Thursday, 31 May 2018

2018 #startathon Junior @ River Valley High School

1.    River Valley High School (RVHS), the NTU Nanyang Technopreneurship Center (NTC) and ideasinc are organising the #startathon Junior for students from Secondary 3, 4 and Junior College 1 (or their equivalents) on 27th and 28th July 2018.
2.    #startathon Junior is the high school edition of the actual #startathon organised by NTC and ideasinc targeted at tertiary institutions. Since 2016, RVHS has brought the competition to younger students from secondary schools, integrated programme schools, specialised schools and junior colleges.
3.    #startathon Junior is a competition that aims to instigate creative thought in entrepreneurship and value creation. Participants will apply their entrepreneurial skills and pit their wits against other peers in this intense and exciting innovation nation-wide event designed for young coders, dealers, makers, designers and emphatisers to rapidly ideate, prototype and validate their business ideas.
4.    Students who are interested can email Mr Lam Hin Chew ( for more information by 18 June 2018.
5.    Thank you.

Raffles Business Symposium (For Upper Secondary Students only)

Launched in 2014, the Raffles Business Symposium aims to cultivate the entrepreneurial dare in our young people from 15 - 21 years and serve as an incubation ground for their ideas. The symposium is made up to two components - the symposium segment that comprises of presentations by ground-breaking local entrepreneurs and the competition segment for our budding entrepreneurs to share their unique business ideas and draw insights from the research and ideation process of others.

Through the symposium, we hope to enable our participants to achieve the following objectives:
  • Celebrate those who have been entrepreneurially daring
  • Harness the lessons learnt by existing entrepreneurs
  • Have opportunities to voice out questions and receive advice from entrepreneurs who are well-versed with current market demands
  • Foster the spirit of collaboration and the sharing of knowledge
  • Present unique business ideas with the possibility of some ideas being implemented

The theme for the Raffles Business Symposium 2018 is: Environmental Sustainability.

"Sustainable development is a dynamic process which enables people to realise their potential and improve their quality of life in ways which simultaneously protect and enhance the earth's life support systems." (Forum for the Future) With a modern, consumerist and largely urban existence throughout the developed world today, an inexorable depletion of natural resources has resulted in immense amount of environmental degradation. Sustainable development is the key to ameliorate such an exigent issue and catalyse ethical and continuous economic growth.

This year, our keynote speakers include Ms Leona Tan, Head of DBS Foundation, Mr Aloysius Sng, CEO of REFASH, Mr Dragos Necula, CEO of Etrican, as well as representatives from oBike Singapore, and United Nations Global Compact Network Singapore. With their wealth of experience in their various industries, they will be sharing with us on how we can be better prepared be environmentally sustainable. The respective organisations from our speakers will also be working with us to realise outstanding proposals identified during this competition in real life.

For the competition segment, the winning teams will receive the following cash prizes, in addition to potentially realising their proposals with our partner organisations:
  • 1st prize: $300
  • 2nd prize: $200
  • 3rd prize: $100

Here are also some important dates:

  • RSVP Date: 15th June 2018, Friday
  • Submission for Preliminary Round of Competition Segment: 21st July 2018, Friday
  • Release of Preliminary Round results (via email) of Competition Segment: 9th August 2018, Thursday
  • Symposium and Final Round of Competition Segment: 17th August 2018, Friday, 4:30pm - 8:30pm

We would like to invite up to 3 teams of 4-5 students to participate in the competition and symposium segments and 10 students or teachers to participate in the symposium segment.

Team Registration Form:

We will email the participants personally with more details, including the rubrics for the competition and a reading package based on Environmental Sustainability. 

Students who are interested either in the competition and symposium segments or symposium segment only please email Mr Lam Hin Chew ( by 11 June. Selection will be on a first come first serve basis. Please register only after Mr Lam has given the approval.

Thank you.

Saturday, 26 May 2018

Wednesday, 23 May 2018

2018 School Parent Meeting & Career Day @ SST (24 May 2018)

Dear students, 

School Parent Meeting and Career Day@SST will take place on 24 May 2018 (Thursday). 

Please take note of the updated programme for the day. 

Target Audience
0800 to 1100
1200 to 1530
Parent-Form Teacher Conference
Students are to accompany their parents to meet
their form teachers.
For all students
Sports Hall
Career Day @ SST
0800 to 1100
1200 to 1530
S3 Course Options Clinic
Walk-in consultation on selection of Sec 3 Course Options in Sciences, Humanities subjects and Mother Tongue Languages
For interested parents of Secondary 2 students
Sports Hall
(Blk D, L1)
0800 to 1100
Educational and Career Guidance
Walk-in consultation for parents with SST Educational and Career Guidance Counsellor, Dr Piriya Sasajala
For interested parents for all levels
Sports Hall
(Blk D, L1)
0800 to 1200
Post-Secondary & Tertiary Education Fair
Anderson Junior College
Anglo-Chinese Junior College
Eunoia Junior College
National Junior College
Raffles Institution
Victoria Junior College (Prospectus)
Temasek Polytechnic
Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Nanyang Polytechnic
Singapore Polytechnic
LASALLE College of the Arts
Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts
Singapore Institute of Technology
Singapore University Of Technology & Design
Nanyang Technological University (Prospectus)
National University of Singapore 
(Faculty of Engineering & Faculty of Computing)
Building and Construction Authority
DSO National Laboratories
Infocomm Media Development Authority
Singapore Armed Forces (Army & Navy)
The Republic of Singapore Air Force
For ALL Upper Secondary Students and their Parents / Guardians

