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Ashleigh Ng Shi Ya and Halfia (graduated 2020) have received the 2021 Lee Kuan Yew Award for Outstanding Normal Course Students. The award, based on their GCE O-Level and N-level Examination results respectively, is presented to top Normal (Academic) and Normal (Technical) students,. This achievement is an acknowledgement of their diligence and resilience in overcoming the challenges they faced.

Congratulations, Ashleigh and Halfia!

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Track Record of Resilience

Our Secondary Four student, Tan Leyin was featured on SchoolBag for not allowing hurdles to stand in the way of her goals. She exemplifies our school's value of resilience and is a great inspiration to us all!

Head over to the link above to read more about Leyin's story!

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SSSC Sportsmanship Award

Every year, the Singapore Schools Sports Council recognises outstanding sportsmen who have exhibited great sportsmanship during the National School Games by conferring on them the SSSC Sportsmanship Award.  

We are truly honored to have 2 recipients of the award. They are : 
Ng Yu Ning Natalie from S4-5 for Badminton and Koh Tze Ting Kirstin from S4-5 for Bowling.         

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North West Community Development Council Award 2021

Our collaboration with the North West Community Development Council (CDC) aims to bless others via community outreach and environmental efforts. We are grateful that our involvement has been acknowledged with the North West CDC School Partners Award (Gold).

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North West Community Development Council's Outstanding All-Rounder Student Award 2021

We would like to congratulate Loh Xuan En of Secondary 4-3, 2020 for being awarded the North West Community Development Council's Outstanding All-Rounder Student Award 2021! 

During her time at St. Margaretโ€™s Secondary School, Xuan En  displayed exemplary maturity, confidence, resourcefulness and creativity. As the Company Leader of the Girlsโ€™ Brigade, Xuan En earned the respect of her peers and juniors through her servant leadership, generosity and care for them. She also inspired them through her active engagement in community service, showing them how the school value of being blessed to be a blessing extended beyond school activities. 

Despite her busy schedule, Xuan En continues to espouse the school motto of charity through her selfless contributions to missions and commitment to charitable causes. Her sense of responsibility, evident in her unwavering gentle mentorship and development of both her peers and juniors demonstrates her devotion in pursuing excellence in all areas of her life. Indeed, the qualities Xuan En embodies make her truly deserving of this award. 

Well done, Xuan En!


Destination Imagination 2021

Destination Imagination (DI) is a global educational nonprofit organisation dedicated to inspiring the next generation of innovators, leaders and creative problem solvers. This year, our school sent a team of Secondary 2 students to take part in the Singapore Chapterโ€™s Service Learning Challenge. The group chose to raise greater awareness on Artificial Intelligence and how our daily lives are impacted by it through an online webinar held in February. As part of the challenge, the students were also tasked to create a podcast to showcase their project and findings. 

We are proud to announce that our girls emerged as champions in the Service Challenge. Great job, girls!

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Pioneer Brigader Brooch Award 2021

This is the highest local award presented to a member of the Girlsโ€™ Brigade. Awardees are selected based on their exemplary character, leadership qualities and their contribution to society. This year, we would like to congratulate Grace Chee Yan Ting of S4-2, Low Yan Ting, Natasha of S4-2 and Ho Jia Hui Gracia of S4-5 for being conferred this esteemed award. 

National Police Cadet Corps Awards

The National Police Cadet Corps Badge, or SPF-NPCC Badge in short, is the highest award given annually to the top five percent of graduating cadets who have shown outstanding leadership and commitment to the corps during their term of service.

This year, we would like to congratulate Bhumi Gupta and Isabel Jade Huang Yen Chen of S4-3 for attaining this prestigious award. Great job, girls!

The Best Unit Cadet Award is given to the cadet who has made outstanding contributions to her schoolโ€™s unit. This year, we would like to congratulate Fay Toh Xue Qi of S4-5 for attaining this award.

Well done Fay!
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National School Games 2021 - Badminton

After several rounds of intense competition, our badminton players have done us proud by emerging 4th in the 'B' Division South Zone Badminton Championships 2021. Well done, girls! 

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National School Games 2021 - Bowling

Our bowlers rose to the challenge and won the 3rd school ranking in the 'B' Division Bowling Championships 2021. To add to the glory, one of bowlers attained the 4th ranking in the 'B' Division (Singles) and she is also ranked 9th in the  'B' Division (All Events). We thank our bowlers for their dedication and passion for the game. Great job, ladies!

Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentation 2021 - String Ensemble

Our String Ensemble showcased their talent  at this year's SYF Arts Presentation by  performing two contrasting pieces - Serenade for Strings Op. 20, Movement I by Edward Elgar and Rumanian Folk Dances, Movement V & VI by Bela Bartok.

