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ANNOUNCEMENTS

School Academic Year 2021


Dear students,


1. We hope all of you are enjoying the school holidays. School will reopen on 4 Jan 2021 (Mon).

2. All students are to wear full school uniform on the first of day. There is no need to wear the school tie.

3. All Safe Management Measures will continue to be observed when school reopens. Hence, students are reminded to bring along their Oral Digital Thermometer.

4. Should you be unwell on the first day of school, you should see a doctor and not come to school.

4. We would also like to wish all students and parents/guardians a very happy new year in advance.

5. We look forward to seeing all of you in school on 4 Jan 2021.
 
 

RELEASE OF THE 2020 SINGAPORE - CAMBRIDGE GCE N(A)- & N(T)- LEVEL EXAMINATION RESULTS ON 17 DECEMBER 2020


The results of the 2020 Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education Normal (Academic) - [N(A)] and Normal (Technical)-[N(T)] Level Examinations will be released on Thursday, 17 December 2020, 2.00pm.

Please refer here for more details : https://www.moe.gov.sg/news/press-releases/release-of-the-2020-singapore-cambridge-gce-na--and-nt-level-examination-results-on-17-december-2020

 
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.
 
 





Removal of Common Last Topics

Dear Parents/Guardians,

As announced by Education Minister Chan Chun Sing, there will be a lighter load for national and year-end school exams to help students manage their load due to the disruptions to schooling caused by the Delta Variant of the coronavirus. 

Please click here (Academic Related) for the list of removed Common Last Topics for the various levels and national examinations.



Advisory on physical activity

Dear Students, Parents/Guardians,

Ministry Of Health (MOH) has published an advisory on avoiding strenuous activities one week post vaccination. Click here for the advisory by MOH.

MOH has also published an update by the expert committee on COVID-19 on Myocarditis and Pericarditis following vaccination with mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines. Click here for the updates by the expert committee on COVID-19.



ITE EAE

The ITE Early Admissions Exercise (EAE) for 2022 will commence on 27 May 2021 (Thurs). The application period will be from 27 May (Thurs) – 2 June (Wed). Students have been briefed in school on the application procedure and details. Please click here for the notification letter sent to parents via PG.

DSA-JC
The Direct School Admission (DSA)-JC for 2022 will commence on 5 May 2021 (Wed) onwards. Pls note that each Junior College will have its own closing date for applications. Students are strongly encouraged to visit the website of their chosen JC for more details about DSA-JC. Students have been briefed in school on the application procedure and details. Please click here for the notification letter sent to parents via PG.

Polytechnic EAE
The Polytechnic Early Admissions Exercise (Poly EAE) for 2022 is scheduled to commence on 24 June 2021 (Thurs). More details on Poly EAE will be provided at a later date (as mentioned in the notification letter sent to parents). Please click here for the notification letter sent to parents via PG.

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Removal of Common Last Topics

Dear Parents/Guardians,

As announced by Education Minister Chan Chun Sing, there will be a lighter load for national and year-end school exams to help students manage their load due to the disruptions to schooling caused by the Delta Variant of the coronavirus. 

Please click here (Academic Related) for the list of removed Common Last Topics for the various levels and national examinations.



Advisory on physical activity

Dear Students, Parents/Guardians,

Ministry Of Health (MOH) has published an advisory on avoiding strenuous activities one week post vaccination. Click here for the advisory by MOH.

MOH has also published an update by the expert committee on COVID-19 on Myocarditis and Pericarditis following vaccination with mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines. Click here for the updates by the expert committee on COVID-19.



ITE EAE

The ITE Early Admissions Exercise (EAE) for 2022 will commence on 27 May 2021 (Thurs). The application period will be from 27 May (Thurs) – 2 June (Wed). Students have been briefed in school on the application procedure and details. Please click here for the notification letter sent to parents via PG.

DSA-JC
The Direct School Admission (DSA)-JC for 2022 will commence on 5 May 2021 (Wed) onwards. Pls note that each Junior College will have its own closing date for applications. Students are strongly encouraged to visit the website of their chosen JC for more details about DSA-JC. Students have been briefed in school on the application procedure and details. Please click here for the notification letter sent to parents via PG.

Polytechnic EAE
The Polytechnic Early Admissions Exercise (Poly EAE) for 2022 is scheduled to commence on 24 June 2021 (Thurs). More details on Poly EAE will be provided at a later date (as mentioned in the notification letter sent to parents). Please click here for the notification letter sent to parents via PG.

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JWSS Students Demonstrating Public Spiritedness Identifying Covid-19 Symptoms MOE Press Release: Arrangements for schools under Phase 3 (Heightened Alert) June Holidays 2021 - The JWSS Way Covid-19 Vaccination Exercise for Students MOE Press Release: Covid-19 Vaccination Exercise MOE Press Release: Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) Tightening of SMMs in Schools 20th Anniversary Celebrations 2021 Congratulations! 3rd in Online Singapore Secondary Schools Debating Championships. Congratulations! Top 4 in West Zone B Division Boys Volleyball Championship