June Holiday Second Activity

A brief overview of the options in which reference has been drawn from the forms.
Listed below the options is the SUGGESTED activities to be held within the activity itself. Further discussion can be brought upon in the near future after the common tests.

The first activity will be the Amazing Race and other telematch games against our juniors at Sentosa. 

Form is sent to your SST e-mails.

Activity 2:

Option A
Beach (Barbecue) Party
Where we play games and do other beach related activities on the beach. They include:
- Rollerblading
- Potluck barbecue party
- Playing with sand (bury friends, etc.
- Cycling
- Water bomb
- Volleyball
- Captain's ball
- Kite flying
- Casual Games, like truth or dare, pass the parcel, virus
- Tug of war

Option B
Picnic at some park
- Rollerblading
- Potluck picnic party
- Cycling
- Casual Games, like truth or dare, pass the parcel, virus

Option C

Option D
We follow a nature trail in some forest, following instructions and markings left along the forest to the finish line. It requires some form of physical involvement.

Option D
Option E
McDonald's Party
Most likely casual activities will be carried out during the party.

New Forum Thread

Hello fellow 209-ians, a new thread for making an "welcoming back" video for Ms Choo have just been put up in the forum page so please go down and put your comments on the forum page so as to help in creating a better video. FYI, Ms Choo will be coming back to SST on the day after Labour Day, which is may third, so we should finish the video by the end of Friday.

Regards, Niklaus Teo

Gentle Reminder-Feedback on eLearning week

Hi 209:

Please be reminded to do the survey (by 27 April, Wednesday ), which is available in the GoogleSite.
Till date, these are the students who had responded. Thank you.

Chio Jia Le


Goh Jun Hong


Gwendolyn Chee


Hardy Shein Nyein Chan


Lee Si Yuan


Lee YuChong


Naveena Menon


Niklaus Teo Kuo Sien


Preston Ngoui Yong Zhau


Rayner Tan Xue Wen


A continuation of CE lesson

Hi 209:

Some thoughts on Moral Compass:

Different people have values, beliefs and principles that guide them in their daily life.

What are your personal values?
What are your principles?
What are your most important beliefs?

[taken from Moral Intelligence (2005) by Doug Lennick and Fred Kiel]

You may wish to check out this website!


True Character is revealed by how you

behave when no one is looking.

money for english

pls bring $35 next week for the english magazines for the entire year, thx :D

Si Yuan

Announcement (8 April)

Hello S2-09,

As the previous record sheet for the Chinese marks are currently missing,  please bring for 每周学习 and 课堂 小练笔 to school next monday for the marks to be recorded on another mark sheet. Thank you very much :)

Test week

Dear S2-09,

Just a reminder, next week, or Term 2, Week 4, is packed with 2 tests

- Chinese Composition test (Not sure about Yu Xiang)
- ADMT mechanisms, electronics and sketching test

Good luck for all of them, but don't forget to rest well too!

Lee YuChong

7 April CE

Today's lesson:
Cyber Wellness

In the comments below, write a letter to yourself or someone you know who is addicted to gaming.
Explain why you are concerned about the individual addiction and how you can lend a helping hand to get him/her out of addiction.

Thanks for responses!

Thanks to the 19 of you who have taken the time to complete the survey that was sent to your SST e-mail. Your responses really matter for the future of our school.

Lee YuChong