Announcements


Taken from SJI Email (7 April, 2001h)

Dear parents,

Starting from 8 Apr 2020, we will shift to Full Home-Based Learning (HBL) till 4 May 2020. It is an important stage in our fight against COVID-19 where we need to stay home, stay safe, and help our children stay curious.

Last week’s HBL has helped all of us to be better prepared. There will be issues and challenges as we move to Full HBL, but let’s work together to overcome them.

HBL cannot fully replace physical learning in school, but it will ensure that our children will be able to progress with learning while remaining safe.

We have come through challenges before, we can do it again. Let us partner to guide our children to tide through this and emerge stronger.

This issue of Parent Kit (see PDF) aims to help you understand what HBL is and how you can support your children during the period of Full HBL. Watch this video: bit.ly/pk2fullhbl

We hope you find the issue useful, especially for those of you who are also working from home.

Stay home, stay safe, stay curious!

Ora et Labora

St. Joseph's Institution

Taken from Mr Ng's Email (7 April, 1948h)

Gentlemen,

I had originally planned to write an email to you last Friday to praise you for performing well during the HBL last Thursday. Your teachers had nothing but praise for your good behaviour and enthusiasm. But came PM Lee's speech on Friday and we are now in the process of making history.

It is important that we do what we can so that this "circuit breaker" will work. At the same time, you need to continue your learning. I hope you will form good habits - wake up early, prepare for lessons, and not get distracted during school hours.

Your timetable has been modified so that you will end earlier. This is to ensure that you do not get over-loaded, and it will also prevent you from excessive screen time. There are two documents you need to refer to, the HBL Timetable as well as the HBL Plans, both attached below. You need to note that:

  1. Each period in the timetable has been labelled A, B, C, D, or E.
  2. You need to refer to the HBL Plans to check what instructions your teachers have given to you for each period each day. Please do this early in the morning every day because your teacher may adjust the plan.
  3. You should also check your email every morning.
  4. ADM will continue for those doing an ADM in Semester 1, and there are only two weeks left, so it is not included in the timetable. ADM will be on Monday 1pm-2pm. You are expected to check what you need to do in the HBL Plans as well, under ADM.

Other than formal lessons, this is a good time to learn something new. You can pick up skills like cooking and coding during your free time. Please stay safe and healthy and I look forward to meeting all of you in person in one month's time.

Year 1 HBL Timetable

Year 1 HBL Plans

Regards,

Ora et Labora

Ng Yew Hong (Mr)

Director / Foundation Programme Academics

Head / Foundation Programme Mathematics


5 Apr (Sun) 2020 - Term 2 Week 3

Dear Parents and Students,

As Singapore takes on "circuit-breaker" measures, we all play our part by staying home (do check the press for what to and what not to do), we keep our spirit positive and perhaps even cheer others whenever possible :). An article about Billy Barr who has 50 years of social distancing that may spark ideas on how to handle this period.

Please do bring home ALL textbooks and worksheets from locker and classroom, as we prepare for Home Based Learning from Wednesday. Please do approach your class tutor or myself, if you need any help or just someone to speak with.

Year 1 HBL Time table


Some Y1 Matters

1. MOE Language Center, CSP (Ms Rahimah)

Please note that the 'Centre-based learning’ (e.g. lessons in MOE Language Centre, schools serving as MTL centres, MEP centres) will continue in HBL format until the end of Term 2'. CSP lessons at Changkat Changi Secondary will be suspended till the end of Term 2.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Together, we will pull through this.


2. SJI Care Package for background Staff (The 9th Student Council)

Hi fellow Josephians!

In the past few months, the global community has been weathering a global pandemic. Undoubtedly, this pandemic has affected each and every single one of us here in SJI. However, many changes have been made in school to ensure that we can safely carry on with school. This would not be possible without our non-teaching staff. They comprise of our cleaners, admin, IT, security as well as facilities staff.

