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A Message For Your Teachers This Teachers' Day 2020
Dear Parents and Ex-Students of YCKPS,
This year, due to COVID-19 restrictions, we are sorry to inform you that we will not be able to have any of you visiting your ex-Teachers on Teacher’s Day on 3 September 2020.
However, we do know how much you miss your teachers. As such, we welcome you to express your well-wishes and appreciation to your Teachers or all the Teachers in Yio Chu Kang Primary School.
You can send a thank you note to teacher(s) using the link below:
We will be passing on all these dedications to your Teachers. Keep them coming in! The deadline for submission will be on
12 September 2020.
For this year’s Homecoming Day 2020, we shall be cancelling the event as well in view of COVID-19.
Thank you for understanding.
Full Home-Based Learning
Please click on this link for more information on home-based learning. You can also find access to this page on the side tab.
- Choosing a Secondary School
- (P3 & P4) Middle Primary Publication - The Middle Post
- Singapore Student Learning Space (SLS)
- Travel Declaration Forms
- Students' Online Travel Declaration Form
- Online Library Catalogue
- ECG (Education & Career Guidance) Portal
- Be Safe Online
- Cyber Cafe
- 2018 Safer Internet Day
- Be A Positive Peer Influence
- Online Content - Which is Good? Which is Inappropriate?
- Protect Personal Data Online
- Application form for Direct School Admission - Secondary School (International Students only)
- Upon completion of above form, please submit it to the General Office.
- If one of your parents have a SingPass account, apply through this portal here: DSA-Sec Portal
Cyber Wellness For Students:
As responsible digital learners, it is important to practise the three Cyber Wellness principles. They are:
1. Respect self and others
2. Be safe and responsible
3. Be a positive peer influence
Do you know that some children have encountered unpleasant experiences when meeting
with cyber contacts? These strangers use different ways to trick you and to gain your trust. For example, they may pretend to be someone from school or your friend’s friend. They spend a lot of time chatting online with you to gain your trust. Be aware that there are strangers online who may want to harm you.
Here are some tips to protect yourself:
1. Ignore messages or friend requests from strangers
2. Do not send personal information to strangers online
3. Be careful and check information provided by cyber contacts
4. Do not meet up with anyone you do not know in real life
5. Block the cyber contact if any chat makes you feel uncomfortable. Inform a trusted adult.