For their stellar performance, the String Ensemble achieved the Certificate of Distinction. Well done, girls!

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Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentation 2021 - Concert Band

For this yearโ€™s SYF performance, the seniorโ€™s team from our concert band presented 'And Then The Oceans Glows', composed by Satoshi Yagisawa. The piece consisted of 3 sectional themes: "Shining Morning Ocean", "Wind Stormy Ocean" and "Large Mother Ocean." 

We are proud to announce that our Concert Band has been awarded a Certificate of Distinction for their performance. Great job, girls!

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Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentation 2021 - Indian Dance

Our Indian Dance studentsโ€™ Singapore Youth Festival submission comprised of a contemporary Indian classical piece. This joyful and exuberant performance allowed them to express how blessed they felt at being able to learn dance; as well as to showcase their devotion and dedication to the art form.

This beautiful dance piece was choreographed by their dance instructor and the studentsโ€™ many hours of rehearsal and hard work paid off when they received a well-deserved Certificate of Distinction for their performance. Well done, girls!

Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentation 2021 - Chinese Dance

Our Chinese Dance presented a dance that portrays the strength and grace of women. It is set against a dreamlike landscape of the ladies racing in the wind and dancing among the clouds. 

For this novel interpretation of the martial arts-inspired dance, the Chinese Dance Group was awarded a Certificate of Distinction in this year's Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentation. Excellent work, girls!

Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentation 2021 - Malay Dance

Our Malay Dance students presented a dance titled Fitrah Zaโ€™Rah at the Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentation 2021. This dance symbolizes the purity and innocence of youth, celebrates friendship and enhances the bonds of love among the students. They glow with grace and radiance!

We are pleased to announce that our Malay Dance was awarded a Certificate of  Distinction inthis year's SYF Arts Presentation. Well done, girls! 

12th Goodtalk (Global Village) International Children & Youth Bilingual Speech Conference

In January of this year, 5 girls from SMSS DOTS (Chinese) participated in the 12th Global Village Children & Youths Bilingual Speech Competition. At the Preliminary round of this competition, 3 of them achieved the Bronze Award while 2 of them achieved the Most Promising Speech Award. 

Well done, girls!

Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition 2020

This year's competition attracted nearly 13,000 entries on the theme: Climate Action and the Commonwealth. 130 volunteer judges, drawn from 40 different countries across the Commonwealth, assessed the entries. The final judging decision was done by an expert panel of authors, journalists and poets; which included writer Anthony Horowitz, written word poet Suli Breaks, journalist Matthew Parris, novelist Wendy Holden, award-winning author Zalika Reid-Benta; and the Commonwealth Writer's Prize winner and poet, Sia Figiel. 

We are pleased to announce that 5 of our girls won the Gold Award, 13 achieved the Silver Award and 7 students clinched the Bronze Award. Congratulations to our budding young writers for exemplifying our school values of learning continuously and taking pride in their endeavours!

National Primary and Secondary School Essay Competition 2020

We are proud to share that one of our #DOTScl girls has achieved a Merit Award for her essay for the National Primary and Secondary School Essay Competition.  ใ€Š2020ๅนด๏ผŒๆˆ‘ไปฌ็š„ๆˆ˜็–ซๆ•…ไบ‹ใ€‹ๅ…จๅ›ฝไธญๅฐๅญฆๅพๆ–‡ๅคง่ต›. 

The National Primary and Secondary School Essay Competition is co-organised by the Singapore Middle School Chinese Teachers' Association and the Committee to Promote Chinese Language Learning.

2020 NUS Geography Challenge

The National University of Singapore Geography Challenge (NUS GC) is an annual non-profit Geography-centered competition jointly organised by the NUS Department of Geography and the NUS Geographical Society. The challenge hopes to spark interest in the dynamic discipline of Geography among secondary school students. 

Our school sent four students to take part in the challenge. We are pleased to share that one girl clinched the Gold Award and two girls received Bronze Award. Well done, girls!
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Singapore Police Force - National Police Cadet Corps (SPC-NPCC) Badge 2020

This is the pinnacle award given annually to the top five percent of graduating cadets who have shown outstanding leadership and commitment to the corps during their term of service.

This year, we would like to congratulate Station Inspector from Secondary 4-5 for clinching this prestigious award. Well done!
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The North West Outstanding School Partner Award

We are proud to announce that our school has been awarded The North West Outstanding School Partner Award (Silver) for our commendable efforts in serving the community.

