Tuesday, 28 June 2022

[S1, S2, S3, S4] Dismissal time on 5 July (Tue)

Dear students,

The GCE O-Level MTL Listening Comprehension Exam takes place next Tuesday, 5 July, 3.00pm.

Please note the dismissal time for the different groups of students:

1. All Secondary 4 students and Secondary 3 HMTL students  - 1.20pm

2. Secondary 3 students - 1.40pm.

3. Secondary 2 students - 1.20pm. S2-01 to S2-04 classrooms will be used as exam venues.

4. Secondary 1 students - 2.00pm. No change in dismissal time.

All students who are not taking the exam are to leave the school premises by 2.15pm. This is to provide a quiet and conducive environment for the candidates.

Thank you

Mrs Genevieve Tia
Presiding Examiner
GCE O-Level MTL Listening Comprehension


[S3, S4] Candidates taking the GCE MTL Listening Comprehension

Dear candidates for GCE MTL Listening Comprehension on 5th July (Tuesday):

Please note the following:

  • Dismissal Timing for Sec 3 Higher MTL and Sec 4 MTL lessons on 5th July at 1.20pm.

  • Sec 4 lesson arrangements for 5th July. Please note that the 1.20-2.20pm lesson is brought forward to 12.40pm; the duration is reduced to 40 minutes. New timeslot is 12.40 to 1.20pm 

  • S4-01 - Computing

  • S4-02 - Math

  • S4-03 - Physics

  • S4-04 - S&W 

  • S4-05 - Math 

  • S4-06 - Math

  • S4-07 - Chemistry

  • S4-08 - Chemistry


As per the briefing held on 27th June (For Sec 3 students) and 28th June (For Sec 4 students), kindly refer to the common set of briefing slides. In addition, you are to check your candidature list, with information on the exam venue and the seating plan prior to the exam on 5th July.

Kindly note of the reporting times for the various exam papers.

2022 GCE LC Briefing to Candidates_27 and 28 Jun 2022

Name List Listening Comprehension CL 1160:03

Seating Plans Listening Comprehension CL 1160:03

Name List Listening Comprehension ML 1148:03 TL 1157:03 CLB 1153:03

Seating Plans Listening Comprehension ML 1148:03 TL 1157:03 CLB 1153:03


Stay safe and healthy. All the best!


Thank you.


Mrs Genevieve Tia

Presiding Examiner

GCE O Levels MTL Listening Comprehension

[S1, S2 & S3] Home-Based Learning (HBL) for Semester 2

Dear Sec 1s, Sec 2s & Sec 3s,

Please take note of the following HBL plans for Semester 2, as briefed by your FTs yesterday.  
Do check the schedule for the subjects involved.
HERE is the set of slides, for your reference.

Have a good semester ahead!

Ms P Lee
Dean, Academic Studies

Friday, 24 June 2022

Invitation to ‘Singapore Our Home SG75 Competition 2022’

Dear Students, 

The annual Singapore Our Home SG75 Competition is hosted by Tanjong Pagar-Tiong Bahru CCC (TP-TBCCC) with Minister Indranee as adviser. 

Theme: “Inclusive Singapore

Dream about what Singapore would be like in SG75 (2040), and through showcasing Singapore’s can-do spirit, in envision how a collective legacy for our beloved Singapore can be created together in your submission. 

(More info is provided on the poster) 

The Competition invites original works in two categories namely, the Primary Schools and Open. 

Each participant of the competition may submit entries as:

1. Static presentation which includes essay, illustrations, graphic design, and photo submissions; and/or

2. Dynamic presentation consists of animation and video submission.

Participants may also submit their work on an individual basis or in a group of not more than six members. 

If you are keen to participate, please inform Mr Keith Wee at wee_kheng_leong@sst.edu.sg

Participants can submit their entry via https://www.sg75.sg/submission.

The submission deadline of the competition is on 18 July 2022. 

Queries about the competition rules and regulations can be sent to:  enquiry@sg75.sg

Thursday, 23 June 2022

Gentle reminders for start of Term 3 2022

Dear Students, 

Welcome back to SST in Term 3, 2022!

Gentle reminder for all students to be appropriately attired and groomed when you report for school on 27 Jun 2022 (Monday):

  • 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 also remember to bring along a rag for cleaning up the classroom and a book for the reading.

Wednesday, 22 June 2022

Invitation to Statistics Poster Competition 2022

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.  

Participation is open to all students of secondary schools, polytechnics and junior colleges in Singapore.  

