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Useful Links

 
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SMSS Student Learning Site  St. Margaret's Secondary School Student learning Site 
SMSS OPAC  St. Margaret's Secondary School Online Public Access Catologue for library books 
SMSS CareLink.  St. Margaret's Secondary School Care Link - Book an appointment to see Ms Cynthia Kong, our school counsellor. 
SMSS ECG CounsellorSt. Margaret's Secondary School ECG Counsellor - Students/ parents may email our school ECG counsellor, Ms Ang Hui Min, to book a session for consultation.
Email: ang_hui_min@schools.gov.sg
E-Appointment system: https://go.gov.sg/smssecg
SMSS ICT Service Hub St. Margaret's Secondary School ICT Service Hub for password reset and ICT-related matters. 
MOE - Student Learning Space The MOE learning portal for your online learning. 
MOE - Student iCONAccess to Google Dashboard using your student iCON.
MOE - Education and Career Guidance CentreYou may want to get in touch with the MOE - ECG Centre for your ECG queries. 
Email: MOE_ECG@moe.gov.sg
Telephone: 6831 1420
E-appointment system: https://go.gov.sg/moe-ecg-centre
My Skills Future Portal - Secondary  A one-stop protal that empowers you to embark on a journey on self-discovery and make informed education and career choices. 
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SAJCSt. Andrew's Junior College (affiliated to St. Margaret's School (Secondary))
School Finder - MOE Explore a list of school type, distance and location and what programmes they offer
Post Secondary Options  Information on Post-secondary Education  

The Self-Help Groups Centre (SHGs Centre) is a collaboration of the four Self-Help Groups: the Chinese Development Assistance Council (CDAC), Eurasian Association (EA), Singapore Indian Development Association (SINDA) and Yayasan MENDAKI (MENDAKI). You may wish to explore tuition support or other assistance from the respective groups

Helplines

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Samaritans of Singapore  
Samaritans of Singapore (SOS)
  • Provides 24-hour hotline (1800-221-4444) for anyone facing a crisis.
ComCare  
Ministry of Social and Family Development COMCARE
  • 1800-222-0000
  • Provides help and support for individual and families in need.
  • Assists in referrals to the Social Service Office (SSO) or Family Service Centre (FSC)
 AMP Singapore
AMP Singapore
  • 6416 3960
  • 6416 3961 (10.00am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday)
  • Provides counselling support for Malays / Muslims 
 Care CornerCare Corner (Mandarin) Singapore Ltd
  • 1800-353-5800 (10.00am to 10.00pm daily)
  • Counselling hotline manned by Mandarin-speaking trained volunteers.
 Sinda Family Service CentreSinda Family Service Centre
  • 1800-295-3333 (8.30am to 6.00pm, Monday to Friday)
  • Counselling services available
 TouchLineTouch Community Services
  • 1800-377-2252 (9.00am to 6.00pm, Monday to Friday)
  • Provides emotional support and practical advice to youth
 IMHInstitute of Mental Health (IMH) Mental Health Helpline
  • 6389 2222
  • When facing a mental health crisis, please call the helpline or seek medical help at the 24-hour Emergency Service located at IMH.
 SAMHSingapore Association of Mental Health
  • 1800-283-7019
  • Provides resources related to mental health issues
 Fei Yuee-Counselling by Fei Yue Community Services
  • e-Counselling service by trained counsellors for youths aged 13 to 25
 Cyber Wellness Community SupportCyber Wellness Community Support
  • 1800-612-3125
  • hello@help123.sg
  • One-stop platform to address cyber wellness concerns