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Some of our students participated in the 12th International Science Youth Forum last week. They took part in dialogue sessions and master classes with Nobel Laureates and eminent scientists. In addition, they interacted with students from several other countries, including Estonia, Poland, UK, USA, Korea and Thailand. It was a fruitful and eye-opening learning experience for all.

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6 girls from SMSS DOTS (Chinese) participated in the 11th Global Village Children & Youths Bilingual Speech Competition and did well! 3 girls achieved the Silver Award in the preliminary round, and 2 girls advanced to the finals. In the finals, participants had to work with a counterpart from China to present a 3-minute bilingual speech. We are delighted to share that we achieved a Gold Award and a Silver Award in the finals!

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Our SMSS fencers competed in their individual events at the 2020 Novices Fencing Championships last weekend. It is the first time our Sec 2 fencers are competing. We are happy to share that we obtained a bronze medal in the Individual Sabre event. We were placed within the Top 8 positions in two events and in the Individual Foil event too. Looking forward to the team events in Feb!

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Singapore Schools Sports Council Colours Awards 2019

This award recognises the students' sporting achievements and display of good sporting character and values. We are pleased to announce the following:
Judo: Colours Award (Best Sportsgirl) and Colours Award (Distinction)
Fencing: 20 Colours Awards
Gymnastics: 6 Colours Awards
Ten-pin Bowling: 13 Colours Awards

Plain English Speaking Award 2019

A group of debaters participated in the Plain English Speaking Award organised by YMCA Singapore. This is a prestigious oratorical competition that tests the students' ability to speak proficiently and confidently. They have to think critically on the spot too. We are proud to announce that one of the girls was awarded the 1st Runner Up Prize in the Senior Category.

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University of New South Wales (UNSW)ย REACH Assessments

Reach Assessments are annual progression assessments which provide an external, objective benchmark of learner progress. We are pleased to share the following results:

Science: 9 Outstanding Awards
Mathematics: 10 Exemplary Awards and 71 Outstanding Awards
Writing: 6 Exemplary Awards and 12 Outstanding Awards
English:  6 Exemplary Awards and 21 Outstanding Awards

Inter-Unit Drill Competition 2019ย Organised by the National Police Cadets Corps

The drill competition is organized annually for all NPCC Units The competition aims to assess cadetsโ€™ proficiency in drills using a pre-determined set of competition criteria. It also hopes to instil the qualities of innovation and enterprise in the cadets. We are pleased to share that our NPCC unit was placed among the top 20 teams this year.

Toy Design Competition 2019

The Toy Design Competition organised by Singapore Polytechnic aims to promote design activities and design thinking among local schools. 
Secondary school participants competed by designing toys in different categories. This annual competition provides an excellent opportunity for secondary school students to unleash their creativity through designing their dream toys. om 1819 onwards, including Sir Stamford Raffles' coming to Singapore and the opening of Jewel Changi. 

We are pleased to share that our team was awarded the Commendation Prize for this competition. Well done, girls!

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Rakan Bahasa

Two of our students were appointed by the Malay Language Council Singapore as Rakan Bahasa (Friends of the Language), in other words, junior language ambassadors. This initiative by MLCS aims to encourage students who excel in the Malay Language to spread the love of the language to their peers, friends and families. The students took part in the NewsMaker competition and acted as student-docents at the Asian Civilisations Museum during the launch of Bulan Bahasa or the Malay Language Month. 

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Periyar Sayings Recital Competition 2019

A team of students took part in the competition organised by the Periyar Community Service of Singapore to create interest in the Tamil Language and to showcase students' talent. We are pleased to share that two of our students attained the 2nd and 3rd Prizes for the competition. Keep the Tamil Language alive, girls!

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Energy Innovation Challenge 2019

This competition aims to interest, excite and enable students to understand and experience the part engineering plays in energy innovation. The challenge is an annual event that provides students from Secondary Schools, Junior Colleges, Polytechnics and ITEs  the opportunity for Innovation. It also allows them to work with professional engineering and business mentors to design or invent a product. We are pleased to share that one of our teams attained a Merit Award for the Secondary School Category for their project on the Oculi Watch. Do continue to ignite your passion for the sciences!

National Schools Literature Festival 2019

A group of Literature students participated in the National Schools Literature Festival. It is the biggest literary festival for students in Singapore, and it has provided them with a powerful platform to develop their passion and love for Literature.

The Upper Secondary students participated in debates, while the Lower Secondary students participated in a choral reading competition. We are pleased to announce that the Secondary 4 team for the Unseen Debate and the Lower Secondary Choral Reading team emerged as winners for their team events. Well done, girls!

