Mission & Vision

 

 

Change of Second Vice-Principal in OLGC

We warmly welcome Mrs Anne Quek as our school's new second Vice-Principal.  

Mrs Quek was from Monfort Secondary School and joined the OLGC Family in Nov 2014.  


Mrs Quek took over the role from Mrs Serene Ho, who has been appointed as Vice-Principal at Casuarina Primary School.  We take this opportunity to thank Mrs Ho for her contributions to the school and wish her all the best in her new school.


2015 Parent Support Group (PSG) Tea Party

Date: 07 February 2015, Saturday

 

Time: 9am to 10.30am


Time

Programme

Venue

8.45am

Registration

 

School Foyer

9.00am to 9.15 am

Welcome Speech by Principal , Mrs Catherine Seah

 

AVA Room

9.15 am to 9.30 am

Sharing session by  PSG members

AVA Room

9.30am to 9.50am

Refreshment cum interaction time with school key personnel

 

AVA Room

9.50am to 10.30am

‘Getting to Know You’ Time

PSG Programme Highlights and Discussions

AVA Room

 

Registration closes on 31 Jan 2015.  Click here to register.

 

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 >>

 

Moo-O Awards 2014

 

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School Awards