Friday, 29 June 2018

Mission Mangrove (with kayaking trail through Pulau Ubin)

Mission Mangrove, a 2-day experiential learning and innovation challenge which aims to nurture the next generation of environmental leaders is currently looking for participants. Participants will have an extraordinary weekend with the unique programme – consisting of an immersive kayaking trail through Pulau Ubin’s mangroves and a full day innovation challenge for students to apply what they’ve learnt in creating solutions to educate their peers.

Programme Benefits

·       Help students connect their classroom learning with the real-world application
·       Promote inter-school interactions to learn and collaborate with like-minded peers
·       Generate more creative and feasible solutions through tangible connection with nature
·       Educate students about pressing environmental issues at an early age 
·       Inspire students to become the next generation of young change-makers

The programme will take place 1-2 Sept and is fully sponsored. Participants only need to pay $10 for the event tee-shirt. Interested students please kindly contact Ms Rachel Yau ( or Mr Ng (

2018 Hari Raya Aidilfitri Celebration@SST

Dear SST students,

In the spirit of celebrating Hari Raya, you are invited to view the Hari Raya information banners from Malay Heritage Centre. May all of us have a better understanding of the meaning of Ramadhan and Hari Raya Aidilfitri. The Malay Language Champions will be sharing more on their personal experiences of the celebrations during the various break time today, 29th June.

There are also Malay cookies for you to enjoy from today, 29th June to Thursday, 5th July (while stock lasts). The booth is outside ICT Helpdesk. Please feel free to have a bite or two.


On behalf of MTL Department (ML Unit)

Wednesday, 27 June 2018

Attention to all potential CODERS: You Are Wanted!

The ICT department will be conducting a series of competitive coding lessons to prepare students interested in taking part in the Australian Informatics Competition.

The training sessions are differentiated for beginning coders and advanced coders alike.

The first combined session will be held on Wednesday 27 June at 1500 at the Lecture Theatre.
Subsequent differentiated sessions will be held on Wednesday and Thursday for the next 6 weeks.

Please refer to the SLIDES (The Australian Informatics Olympiad Training Series) for more information. ​

Students interested to join the training sessions, please turn up for the first session and join the Google classroom with class code nvo52hj

Subsequent announcements will be made via Google Classroom.

In particular to S1 & S2 students: 
This programme was previously communicated to you through your ICT Teachers (in Term 2)

Tuesday, 26 June 2018

2018 Youth Day Celebrations @ SST on 29 June 2018

‘Dress and Pledge’ and Inter-house Recycled Wearable Art Challenge
Information for Students
Youth Day is a national holiday dedicated to the youth. In Singapore, we celebrate youth day on the first Sunday of July every year.
This year, we are commemorating Youth Day in SST on 29 June 2018 (Friday).

Dress and Pledge
This coming Youth Day (This Friday 29th June 2018), we invite all students to be involved in ‘Dress and Pledge’.

You are strongly encouraged to be creative in your use of recycled materials in your outfit.  
For the brave and bold, we expect you to stretch your imagination and come in outfits that
resemble that of a superhero or a famous character.
If you do not have a full costume, you may come in self-made accessories like a mask or hat. 
You can also assemble an outfit using recycled materials that you can find around you.
For the more modest, just come in the clothes you would normally wear when on an outing.
Attire Guidelines
Attire should still adhere to the fundamental philosophy of SST Student Code of Conduct and
uphold the dignity of the SST student.
Hence, revealing clothes and clothes with objectionable text/prints should not be worn.
Students are required to wear covered shoes.
Students who do not wish to come in home clothes or costumes can choose to come in full school uniform.
Please remember that the usual rules of decency and apply in the choice of your outfit.
Please note that for S&W lessons, you will have to change into appropriate S&W attire.

While we have fun and laughter on Youth Day, we also remember those who are less fortunate.
Hence, it is also a day in which we pledge a portion of our pocket money for charity.
Do remember to bring along the money which you would like to contribute to the Youth Day appeal.
This year the amount collected for the Youth Day appeal will be donated to the Community Chest.
2018 Inter-House Recycled Wearable Art Challenge

We will also run the 2018 Inter-House Recycled Wearable Art Challenge on the same day during Assembly.

The wearable art item can be part or whole outfit or an accessory to an outfit
e.g. a shirt  or a hat or bag to match an outfit
The materials should be 100% recycled (with the exception of binding elements
e.g. threads, sticky tape, staples, glue, cable ties).
If you use blue tack or strings, please limit yourself to pre-used blue tack or strings
instead of buying new ones.
For clarity, using new coloured paper, post-it note pads, masking tape,
cardboard/vanguard sheets, glitter, plastic sheets or anything else that is new is NOT recycling.
Colour markers, spray paint, acrylic paint, buttons, feathers, rings and other embellishments
are all allowed but please do not buy new ones.
Each house is given an opportunity to make a 1 to 2-minute presentation
based on the following judging criteria:

Judging Criteria
How this piece is conceptualised
How recycled materials are used
How wearable the item is
How pleasing it is to the eye

Extra Bonus!
We are also looking out for 3 to 5 best student outfits from the audience on that day.  
If you have been spotted by our judges, you will have a chance to earn extra points for your house! :)

Be ready to support your houses with the loudest of cheers! :)

Sunday, 24 June 2018

[Important] 2018 Term 3 Timetable

** Update to timetable link **

Dear students,

The timetables for 2018 Term 3 (ver 1h, w.e.f. 26 June 2018 (Tue)) are now ready and you may click HERE to access them.

Thank you for your attention and have a pleasant new semester.

Friday, 22 June 2018

Reminders for First Day of School

Dear Students,

Welcome back to SST in Term 3!

Gentle reminder for all students to be appropriately attired and groomed when you report for school on 25 Jun 2018:

  • Attire worn must be clean and neatly pressed with no holes, tears or frayed areas.
  • Kindly also replace your uniform if they are too small and/or short or they have become too faded.
  • 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)
    • Must tuck in their polo t-shirt and wear a belt if necessary.
    • Belts (if worn) must be black in colour and must be plain without fancy patterns.  Buckles must only have simple designs and must not be too large.
  • 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
  • Click here for more guidelines
  • Please remember to bring your report book and a rag for cleaning of your learning area(s)

Enjoy your weekend!

Saturday, 16 June 2018

[Essay Competition] Anti-biotics: A Double-Edged Sword Essay Contest

Jointly organised by the Antimicrobial Resistance Programme at the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, National University of Singapore, the School of Life Sciences and Chemical Technology, Ngee Ann Polytechnic and the Department of Microbiology at Singapore General Hospital, the contest is open to all students of Singapore schools and polytechnics age 13-20 years.


The original English essay of up to 1,500 words, reflecting on the theme of the contest – “Antibiotics: A Double- Edged Sword”. Participants can select any format or approach as they wish (i.e. poetry, fiction, scientific communication with references, etc.) as long as the theme of the contest is met.

Submission of entries opens from 1 June 2018, 0800H and will close on 31 August 2018, 2359H. No further entries will be accepted after this date.

Participants are required to submit their essays in the form of Microsoft Word documents or PDFs, with an accompanying short caption, to both the following email addresses: and

Click HERE to find out the details.