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  • GESS Open House 2017 eBooklet

    Published date: 2017-11-17

  • Brief Overview of GESS Curriculum

    Published date: 2017-11-17

  • High 5: 20 October 2017 by Mrs Lin-Phua Hui Shi

    Published date: 2017-10-20

    Good morning Mdm Tan, Mr Lee, Mr Chung, fellow colleagues and all Gessians. On 4 October, Mrs Tay Yen Ping started our special October Take 5 and High 5 ‘Respect’ story series with her story about the angry father and the surgeon. On 6 October, Miss Beh Jing Ying shared her story about Grandfather and […]

  • Take 5: 16 October 2017 by Ms Geetha

    Published date: 2017-10-16

    Good morning Mdm Tan, Mr Lee, Mr Chung, fellow colleagues and all Gessians. On 4 October, Mrs Tay Yen Ping started our special October Take 5 and High 5 ‘Respect’ story series with her story about the angry father and the surgeon. On 6 October, Miss Beh Jing Ying shared her story about Grandfather and […]

  • Take 5: 9 October 2017 by Mr Chong Zi Yi

    Published date: 2017-10-09

    Good morning Mdm Tan, Mr Lee, Mr Chung, fellow colleagues and all Gessians. Last Wednesday, Mrs Tay Yen Ping started our special October Take 5 and High 5 ‘Respect’ story series with her story about the angry father and the surgeon. On Friday, Miss Beh Jing Ying shared her story about Grandfather and his wooden […]

  • High 5: 6 October 2017 by Miss Beh Jing Ying

    Published date: 2017-10-06

    Good morning Mdm Tan, Mr Lee, Mr Chung, fellow colleagues and all Gessians. On Wednesday, Mrs Tay Yen Ping started our special October Take 5 and High 5 ‘Respect’ story series with her story about the angry father and the surgeon. Today, I will share my story on ‘Respect’ with you. A frail old man […]

  • Take 5: 4 October 2017 by Mrs Pang Yen Ping

    Published date: 2017-10-04

    Good morning Mdm Tan, Mr Lee, Mr Chung, fellow colleagues and all Gessians. For the month of October, the school value in focus is still Respect. Respect is a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements. Respect is also about giving due regard for the feelings, wishes, […]

  • How to avoid/live with Diabetes” by PTA on 21 October 2017

    Published date: 2017-10-03

    Dear Parents/Guardians of Gessians, Health Talks on “Diabetes” Diabetes is a silent killer in Singapore. It can lead to kidney failures, blindness, amputation of limbs and even death. There is an increasing trend of people suffering from this medical condition. Diabetes will cause family to be financially burdened and emotionally unstable. This talks will provide […]

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