They have worked tirelessly to ensure a clean and safe school environment amidst the many precautions taken by the school and ministry. Yet despite the added responsibilities, they still go about their duties with cheer and without complaint. This is something that we all as Josephians should all strive to learn.

We as a community, would like to show our immense gratitude and support towards the background staff by presenting them with a small token of our appreciation. Each class will be assigned a particular member of the support staff and will come up with some items to create a care package for them.

Each class/TG will be given an A4 sized box which can be filled with anything from notes to cards to gifts in support of the non-teaching staff. You are encouraged to personalise the box and gifts. Your Form Tutors will help in ensuring that the items in your respective care packages are appropriate.

The boxes will be given out on Monday morning (6 April) by student leaders at the foyer at 7.50 am. We will be collecting the boxes for distribution on Tuesday 7 April. This will take place at the prefect benches (outside the James Miller Centre near the steps) from 2.40pm.

We look forward to seeing our community come together in support of those amongst us who need it most. Thank you very much!

Yours sincerely,

Julian Teng


3. Recess Time (last 2 recess in class ... for the time being)

  1. Please try to bring your own food for recess & share if you can.
  2. If you need to purchase food at the canteen, please bring your own receptacle, to pack the food from the canteen to eat in your own classroom. However, do not wash the receptacle in school, but please take them home to wash. We shall eat in class, but please do keep the table clean as you will be studying there too.

4. Library Books - Renewal (Repeat)

Please note that you have the option to renew your library books yourself online once. However, this needs to be done before the book is overdue. If your book is already overdue, you will need to email Mrs Boey <library@sji.edu.sg> to ask for help with extending your loan.

Please see my instructions on setting up your Spydus account and renewing your library books from home. Click on this link to begin: Spydus password and renewing books

Don't forget you can also access NLB e-books and free online books if you need more reading material. Information on that was shared on my Online Book Week slides.


5. Staying Safe

  • PM Lee, Circuit Breaker - video (3 April)
  • MOH COVID-19 updates
  • To win this war, stay home (Straits Times article). Online symptom checker (CNA)


  • “The Light” Cheering our frontline heroes with a lovely song. A song by Jacob from Fairfield Methodist Primary with this link.
  • Here is another link that may catch the eyes of the young ones, with elements of hand washing techniques.
  • Stay Safe with Ministry of Health (MOH)’s 5M’s - Manage one’s health, Maintain clean hands, Minimise contact, Mask up when unwell, Monitor the news. (MOE FAQs)
  • Dengue clusters in Singapore. Do be careful with mosquitoes if you are near the clusters, and be familiar with precautions and the 5-step mozzie wipe out.
  • Stay safe from scams too. Straits Times article.
  • To verify the authenticity of a contact tracing call:
    • Take down the caller’s ID number
    • Call MOH’s general hotline at 63259220 and provide them the caller’s ID number
    • If the call is authentic, the contact tracing team will call you back within 30 mins to 1 hour


6. SJI Updates


7. Year 1 Catholic Matters

  • Lenten Reflection Booklet for reflections during this period of lent
  • Reflections on Mass readings from :
    • Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore YouTube page
    • St Mary of the Angels YouTube page


Schedule for Term 2 Week 3 - 6 to 10 Apr

  • 6 Apr (Mon) - Normal School Day *
  • 7 Apr (Tue) - Normal School Day * (Feast Of St John Baptist De La Salle)
  • 8 Apr (Wed) - Home Based Learning **
  • 9 Apr (Thu) - Home Based Learning **
  • 10 Apr (Fri) - GOOD FRIDAY Public Holiday

* Dismissal as per time-table

** Students will attend lessons from home


Schedule for Term 2 Week 4 - 13 to 17 Apr

  • 13 Apr (Mon) - Home Based Learning (Easter Monday)
  • 14 Apr (Tue) - Home Based Learning (Easter Tuesday)
  • 15 Apr (Wed) - Home Based Learning (Easter Wednesday)
  • 16 Apr (Thu) - Home Based Learning (Easter Thursday)
  • 17 Apr (Fri) - Home Based Learning (Easter Friday)



Schedule for Term 2 Week 5 - 20 to 24 Apr

  • 20 Apr (Mon) - Home Based Learning
  • 21 Apr (Tue) - Home Based Learning
  • 22 Apr (Wed) - Home Based Learning
  • 23 Apr (Thu) - Home Based Learning
  • 24 Apr (Fri) - Home Based Learning


Wishing everyone a blessed week ahead! Stay Safe.


