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

 Time
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.

Team Kian Chong, Lorraine, Ben, Guan Qun and Michael



The red box was the meaningful to us as it shows how much Mr Lee cared about Singapore. Every day, he would give his instructions in many forms and put it into the red box. His sheer dedication to upholding this routine is a testament to how much he cares for Singapore. He was truly a great man.

Done by Team Kian Chong

Tribute to Mr Lee Kuan Yew


The reason why we are selecting this tribute is because that it was written by an important person. Mr Lee Kuan Yew was a true giant of history. And with the success of Singapore today, Mr Lee was one of the great strategists of Asian Affairs.

Group: Qian Zhe, Wun Juan, Ibrahim, Brandi

Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Term 1 Week 10

1. CE lesson (Monday, 2.10 p.m. - 3.00 p.m.) and Friday Assembly Period (11.55 a.m. - 12.45 p.m.)

We will continue with our SEd lesson 2 (Monday) and SEd Lesson 3 (Friday) in class.

Do note that for the students who have opted-out from the programme, you are to report to the InfoHub immediately. Please look for the teacher in-charge to mark your attendance once you are in the InfoHub.


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

The morning assembly will be held in the ISH for these 3 days due to the Celebrations@SST award presentation ceremony.

For the award winners, please report to Mr Dennis Lam/ Ms Cerenna Ng/ Ms Pennie Ong outside the gym by 7.20 a.m. and you are to be in your full school uniform.

Please check the list that Mr Dennis Lam has pinned up in your class or you may check the name list here,


4. Last day of School on Friday, 13 March 2015

Please remember to bring back your notes/ files/ textbooks for your revision. Make good use of your March break to catch up with your work.


5. Celebrations @SST on Friday, 13 March 2015 (7.00 p.m - 10.30 p.m.)

Mr Dennis Lam has requested for all S4 students to be released from CCA from 5.15 p.m. onward. Please grab a quick dinner and change into your full school uniform for the event. 

Date: Celebrations@SST
Time: 6:50 pm - 10:30 pm
Venue: MPH
Dismissal Time: 10:30 pm

You are to be seated by 6.50 p.m. (latest would be 7.00 p.m.) in the MPH. Your Form Teacher will be marking the attendance. It will be the last time we will be participating in the Celebrations @SST as the S4 audience, so let's be the BEST audience ever (do observe the appropriate etiquette for a formal event - no screaming, shouting, booing, jeering). We can all celebrate our friends' success together with the most heartiest clap.

The confirmed seating arrangement for the audience will be shared with you at a later timing. 

The seating arrangement for the prize winner can be found here.

Monday, 2 March 2015

Term 1 Week 9


1. Different Timetable Structure for Week 9
Please note that starting from Monday, we will be running on a different timetable structure due to Level Test.
  • Period 0 which is from 0845-0945 on Monday and 0745-0845 on Tuesday through Friday
  • Each period is 40-min block except for Period 7 and 8 which are 50-min blocks.
There will also be a bell system:

Mon: Time of Bell
Tue-Fri: Time of Bell
0955
0855
1045
0935
1130
1005
1210
1045
1250
1125
1330
1205
1410
1245

 The timetable structure has been uploaded to Student Google sites. 

2. CE Period on Monday (2.10 p.m. to 3.00 p.m.)

There will be a Digital Citizenship Debate between our S4 students and the 2014 Alumni.
The motion for the debate is "Authenticity is more important than anonymity on the Internet."

Our S4 will be taking the opposition side.

Please be seated in the auditorium by 2.10 p.m.

3. Assembly Period on Friday (12.05 p.m. to 12.45 p.m.)

Sexuality Education Lesson

4. Celebration@SST form to be submitted to Ibrahim



Monday, 23 February 2015

Term 1 Week 8

1. CE lesson (Monday, 2.00 p.m. - 2.50 p.m.)
HoY4 + DM talk
Venue: Auditorium 

Please wait outside the Auditorium at Level 5; we will need to wait for the S1 to vacate the auditorium from Level 4. 


Class Chairpersons and Vice-Chairpersons, please help to remind the class and get them to line up quietly outside the Auditorium.

2. Level Test from Wednesday to Friday
The morning assembly for the S4 will be held in the classroom and the first period teacher will be going in for the morning assembly. 

Please note that there is NO change to the timing of lesson (each period is still 50 minutes for this week). 
  • You are to be in school uniform during the level test. Please change to your S&W only after your level test if you have S&W for the next period (Period 2).
  • You are to be seated outside the classroom by 0730 hr
  • Please bring along your own writing paper/ graph papers (if required); do check with your subject teachers if you are not sure.
  • The first period will used for your level test.
  • For more information, check the briefing slides uploaded by Mrs Lim Woon Foong.
3. Friday Assembly Period (1155 - 1245)
NYAA sharing
Venue: Auditorium.
Please bring along your LD.

4. Admin Matters
Reminder!!!
a. Make sure all fans, lights, projector, etc switched off prior to leaving classroom
b. No helping others to buy food during recess/ lunch as far as possible
c. Updating Class Blog - if students are using any other public domains (e.g.: Facebook), please update the link on the class blog. 
d. Clear class pigeon hole once a week 

Monday, 16 February 2015

Term 1 Week 7

1. CE lesson (Monday, 2.00 p.m. - 2.50 p.m.)
Who am I? What are my strengths, personality and values?

Venue: S4-02

2. CNY Celebrations (Wednesday)

Time Activity Venue 0740-0800 Flag-raising Ceremony ISH 0800-0845 Class Activities Blk C

Activities:
1. Classroom exterior decoration
2. Class collage
3. Class Wefie

Classroom Exterior Decoration

Theme: Lunar New Year
Area to decorate: Two doors and all lockers

Rule:
1)Theme can appear in any forms or patterns.
2)Collages must be used in the CNY classroom exterior decoration.
3)No obscene language and picture should be used.
4)Use of recycled materials is highly encouraged.

Details of Goats Collage
Theme: Goat
Size of collage:A4
Number of collage:2 per class

Rule:
1)Theme can appear in any forms or patterns in collages.
2)Collages must be used in the CNY classroom exterior decoration.
3)No obscene language and picture should be used.
4)Use of recycled materials is highly encouraged.

Details of  Class Wifie(Bonus Round)

  • Classes are encouraged to take class Wefies in their LNY clothings.
  • Classes will earn bonus points so long as they submit their entries.

Details:
Number of entries:1 entry per class
Earning of bonus points: 20 points will be added to their overall results.
Uploading site: Google +
Cut off time: 8:30 am 18/2/2015

0900-1000 LNY Concert MPH

In addition, students are strongly encouraged to dress in any shades of red but must follow the rules as below:

LNY Attire

        • No inappropriate language or picture should form any part of the T-shirt design.
Tops
• No baring of midriff.
• No strapless tops.
• No singlet or spaghetti straps.
Bottoms:
• Skirts should not be more than 3 fingers above knee caps.
• No shorts and hot pants are allowed.