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Edusave Character Award Nomination 2015

Dear Parents,

 

MOE has introduced a new Edusave Character Award (ECHA) to enable schools to recognise students who have demonstrate exemplary character and outstanding personal qualities through their behaviour and actions.

 

The nomination process is open to all students, staff, parents and partners(coaches, long-term vendors, etc).

 

You can download form B1 for upper primary (P4-6) and B2 for lower primary (P1-3) from the links below if you wish to nominate a child.

 
 
 
Please send your nominations in to the General Office by 31 August 2015.

CHIJ OLGC SG50 Gardening Project

 

Our Project Goal

 

Guided by our vision to produce ‘Ladies of the future endowed with knowledge to play a vital role in environmental conservation’, the staff, parents and partners of the school work closely to promote environmental awareness. Caring for the environment becomes part and parcel of every pupil from OLGC. It was timely for us to be part of Singapore Turf Club (STC) SG50 Gardening Project as it provided us the funds to rejuvenate our Science Eco Garden.  

 

Click HERE to read about our school's journey through the SG50 Gardening Project.

 

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 OLGC SG50 GardenP2 PAL Planting Prog

 

 

OLGC Green Programme 2015

The OLGC Green Program envisions our pupils to be ladies of the future endowed with knowledge to play a vital role in environmental conservation. This year, we pledge to make a concerted effort to be green in and outside school. We invite you to view the attached slides which detail our on-going school programs.

 

  OLGC_GREEN_PROGRAM_2015_.pdf 

 

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All rights reserved. No part of the report may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of CHIJ OLGC)

 

Serangoon Garden Places of Worship Trail

 

Singapore’s multicultural and multireligious society is a distinctive element of our nation — a harmonious symphony of different cultures and races embracing diversity and focusing on the commonalities that make us ‘Singaporean’. This trail, organized by CHIJ Our Lady of Good Counsel & Serangoon Garden Secondary School, showcases the places of worship at Serangoon Gardens, providing insights into the beautiful tapestry of religions and culture that make up Singapore’s population.  Click HERE  to register and for more information.

 

Sessions

Session 1: 23rd May 2015 (Saturday), 8 – 10.30 am (max 20 pax)

Session 2: 23rd May 2015 (Saturday), 9 – 11.30 am (max 20 pax)

Session 3: 15th Aug 2015 (Saturday), 8 – 10.30 am (max 20 pax)

Session 4: 15th Aug 2015 (Saturday), 9 – 11.30 am (max 20 pax)

Moo-O Awards 2015

 

 

Congratulations to the winning schools and all participants.  A Big THANK YOU to all partcipating schools, partners, sponsors and guests for your attendance and support.  Click here for event photos. See you all next year!


Results

Gold Award    : CHIJ OUR LADY QUEEN OF PEACE

Silver Award   : PAYA LEBAR METHODIST GIRLS' SCHOOL (PRI)

Bronze Award: MARYMOUNT CONVENT

Merit Award    : METHODIST GIRLS' SCHOOL (PRI)

Merit Award    : KHENG CHENG SCHOOL

C-Quest- A Mobile App Game

C-Quest is specially designed to facilitate meaningful parent-child conversations on their online experiences and explore various cyber wellness issues in order to navigate the cyber space safely and responsibly.

 

Please download the slides for an introduction to the game. 

 

Please click here for more details on MOE Cyber Wellness Website.

 

 

Avoiding Online Gaming Addiction - Schoolbag Article

Retired principal, Mrs Jenny Yeo, shares tips on how parents can help their child avoid getting addicted to online gaming.


 

Gary+ screamed and yelled at the adults who refused to open the door to the computer room. When this did not work, he grabbed a chopper and threatened to use it on them! Gary’s parents had to call the police in to restrain him. They also sought professional help for his online gaming addiction. It was a long and difficult time for the family.

 

Online gaming can be a fun recreational activity to relieve stress. However, when a child becomes addicted to online gaming, he or she tends to become restless or withdraw from family and friends when they are not getting their online ‘fix’. Other symptoms like tardy behaviour in school, isolating themselves or even neglecting their health may be observed. 

 

As parents, we need to proactively protect our children from being addicted to online gaming. Here are some tips on preventing this from happening:  CLICK HERE FOR FULL ARTICLE >>

 

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