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Baden-Powell Award

The Baden-Powell Award (BPA) is an award given in recognition of a Girl Guideโ€™s leadership potential and proficiency in planning. It is the highest badge awarded by the Chief Commissioner of GGS. It represents the Guideโ€™s commitment to the Ten Guide Laws & the Guide Promise. We are pleased to announce that two Guides attained the award for the year 2018 and four Guides attained the award for the year 2019. Congratulations!

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MOE History Challenge 2019

A team of girls took part in this challenge to showcase their passion for history by taking part in a challenging test which required disciplinary thinking, in depth knowledge of the subject and applied conceptual understanding across different periods and contexts in history. We are pleased to announce that one of the girls has qualified for the MOE's History Talent Development Programme. We wish her all the best as she embarks on this journey of development.

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National Schools Games - Inter-school South Zone Basketball Championships 2019

We are pleased to announce that our 'C' Division Basketball team was placed 4th in the event. We thank the coach, the teachers in-charge and all who helped the girls to achieve this result. Well done, girls!

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National Schools Games - South Zone Inter-school Netball Championships 2019

The 'C' division netballers have done very well and we are pleased to share that they clinched the 3rd position. Great job girls!

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Chinese Language Competitions

In February, our Secondary 3 Higher Chinese Language students submitted their Chinese poems based on the theme 'Metamorphosis' for the National Poetry Competition. We are pleased to announce that they have achieved 3 Merit Awards, 2 Third Prize Awards and the First Prize was also clinched by our student! 

In April, eight of our girls from the Chinese DOTS programme took part in the Chinese Creative Writing with Photography Competition 2019 jointly organised by the Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan, Singapore Literature Society and Nan Chiau High School. We are happy to announce that one of our students clinched the First Prize in the Lower Secondary category  

In another competition in July, our Chinese DOTS girls took part in the preliminary round of the โ€œMy Story 2019 Public Speaking Competitionโ€, jointly organised by the Speak Mandarin Campaign and Noontalk Media. We are happy to share that both girls made it into the Top 6. One of the girls also clinched the Best Story Award! Congratulations, girls!

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National Schools Games - Tenpin Bowling Championshipsย 2019

Our bowlers have displayed tenacity and resilience throughout the 4-day competition. We are proud to announce that our 'C' Division girls clinchedthe Third Place in the competition. Great job, girls!

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Tamil Language Competitions

The Tamil Language Unit of the Ministry of Education organised the Budding Writers, Artistes and Poets Programme for all secondary schools and JC/CI offering Tamil Language. The programme aims to nurture in students the passion to create literary works in the Tamil Language. We are pleased to share that the girls clinched the Silver Award with 1 student winning the Budding Writer Award and 3 students, the Budding Artiste Award.

In another  Tamil Language Competition organised by the Tampines GRC IAECs, we are proud to share that one student clinched the first prize in the Oratorical Contest and Proverb Recital Category. Another student was awarded a consolation prize for the Oratorical Competition. Well done, girls!

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Girls' Brigade Awards

We are proud to announce that one of our GB girls was conferred the Pioneer Brigader Brooch, the highest award a secondary school GB girl can attain. We are also pleased to share that two of the teams were received the Bronze Awards for their participation in the Low Guat Tin Challenge 2019. Part of the Dr. Low Guat Tin Challenge 2019, โ€œCode to Serveโ€ showcased the hard work of the 120 teams who spent over 8 months attending coding workshops, innovating and designing digital solutions to improve the quality of the life of others. Well done, girls!  

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ITE IgnITE Skills Challenge 2019

We are pleased to share that 3 teams from Sec 2/7 made it to the finals in the challenge and one of the teams emerged 2nd Runner-up for the Data Visualisation Challenge. Good job girls!

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Singapore Sports School Para Games 2019

We are proud to share that one of our students emerged the champion in the Women 100 metres run. She has shown resilience and determination in finishing the race well. Congratulations!

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Tamil Language Competitions

We are pleased to share that our team won the Challenge Trophy in the Tamil Language Inter-school Competition 2019 organised by Raffles Institution. In the competition, one girl was 1st in the Oratorical Competition (Upper Secondary Category) and 2nd in the Essay Writing Competition. Another girl was 3rd in the Oratorical Competition (Lower Secondary Category). In addition, in the Drama Competition, our lower secondary students emerged champions.
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Mathematics Challenge 2019

Our Secondary Four girls did very well in the challenge organised by Ngee Ann Polytechnic. We emerged 2nd Runner-up in the competition. Our teams garnered the 2nd and 3rd positions in the Session 1 Quiz and emerged champions in Session 1A Alpha Blast. Good work, girls!