Submissions have to be in form of a poster, in which students attempt to answer a well-specified question by means of specific data set. Students may work individually or in teams. The maximum number of students per team is five. Students will work on their entries under their teachers' supervision.  Students are free to choose a topic of their interest and they are free to choose a data set related to that topic. They are also free to formulate the specific questions they would like to answer with that data set.  

If you are interested in signing up for the competition, please form groups of no more than 5 people and indicate your interest via this form.

More information on the competition can be found here:

The deadline for the registration is 1 July 2022 (Friday), 5 p.m.
More details will be given to you once you have registered.

For queries, please contact Mr Samuel Lee at lee_tzi_yew_samuel@sst.edu.sg. 

Friday, 17 June 2022

Project well;being sticker design contest - Vote for your favourite sticker design by your SST family

Dear SST Family,

Thank you for your support in our student initiated service-learning project, well;being. We are very grateful for all the sticker designs SSTudents have submitted!

From now to 26 June, you can vote for the best sticker designs here!

Should you have any queries, feel free to contact us for more information:

We hope to continue receiving your support throughout our project! Do follow us at @wellbeingsst on Instagram for any future updates!

More information: 

1. You can refer to the slides shared earlier during the morning assembly in Term 2 here.
2. You can refer to the original post about project well;being here. 

Thank you!

Best Regards,
Kylie Sim (S4-03)
On behalf of well;being

Thursday, 16 June 2022

Closure of General Office and Info Hub on 23 June 2022 (whole day) and 24 June 2022 (8 am - 2 pm)

Dear Students, 

Please be informed that the General Office and Info Hub will be closed on 23 June 2022, Thursday (whole day) and 24 June 2022, Friday (from 8 am - 2 pm) for our Staff Meetings.   Normal operations will resume from 24 June 2022, Friday, 2 pm onwards.  Thank you. 

School of Science and Technology, Singapore 

Tuesday, 7 June 2022

GenerationTech (for female students only)

 Dear Students,

J.P. Morgan, in collaboration with SG Women in Tech, is hosting GenerationTech - a 3-week design-based technology challenge where female secondary school students work in teams to design a solution for a U.N. Sustainable Development Goal.

They will learn new transferable hard and soft skillsets such as teamwork, communication, technology, design and presentation skills. Students will be supported by technologists from J.P. Morgan to leverage digital tools to address a social challenge.

The dates are Friday Jul 15 – Friday, Aug 5.

There are limited places available. If you are interested, please email Mr Lam Hin Chew (lam_hin_chew@sst.edu.sg) for more details. 

Thank you.

Mr Lam Hin Chew

HOD Sports and Wellness

Thursday, 2 June 2022

Games 4 Migrants Volunteering opportunities - An ACE student-initiated service learning project

Dear SST Family,

In partnership with Migrant Workers Centre, Games 4 Migrants (G4M) is a student-initiated service learning project that aims to make migrant workers in Singapore feel more included and appreciated by providing online learning materials and games that introduce them to various aspects of Singapore. 

We have produced a short video sharing more about migrant workers in Singapore and how you can create your own games to help the migrant worker community.

Registration for game creation ends 10th June, so sign up now!

Registration form: https://forms.gle/5n6fPKCmaBxR424a8

Should you have any queries, please contact:



Thank you!


Best Regards,

Aiden Ong (S3-08)

On behalf of G4M Team

Closure of the Info Hub on 13 to 17 June 2022

Closure of General Office and Info Hub on 6 June 2022, Monday

Dear Students, 

Please note that the General Office and Info Hub will be closed for the day on 6 June 2022, Monday as our admin staff will be away for a staff event.  Thank you.

School of Science and Technology, Singapore  

Wednesday, 1 June 2022

Project well;being sticker design contest - A Student-initiated Service-Learning Project

Dear SST Family,

As part of our Student-Initiated Service Learning Project, a group of Secondary 4 students initiated well;being, a project which aims to break the stigma around mental health conditions, and also assure those who struggle with mental health that it is okay to reach out for help.

From now to 3 June, our sticker designing contest will be open to all students. Do submit your designs here!

For those who are not participating in the contest, do not worry as you can still contribute by buying the stickers. More information on how you can do so will be provided soon so do keep a lookout for that!

Should you have any queries, feel free to contact us for more information:




We look forward to seeing your sticker designs! Do also follow us at @wellbeingsst on Instagram for any future updates!

Please do take time for the slides shared during morning assembly in Term 2. Link here.

Thank you!

Best Regards, 

Kylie Sim (S4-03)

On behalf of well;being