*Sec 3 and 4 students - Please mark your attendance in the MPH.

Purpose Hall
(Blk D, L2)

Information Sessions by Junior Colleges
Raffles Institution (A Level Programme)
Eunioa Junior College (A Level Programme)
St Joseph's Institution (IB Programme)
National Junior College (A Level Programme)
For interested Upper Secondary Students
and their Parents / Guardians

Our Space
(Blk D, L2)
1200 to 1300
JC or Poly? - How do I decide?
Information Session on GCE A Level by Anglo-Chinese Junior College and Polytechnic Programme By Ngee Ann Polytechnic
For interested Upper Secondary Students and their Parents / Guardians
Our Space
(Blk D, L2)
1400 to 1700
Career Talks by Parents for students
Compulsory for all Sec 3 students and optional for Sec 4 students
Blk C Level 4 Classrooms
Note: Students are expected to be in school uniform. The usual school rules apply.

The cafe and canteen will be operating from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

We hope that you have a fruitful and enjoyable learning experience tomorrow! :)

Thank you.

Monday, 21 May 2018

2018 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 29 June 2018.  The exercise will be conducted by the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority of Singapore (ICA). 

Date:    29 June 2018 (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 original items on the day of the registration:
  1. ICA's completed registration form.
  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 student 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).  Payment can also be made via parents' 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.

Friday, 18 May 2018

[ECG] 2018 Poly Early Admissions Exercise (EAE) for Sec 4 students

Dear Sec 4 students and parents of Sec 4 students, 

Students who wish to gain admission to a polytechnic can also participate in the Polytechnic EAE (Poly EAE), which will commence on 21 Jun 2018, for admission in 2019.

Students who are interested to apply for the upcoming Poly Admissions Exercise, please read the information and timeline provided in the 2018 Poly EAE Briefing Slides and the 2018 Poly EAE Factsheet that were shared by your form teachers earlier. 

More Information on the Poly EAE can also be found on the Poly EAE website at

Students can approach their Form Teacher or Head of Year 4 (Mr Stanley Tan) if they have any enquiries and/or clarifications about the Poly EAE.  

Thank you. 

Wednesday, 16 May 2018

Updated: Life Skills Programme for Term 2 Weeks 9 and 10

Hi Everyone,

Hope you have enjoyed your weekend. You can find the Life Skills Programme for Term 2 Weeks 9 and 10 here:

Email me if you have further queries. Thanks!

Mr Dennis Lam

(S1-S4) Invitation to Participate: Australian Mathematics Competition

Dear Students

You are invited to take part in the Australian Mathematics Competition (AMC) which will be held on Monday, Aug 13, 2018. S1-S4 students are all eligible for this contest.

AMC is one of the largest math contests in the world with over 15 million entries since its commencement.

Click HERE if you would like to sign up for the contest. The deadline for signing up is 25 May 2018, 12 pm. You will need to pay a nominal sum of $11.50 for the contest fee but you can do so through Edusave. More information on payment will be provided in a later email for those who have registered.

Please email Mr Chen Jinquan at if you have any enquiries on the above.

First Post-Common Test CCA Practice (May 2018)

Date and Time of first Post-Common Test CCA Practice (May 2018)

Date and Time of first session after Common Test (May/June 2018)
Astronomy Club
23 May 2:30 - 4:30 pm
23 May 3.30 - 5.30pm
22 May 4.30 - 6.30pm
16 May 2:30 - 5:30pm
Drama - English Language
16 May 3.30 - 5.30pm
23 May 2.30 - 4.30 pm
15 May 2.30 - 4.30pm
22 May 3.30 - 5.30pm (S1 and S2)
23 May 3.30 - 5.30pm (S3)
Guitar Ensemble
11 May 1.00 - 4pm
Media Club
No more CCA in Term 2
Robotics @APEX
16 May 2.30 - 6.30pm
25 May 2.00 - 4.30pm (S1)
Show Choir (Vocals & Dance)
11 May 12.00 - 3pm
Singapore Youth Flying Club
No more CCA in Term 2
23, May 3.30 - 5pm

Note: Not all CCA start in Week 9. Sincere apologies for the change in schedule.