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RGS Triple C Programme: Shoe Donation Drive

Our Year 3 students in the Triple C Programme recently ran a shoe donation drive for a non-profit organisation, Soles4Souls, in partnership with Marymount Centre's Good Shepherd Student Care. We tied-up with one of our Triple C partner schools, First Toa Payoh Primary School (FTPPS), where our student mentors provided guides...

Celebrating a group of very special people in RGS

In the unprecedented and challenging circumstances of this year, our teachers have risen to the occasion to adapt, to learn and in bringing out the best in themselves to develop daughters of a better age.   Today is a very special day for our teachers and in tribute, our students...

PEDTALKS – Expanding Teacher Conversation

In the unprecedented and challenging circumstances of this year, our teachers have risen to the occasion to adapt, to learn and in bringing out the best in themselves to develop daughters of a better age. Today is a very special day for our teachers and in tribute, our students prepared...

Year 4 Career Day

Our Year 4 Career Day focused on career paths in the Arts and Professional Services Industries. Held in a modified format this year, the Year 4 classes connected virtually with various professionals, who were mostly alumnae, in related fields. Through the speakers’ sharing and the Q & A session, our...

National Day Celebration 2020

RGS commemorated National Day on 7 August 2020 and while the programme was largely modified to take place on a virtual platform, students and their teachers were still able to celebrate together in their classes while watching the live stream of the parade segment and pre-recorded videos from our Guests-of-Honour,...

Student Leaders' Investiture 2020

Our Year 3 student leaders were invested into their new leadership roles during the annual Student Leaders' Investiture. Held via an e-platform this year on 4 August, the event also saw Guest-of-Honour, Dr Shalini Arulanandam (RGS Class of '95) sharing with our students about her experiences in the Navy and...

Racial Harmony Commemoration Week 2020

The week of commemoration was brought forward this year due to the term break, and while most of the activities took on virtual forms through classroom-based activities and discussions, together with other hands-on activities such as the ethnic food tasting co-organised by our parent volunteers from the Parents for RGS...

RGS Virtual Open House 2020

    Come join us at the RGS Virtual Open House 2020 www.rgs.edu.sg/rgsoh2020, from 16 May to 8 June 2020! The choice of school is one of the most important decisions that pupils and their parents will make at the end of their primary education. Our virtual open house hopes to...

Parents for RGS Association - 18th Annual General Meeting

(A message from RGS Principal, Ms Haslinda Zamani) A registered association since 2003, the Parents for RGS (PRGS) Association provides a strategic link between parents and the school. The strong relationship between PRGS and RGS can be seen in a host of activities and programmes in which PRGS has supported...

(CANCELLED) Singapore National Girls Mathematics Competition (SNGMC) 2020

*UPDATE AS OF 30 MARCH 2020* Please note that the Singapore National Girls Mathematics Competition (SNGMC) 2020 has been cancelled. The date for the next competition will be announced in 2021. Thank you for your interest and support! *UPDATE AS OF 21 FEBRUARY 2020* Please note that the Singapore National...

RGS Alumnae - 6th Annual General Meeting

(A message from RGS Principal, Ms Haslinda Zamani) The RGS Alumnae held its 6th AGM on Saturday, 15 February 2020. I am pleased to announce that these ladies will be assuming the following positions on the 3rd Executive Council of the RGS Alumnae: RGS Alumnae 3rd Executive Council President Ms Lee Twe...

Everyone Plays a Part in Keeping our Environment Clean and Safe

Our students and staff took part in an End-of-Term Wipe-Down Exercise this afternoon to maintain the cleanliness of the school and safeguard the well-being of everyone. We hope everyone continues to be socially responsible and practise good hygiene habits while enjoying the holidays.                    ...

A warm welcome to SMS (MTI and MOE) Mr Chee Hong Tat

Senior Minister of State (Ministry of Trade and Industry, Ministry of Education) Mr Chee Hong Tat visited our school as part of the initiative to understand how schools are responding to the COVID-19 situation. He also shared the rationale for certain decisions made and what to expect going forward. SMS...

Rafflesians Unite

An initiative by the RGS Prefectorial Board & House, students and staff penned notes of support and encouragement for the RI community (in view of the COVID-19 situation). The compiled notes in the form of scrap books and montage were presented to our brothers and sisters at RI this afternoon....

Meet and greet at RGS

On 6 March, RGS welcomed Mr Colin Schooling, Mrs May Schooling, Mr Toh Boon Yi, Mr Edward D’Silva, Dr Alexius Pereira and Mrs Shirley Bernard for a meet and greet with RGS Principal Ms Haslinda Zamani, RGS teacher Ms Tan Hai Nee, and RGS swimmer Miss Sarah Bernard (recipient of...

RGS HUSH-STEM Week 2020

RGS HUSH-STEM Week was held from 17-27 February 2020 and the organising team, made up of staff from the RGS Aesthetics Department, Humanities Department, Mathematics Department, Science Department and Talent Development team, our career guidance counsellor, Librarian, students and staff of Cogitare, House, Robotics Club and Infocomm Club came together...

IHG Opening Ceremony & Unveiling of House Banners 2020

On 24 February 2020, we unveiled our new house banners for the year, and this was live-streamed to all students in their classrooms during morning assembly. This also marks the opening of our Inter-House Games for the year. Watch the video below for highlights of the ceremony!

Total Defence Day 2020

In line with the commemoration of Total Defence Day on 14 February, a Wipe-Down Campaign was launched in all schools to promote social responsibility, national resilience and personal hygiene. Besides understanding the part that everyone can play in keeping Singapore safe, our students and staff demonstrated active citizenship by practicing...

EL Week 2020

The theme of this year’s English Week (10-14 February) centres on the power of storytelling. Storytelling has always been a way for us to understand the world we live in and gives us some important lessons as well.  Students and teachers got to immerse themselves in the world of storytelling...

Mother Tongue Fortnight 2020

In support of MOE’s efforts to promote student learning and appreciation of Mother Tongue languages and cultures, the RGS Languages Department held a wide range of cultural activities as part of Mother Tongue Fortnight from 29-31 January and 3-7 February 2020. They include song dedications during recess, a performance by...

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