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Singapore Secondary School Debating Championships 2019

Our school debaters have done very well! They emerged Champions in Division II!. In addition, three of the debaters won accolades- they were acknowledged as the Top 16th,6th and Top Speaker of the Finals! Excellent job, girls!

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Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentation 2019

Our students have excelled in the various CCA competitions, a testament to the perseverance and hard work of our students, their teachers and coaches. We are pleased to announce that our performing arts CCAs have done very well in the Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentation 2019. To God Be The Glory!
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Global Village Children and Youth Bilingual Speech Conference 2019 - Beijing Finals

Two of our girls represented Singapore to take part in the  conference during the March holidays. We are proud to announce that they have been awarded the Global Youth Ambassador Award and Global Youth Contributor Award. Excellent job, girls!

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National School Games 2019 - Judo

We are pleased to share that our girl achieved the Third Position for B Division Girls Under 57kg Event in Judo. Great work, girl!

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Destination Imagination 2019

Congratulations to our Sec 2 team who won the Service Learning Challenge for the Middle-Level Category. Excellent results, girls!

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National School Games 2019 โ€“ Rhythmic Gymnastics

We are pleased to share that our gymnasts attained the Third Position in the 'B' Division Three Hoops Two Balls Group event at the National Schools Games. Fantastic job, girls!

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2019 Rhythmic Gymnastics National Championships

We are pleased to share that our gymnasts have achieved the 6th position for the Level 5A Ribbon Individual Event and the 5th position for the Level 6 Clubs Individual Event. Well done, girls!

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Girl Guides Competitions

During the World Thinking Day Carnival on 23 February 2019, our Secondary Two Girl Guides took charge of setting up the carnival booth for bead bracelets and henna art. The girls received the Best Carnival Booth Award! 

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National Schools Games 2019 - Fencing

We are proud to announce that our fencers were placed 4th for the B Division and 5th for the C Division. One of our fencers attained a Top 8 Position in the Epee Individual Girls'  Event. Well done, girls!

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Malay Language Competitions

A group of five students participated In the Malay Scrabble Competition, Piala Cendekia Sahibba, organised by Woodgrove Secondary School., We came in fourth in the South Zone and will be representing our school in the nationals to be held later in the year. All the best  in the coming competition. 

Another group of our students took part in the โ€œRentas Pantasโ€ Competition organised by the NTU Malay Language and Cultural Society and enjoyed the competition and interaction with the other competitors from different schools.

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Unity Scientific Innovation Challenge with SP & ERI@N USPE 2019

This national science competition taps on participants' intellectual curiosity and creativity in applying scientific principles to develop an innovative solution to various challenges. We are proud to announce that two of our teams have won awards in the competition. One team was given the Best Presentation Award, whilst the other team achieved the Most Innovative Solution Award. Excellent job, girls!

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National Schools Games Basketball 2019

Our Basketball players put up a good fight and emerged Third in the South Zone Girls 'B' Division. Great job, girls!

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National Schools Ten Pin Bowling Championship 2019

We are pleased to announce that one of the school bowlers came in Second for the Girls' Single Event. Well done!

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Red Cross Youth First Aid Championship 2019

This year our cadets achieved commendable results in the event. Our senior cadets performed exceptionally well and the team was awarded a Gold. The junior cadets gave of their best and the team was awarded a  Silver. Good job!

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Global Village Children and Youth Bilingual Speech Conference 2019

The conference aims to promote understanding and appreciation of the Chinese language and culture as well as intercultural friendship through interactive activities and games between participants from China and Singapore. The highlight of the speech conference saw participants delivering a speech titled "China in My Eyes." Participants from Singapore delivered their speeches in Mandarin, while those from China delivered theirs in English. Those who advanced to the Grand Finals had to give a combined bilingual speech with a Chinese or Singapore counterpart.

Four of our Sec 2 students took part in the conference and we are proud to announce that one of them achieved First Prize for the Singapore Station Finals. She has also won an opportunity to compete in China with other winners from Australia, UK and USA. We wish her all the best in the forthcoming competition.

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Singapore Novices Fencing Championship 2019

From 26th to 28th January, our fencers participated in the Singapore Novices Championships 2019. Despite some initial disappointments, our fencers fought on and fought well. We are pleased to announce that our fencers have achieved commendable results in the following events:

  • Foil Team Event - 1st
  • Foil Team Event - 3rd
  • Sabre Team Event - 2nd
  • Epee Team Event - 3rd 
  • Epee Individual Event - 2nd 
  • Foil Individual Event - 3rd

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