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Principal's Letter May 2018

It is part of our review process to take stock at the end of each semester. Beyond academic development of our boys, we review programmes that help our Saints to acquire and demonstrate the Servant Leaders’ traits – namely the qualities of Holistic Thinkers, Skilled Communicators, Exemplary Character and Community Builders...

Teachers Nomination

Dear Parents/Guardians, Students and Teachers,

Three awards are now open to recognize our teachers who have shown exemplary effort, passion in teaching and inspiring our students and staff. Learn more about the different awards below and we invite you to nominate teachers who are eligible and deserving of these awards.

Subject Based-Banding

Every child is unique, and has different aptitudes, capabilities and talents. Our schools believe in providing a balanced education that caters to the different abilities of each child so that we can prepare him for life.

Subject-based Banding (Pri) was introduced as a refinement to the streaming process to help each child realise his potential, based on his strengths and needs.

School Homework Policy

The purpose of homework is to support the teaching in class and provide opportunities for pupils to apply the knowledge and skills learnt in the classroom. It will enable pupils to realise their responsibility for independent learning and strengthen their good study habits and skills.

Homework should also serve as a form of formative assessment to provide valuable feedback for learning.


St Andrew's Village
Home of servant leaders who bring life to the nations

Making lives, Waking hearts
To serve the coming days
Family Society Eternity
T hanksgiving
R esilience
U nity
E mpathy
W onder
I ntegrity
S elf-Discipline
E xcellence
Sexuality Education in SAJS

The school uses the Growing Years package as recommended by MOE. Only teachers trained in the package are deployed to teach the lessons. Lessons are taught during curriculum hours and are delivered through a modular...