Ora et Labora,

Mr Genesius Chan

On behalf of Foundation Academy


Taken from Mr Ng's Email (1 April, 1616h)

Gentlemen, the instructions for HBL can be found in the link below. Do note that:

1. The lessons are ordered by time but you still need your timetable.

2. This is meant to be a summary of what you need to do - your teachers may send you more details so do check your email.

3. If anything goes wrong, don't be reactive - contact your teacher (email, whatsapp, slack etc) and wait patiently. There is no need to be stressed.

4. Check back the same document below for subsequent Thursday HBL instructions. Do note that even though some Week 3 instructions are already in, they may still be changed according to your class' pace so please check back next week.

<Year 1 Thursday HBL>

I hope you enjoy your HBL tomorrow. Thank you.

Taken from email by Mr Lee (1 Apr, 0004h)

Dear students,

According to Fr Danker’s email, you will be doing HBL on 2 April and 9 April.

The following will detail how HBL will be carried out.

  1. Conduct of HBL

Order of the day:

0830h - check in with tutors, 0850h onwards - lessons

HBL Lesson

The HBL lessons will be a combination of online learning from the curation of videos, use of relevant platforms, video-conferencing tools etc. There will be both on-screen and off-screen time activities.

Instructions for students

Please refer to the protocol for students and observe them carefully.

Student who is sick on Thursday

Your parents or you have to write an email to inform your Form Tutors and Subject Tutors that you will not be joining the HBL. Please see a doctor and submit the medical leave.

Academic Discovery Modules

ADM will carry on based on the schedule given.

Fulfilling “Learning how to learn”

This is a new way of learning and we must adapt to the new landscape. Both you and your teachers are learning how to learn and teach. Keep a lookout for one another(fellow classmates and teachers) and help one another to learn better. In this way, you are taking small steps to become a man for others.

Have a good HBL experience.


Regards

Lee Han Seng

Dean, Foundation Programme Academy

Taken from email by Fr Adrian (31 Mar, 1347h)

Dear Josephians,

1. You would have heard by now that MOE has asked all schools to implement National Home-Based Learning (HBL) Days on Thursdays, 2 April and 9 April for secondary schools and on Fridays, 3 April and 10 April for JCs.

2. In SJI we have secondary and JC students. We organise ourselves into 3 academies -

  • Foundation Programme Academy for Y1-2 students;
  • O Level Programme for Y3-4 O Level students;
  • IB Programme for Y3-4 Integrated Programme students and Y5-6 IBDP students

3. In view of how we are structured by academy as a school, SJI will be conducting our HBL in the following format (See Fr Adrian's e-mail)

4. Your teachers will provide you with more details regarding your respective HBL programme on the dates above.

5. At tomorrow morning's Assembly, Mr Dominic Ang will share the school's expectations regarding student participation during HBL lessons.

6. We will be communicating about SJI's HBL programme to your parents today.

7. I hope you will give yourself fully to the HBL lessons. These are opportunities for you to develop the necessary competencies and skills you will need for tomorrow's workplaces, as well as for you to develop yourself as a self-directed learner.

8. Finally, I wish to share that your teachers have worked very hard to prepare these HBL lessons so that you can continue learning at this challenging time. I hope you will remember to thank them.

