AISS's Mother's Day promotion by PSG will take place this Friday, 10th May 2013, from 9 am to 1 pm in the school canteen. Various items such as D.I.Y cards, stalks of roses, broochs, shawls, etc will be on sale, prices range from $2 to $3. See you there!
We wish to congratulate the following students of AISS for their achievements in Singapore Polytechnic:
- Tay Wei Yu (Diploma in Integrated Event & Project mgt)- Awards: Alikan Live Entertainment Prize; INQ Special Events Prize; Diploma with Merit
- Lim Bing Xuan (Diploma in Electrical & Electronic Engineering) – Awards: SMRT Prize; Diploma with Merit
- Tan Yu Hui (Diploma in Applied Chemistry w Pharmaceutical Science) – Awards: Diploma in Applied Chemistry with Pharmaceutical Science (course medalist); Megachem Gold Medal; GSK Medicinal Chemistry Award; Perkin-Elmer book prize; Diploma with Merit
As AI family, we share in their moments of pride!
Please note that the school will operate on a special timetable on the stated date.
The students have been informed that the lessons for the first 8 periods will be based on Friday's timetable, followed by two periods of CCE lesson. This means that students would be dismissed earlier, at 1.35 pm, instead of 2.10 pm.
Thank you for your attention.
AISS’s 47th Achievement Day was held on Friday, 5 April 2013. This year’s theme was “Dreams Taking Flight” which signifies both the staff and school leaders’ commitment to continue to challenge ourselves towards better performance and students towards bigger academic aspirations.
Due to inclement weather during this time of the year, the parade was held in the school hall. The NCC, NPCC, Girl Guides, Scouts, SJAB cadets smartly stood at attention while waiting for the Guest of Honour, Mr Stephen Chin, Principal of St. Gabriel’s Secondary School. Upon arrival, he was escorted by our principal, Ms Chew, our vice-principals, Dr Chua and Mr Michael and the entourage team. Both Academic and CCA Awards were given out to the deserving students. The most exciting and memorable part of Achievement Day 2013 were the concert performances by the Performing Arts Groups. The Chinese Orchestra, Concert Band and the Choir truly showcased their talent on this important day. The performances were cleverly tied together to the theme of "Dreams Taking Flight" by the skits done by our very own ODDS students. They won the hearts of the audience with their adorable and believable acting. The Achievement Day came to an end with the Dance Ensemble group performing the item “Little Thoughts”.
In overall, Achievement Day 2013 was a big success.
The Sports Carnival was held on 14 March 2013 at Bedok Reservoir Park. The main objectives of the Carnival are: Promoting Physical Activities, developing class spirit and teamwork, and, providing experience for learning personal and social responsibility.
The pupils participated in the both land and water activities. Water activities involved inter-class competitions in Kayaking and Dragon-boat races. In the land activities, pupils competed in Cross-Country races round the reservoir or participated in a series of Team-Games Challenges.
All the teachers and pupils had a great day in the park playing and learning.
AISS had her Community Day on 15 March 2013! It was a day where there were intense actions, both inside and outside the school.
After an intensive 9-weeks preparation, all students and staff headed out to realise their plans. Since January, through an intensive process of Service Learning, students found out community needs, brainstormed for ideas, contacted organisations and prepared for execution.
There are classes who chose to beautify the school environment, environmental crusaders who embarked on earth-saving projects, as well as caring citizens who made it a point to contribute back to the society.
It was indeed a meaningful and fulfilling day for all AI members and we hope our beneficiaries are equally elated.
The School will be having its 47th Achievement Day on Friday, 5 Apr 2013. In conjunction with this important school event, an e-Learning Day exercise will be conducted on the same day for pupils who are not involved in this school event to stay at home and carry out self-directed learning. All Sec 1 to 5 pupils do not need to attend school on this e-Learning day except for those who are participating in the 47th Achievement Day.
Pupils are expected to login to the e-Learning website and complete all tasks on Friday, 5 Apr 2013. Access to the assigned e-Learning tasks will be locked on Sunday, 7 Apr 2013. The assigned tasks can be attempted anytime during the day.
