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RGS Supports Asian Youth Games 2009

RGS is supporting the 1st Asian Youth Games Singapore 2009, to be held from 29 June to 7 July. Seven RGS students will join 83 other Singapore youths to compete against some 1000 athletes from 42 other countries in 10 different types of sports. Another seven girls are also participating...

Keeping everyone at RGS safe from H1N1 flu

RGS has adopted the MOE-recommended precautionary measures to keep everyone in school safe from the H1N1 flu. The measures involve screening of the staff, pupils and visitors to the school, cleanliness of facilities, management of small and large group events and CCAs and online lessons for pupils on Leave of...

EAS Do Their Bit For The Community

Welcoming Children from Jamiyah Children's HomeTwenty-eight executive and administrative staff (EAS) of the school, together with 12 RGS girls, hosted some 22 children from the Jamiyah Children’s Home on 2 June 2009. The children, aged between 4 and 18 years, are either orphans or come from single parent families.The morning...

The Rafflesian Promise - A good start to 2009

For the first time in the history of RGS, the entire teacher and student population observed a short but significant ceremony at morning assembly on 5 January 2009. ‚ÄčThe ceremony, meant to start the new school year formally, renews the commitment of teachers and students to excellence in educational achievements...

RI & RJC Merger: RGS Retains Independence

Raffles Girls' School will be independent of the merger of Raffles Institution and Raffles Junior College, which takes effect on 1 Jan 2009. With a 130-year history, RGS has a distinctive identity and heritage of her own, seeing her mission as nurturing the high ability girl to be a leader...

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