Take care of yourselves and may God bless you at this time,

Fr Adrian

29 Mar (Sun) 2020 - Term 2 Week 2

Dear Parents and Students,

A new week. We would have had time to look at Term 1 results, a baseline. Let's start from here, see how our efforts returned as grades. More importantly, in education, is how much we have grown in character, since we first stepped in, to SJI to learn, to grow the gifts we brought as ourselves, have we discovered more?


Some Y1 Matters

1. Earth Hour (Ms Gina Tan)

Earth Hour 2020 : Sat 28 Mar at 8:30pm. Many of us stayed at home due to the COVID-19 situation, how were we part of Earth Hour - the world's biggest switch off event digitally this year? Do click on the Earth Hour official website to find out how others took part: https://www.earthhour.org/


2. Council Voting (The 9th Student Council)

Election time is just around the corner. It is time for you guys to vote and have your say in the 10th SJI Secondary Student Council election. The Student Council embodies a group of student leaders who share a common desire to better the Josephian experience for each and every one of you. To do so, they have planned events such as the Year 4 Graduation and the recent activity where the school came together to write cards for health care workers, to name a few. They have taken painstakingly spent their holidays putting together their respective campaign videos for you guys to watch and get to know them better. Your vote plays a key role in ensuring your fellow Josephians proceed further in the election process.

The link for their campaign videos can be accessed <here>. And here is the <Link> to the voting form.

The closing date for votes to be submitted is 3 April and you can choose up to a maximum of 8 candidates. We sincerely hope that all of you put thought as to where your valuable votes go. Use it wisely and have fun watching their videos!

In the second round of voting, you will vote for your Fraternity Captain. You are only allowed one vote so please put some thought into it. Voting will end on 3 April 2020. After you have voted, all the candidates will go through an interview conducted by the Fraternity teachers before the final decision is made. The nomination and selection of Fraternity Exco will then commence.

Please click on the correct link to vote for your Fraternity Captain.

Lawrence Captain voting form Lawrence Captain

Michael Captain voting form Michael Captain

Marcian Captain voting form Marcian Captain

3. Recess Time - eat in own classroom (from Week 2 onwards)

  1. In an attempt to help in promoting physical distancing, please try to bring your own food for recess.
  2. If you need to purchase food at the canteen, please bring your own receptacle, to pack food from the canteen to eat in your own classroom. However, do not wash the receptacle in school, but please take them home to wash. We shall eat in class, but please do keep the table clean as you will be studying there too.

4. Lenten Project 2020 (Repeat)

Please find Presentation Slides and excerpts from letter from Bro Paul Ho:

For our Josephians of Years 1 & 2, they are invited to participate under the Sustainable Development Goal 12 on sustainable consumption and production. Year 1 and 2 classes are to collect used clothes that are still wearable.

These are: Male Shirts, Male Pants, Female Blouses, Shorts, Skirts, Female Pants and Any T-shirts.

Other items are: Shoes, Household linen (bed sheets, towels etc), belts and bags.

Please be reminded that all these items listed above can still be used. All collected clothes will go to Greensquare. The next collection day will be on 2 April (details to be updated).

Your support can come in the form of continually reminding him to keep to his commitment in bringing reusable items on those collection dates. May you continue to build strong bonds of communication during this time.


5. Home Based Learning (The Straits Times, MOE Press Release, SJI Update 28 Mar)

Please read the links above. Assistance will be given to students who do not have access to digital devices when their learning requires it, please inform your Form Tutors if you require any assistance.