For more details about the E-learning tasks assigned for the respective levels, please click the links provided below:
Sec 1 E-learning Task
Sec 2 E-learning Task
Sec 3 E-learning tasks
Sec 4 and 5N E-learning tasks
We would like to hear from you! If you have any feedback with regards to our E-learning day, do complete the survey that we have prepared for you.
- For parents, please click on the following link
- For students, please log on to Ask n Learn portal and do the survey named
"e-Learning Student Survey 2013."
We wish to congratulate the following former students of AISS for achieving outstanding results in the 2012 GCE ‘A’ Level Examinations:
Ong Shu Yi (IJC; attained University Ranking Points of 80 and above from a maximum of 90 RP)
Tit Bing Cheng (NYJC; attained 4 distinctions)
Phang Fu Chun (NYJC; attained 4 distinctions)
They have done AISS proud! We share in their joy as AI family!
It is once again a festive of celebration as we honour the achievement of our students and seeing
their dreams taking flight!
The details of our AISS Achievement day are as follows:
Date: 5th April 2013
Time: 5.00 pm (Guests to be seated by 4.45pm)
Guest of Honour: Mr Stephen Chin (Principal of St Gabriel’s Sec Sch)
Dress code: Smart Causal
Note: On the actual day, please sign in at the reception counter outside the General Office between
4.00 pm – 4.30 pm before you proceed to the school hall.
More than 80 Secondary Three and Four students from express, normal acad and normal tech streams spent 3 productive hours of their time in the morning and afternoon to view and experience extraordinary works of art at Art Stage Singapore Exhibition 2013 recently.
This year Art Stage boasts a huge selection of contemporary artworks from around the world. International art galleries representing various emerging and established artists were there to showcase their current works.
Prior to the exhibition, students were given worksheets to occupy and engage them during the visit. The students were enthusiastic to see imaginative sculptures and were delighted to comprehend expressive paintings. Students were seen observing the artworks with deep interest and photographing and recording the works in their journals.
The N.E.mation 7! competition has come to an end and the results are as follows
Champion - We Want to Go to USA (#NE7C08)
1st Runner Up - madeforsam (#NE7C03)
2nd Runner Up - All These Ships (#NE7C01)
Yarney Barney (#NE7C09)
AISS has emerged as the Champion of the competition!
Let's congratulate the team consist of Frances, Marcus Yeo, Xin Hui and Kar Yan in Secondary 3.
Not forgetting the teachers; Ms Carine Liauw, Mdm Irene Yong, Mrs Silia Goh and Mr Fauzi and the students' parents who have been supporting them!
Lastly, thank you for all your support in voting for team 'We want to go to USA' and making their dream come true! We appreciate all your help!
The team will be looking forward to their trip to USA Dreamworks Animation studios!
Here are the links for the publications that the students were featured in:
1. AsiaOne (republished from Straits Times online)
2. cyberPioneer (MINDEF's own news team)
For more photos click here
AISS celebrated Chinese New Year on 8 Feb (Friday). Performance by Chinese Orchestra, Dance Ensemble , ODDS, Korean dance by 4E2 and Lion dance have brought festive mood to the school.
The results of the Chinese New Year Classroom decoration were released to much cheer during the celebration.
We were honoured to invite Senior citizens from Lion’s Befrienders Association, AISS Parent Support Group and SAC members to join this special occasion.
Happy Lunar New year to everyone!
- May we take this opportunity to wish you and your family good health and peace throughout 2013!
- Below are the important school events for your attention.
- We would also appreciate if you can work with us on the following areas.
- As part of good personal grooming, it is important that your child be familiar with the school rules in this area. We trust that you will agree with us that every pupil plays a role in keeping the good image of the school.
- Good personal discipline is also important for your child to succeed in whatever he/she does in this school. Punctuality and regular attendance are core habits we emphasize and we seek your support in instilling good personal discipline in your child.
Together we can work towards bringing about a caring school and a learning community for AI!
Ms Chew Ing Lim
Ahmad Ibrahim Secondary School