Monday, 13 April 2015

Term 2 Week 4

1. ACJC Talk on JC Education @ Auditorium (Monday 2 -2.50 p.m.)

There will be a talk by ACJC on JC education in the Auditorium.

Please help to remind your subject teachers to release the class on time so that we will be able to start the talk on time. It will be a good time for you to recap on what JC education is all about and make a more informed choice.

2. Leadership Investiture on Friday 

The Student Leaders’ Investiture marks the formal installation of student leaders into their various leadership positions. The ceremony seeks to affirm these students of their contributions to the SST family and exhorts them to seek greater heights as they serve as leaders.

Timetable for 17 Apr

Sec 3 & Sec 4 Students
0740 to 0805
Morning Assembly
0805 to 0855
Period 1
0855 to 0945
Period 2
0945 to 1015
Period 4 (Recess)**S3 and S4 Students are to be seated in MPH by 1015.
1015 to 1030
*Arrival of Invited Guests (MPH)
1030 to 1245
Student Leaders’ Investiture
Venue: MPH

Monday, 30 March 2015

Term 2 Week 2

1. CE Lesson (Monday 2 -2.50 p.m.)

Sexuality Education Lesson 4

2. Morning Assembly on Wednesday (7.40 - 8.05 a.m.)

House Elections @ their respective venue.

3. Good Friday - Public Holiday

Something to look forward to for the week,

Friday, 27 March 2015

Tribute to Mr Lee Kuan Yew - Sean, Cassandra, Ding Wen and Issac J

It shows the qualities of Mr Lee that helped him develop Singapore to a clean and green city. Starting from scratch, he helped form the PAP and promote Singapore on the International Stage. With the implementation of various policies, Singapore now has a strong economy, a safe home and a top-notch education for all Singaporeans to indulge in. Thank you, Mr Lee.

Tribute to Mr Lee Kuan Yew

We find this quote the most meaningful because since Mr Lee's achievements were way before we were born, most of the stories we hear about him are from our grandparents and parents and therefore we are able to relate to this source. Mr Lee's legacy will always be continued and remembered.

Group: TKZ

Team Sarah, Darelyn and Renjie

This tribute is the most meaningful as this red box that Mr Lee carries around shows how dedicated he was to Singapore and its people. Some of his most successful policies once were drafted and transported around in this red box, a key to what made Singapore what it is today, from a 3rd world country to a 1st world country.

Tribute to Lee Kuan Yew

Our team feels this is meaningful as without Mr Lee Kuan Yew's contributions and achievements, we would not have equal chance and equality among all regardless of race, religion and status. He has helped many people and his decisions were always for the greater good. Accomplishing this much in 50 years is no small feat, and hence we agree that this tribute is the most meaningful.

Group: Douglas, Jeff, Chun Leong, Ming Hui

Tribute to Mr Lee Kuan Yew

The reason why my team chose this tribute because we felt that in a very short summary from Mr S.R. Nathan, it shows the contribution from Mr Lee.  Transforming a fishing village which was dirty, to a country that is clean and green. Transforming a divided city, to a country which is undivided and a harmonious society. His contributions for the country cannot be repaid. He once said ," At the end of the day, what have I got? A successful Singapore. What have I given up? My life. "

Done By :
Bennett & Dion.