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Letter from MOE to parents on 2019-nCoV sent via PG on 7 February

Dear Parents/Guardians,

On Friday, 7 February, you would have received a letter from MOE on the additional precautionary measures taken by all schools via Parents Gateway. For your easy reference, a copy of the letter is attached here .

You could also visit https://www.moe.gov.sg/faqs-wuhan-coronavirus-infection for the latest updates.

Let us all continue to play our part in maintaining good personal hygiene and exercising social responsibility. Teachers will be constantly reminding students on both areas on a daily basis in school.

All of us can expect some inconveniences due to the precautionary measures in place in schools, but together we can keep our children healthy as well as safe while learning and lives continue.

Let us stay calm, united and resolute whilst taking sensible precautions to overcome this challenge together.






Precautionary Measures on 2019-nCoV

As part of our JWSS precautionary measures on the 2019-nCoV, in accordance to MOE advisory, please take note of the following:

1: Students are to bring their Oral Digital Thermometers (ODT) to school everyday, as the school has implemented daily temperature taking exercise. If you do not have an ODT, you may purchase one from the school bookshop.

2:  Pay attention to personal hygiene, practise regular hand washing with soap especially before handling food or eating; after visits to toilet, or when your hands are dirtied with respiratory secretion after coughing/sneezing. Cover your nose and mouth with tissue whey you cough/sneeze and dispose your used tissue into the rubbish bin.

3:  If you are not feeling well, please visit a doctor immediately, stay and rest at home.

For more information on how you can play your part in preventing the spread of 2019-nCoV,  click here

 





Student Matters

Dear students, 

The mid-year holiday this year has come early, thus we have prepared a series of activities for you during this period. Further, for graduating students, there are updates to national exams matters as well as ITE EAE matters.

You would have been briefed by your Form Teachers on 4 May 2020 during Form Teacher Time about the details and just in case you need relook at it again, please click on the link below.

please click here to access the details for students on JWSSLearns Challenge, National Examinations Matter and ITE EAE Matter.
 
Collection of SGC for class of 2019

Dear Alumni,

In view of the current COVID-19 situation as well as advisory from MOE, all SGC collection will be suspended with immediate effect. 

SGC Collection will resume after 4 May 2020. Please do stay at home and be safe.
 
Letter from MOE to parents on 2019-nCoV sent via PG on 7 February

Dear Parents/Guardians,

On Friday, 7 February, you would have received a letter from MOE on the additional precautionary measures taken by all schools via Parents Gateway. For your easy reference, a copy of the letter is attached here .

You could also visit https://www.moe.gov.sg/faqs-wuhan-coronavirus-infection for the latest updates.

Let us all continue to play our part in maintaining good personal hygiene and exercising social responsibility. Teachers will be constantly reminding students on both areas on a daily basis in school.

All of us can expect some inconveniences due to the precautionary measures in place in schools, but together we can keep our children healthy as well as safe while learning and lives continue.

Let us stay calm, united and resolute whilst taking sensible precautions to overcome this challenge together.






Precautionary Measures on 2019-nCoV

As part of our JWSS precautionary measures on the 2019-nCoV, in accordance to MOE advisory, please take note of the following:

1: Students are to bring their Oral Digital Thermometers (ODT) to school everyday, as the school has implemented daily temperature taking exercise. If you do not have an ODT, you may purchase one from the school bookshop.

2:  Pay attention to personal hygiene, practise regular hand washing with soap especially before handling food or eating; after visits to toilet, or when your hands are dirtied with respiratory secretion after coughing/sneezing. Cover your nose and mouth with tissue whey you cough/sneeze and dispose your used tissue into the rubbish bin.

3:  If you are not feeling well, please visit a doctor immediately, stay and rest at home.

For more information on how you can play your part in preventing the spread of 2019-nCoV,  click here

 




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Student Matters

Dear students, 

The mid-year holiday this year has come early, thus we have prepared a series of activities for you during this period. Further, for graduating students, there are updates to national exams matters as well as ITE EAE matters.

You would have been briefed by your Form Teachers on 4 May 2020 during Form Teacher Time about the details and just in case you need relook at it again, please click on the link below.

please click here to access the details for students on JWSSLearns Challenge, National Examinations Matter and ITE EAE Matter.
 
Collection of SGC for class of 2019

Dear Alumni,

In view of the current COVID-19 situation as well as advisory from MOE, all SGC collection will be suspended with immediate effect. 

SGC Collection will resume after 4 May 2020. Please do stay at home and be safe.
 
Letter from MOE to parents on 2019-nCoV sent via PG on 7 February

Dear Parents/Guardians,

On Friday, 7 February, you would have received a letter from MOE on the additional precautionary measures taken by all schools via Parents Gateway. For your easy reference, a copy of the letter is attached here .

You could also visit https://www.moe.gov.sg/faqs-wuhan-coronavirus-infection for the latest updates.

Let us all continue to play our part in maintaining good personal hygiene and exercising social responsibility. Teachers will be constantly reminding students on both areas on a daily basis in school.

All of us can expect some inconveniences due to the precautionary measures in place in schools, but together we can keep our children healthy as well as safe while learning and lives continue.

Let us stay calm, united and resolute whilst taking sensible precautions to overcome this challenge together.






Precautionary Measures on 2019-nCoV

As part of our JWSS precautionary measures on the 2019-nCoV, in accordance to MOE advisory, please take note of the following:

1: Students are to bring their Oral Digital Thermometers (ODT) to school everyday, as the school has implemented daily temperature taking exercise. If you do not have an ODT, you may purchase one from the school bookshop.

2:  Pay attention to personal hygiene, practise regular hand washing with soap especially before handling food or eating; after visits to toilet, or when your hands are dirtied with respiratory secretion after coughing/sneezing. Cover your nose and mouth with tissue whey you cough/sneeze and dispose your used tissue into the rubbish bin.

3:  If you are not feeling well, please visit a doctor immediately, stay and rest at home.

For more information on how you can play your part in preventing the spread of 2019-nCoV,  click here

 




Highlights (Do Not Delete)

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