2019 Registration will open in July 2018

2019 Registration will open in July 2018

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Congratulations to the 2017 cohort of Primary 6 students for achieving 100% passes in your PSLE.

Congratulations to the 2017 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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See the things we get up to.

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Wang Han Xiao
Wang Han Xiao

Dear fellow students, Not everyone is aiming to be the top student – neither am I. However, you need to understand your strengths and weaknesses and set an achievable goal to move towards your ambitions, regardless of where you want to go after receiving your results or which fields you are interested in. We need to think thoroughly before making any decisions. Preparatory work does play a vital role and it has to be done early. It is fine to change your mind regarding your ambition…

Announcements

Apr
19
Parent-Teacher Conference 2018

Dear Parent/Guardian, SYAS has organised the PTC for our teachers to meet, update and discuss with you  the performance and progress of your child/ward in school. Therefore, you are required to sign up for a preferred time slot to meet up with the form teacher or subject teachers of your child/ward the PTC session via AsknLearn Portal by 23 April 2018, 5pm.

Please refer to the PTC Letter dated 13 April 2018 for more information and detailed instructions for booking a preferred time slot to meet with the teachers .

Apr
6
SYAS Fundraising Project - Run For A Cause

San Yu Adventist School (SYAS) is collaborating with World Vision International Singapore (WVS) to empower underprivileged, marginalised and poverty-stricken children in Zambia, through the building of a classroom equipped with classroom furniture and sanitation facilities in Ngubo community in Musosolokwe Area Development Programme.

SYAS intends to run three fundraising projects in school to nurture our students to be caring and contributing members in society. Our students will be empowered to make a difference in the lives of the poor.

One of the three fundraising projects would be the upcoming event “RUN FOR A CAUSE” where students from Primary 5 to Secondary 4 will be involved in a 5KM marathon at East Coast Park on 23rd May 2018. The students are also given a fundraising card each to raise funds for this project.

Through this strategic partnership, both parties aim to empower vulnerable children in Zambia to learn, grow and develop in a healthy and conducive environment, setting them on the path towards a brighter future.

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