6. Staying Safe

  • Social Distancing - next major line of defence. (Straits Times article, CNA Video)
  • “The Light” Cheering our frontline heroes with a lovely song. And wow! I chanced upon this, a song by Jacob from Fairfield Methodist Primary.
  • Here is another link that may catch the eyes of the young ones, with elements of hand washing techniques.
  • Stay Safe with Ministry of Health (MOH)’s 5M’s - Manage one’s health, Maintain clean hands, Minimise contact, Mask up when unwell, Monitor the news. (MOE FAQs)
  • Simple Video by Straits Times on how washing hands help remove virus.
  • Dengue clusters in Singapore. Do be careful with mosquitoes if you are near the clusters, and be familiar with precautions and the 5-step mozzie wipe out.
  • Stay safe from scams too. Straits Times article.
  • To verify the authenticity of a contact tracing call:
    • Take down the caller’s ID number
    • Call MOH’s general hotline at 63259220 and provide them the caller’s ID number
    • If the call is authentic, the contact tracing team will call you back within 30 mins to 1 hour


7. SJI Updates


8. Year 1 Catholic Matters (ALL Catholic boys please take note, everyone else is welcomed to attend)

  • Daily Morning Prayer at 0710h @ SJI Chapel. (Thu @ 0740h)
  • Lenten Reflection Booklet for reflections during this period of lent
  • Reflections on Mass readings from :


Schedule for Term 2 Week 2 - 30 Mar to 3 Apr

  • 30 Mar (Mon) - Normal School Day *
  • 31 Mar (Tue) - Normal School Day *
  • 1 Apr (Wed) - Normal School Day * (Lenten Project Collection - 1430h @ ISH Training Room)
  • 2 Apr (Thu) - Home Based Learning **
  • 3 Apr (Fri) - Normal School Day *

* Dismissal as per time-table

** Students will attend lessons from home


Schedule for Term 2 Week 3 - 6 to 10 Apr

  • 6 Apr (Mon) - Normal School Day *
  • 7 Apr (Tue) - Normal School Day * (Feast Of St John Baptist De La Salle)
  • 8 Apr (Wed) - Normal School Day *
  • 9 Apr (Thu) - Home Based Learning **
  • 10 Apr (Fri) - GOOD FRIDAY Public Holiday

* Dismissal as per time-table

** Students will attend lessons from home


Schedule for Term 2 Week 4 - 13 to 17 Apr

  • 13 Apr (Mon) - Normal School Day * (Easter Blessings) Easter Monday,
  • 14 Apr (Tue) -Normal School Day * (Easter Tuesday)
  • 15 Apr (Wed) - Normal School Day * (Easter Wednesday)
  • 16 Apr (Thu) - Normal School Day * (Easter Thursday)
  • 17 Apr (Fri) - Normal School Day * (Easter Friday)

* Dismissal as per time-table


Wishing everyone a blessed week ahead!


Ora et Labora,

Mr Genesius Chan

On behalf of Foundation Academy


Cartoons from MOE Facebook:

Posters from Gov.sg

Dear parents,

Please note that the Result Slips for the Term 1 Assessment will be released online for Year 1 and 2 from 25th March (Wednesday) till 8th April (Wednesday).

To access the results, please use the following url: https://sdms.sji.edu.sg

Please select the Student radio button before clicking the Login button.

Default userid and password is: last 5 characters of Child's NRIC + Child's date of birth as DDMMYY.

Example for Child with NRIC T0123456F born on 9 Jun 2001 is 3456F090601

If you have forgotten your changed password, the Forget Password module would send the password reset email to the main guardian. Please check your SPAM folder if the main guardian does not see the reset email.

Should you experience any technical issues, please email <sjihelpdesk@sji.edu.sg> with your Child's Class, Name and NRIC No.

Thank you.

22 Mar (Sun) 2020 - Easter Term Begins

Dear Parents and Students,


Some Y1 Matters

1. Reminders from Mr Syaifudin

A) Please ensure that your uniform, hair, shoes and socks are acceptable for school (refer to the attached document and also your School Diary pg. 73-74). Your Form Tutors will do a check daily/weekly and will remind you to get them fixed if there are any issues. Ensure you get your hair cut and fixed over the weekends. For those with facial hair, you are required to shave them. Only those who had provided us with official letters (due to religious reasons) are exempted. Socks must also be plain and above your ankles, without any prints and motifs. Disciplinary actions will be taken if you fail to comply with the requirements.

