News & Updates
As the September school holidays are approaching, the Singapore Police Force (SPF), together with the Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB), National Crime Prevention Council and the National Council Against Drug Abuse would like to remind students on the following:
a) To stay away from drugs and inhalant abuse and not to get involved in online drug activities.
b) To avoid shop theft and to ensure all items are paid for before leaving retail stores, malls and supermarkets.
c) To steer clear from disputes or confrontations amongst friends, classmates and strangers.
d) To be vigilant at all times when they are outside of home and be alert to their surroundings; taking care of personal belongings.
e) To avoid uncomfortable situations with strangers and not to befriend strangers online.
f) To be cautious of part-time jobs that offer promising quick and easy money.
g) To be alert when shopping online and not to fall prey to scams.
Together, parents can work with the school to keep our students safe during the holiday period.
Dear Parents/ Guardians,
In our national efforts to keep Singapore Dengue free, pls ensure stagnant water is removed by
a) Turning the pail
b) Tipping the vase
c) Flipping the flower pot base
d) Loosening hardened soil
e) Covering bamboo pole holders when not in use
f) Clearing the roof gutter and placing Bti insecticide
Together, let’s play our part in keeping Singapore Dengue free!
The school’s group insurer for 2021 is NTUC Income Insurance Co-Operative Limited. Every pupil is covered for mishaps that may occur during school activities and or co-curricular activities both in and out of the school. Details pertaining to the GPA Insurance Plan for Students can be found on NTUC Income’s website at https://www.income.com.sg/studentgpa.
The school’s carpark is a no parking zone for parents and visitors. Parents can park at either multi-story carparks located at Blk 306 or Blk 308 and to obtain a Visitors Pass at the school’s security booth before entering the school to transact with staff.
For the health and safety of our pupils with food allergies, the school will not allow any food items to be brought to class for sharing. Parents are reminded not to bring any food to the school for birthday celebrations as this is strictly prohibited.
The service road adjacent to Side Gate 3 is a one lane road. It is therefore, unsafe for parents to stop their vehicles and allow their children to alight from the vehicles in the morning as there is oncoming traffic. Parents are to alight their children at the drop-off points at Blk 307 so as to enable the children to walk along the void deck to the zebra-crossing where road wardens will guide your children to Side Gate 3.
The morning drop-off point for vehicular traffic is along the bus-bay. To avoid a long tail back of traffic, parents are encouraged to ensure that your child is ready to disembark safely at the designated drop-off point. For the safety of your child, parents are reminded not to double-park when your child is disembarking. All drivers must observe the speed limit of 15km/h or less when driving within the school compound.
LTA has implemented the “40 km/h When Lights Flash” (WLF) sign and traffic light along Anchorvale Drive before the traffic pedestrian crossing. Parents are reminded to be alert and reduce travelling speeds to 40 km/h and below when entering the School Zone for the safety of all pupils.
The Parents Gateway is a one-stop mobile app for parents that allows schools to update parents on programmes and activities, as well as provides a platform for performing administrative matters, like giving consent for their children’s participation in school activities. A two-minute video clip is available on the school’s website for parents to understand the rationale of the Parents Gateway and how to download and use the app.