• National Schools Xinyao Singing and Songwriting Competition 2019 and launch of the "Xin Kong Xia 2019" album

    National Schools Xinyao Singing and Songwriting Competition 2019 and launch of the "Xin Kong Xia 2019" album

    15 original songs composed by past student-winners from the National Schools Xinyao Singing and Songwriting Competition have been compiled and released as a special album entitled “Xin Kong Xia 2019”. The 2019 National Schools Xinyao Singing and Songwriting Competition will be open for registration from April 2019.

  • Release of the 2018 Singapore-Cambridge GCE A-Level Examination Result

    Release of the 2018 Singapore-Cambridge GCE A-Level Examination Result

    Students collected their Singapore-Cambridge GCE A-Level Results from their respective schools today. A-Level graduates who are looking to further their studies at the polytechnics can also look forward to obtaining a diploma within a shortened timeline for a greater number of courses, from Academic Year 2019.

  • Inspiring Teacher of English Award 2019

    Inspiring Teacher of English Award 2019

    Do you know an inspiring English teacher? Nominations for the Inspiring Teacher of English Award is open from 11 February to 5 April 2019.

  •  Most Inspiring Tamil Teachers’ Award 2019 nominations open today!

    Most Inspiring Tamil Teachers’ Award 2019 nominations open today!

    Nominations for the Most Inspiring Tamil Teachers’ Award 2019 starts today (19 February) and will close on 30 April 2019. The annual MITT Award aims to recognise Tamil language teachers in primary and secondary schools, junior colleges and Millennia Institute who have made significant contributions to the teaching and learning of Tamil language. Click here to find out more.

  • Guidelines for School-Home Partnership

    Guidelines for School-Home Partnership

    Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Education, Associate Professor Muhammad Faishal, will be announcing the Guidelines for School-Home Partnership at Yu Neng Primary School on 16 February 2019. The guidelines will provide greater clarity on how parents can work with schools on their children’s education journey.

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