Wednesday, October 5, 2016

I&E Bazaar Coupons S1-01

Dear all,

For the upcoming I&E Bazaar, whenever you aren't working on your shifts, you'll need some coupons to try out the booths of other classes. Here's the stuff you need to do:
1. Look for your name.
2. Think about how much money you want for the Bazaar. Remember, you have to pay me the full amount according to what you have requested.
3. Fill in your answer in column C. The amount should only be in multiples of $0.50 (e.g. $1.00, $1.50, $2.00. $2.50.
4. Group your requested amount into groups of $1 and $0.50. Fill in columns D and E.
5. I need you guys to fill in the form by this evening, 6pm.

Yours sincerely,

Homework for 5 October


Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Homework for 28 September


[Announcement] Swap of lesson within within the same day (29 Sep)

Dear S1-01

There will be a swap between your EL and Maths lessons 29 Sep (Thursday).

Time for the
  • Maths lesson: 1020h to 1120h
  • EL lesson: 1340h to 1500h


There will not have any impact in terms of materials to be brought to school for both lessons as the swap is within the same day.

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Leadership Opportunities for Exemplary Individuals

2016 Junior Student Council / Junior Peer Support Board Selection

posted Sep 2, 2016, 5:15 PM by Pan Ping Rui Perdana   [ updated Sep 2, 2016, 5:33 PM ]
Dear Sec 1 Students,

The Student Council (SC) and the Peer Support Board (PSB) are currently inviting suitable Sec 1 students to come on board the Junior SC and Junior PSB for the upcoming year. More information can be found in the slides accessible HERE.

If you are ready to take on this leadership role, application forms can be found in the General Office or downloadable HERE. Please note that the deadline to submit the completed application form is Sep 19th, 2016 (Mon) at 3pm.

To help you with your decisions, all Sec 1 students are required to attend the briefing and Q&A session on Sep 15 (Thurs) from 3pm to 3:30pm in the ISH. Do report immediately to the ISH after your lessons.

In the meantime, should you have any queries, contact Mr Perdana Pan at pan_ping_rui_perdana@sst.edu.sg.

Have a great September break ahead, too!

Thank you.

So Very Exciting!!!


Cosplay Event in SST on Fri, 16 Sept 2016
Inter-House Cosplay Challenge is back and the cosplaying fun for the whole school continues in SST.

If you are into cosplaying, you might want to volunteer to be the performer(s) for your House and try win points for your House. Please contact your House Captains or Vice-Captains for more information. However, if you would just like to cosplay for fun, then take note of what and when to wear.

WHEN TO WEAR COSPLAY OUTFITS on 16 Sept 2016
There is some testing of creativity as to what to cosplay as especially with the time given for getting ready for it. It is not a lot so start thinking what you could really come as.

All students will come to school in full school uniform or S&W outfits if there are S&W lessons before their recesses.
All cosplayers will take their respective recess breaks to change into their cosplay outfits. These will include cosplayers (both staff and students) who are not representing their Houses in the Inter-House Cosplay Challenge but would like to join in the fun of cosplaying. Everyone is encouraged to cosplay to add to the atmosphere of the event.
Cosplayers who are representing their Houses in the Inter-House Cosplay Challenge are further allowed to leave their classes at 11.45am to do more preparation as the competition will be held in the MPH during assembly period.
With the time restriction, you really have to be creative in how to get the makeup done and consider the characters suitable for the kind of time you have for this event.
WHAT COSPLAY COSTUMES TO WEAR
We can have fun cosplaying but the costumes we wear need to be appropriate for a school audience. All of you know that costumes which are too revealing or cross-dressing inappropriately will never pass the approval test. Please also do not plonk on a head of a donkey and say it is cosplaying. It really is not. Cosplayers actually take time and pride in what they cosplay as. Those in inappropriate outfits will be requested to change back into their school uniforms or S&W outfits.

If you are not sure, just check with your form teacher, any HOYs, DMs and Ms Patricia Ng who is organising this.
STUDENTS WHO ARE NOT COSPLAYING
Wearing home clothes is NOT cosplaying. This is not a 'Be Yourself' event but a Cosplay event. The rest of the student population not intending to cosplay will need to remain in their school uniforms but can still enjoy the entertainment of the cosplay event that will culminate with the Inter-House Cosplay Challenge during the Assembly Programme.

