Updates on Wuhan Coronavirus

Updates on Wuhan Coronavirus

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Congratulations to the 2018 cohort of Primary 6 students for achieving 100% passes in your PSLE.

Congratulations to the 2018 cohort of Primary 6 students for achieving 100% passes in your PSLE.

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Nov 02 Occassion - Elder Ted Wilson attends the special dedication of the newly renovated SYAS

Nov 02 Occassion - Elder Ted Wilson attends the special dedication of the newly renovated SYAS

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Nguyen Ngoc Thao Nguyen
Nguyen Ngoc Thao Nguyen

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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Listen to our alumna, Ms Karen Tok, mentioned how the nurturing teachers from San Yu Adventist School and figuring out better methods for memorizing allowed her to complete her 'O'-Levels.

Announcements

Feb
10
Message from the Principal

Dear SYAS family

Slightly more than a week has gone by since we started classes in the midst of the Novel Coronavirus situation. Although the timing of this outbreak post-CNY has been unfortunate, we were able to rally the school staff to facilitate a smooth experience for our students in accordance with advisories from the Ministry of Education (MOE) and Ministry of Health (MOH).

We are also raising greater awareness of humanity’s love towards each other by encouraging students and staff at San Yu Adventist to share a love donation, in-kind or otherwise to benefit patients/healthcare workers,etc.  It is a small but powerful gesture -- SYAS cares! 

We have decided to postpone some of our CCA activities and field trips. The following CCAs are affected: Swimming, soccer, badminton, hiking, indoor rock climbing and inline skating. 

Our hearts and minds go out to the victims as well as the heroic people who are risking their lives in combating this virus.  Please take time to listen to this Chinese song 陪你走向希望 on hope & love.

Despite the efforts to combat this virus together, many are spreading fake news and unfounded fears. Please CHECK with the right information sources such as Gov.sg  and follow the government’s directives with regards to intra- and inter-personal health and safety.  TOGETHER, we can overcome this crisis with Confidence, Competence and Compassion.

Parents or guardians with concerns can contact the respective form teachers or email the school at [email protected].

Dr Shee Soon Chiew
SYAS Principal

Jan
29
Updates on Wuhan Coronavirus

Dear Parent/Guardian,

In view of the coronavirus situation in Wuhan and other parts of China, SYAS will be stepping up our precautionary measures to enhance protection of our students and staff.

Expanded coverage for Leave of Absence (LOA)

The 14 days LOA for students and staff will be expanded to cover the following groups.

Group 1: Students and staff returning from Mainland China (as per MOE guidelines)

Group 2: Students and staff who had direct and prolonged contact with relatives or friends who visited them from Mainland China.

Group 3: Students and staff who room with someone belonging to Group 1 or 2.

The LOA will be valid for a period of 14 days, starting from the day of arrival in Singapore for Group 1 and 2. The LOA for Group 3 will be the same duration as their self-quarantined roommates.

Protective Measures

The school will be implementing the following protective measures for our returning students.

  1. Temperature screening at the point of entry for all students, staff and visitors. Temperature screening will start at 0645 daily, students who arrive before will be asked to wait outside the gate.
  2. Travel and point of contact history checks at the point of entry (30 and 31 January).
  3. Daily temperature taking in class.
  4. Teaching of personal hygiene habits and how to stay safe during this period.
  5. Daily disinfection of the entire school compound.
  6. Parents and guardians will be required to wait outside the school compound to pick up their children/wards during dismissal time.

We apologise for the inconvenience caused and solicit your fullest cooperation in order to manage this situation effectively.

Parents or guardians with special concern can contact the respective form teachers or email the school at [email protected]

Thank you for your kind understanding.

SYAS Administration

Jan
28
Leave of Absence for students who has gone back to Mainland China during Chinese New Year Holidays

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Please take note that all SYAS students who have gone back to Mainland China for CNY holidays must take a Leave of Absence (LOA) for 14 days, starting from the day after their arrival in Singapore. These students have to quarantine themselves at home and take their temperature regularly for 14 days. All students on LOA will be supported via a home-based learning plan, which will enable them to continue with their learning.

For all other students, school will resume as per usual on 30 January 2020. Parents and guardians may email the school via [email protected] if they have special concerns.

The school will also be taking additional precautions such as temperature screening and daily disinfection of the compound. Please remind your child/ward to bring a digital thermometer to school everyday. If he/she is not feeling well, take him/her to consult a doctor.

For more information, you may refer to the MOH website.