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Dear Mr.Fam, and every of my teacher from San Yu, I am not sure that you all still have a memory of me. I am Na from sec 1-2 from 2017-2018 school year. I watched a video introducing our school on Facebook, and I miss San Yu a lot! I hope you’re doing well and I just want to say “Thank you” to every teacher and staff in the school for such a great year that I spent in San Yu. It was my first year studying abroad, and San Yu felt like home to me until now whenever I look…

 

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Announcements

Oct
2
Student’s Travel In and Out of Singapore

2 October 2020

Dear Parents/ Guardians/ Students,

Student’s Travel In and Out of Singapore

2020 is coming to an end and we understand that our students may have plans to go back to their home countries for the year-end holidays. We strongly discourage students to travel out of Singapore at the end of the year due to the volatile COVID-19 situation as they may have difficulty re-entering Singapore, which may cause a delay in starting school in 2021.

All students must declare their travel plans by 12 October 2020 via the ASKnLearn portal. If there are any changes to the travel plans after the travel declaration has been submitted, please email [email protected] to inform the school.


In the event that the student has to return back to his or her home country, please ensure that the steps mentioned in page 2 of this letter are completed to ensure a smooth return to Singapore.

Once again, stay safe and healthy. God bless.

Important Note:
1. SYAS is only able to help the student apply for an entry approval if the student holds a valid SYAS student pass or a STP-IPA letter. Secondary 4 students will have to return in Dec before their STP expires.
2. As the COVID-19 situation is continuously evolving, if a student chooses to travel, he or she will have to bear the risks of delays and disruptions if any.
3. For the latest information, please visit the school’s website (www.syas.edu.sg) or the ICA’s website (www.ica.gov.sg/covid-19/enteringsg)

Yours Faithfully,

SYAS Administration
 

Jul
28
Second Half Of Term 3 - Updates of School Programmes

28 July 2020

Second Half of Term 3 - Updates of School Programmes

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Thank you for attending the Parent-Teacher Conference via Zoom on Friday, 17 July.  We hope that

our teachers were able to address all your concerns. If there is a need to discuss any area of

concerns with our staff, please make an appointment and we will gladly attend to your child/ward’s needs.

Moreover, we would like to welcome all students back to school in the second half of Term 3.  We hope that our students have had a well-rested one-week break and are ready to continue with their studies.  We would also like to share some of the highlights scheduled for the rest of the academic year:

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Jul
21
CPE 21st Advisory: Updated requirements for travellers with recent travel history to Japan, Hong Kong and the state of Victoria, Australia

21 July 2020

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Please take note of the extract from Committee of Private education (CPE) to private educational institutes (PEIs) and student pass holders (STPs):

CPE 21st Advisory: Updated requirements for travellers with recent travel history to Japan, Hong Kong and the state of Victoria, Australia

Changes to requirements for affected travellers

1. Travellers entering Singapore after 19 July 2020, 2359 hours, who had spent their last 14 days in Victoria (Australia), Japan and Hong Kong, will be required to serve their Stay-Home Notice (SHN) at dedicated SHN facilities instead of their previously approved SHN accommodation. They will also need to undergo a COVID-19 test before they end their SHN as is the current requirement.

2. All travellers who left Singapore from 27 March 2020 despite the prevailing travel advisory, and travellers who are not Singapore Citizens or Permanent Residents (regardless of their date of departure) are required to pay for their stay at dedicated SHN facilities. This will also apply to Student’s Pass Holders (STPs).

Changes for PEI STPs

3. Entry Approval Applications from existing STPs who have travelled to affected countries/regions will not be considered: With effect from 19 July 2020, 2359 hours, entry approval applications from existing STPs from Private Education Institutions (PEIs) who had spent their last 14 days in Victoria (Australia), Japan and Hong Kong, will not be considered until further notice.

4. Previously-approved applications for STPs who have travelled to affected countries/regions: STPs who spent their last 14 days in Victoria (Australia), Japan and Hong Kong, and who had been previously approved by MOE to enter Singapore, will now need to pay S$1,500 (inclusive of GST) for their stay at dedicated SHN facilities with effect from 19 July 2020, 2359 hours, even if they were previously approved to stay at alternative lodging.

5. CPE will convey the revised PayPal links for affected STPs to PEIs by 21 July 2020, and PEIs are to ensure affected STPs have made the required payment for the dedicated SHN facility by 24 July 2020, 2359 hours. Please note that:

a. STPs who have planned flights to Singapore from 25 July 2020 will have their entry approvals rescinded and payments refunded (where applicable), if payment is not received by 24 July 2020, 2359 hours; and

b. STPs who have planned flights to Singapore before 24 July 2020, 2359 hours may continue to enter Singapore before making payment during this period on an exceptional basis. However, CPE seeks the cooperation of PEIs to ensure that STPs make the payment by 24 July 2020, 2359 hours.

Upon arrival, STP holders will serve their SHN at dedicated facilities, with dedicated transport provided to them.

At SYAS, we seek the fullest cooperation from you to keep us updated of your child/ward’s travelling plans.

SYAS Administration