In a message sent to you via PG on 29 Mar 2020, we had shared that we would be implementing the Staggered Dismissal Times from 30 Mar onwards.
As a follow up, we are providing you with information on the dismissal times on all days. Please take note that our school follows a two week time-table schedule and that dismissal times vary for different classes as they take different subject combinations. The parents' letter for each level is hyperlinked below.
Schools will re-open for Term 2 on 23 Mar (Monday) as planned.
MOH has announced that 14-day Stay Home Notice (SHN) will be issued to returning Singapore Residents and visitors from all countries. To further protect our schools, MOE will implement additional precautionary measures by issuing a 14-day Leave of Absence (LOA) to students and staff who have been out of Singapore on or after 14 Mar. Day zero of the 14 days of the LOA will commence from the date of their return to Singapore, and affected students should keep away from schools with immediate effect, i.e. from tomorrow (20 March) until the end of the 14 days. All affected students will be supported via home-based learning. You may approach your child’s school for clarifications.
We assure parents that all schools have been thoroughly cleaned and enhanced hygiene measures are in place.
MOE will continue to monitor the situation closely.
MOE Press Release
The letter to parents regarding ICT Day 2020 held on 9 March 2020 is attached.Please remind your child to access the lesson packages in the Student Learning Space (SLS).
Thank you for partnering with PHS to grow e-Learning as a platform for teaching and Learning.
Dear Parents / Guardians
Thank you for your cooperation and positive response to the measures put in place by the school with regard to the 2019-nCoV situation.
As mentioned in the latest communication from the school to you dated 4 February, we have implemented social distancing to ensure a safer environment for our school community.
We would also like to inform you that the following activities planned for the school and individual consortium for Term 1 Week 5 to Week 10 will be cancelled or re-scheduled.
Please refer to the attachment for more details.
Mr Victor Owyong
Singapore has announced additional precautionary measures that will be put in place as a protection from the 2019-nCoV virus. The safety and wellbeing of our students is our topmost priority and PresHigh is ready to implement these additional measures starting tomorrow 5 Feb 2020.
As an example of the social-distancing measures that we will be implementing, we will be holding our morning assembly in the classrooms instead of at the Parade Square. We will also be making changes to our recess times so that students will eat at staggered time slots. We will be conducting a thorough briefing for our students tomorrow and will also be providing more details of programmes that will be cancelled or suspended.
Everyone should continue to practise good social responsibility by seeing a doctor and staying at home if one is feeling unwell.
Let us work together and be resilient. We look forward to seeing your children in school tomorrow!
Mr Victor Owyong
Under the National Registration Regulations, all Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents are required to register for their NRIC in the year the child attains the age of 15 years. Your child/ward is required to register for his NRIC in 2020. To provide greater convenience to our students, the registration exercise will be conducted in Presbyterian High School in the afternoon on 18 Feb 2020 (Tuesday).
Two weeks before the ICA mobile team visits our school, ICA will send a NOTIFICATION FOR REGISTRATION OF NRIC to all parents/guardians whose children are due for registration.
For more information on registration fees and admin documents to bring, please see the attached letter.
Thank you for your support in ensuring that your child/ward brings an ODT to school. We have been able to conduct the daily temperature taking exercise smoothly with the strong cooperation of the students. We have also been teaching your child/ward about the novel coronavirus and the good personal hygiene practices to protect himself/herself against transmission. Let us work together to role model and reinforce these good practices at home. You may wish to watch the attached GIF on how to beat the bug, and please feel free to share it.
We understand that parents may have some questions about the 2019-nCoV situation and hence would like to share the link to MOE’s FAQ that you will find helpful.
As school re-opens on 29 Jan 2020, MOE will be enhancing precautionary measures in view of the novel coronavirus situation. These include daily temperature taking and Leave of Absence for students and staff with a travel history to China. More details are in the attachment below.
Let us all play our part in keeping good personal hygiene and taking social responsibility. There may be some inconveniences as preventive steps are taken, but together we can keep our children safe while minimising disruption to learning.
From the Principal's Desk
In view of the novel coronavirus situation in Wuhan and other parts of China, we are taking precautionary measures to safeguard the well-being of your child. This includes the collection of your child/ward’s travel declarations over the Chinese New Year weekend (24 to 28 Jan 2020).
The details submitted are accessible only by authorised personnel and will facilitate health measures to be taken in the event of heightened concerns after the holidays. Please complete the attached Travel Declaration Form if you have not done so in the Parent Gateway.
Amidst the festivities, we encourage you to continue educating your child/ward to adopt good personal hygiene practices. If your child/ward is unwell, please seek immediate medical attention and ensure that he/she has recovered fully before returning to school.
Thank you for your assistance in making the school a safe and healthy environment for learning.
Dear Parents and Guardians,
attached is the letter on Sexuality Education Programme and the opt-out form for Sec 3, e-Teens programme.
You will find the opt-out forms already sent to you via the Parent Gateway
Parents and Guardians who do not have Parent Gateway accounts will be receiving a printed copy of the opt-out forms.