Uniforms are to be worn on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. The tie should be worn every first school day of the week from morning until 9.30 am. Casual Friday Polo Shirts can be worn on Wednesdays and Fridays only. Fraternity shirts can only be worn during the first PE lesson of the week. All students are to change out of their PE/Fraternity shirts and shorts after PE before going for your next lesson/recess. Please practice good hygiene and adhere to this.

B) Every student must have a working thermometer. In view of the current situation, every student must take their temperatures twice daily. The new stock of thermometers will cost $7.90 each if you wish to purchase them from Student Services Office or the bookshop. Students who forget to bring their thermometers will be informed that disciplinary actions will be taken if they forget to bring them again the next time. If you are feeling unwell, please consult a doctor and stay home to rest.

C) Do continue to be punctual for school and lessons. For those who have been late for school on 3 or more occasions, please ensure that you make the effort and necessary arrangements to ensure that you reach school on time. For the rest, keep up the good habit of being punctual and remember to factor in buffer time (at least 15 minutes) to take into consideration traffic conditions and also the need to use the bathroom every morning. You should aim to be in your classrooms by 7.25 am rather than arriving at the main gate at 7.30 am. "Arriving late is a way of saying that your own time is more valuable than the time of the person who waited for you."

D) A gentle reminder for all of you to be responsible for your own items at all times. We have had incidents of personal belongings going missing because students have left them at the canteen unattended or left them on their classroom tables for a prolonged period of time. Please utilize the lockers provided so that you do not lose your personal belongings. Handphones should not be used between 7.30 am until dismissal time. Earphones, headphones and airpods should be removed upon entering the school compound. If you fail to heed the above, your handphones, earphones, headphones or airpods will be confiscated.

E) Do keep recreational play at the designated areas at the track and on the field only. No games should be played at any area of the academic blocks, including the Oval. For the basketball court at the PAC, you are only allowed to use them from 2.30 pm onwards. For those who use the small goalposts during recess, please return them to the side of the field after use. We suggest you end your play 5-10 minutes before recess ends to keep the goalposts and cool down before you resume your next lesson. For those who remain in your classrooms during recess to complete or catch up on school work, please ensure you behave in an orderly manner. We have had accidents (injuries/broken windows) in Term 1 due to students fooling around in the classrooms/classroom corridors.

F) Lastly, please continue to exercise good personal hygiene and keep our school premises clean and litter-free. There are ample visible rubbish bins for all of you to dispose of your rubbish. Do clear your plates and cups after you are done with your meals.

Classes will be assigned tables during recess/breaks and you are to wipe-down the tables after use. After the last lesson of the day, all classes are also to wipe-down your respective classrooms (materials will be provided). This additional measures allow us to ensure the spaces that we use are clean and hygienic.

Let us all play a part in ensuring our school environment is clean, safe and positive as we begin the new term, especially during these challenging times. We look forward to seeing all of you again on Monday.


2. Term 2 Time Table <link>


3. Suspension of CCA, 3rd Language Classes and DSA Care

In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, DSA Care will be suspended till further notice. Please do the needful (i.e. go home after school and social distancing) during this period. You will be notified when DSA care resumes.

CCA at SJI (Suspension from 23 March to 5 April) & Y1 CCA change window postponed from 6 April to 19 April.

3rd Language Classes at MOELC, CL(B) Lessons at ACS (B) and CSP at CCS are also suspended, it will be Home-Based Learning till Term 2 Week 3.


4. Library Books - Renewal (Mrs Boey)

Please note that you have the option to renew your library books yourself online once. However, this needs to be done before the book is overdue. If your book is already overdue, you will need to email Mrs Boey <library@sji.edu.sg> to ask for help with extending your loan.

Please see my instructions on setting up your Spydus account and renewing your library books from home. Click on this link to begin: Spydus password and renewing books

Don't forget you can also access NLB e-books and free online books if you need more reading material. Information on that was shared on my Online Book Week slides.


