空下新谣音乐分享会
Ms Yap Hui Min
All sec 1 to 4 Malay students

Atrium
12 pm- 1 pm
Fiesta Budaya & Communal Dining
Madm Azizah & Mdm Arfah
All Sec 1 to 4 Tamil students

Tamil Room
12 pm- 1 pm
Various activities
Mr Jeya
All sec 1 to 4 Hindi students

Hindi Room
12 pm- 1 pm
Various activities
Miss Shubhra & Miss Sandhya


Students exempted from MT and those offering Foreign Language/Asian Language as MT are to be at the respective locations with their form class.

Please remind the respective subject teacher to release the class by 11.55 am. Be punctual so that we can start the various programmes on time. 

Thank you and looking forward to a meaningful and fun-filled time.