[Parent Kit] Transitioning Back to School – It’s a New Normal for Us All2020-06-01
With the end of the Circuit Breaker on 1 Jun 2020, we enter the phase of safe opening. 2 Jun 2020 marks the beginning of a brand new school term. (Read More...)
Arrangement for Schools After Circuit Breaker2020-05-21
With the end of the Circuit Breaker period on 1 June 2020, we will progressively bring students back to school from 2 June 2020, in a careful and safe manner. From... (Read More...)
2020 End-of-Term 2 Letter to Parents and Guardians
As we reach the end of Term 2, we are glad to share with you that Semester 1 concluded well despite the evolving COVID-19 challenges. As announced by the Ministry of Education (MOE), with the revised academic calendar, schools will make provisions for graduating cohorts as well as ... (Read More...)
Information Note on 2020 DSA-JC Exercise2020-05-11
Dear Parents and Students,
Click here for the Information Note on 2020 Direct School Admission - Junior Colleges (DSA-JC) Exercise.
May School Holidays Care Pack2020-05-03
Dear Parents and Students,
MOE has specially prepared a holiday care pack for secondary school students for the upcoming May school holidays... (Read More...)
[Parent Kit] Part 3: Stay home, stay safe, stay curious!2020-04-28
Thank you for standing by your teens and supporting schools through the HBL period!
With the upcoming holidays... (Read More...)
[Parent Kit] Part 2: Full Home-Based Learning – Don’t Worry, Be Steady!2020-04-07
Starting from 8 Apr 2020, we will shift to Full Home-Based Learning (HBL) till 4 May 2020. It is an important stage in our fight against COVID-19 where ... (Read More...)
Full Home-Based Learning (HBL) from 8 April 2020 to 4 May 20202020-04-07
In line with the Multi-Ministry Taskforce’s latest efforts to further enhance safe distancing measures, from 8 April 2020, all MOE schools will shift to full Home-Based Learning (HBL) till 4 May 2020. (Read More...)
Parent Kit for Home-Based Learning – Don’t worry, be steady!2020-03-31
From 1 Apr 2020, schools will progressively transit to a blended learning model, starting with one day of Home-Based Learning (HBL) a week. (Read more...)
One Day of Home-Based Learning (HBL) a Week from 1 April 2020
Since the COVID-19 outbreak, schools have implemented a strict regime of precautionary measures to keep our students safe. To better support safe distancing, schools will progressively... (Read More...)
Social Responsibility in Safeguarding the Well-being of our School Community2020-03-24
As Term 2 commences, we are mindful of the rapidly developing COVID-19 situation and we have stepped up measures in school to keep your child/ward safe. (Read More...)
MOE Schools to Re-open on 23 March with Enhanced Precautionary Measures2020-03-20
MOE schools will re-open for Term 2 on Monday, 23 March 2020 as planned. There will be enhanced precautionary measures for two weeks when schools re-open to keep our students and staff safe, including (Read More...)
MOE: Travel advisory against all non-essential travel abroad (15 March 2020)2020-03-15
With immediate effect, Singaporeans are advised to defer all non-essential travel abroad. This advisory will apply for 30 days, and will be reviewed thereafter. (Read More...)
Update on Upcoming School Activities and Travel Declaration for March Holidays2020-03-06
To safeguard the well-being of our students and staff due to the COVID-19 situation, our upcoming school activities will be adjusted accordingly. This includes ... (Read more...)
New Wipe-Down Routine in School Canteen2020-02-14
In conjunction with Total Defence Day this week, MOE is implementing a wipe-down routine from today onwards, where each student cleans the area on the table he/she has used after meals in the school canteen. The intent is to encourage students to be socially responsible and considerate towards others who will use the canteen tables after them. For more information, please refer to the attachment. Thank you for your partnership in inculcating good habits for life in our students!
Stepping Up Precautionary Measures in Schools2020-02-07
1. With the move to DORSCON Orange, MOE has announced enhancements to current provisions to protect our students and staff. We will suspend all external school activities and inter-school activities until the end of the March school holidays. These will include the National School Games as well as other activities such as Learning Journeys. These additional measures are intended to help schools minimise exposure of students to the public and avoid mixing of students across schools.
2. Students and staff who are in the same household with individuals on Home Quarantine Order (HQO) should stay at home until the household member's HQO is lifted. Such students will be provided with Home-Based Learning support.
3. We urge all school students and staff to continue practising good personal hygiene, which has become extremely important. This includes washing their hands frequently with soap, wearing a surgical mask if they have a cough or runny nose to prevent infecting others, and seeing a doctor if they are sick and returning to school only when fully recovered.
MOE: Schools to remain open with additional precautionary measures for 2019-nCoV2020-02-07
MOH has stepped up the risk assessment of 2019-nCoV from DORSCON Yellow to DORSCON Orange. MOE will introduce further measures ... (Read More)
Step Up of Precautionary Measures for 2019 Novel Coronavirus2020-02-05
As reported in Channel News Asia and The Straits Times on 4 Feb 2020, to safeguard the well-being of our students and staff due to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) situation, we are taking additional precautionary measures from today, 5 Feb 2020. These include suspending assemblies and mass celebrations. The StaRs Programmes (e.g. Sec 1 campfire, Sec 2 and Sec 3 cohort camps) on 18 to 21 Feb will also be cancelled immediately, and regular lessons will take place instead.
For more information, please refer to the attached letter (Click here). Thank you.
Student Learning Space (SLS) School-based Helpline2020-02-03
Dear Students and Parents,
A full list of schools’ helpline phone numbers and email addresses will be accessible on the SLS login
page at https://vle.learning.moe.edu.sg/login from 5 Feb – 14 Feb 2020.
Submission of Electronic Medical Certificate
As part of the whole-of-nation effort to harness digital technologies to transform Singapore, our students may now receive a digital MC (DigiMC) from doctors instead. Students who receive a DigiMC are required to submit the MC link via the FormSG (https://go.gov.sg/sss-emc). Click here for more information.