5. Lenten Project 2020 (Repeat)

Please find Presentation Slides and excerpts from letter from Bro Paul Ho:

For our Josephians of Years 1 & 2, they are invited to participate under the Sustainable Development Goal 12 on sustainable consumption and production. Year 1 and 2 classes are to collect used clothes that are still wearable.

These are: Male Shirts, Male Pants, Female Blouses, Shorts, Skirts, Female Pants and Any T-shirts.

Other items are: Shoes, Household linen (bed sheets, towels etc), belts and bags.

Please be reminded that all these items listed above can still be used. All collected clothes will go to Greensquare. The collection days will be on 26 March and 2 April.

Your support can come in the form of continually reminding him to keep to his commitment in bringing reusable items on those collection dates. May you continue to build strong bonds of communication during this time.


6. Staying Safe

  • Reassurance & encouragement from PM Lee - video (2000h on 12 March)
  • Social Distancing - next major line of defence. (Straits Times article)
  • “The Light” Cheering our frontline heroes with a lovely song. And wow! I chanced upon this, a song by Jacob from Fairfield Methodist Primary.
  • Here is another link that may catch the eyes of the young ones, with elements of hand washing techniques.
  • Stay Safe with Ministry of Health (MOH)’s 5M’s - Manage one’s health, Maintain clean hands, Minimise contact, Mask up when unwell, Monitor the news. (MOE FAQs)
  • Dengue clusters in Singapore. Do be careful with mosquitoes if you are near the clusters, and be familiar with precautions and the 5-step mozzie wipe out.
  • Stay safe from scams too. Straits Times article.
  • To verify the authenticity of a contact tracing call:
    • Take down the caller’s ID number
    • Call MOH’s general hotline at 63259220 and provide them the caller’s ID number
    • If the call is authentic, the contact tracing team will call you back within 30 mins to 1 hour


7. SJI Updates


8. Year 1 Catholic Matters (ALL Catholic boys please take note, everyone else is welcomed to attend)

  • Daily Morning Prayer at 0710h @ SJI Chapel. (Thu @ 0740h)
  • Lenten Reflection Booklet for reflections during this period of lent
  • Reflections on Mass readings from :
    • Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore YouTube page
    • St Mary of the Angels YouTube page


Schedule for Term 2 Week 1 - 23 to 27 Mar

  • 23 Mar (Mon) - Normal School Day *
  • 24 Mar (Tue) - Normal School Day *
  • 25 Mar (Wed) - Normal School Day * (Y1 Online result slip **)
  • 26 Mar (Thu) - Normal School Day * (Lenten Project Collection***)
  • 27 Mar (Fri) - Normal School Day *
  • 28 Mar (Sat) - Earth Hour (2030h)

* Dismissal as per time-table

** From 1500h

*** 1430h at ISH

Schedule for Term 2 Week 2 - 30 Mar to 3 Apr

  • 30 Mar (Mon) - Normal School Day *
  • 31 Mar (Tue) - Normal School Day *
  • 1 Apr (Wed) - Normal School Day *
  • 2 Apr (Thu) - Normal School Day * (Lenten Project Collection**)
  • 3 Apr (Fri) - Normal School Day * (Lit Festival***)

* Dismissal as per time-table

** 1430h at ISH

*** 1230 - 1430h


Schedule for Term 2 Week 3 - 6 to 10 Apr

  • 6 Apr (Mon) - Normal School Day *
  • 7 Apr (Tue) - Normal School Day * (Feast Of St John Baptist De La Salle)
  • 8 Apr (Wed) - Normal School Day * (168th Anniversary Parade)
  • 9 Apr (Thu) - Normal School Day * (MAUNDY THURSDAY Washing Of Feet)
  • 10 Apr (Fri) - GOOD FRIDAY Public Holiday

* Dismissal as per time-table


Wishing everyone a wonderful term ahead!


Ora et Labora,

Mr Genesius Chan

On behalf of Foundation Academy


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