Lee Kuan Yew Special Awards

 

 

 


St. Margaret’s Secondary School is proud to have four recipients of the MOE Special Awards this year. We congratulate our former students who have done the school proud by achieving the Lee Kuan Yew Award for All-Round Excellence Award and the Lee Kuan Yew Award for Outstanding Normal Course Awards in the GCE 'O’ Level 2014 examinations. 

 

 Name 

 Award

 Amelia Teo Chen Lyn

 

 Lee Kuan Yew Award for All-Round Excellence

 Mertice Ho Jun Yan

 Ovidia Chua Tong Tong

 Phang Jing Lin

 Lee Kuan Yew Award for Outstanding Normal Course Students

   


   

Youth Entrepreneurship (YES) Challenge 2015

 

 

The YES Challenge organised by the Singapore Polytechnic Business School aims to foster the spirit of entrepreneurship and provides a platform for secondary school students to conceive of and implement their business ideas. As one of the finalists in the competition, our students were given the opportunity to carry out their business idea. The theme of the competition Can You Sell It? saw our girls create tie-dyed canvas bags with a seed fund of $800 which they sold in school and online. Posting the highest sales in the competition, our students emerged as Champions and were awarded $1000 in cash and the YES Challenge Shield. The students have kindly donated their winnings totalling $1250 to the school. 

 


 

Online order of 173rd Speech Day photographs

 

 

The photographs of the 173rd Speech Day are now available for online order. The closing date for all orders is 4 September 2015.
 

 

Please click on this link for further details. The access to this page is for prize winners and their parents only. A password has been sent via SMS to their contact number registered with the school.

 


 

The Launch of SG50 HOME e-book

 

In conjunction with Singapore’s Golden Jubilee Celebrations, MOE has launched the SG50 HOME e-book, accessible at http://www.sg50home.sg. It is the collective effort of students from all primary and secondary schools, junior colleges/centralised institute, special education schools as well as Singapore International School (Hong Kong). An article from St. Margaret’s Secondary on the Botanic Gardens has been featured in this e-book. It is accessible at http://www.sg50home.sg/the-singapore-botanic-gardens.html.

 

 

 


 

 

North West Outstanding School Partner Award 2015

                

 

St. Margaret’s Secondary has been active in promoting bonding and social cohesion among the community through our Values In Action (VIA) programmes. The Northwest Community Development Council has acknowledged our contributions and we are proud to announce that the school has been awarded the Gold Award in the Northwest Outstanding School Partner Award 2015.