In preparation for Term 2
18 March 2021
1. I hope that our students are enjoying their March holidays. Thank you for working with us to ensure the success of the completion of Term 1. SYAS students have shown resilience in this “new normal” situation. Besides classroom learning, students participated actively in many engaging activities such as the orientation day camps, Chinese gospel day camp, indoor and outdoor co-curricular activities and learning journeys. We look forward to welcoming all students back on campus on Monday, 22 March, after a well-deserved break.
2. We would like to stress that safe crossing of the road between Novena Church and SYAS must be strictly adhered to. Please do not rush to cross when the traffic light is about to turn red. Pedestrians are not supposed to wait in the middle of the road. It is always better to be safe and a little late than to be involved in an accident. We urge parents and guardians to remind students on a daily basis to be alert and adopt the safety measures the road signs/signals provided.
3. On another note, we would like to reiterate that as the government slowly moves towards the use of TraceTogether app or token for access to facilities, the use of TraceTogether will eventually be enforced for entry into SYAS. Therefore, the school would like to request that students who prefer not to use or do not have access to the TraceTogether app to collect a token before the commencement of the compulsory usage of TraceTogether. All students are strongly encouraged to collect the TraceTogether tokens during the March holiday break.
For more information about TraceTogether and the collection of the token, please refer to the following government websites.
Stay safe and God bless,