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September Memo

Empowering our students to lead and impact the community; and be ready for the future means creating opportunities for all. As part of the broader shift in the education system beyond academic results, we would be phasing in changes to school hours and student allocation from 2018. A detailed writeup on these changes is appended to this memo. We would also be engaging parents to communicate these changes in due course.

Home-Based Learning Information

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Parents' Workshop: Parenting in the Digital Age

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August Memo

We held our 90th Anniversary Gala Dinner on 30 Jun and it was heartwarming to see some 800 guests - the past and present generations of KCS, coming together in a celebration of heritage and success. The month of July also whizzed by with Hari Raya Puasa celebrations, Cyber Wellness Week, Kindness Movement Week and Racial Harmony Day.

Mother Tongue Languages (MTL) Symposium 2017

Come join in the fun and excitement at the 6th Mother Tongue Languages (MTL) Symposium. It will showcase interesting and creative ways to encourage children to learn and love MTL. Registration for the sharing sessions and workshops is open. Visit www.mtls.com.sg to register now!

July Memo

We hope that the June holidays provided a good break for all in the family. We are also glad to welcome new staff and students into the KCS family who have joined us this term! The month of July will also see eager parents registering their child for 2018 Primary 1 Registration.

June Memo

As the saying goes, it takes a village to raise a child. Kheng Cheng is an aided school, started and raised by the community. Our journey would not have been possible if not for the support and contributions of all our stakeholders. As we round up a semester of hard work, we would like to thank you for your strong support and partnership. Let us make time for our family and one another during the holidays. The little things do matter!