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News & EventsTerm 2 Enhanced Precautionary Measures
Schools will re-open for Term 2 on 23 Mar (Monday) as planned.
MOE will implement additional precautionary measures by issuing a 14-day Leave of Absence (LOA) to students and staff who have been out of Singapore on or after 14 Mar.
The attached letter contains more details on the above mentioned measures as well as additional measures that will be implemented in the first two weeks of school.
We thank you for your strong support and partnership. We will surmount this challenge together. Do keep safe and take care.
Mrs Anne Quek
PrincipalNew School Schedule from Term 2
We will be effecting a new school schedule from Term 2 onwards. This serves as an additional measure to enhance student well-being. Please refer to the attached letter for more details.
Thank you for supporting the school in its implementation of the various precautionary measures to safeguard the well-being of our students.Enhanced Precautionary Measures in School
With the move to DORSCON Orange, the school will be implementing the following enhanced precautionary measures to ensure our school remains a safe environment for all our students and staff. Please refer to the announcement in your PG app or here for more information.
Thank you.Stepping up our precautionary measures in school
We are stepping up our precautionary measures to better protect our students and school community against the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV).
These include staggered recess times and postponement of large-scale school activities.
Please find the attached document for more details.
Thank you.Precautionary Measures against the Wuhan Coronavirus Infection
Updates on Precautionary Measures against the Wuhan Coronavirus Infection
As school re-opens on 29 Jan 2020, MOE will be enhancing precautionary measures, including daily temperature taking, to ensure that our schools remain a safe and healthy learning environment.
Please ensure your child/ward brings an Oral Digital Thermometer to school from 29 Jan onwards.
While teachers actively look out for students’ well-being, please ensure your child/ward practises good personal hygiene and social responsibility. You should take your child/ward to the doctor if he/she is unwell and we would appreciate it that you keep your child/ward at home until he/she recovers.
If your child/ward has returned from mainland China on 15 Jan or later, he/she will be placed on Leave of Absence (LOA) for a period of 14 days, starting from the first day after return. For example, if your child/ward returns to Singapore on 28 Jan (Tue), the LOA would last from 29 Jan to 11 Feb, with the date of return to school being 12 Feb (Wed).
Students on LOA will be supported by home-based learning assigned by the school. If you have any queries on LOA, you can call the school office at 6758 8837.
For updates on the coronavirus situation, you can visit moh.gov.sg or sign up at go.gov.sg/whatsapp to receive the latest information via Whatsapp. We will keep you updated on school measures and education related notifications.
Mrs Anne Quek