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TODAY 27Jan2018 Climate Change Action.jpgEveryone can be ‘Captain Planet’, as 2018 is earmarked Year of Climate Action [TODAY Online]

As chair of the Association of South-east Asian Nations (Asean) this year, Singapore will also host a special ministerial meeting on climate change in July, announced Minister for the Environment and Water Resources Masagos Zulkifli on Friday (Jan 26).  Read more here ...



ST - as-masagos-2601.jpgMost Singaporeans worry about impact of climate change but few think their actions matter!

SINGAPORE - Singapore is not a big country by land size but each person here produces more carbon emissions than his counterpart in much bigger countries such as Britain, Switzerland or France.
But a National Climate Change Secretariat’s Climate Change Public Perception Survey in 2016 showed that over a third of respondents in Singapore believed that their individual actions would not make a difference to climate change.  Read more here ...

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Why Kids Should Do Chores

Retired Principal, Mrs Jenny Yeo shares how parents can nurture young children to be more responsible and independent through doing chores.

Want an independent, caring and helpful child? Give him/her some responsibilities, say experts. Read more here...



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Raising your child for success

Retired Principal, Mrs Jenny Yeo and Dr Foo Fung Fong share views and advice on ways parents can raise their children to be resilient and successful adults.

I met a good friend, Dr Foo Fung Fong over coffee one day and asked, “How did you help your children become so successful?” When I asked about the ‘success’ of her children, it was not just about academic excellence as society so often equates ‘success’ with. After all, Dr Foo is a medical doctor who followed her passion to serve disadvantaged children, youth and families. Read more here...


Could Your Child Be Experimenting With Drugs?

Retired Principal, Mrs Jenny Yeo, shares how you can talk to your child about the harmful effects of drug abuse. Read more here...







ICT in Schools: To Use or Not to Use?
Retired Principal, Mrs Jenny Yeo, shares how ICT can be used effectively in teaching and learning. Read more here...
 






When Sibling Rivalry Causes Problematic Behaviour...
Retired Principal, Mrs Jenny Yeo, shares how sibling rivalry can be the cause of a child's misbehaviour. Read more here...
   







             

Chinese Development Assistance Council

Chinese Development Assistance Council Tuition Programme

 
Dear Parents and Students,
 
The Chinese Development Assistance Council is implementing the Student Education and Development Tuition Programme (Secondary) for 2014. This programme aims to help students develop holistically and improve their learning abilities. 
 
Target group:
1. Student or the parents must be Chinese Singapore Citizens or Permanent Resident
2. Gross Monthly Household Income (MHI) not exceeding $3,000 or Monthly Per Capita Income (PCI) not exceeding $800
 
[MHI not exceeding $1,500 or PCI not exceeding $450 could apply Tuition Fee Waiver]
 

Basic information and information for applicants

 
To locate more information on how to apply for the Tuition Programme organised by CDAC, please click to go to the official CDAC website. The hard copies of the application forms are also available at the general office.

Application Form

 
Thank you! 

Cyber Wellness Resources

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Please check out the following documents to find out more about cyber wellness for parents. Alternatively, you can also refer to resources made available at the Media Literacy Council (MLC) website at http://www.medialiteracycouncil.sg/ or browse their FacebookTwitter and Instagram accounts.

Bullying Hub Handout - Parents.pdf

Bullying Hub Handout - Teens.pdf

Media-Wise.pdf

Tip sheet for Parents-Excessive Internet Use.pdf

To find out more on the latest cyber trends and issues, click Tip sheet for Parents-How to stay safe online for more information.

Haze Management Measures

Please click on the link below for the school's measures against the haze.

Road Safety

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Services 


Bookshop & Uniform Supplier


SupplierTel NumberFax NumberOperating Hours
Uniform Finest Fashion Centre90269738 (Mr Koh)
97431331 (Mrs Koh)
62782027 (Head Office)
64665697 (Beauty World Centre)
62718746Beauty World Centre
B1-03 Upper Bukit Timah Road
11am to 9pm (Mon to Sun)
Close on Sunday and PH
Bookshop
(Actlink Marketing Pte Ltd)
68963427 (Sch Bookshop)
62251622 (Diana, Head Office)
68963427
(Same as Tel No.)
Mon to Fri 
830 - 4 PM


Head Office (Not Selling Uniform)


Blk 78A Telok Blangah drive ST 32 #-1-13 (100078)
9.30am to 8pm (Mon to Sat)


Useful Telephone Numbers


AgenciesTelephoneServices
Lakeside Family Centre65671908 (Jurong West Branch)
65649722 (Jurong East Branch)
Counselling; Family Life Education Programme
PPIS Jurong FSC65613462Counselling; Family Life Education Programme
 Fei Yue FSC
(Bukit Batok)
65690381  Counselling; Family Life Education Programme
 Samaritans of Singapore (SOS)1800-221-4444 For Suicidal, the lonely and anyone in crisis 
Singapore Planned Parenthood Association (SPPA) Counselling Centre 1800-775-8582 For youths with questions on sexuality and adolescence
 Teen Challenge  67937933
67937457
63469333 
For youths with problems related to delinquency, gangs, alcoholism and drugs 
Touchline  1800 – 3772252  For 13 to 15-year olds  with problems and need someone to talk to. 
 Care Corner 800 Hotline  1800 – 353 5800 For Mandarin speaking individuals who need help