Monday, 27 April 2020

SST Student Council and Peer Support Board Chairpersons had a Google Meet to check on each other

We hope you're doing well in HBL. Want to get a few tips on staying healthy and the importance of maintaining a routine during this last week of HBL and upcoming school holidays? Hear what Owen, PSB chairperson and Karthik, SC Chairperson have to say!

Do no harm to yourself, do no harm to others and do no harm to the school! Let's all stay safe and look forward to the possibility of coming back to school in June. :)

Friday, 17 April 2020

[For Action] Enhanced Security Measure

As shared at CCE lesson on 17 April 2020 (Friday)

[UPDATE: 19 April 2020 SUNDAY 1400h]

Students who failed to act on the above by at 8 am (19 April 2020) despite of the email reminder sent on 18 April (PM):

  • Your password to the SST email account has been reset. 
  • An email with instructions to reset your password has been sent to your parents. 
  • To avoid inconvenieces (e.g. not able to join the HBL lessons), please follow-up from there BEFORE MON. 

Thursday, 16 April 2020

Registration for I am a Young Sustainability Champion Programme (Interested Students Only)

Dear students,
Appended is the I am a Young Sustainability Champion programme from Science Centre Singapore. If you are interested, please email Mr Lam Hin Chew ( so that everyone can be enrolled as a school. Please do not enrol on your own.

The deadline to inform Mr Lam is on Monday 20 April by 1 p.m.

Thank you.

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I am a Young Sustainability Champion- Vodcast
22nd April 4pm to 5pm

The Young Sustainability Champion Badge programme is a free programme that aims to introduce all students to Sustainability and aims to empower them to make informed decisions and actions with regards to the sustainable development goals. Students who submit outstanding work will have multiple opportunities to attend deeper thinking workshops and bootcamps organized at Science Centre, gain access to mentorship and have an opportunity to build projects and that address sustainability challenges.

Join our vodcast on 22nd April, 4pm to 5pm to find out more. We will be talking about sustainability, addressing why it is important, talking to our youth leaders and hearing from some of the students who have been hard at work during the circuit breaker period to earn their Young Sustainability Champion Badge.

Wednesday, 15 April 2020

Invitation to Statistics Competition 2020

Dear students,
The NUS Department of Statistics and Applied Probability is organising a yearly competition for pre-university students. The objective of the competition for pre-university students. The objective of the competition is to expose young people to concepts and methods used in statistics and data science.  
More details on the competition can be found here
If you are interested in signing up for the competition, please form groups of no more than 3 people and indicate your interest via the Google form here.

The deadline for registration is 1 May 2020 (Friday), 5 p.m.

For queries, please contact Mr Samuel Lee at

Tuesday, 14 April 2020

[Reminder] Use of SST email account to access HBL lessons

Dear Students

In light of possible threats to a safe learning environment for both students and teachers, students are reminded that they required to use their SST student email accounts to sign in and access the HBL lessons via Google Meet.

Wednesday, 8 April 2020

[HBL] Technical Support for Home-Based Learning

[Original post on 1 April 2020; Information updated on 8 April 2020]

Dear Students

Please refer to the following, should you need technical support during Home Based Learning (HBL):

1(a) Virtual HelpDesk 
Available through Google Meet during curriculum hours to help troubleshoot technical issues surfaced.

Click HERE to seek assistance:
  • You will be 'admitted' to the HelpDesk.
  • Identify yourself with your Name, Index no. and Class. 
  • You may be asked to provide your SST email address if the HelpDesk needs to follow-up with your enquiry.
1(b) HelpDesk 
Alternatively, you may also call the HelpDesk at 6571 7427 for assistance.

2. Google Meet - STUDENTS' Guide and Routines

Click HERE to access the document.
Do pay special attention to (C) Attendee Protocol & (D) Google Meet Workflow.

3. SLS Student Learning Space
3.1 If you have forgotten your password

  • We have completed the email verification exericise before. You can now reset your password by clicking at the "FORGOT PASSWORD" link beside the login button.  
  • Alternatively, you may contact the following for SLS queries including SLS access matters such as unlocking of accounts via Google Hangout or email: 
    • Mr Ngiow Shin Fatt @ 
    • Ms Loh Kwai Yin @ 

3.2 For any other matters
You may email to SLS HelpDesk at
When emailing the SLS Helpdesk, include your full name, name of school and form class.

You will find the same information at the left panel in the Students Blog:

Monday, 6 April 2020

Full Home-Based Learning starting on Wednesday (8 April 2020) - Please clear lockers and bring home all your belongings.

Dear students, 

In view of the upcoming full Home-Based Learning starting this Wednesday (8 April 2020), 
please ensure that your lockers are cleared by the end of the school day tomorrow and bring home all your belongings such as books, files, worksheets, thermometer etc,..

Students will not be able to come back to school during the Home-based Learning period from 8 April to 4 May 2020 to collect their items. 

Thank you. 

Full Home-Based Learning (HBL) at SST from 8 April 2020 to 4 May 2020

Dear Students,  
In alignment with the Multi-Ministry Taskforce's latest efforts to further enhance safe distancing measures, SST will shift to full Home-Based Learning (HBL) from 8 April 2020 till 4 May 2020. 
During this period, students should carry out HBL from their homes except for those who have obtained prior approval to come to school for HBL. Otherwise, students are required to seek permission from their form-teachers if they have a need to be in School and will have to report to the General Office when they are in School.  The collection of the School Graduation Certificate will be suspended during this period.   Visitors will not be allowed into the School premises except for essential services.  Entrance to the School will be limited to Gate B (near the General Office) and all visitors will be required to take their temperature and submit their travel declaration before entering the School. 
The operating hours of the General Office will be as follows: 
Mon - Thu: 8 am - 5.30 pm, Fri: 8 am - 5 pm.  
Please contact us at Tel: 6571 7200 or e-mail: if you need any assistance.  Thank you.  
School of Science and Technology, Singapore

[UPDATE] 2020 TIMETABLE for Term 2 (updated on 6 April) - only S4 timetable affected

Dear students,

With the implementation of Home Based Learning (HBL), some changes are made to the current S4 timetable.

Please click HERE to access the updated version of Term 2 timetable (ver 2g)
The timetable will take effect from TUESDAY (7 April 2020)

[Note] Link has been updated on 6 April 2020, 1250 to ver 2f2 with minor info updates. 

Sunday, 5 April 2020

[Updated on 5 April] Annual School-Based Health Screening 2020

Dear Students,

(All Secondary 1 and 2 students and selected Secondary 3 and 4 students)

Further to our message posted on 26 March and updated on 1 April 2020, please note below the latest schedule for the health screening on 6 April and 7 April in view of HBL starting on 8 April 2020.  Please report punctually for the health screening at:  Block B, Level 5, Tutorial Room 2.

Date/day Time Class *Screening
6-Apr-20 0900 - 1030 202 AUD/VISION/FBT
MON 1030 - 1200 203 AUD/VISION/FBT
  1200 - 1245 102 FBT
  1245 - 1315 403 SELECTED
  1315 - 1400 101 FBT
  1400 - 1440 103 FBT

Date/day Time Class *Screening
7-Apr-20 0800 - 0845 104 FBT
TUES 0845 - 1015 205 AUD/VISION/FBT
  1015 - 1145 204 AUD/VISION/FBT
  1145 - 1230 105 FBT
  1230 - 1410 201 AUD/VISION/FBT

The health screening for the remaining classes will be deferred until further notice.  We regret for any inconveniences caused.  Thank you.

School of Science and Technology, Singapore