Any further queries, please contact Ms Patricia Ng@

Homework for 13 September


Monday, September 5, 2016

English Language End-of-Year Examination

See LINK


Paper 1 Writing [70 marks] [Weighting:35%]
 Duration of Paper 1: 1 hour 50 minutes
This paper is divided into three sections.
Section A: Editing [10 marks]
In a given text of continuous prose, candidates identify and then edit grammatical errors by writing the corrections in the spaces provided. Errors in punctuation and spelling will not be tested in this section.
Section B: Situational Writing [30 marks]
Candidates write a text of 250–300 words based on a given situation which will involve viewing a visual text.
Candidates are required to write an eyewitness report to suit the purpose, audience and context.
Section C: Continuous Writing [30 marks]
Candidates choose one out of four topics to write a text of 300-400 words in continuous prose. The topics set may cover different types of narrative texts, e.g. narrative, personal recount or reflection etc...

Paper 2 Comprehension [50 marks] [Weighting:35%]
Duration of Paper 2: 1 hour 50 minutes
This paper is divided into three sections.
Section A [5 marks]
This section contains Text 1 which will include visuals. Based on the visual text, candidates are required to answer a variety of questions testing comprehension, and on the use of visuals as well as the use of language for impact.
Section B [20 marks]
This section contains Text 2, which is narrative in nature, based on which candidates are to answer questions testing comprehension, vocabulary in context and the use of language for impact. 
Section C [25 marks]
This section contains Text 3, which is non-narrative in nature, based on which candidates are required to answer questions testing comprehension, vocabulary in context and the use of language for impact. Candidates are also required to write a summary of about 80 words (excluding the introductory words that will be provided).
Texts 2 and 3 together will be about 1200 words long.

Paper 3 Listening [30 marks] [Weighting:10%]
Approximate duration of Paper 3: 45 minutes
This paper comprises two sections.
Section A [24 marks]
Candidates respond to a variety of listening tasks that will assess a range of listening skills. The audio texts, which will consist of a variety of types of texts, e.g. narrative, recount, exposition, and information report, may come with visuals where appropriate. A variety of question types, e.g. multiple choice, matching, fill-in-the-blanks, true/false/not stated, and filling in a graphic organiser, may be set.
Section B [6 marks]
Candidates listen to an informational text and complete a simple note-taking task.

Paper 4 Oral Communication [30 marks] [Weighting:20%]
Poetry Recitation Podcast [30 marks]
Candidates read aloud an assigned poem (record and submit via Google Classroom) bearing in mind the purpose, audience and context.
Candidates are assessed on their ability to accurately pronounce and clearly articulate the words in the text, and read fluently and expressively (pace, volume, tone, stress), showing an awareness of purpose, audience and context.

End-of-Year Examination Schedule

See Sec 1 Exam Schedule


Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Monday, August 29, 2016

Friday, August 26, 2016

Homework for 26 August




Should there be any additional homework, please notify me via the comments or send me a message, thanks!

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Homework for 25 August

Here is today's homework:
To add:
Assignment 12.2 (Math) - to hand in Next Monday
Should you need the info, next Thursday there is no lesson due to Staff Appreciation Week and Teacher's Day Celebrations, and the day after is Teacher's Day, there will be no school.

Remember to get your presents and appreciation cards ready!

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Homework for 17 August

Road Safety

Parents are reminded that not to stop, pick up or let your child alight at the bus stop next to the school along Commonwealth Ave West. This is for the safety of our students and to ensure smooth traffic flow near the ingress to Technology Drive. Please also note the traffic rules pertaining to bus lanes.
For your child’s safety, please drop them off at the drop off zone within the school vicinity.
Parents are also reminded that Technology Drive is demarcated as a school zone and all drivers should practise the necessary precautions when driving along the road.

Sunday, August 14, 2016

Homework for 12 Aug (to add on)

Dear S1-01

Please refer to the email reminder sent to the class on 12 August (1349h) to inform all about the submission of Mathematics Homework on Monday (15 August) (notice that the deadline of the assignments were not indicated in the earlier post).



In addition,


From: Ms Loh

Monday, August 1, 2016

Homework for 1 August

I know I am not meant to be posting the Homework, but I am posting it for the sake of those who check the blog early. 

Here is the homework:


Digital Citizenship Survey


All students must complete survey given last Friday before 3 p.m. today.

Friday, July 29, 2016

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Personal Hygiene


1.
 Practising good personal hygiene by washing your hands regularly and thoroughly with soap and water, especially before touching your eyes, nose or mouth.
2. Turning quickly away from anyone and cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when coughing and sneezing.
3. Avoiding crowded places if you are unwell.
4. Staying home from school when you are sick and seek medical care. 
5. Putting on a face mask if you have flu-like symptoms.
6. Avoiding sharing of food and drinks at meal times.

Homework for 27 July