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GCE O-Level Release of Results Briefing Slides

2021 GCE O-Level Briefing Slides for Students

Please refer to the above link for the briefing slides.

GCE N-Level Release of Results Briefing Slides

2021 N-Level Briefing Slides for Students

Please refer to the above link for the briefing slides.

Teachers' Day Digital Appreciation Board

To minimise intermingling within and across schools, please be reminded that alumni are not allowed into school premises for visitation purposes during the Teachers’ Day period this year. 

Alumni are encouraged to send their appreciation via email at stmargaretss@moe.edu.sg or via the SMSS Digital Appreciation Board accessible at https://go.gov.sg/smtd21. You may include any photo or video to accompany your message.

Monthly Concession Pass Refund for Students during Phase 2 (Heightened Alert)

In view of Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) and full Home-Based Learning period from 19 to 28 May 2021, Transit Link Pte Ltd (TransitLink) recognises that most students would not have to take public transport during this period. As such, all students from primary to tertiary level who purchased their Monthly Concession Passes (MCP) on or before 16 May 2021 will receive an automatic pro-rated refund for the period from 19 May to 13 Jun 2021, or up to the pass expiry date, whichever is earlier. The refund amount will be based on the unused days of the pass during the valid refund period and will be made by way of a public transport electronic voucher.

Students can redeem the public transport eVoucher at any TransitLink Ticket Office (TLTO)/ Concession Card Replacement Office (CCRO)/ Add-Value Machine/ TransitLink Kiosk/ Top-up Kiosk/ Assisted Service Kiosk by crediting it to their concession card, or use it to offset the price for the next MCP purchase starting from 17 Jun to 30 Sep 2021. Please refer to the FAQ 
here. The full list of FAQs is also available on Transit Link’s website (www.transitlink.com.sg) for students' / parents’ reference.

For any queries, please contact TransitLink Hotline at 1800-2255-663 directly.

COVID-19 Vaccination Exercise for Students

As part of the national vaccination exercise, the Ministry of Health (MOH) will be rolling out vaccination to more groups, and will work with MOE to progressively cover over 400,000 students from schools and Institutes of Higher Learning (IHLs) from 1 June 2021.

All eligible students can expect to receive their invitation to sign up for their vaccination from 1 June 2021, starting with graduating cohorts at the secondary schools and Pre-University levels, in particular, students sitting for the GCE N-, O-, or A-Level examinations (or equivalent qualifications) in the second-half of 2021. These students will be the first to receive their invitations to be vaccinated so that they can have greater flexibility in scheduling their vaccination appointments in view of their upcoming national examinations.

Subsequently, over the next two weeks, similar invitations will be progressively extended to the students in Secondary 1, 2 and 3.

MOE will be hosting a webinar which aims to support parents/students with information on the vaccination exercise as well as to answer questions they may have. The panelists will comprise of a medical expert from MOH and MOE representatives. 

The details are as follows: 
Session 1: 1 June (Tue), 5pm to 6pm
Session 2: 3 June (Thu), 12pm to 1pm

Password: MOEVac

Capacity: Maximum capacity of 3000 participants per webinar; first-come-first-served basis

Please note that both sessions will be identical. Interested parents/students only to attend 1 session. Parents/students are encouraged to attend the session if they are keen. Parents will also receive the Zoom link (as shown above) via the PG message and Parent Kit.

Please refer to the press release accessible at https://go.gov.sg/stvaccine for more information. 

For more information on the vaccination exercise, please visit https://www.moe.gov.sg/faqs-covid-19-infection and https://www.vaccine.gov.sg/faq.

Attachment 3 - Infographic - What to Expect During Vaccination Day.jpg

Safe Management Measures in School and Travel Advisory

Safe Management Measures

Students are to practise good personal hygiene habits and be socially responsible. If they feel unwell, they must seek medical attention and not come to school. Students will continue to be screened for flu-like symptoms and students with such symptoms will be sent home immediately.

Ensuring Compliance with Mandatory TT-only SafeEntry

From Monday, 17 May, students will need to show their TT Token to their teachers in class during daily attendance and temperature-taking. As per our school policy, smartphone usage in class with TT App will not be accepted for this exercise. Students are to carry their tokens with them wherever they go within the school premises.

Travel Advisory and Travel Declarations

Students should continue to defer all travel overseas unless it is permissible under the prevailing MOH’s travel advisory. Travel declarations will be collected from students who intend to travel from Monday, 10 May via Parents Gateway (PG). Parents who are not onboard PG may request for a hardcopy form through the Form Teachers. The deadline to return the declarations is Friday, 21 May.  Students who are not travelling need not submit a travel declaration.

International students (ISes) who are travelling out of Singapore must apply for entry approval to return to Singapore via the Safe Travel Office (STO) online portal accessible at https://eservices.ica.gov.sg/STO. Please note that returning travellers from most countries/regions would be placed on Stay Home Notice (SHN).


Direct School Admission Exercise 2021

Direct School Admission for secondary schools (DSA-Sec) allows students to gain direct entry to certain secondary schools based on their talent in sports, CCAs and specific academic areas. Students who wish to seek admission to St. Margaret’s Secondary School may click this link for more information.

The online registration will begin from 5 May 2021 11.00am to 1 June 2021 3.00pm.


Updated Guidelines on Use of Masks and Face Shields in School

[Parent Kit] Transitioning Back to School – It’s a New Normal for Us 

With the end of the Circuit Breaker on 1 Jun 2020, we enter the phase of safe opening. 2 Jun 2020 marks the beginning of a brand new school term. This new term with new arrangements and routines will be a new normal for all of us.  

Please access the Parent Kit from MOE which will help you to understand Back to School arrangements better and how you can guide your daughter/ward to adjust back to school. We also ask for your support to keep our school and children safe, as you have done before the start of Full HBL. Pages 7 to 10 of the Parent Kit provides information on how you can do so.   

In SMSS, we are working behind the scenes to prepare our school to ensure the safety of our students so that learning can continue when school re-opens. Please look out for the June Principal’s Letter on Tuesday, 2 June. We look forward to welcoming our students back in school!

SMSS on Channel News Asia (3 May 2020)

The assessment tasks for a number of GCE O-level coursework subjects have been reduced in light of the shift to full home-based learning and adjustments to the school holidays, amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out how the drama teacher and students in our school have adapted to the changes. Refer to the CNA Website -  https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/covid-19-gce-coursework-subjects-assessment-tasks-reduced-12704934 or watch the news video clip here.

Resources on Providing Social and Emotional Support for your Children

Resources on Providing Social and Emotional Support for your Children

Journeying with our Children.pdf 

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We welcome all prospective students and parents to St. Margaret's Secondary.

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