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Secondary 2 Parents Engagement Session 2021


Dear Parents of Secondary 2 Students,

To view the Principal's Address : Sec 2 PES Principals Address.pdf 
To view the Sec 2 Subject Combination Briefing : Sec 2 PES Subject Combination Briefing.pdf 
To view the Sec 2 Normal Academic / Normal Technical Out-of-Stream Subjects Briefing : Sec 2 PES 2NA_NT OOS Briefing.pdf 
To view the Post Secondary Options : Sec 2 PES Briefing on Post Secondary Options.pdf 


Academic Related


[6 August 2021] Removal of Common Last Topics for Secondary 1-3 End-of-Year Examinations 2021

Dear Parents/ Guardians,

Please find the details of the Common Last Topics (CLT) that have been removed from the End-of-Year Examinations 2021 for Secondary 1-3 Students.


Secondary 1
G1 SubjectsG2 SubjectsG3 Subjects


Secondary 2
ExpressNormal (Academic)Normal (Technical)


Secondary 3
ExpressNormal (Academic)Normal (Technical)



[6 August 2021] Removal of Common Last Topics for GCE O-Level and N-Level Examinations 2021


Dear Parents/Guardians

Please find the details of the Common Last Topics (CLT) that have been removed from the National Examinations in the following documents:


National Examination
GCE O-Level SubjectsGCE N(A)-Level Subjects
GCE N(T)-Level Subjects




[28 October 2020] Sec 4/5 National Examinations Results Release Arrangements

Dear parents of Secondary 4/5 students,

On 27 October 2020, MOE and SEAB released the arrangements for National Examination Results Release in view of the current COVID-19 situation as well as the Safe Management Measures in place. A Parent's Gateway announcement was subsequently sent to all parents on 28 October 2020. For your convenience, the arrangements for the respective streams are attached below.

Parents of students who are offering OOS Subjects, you may also want to take a look at the corresponding arrangement for the respective streams. (i.e parents whose child is in the Normal (Academic) stream, but taking some subjects at the Express stream, should also refer to the GCE O Level Result Release Arrangements)


To view the arrangements for GCE O Level Results Release, please click here

To view the arrangements for GCE N(A) Level Results Release, please click here

To view the arrangements for GCE N(T) Level Results Release, please click here




Useful Reading

Useful reading and reference materials


Transitioning Back to School

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With our students returning to school progressively from this week, it will be another period of readjustment for you and your children. As we continue with our Safe Management Measures in school, how can we support them to adopt and settle in this new normal while taking care of our own well-being?



Stay Strong With These 5 Parenting Tips

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Cyberthreats

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Helping your child stay safe online

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Healthy Meals in School Programme

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PSG Online Guide sharing by PSG Leaders

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The PSG Online Guide - “Parent Support Groups – A How-to Guide By Parents For Parents” – is a resource that provides useful tips and guidelines in setting up and sustaining good PSGs.  It was initiated and developed by 5 PSG leaders from 9th COMPASS (Community and Parents in Support of School) Council with the support of several PSG leaders.

The Guide was launched on 4 February 2017 by Assoc. Prof Dr. Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim, Parliamentary Secretary for Ministry of Education and Ministry of Social and Family Development at the 2017 School-Home Partnership Networking session at Maris Stella High School (Secondary). Over 400 Parent Support Group (PSG) Leaders and school staff were engaged in rich discussions on how to reach out to parents for better educational and learning outcomes for our children.



PSG Networking session - 5 Scenarios for Parents Outreach, Activity & Discussion.

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Partnering the school for Values Education

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Instilling positive values in our children begins at home and our schools reinforce it through daily activities and Character and Citizenship Education in schools. As parents, how can you do your part to raise your children with values like empathy, respect and compassion for others? Take some time to try any of the 4 tips to nurture your child to be a compassionate person. Click here to find out more about the tips.  You can also begin this conversation with your child using a series of videos MOE has produced on Learning Values. The series of 6 videos uses simple and everyday scenarios to depict the different values a child should learn – Care, Responsibility, Integrity, Respect, Resilience and Harmony. Parents can use these videos to engage your child and educate them on the importance of these positive values.



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ICT in Schools: To Use or Not to Use?
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Meet the Teachers: Conversation Starters for Parents
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