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Information Session

Find out more through an informative talk by our Principal, Mr Martin Tan on the history of St. Gabriel's Primary School and our founder, St. Louis Marie De Montfort. In the video, he highlights the school's virtues and the student outcomes of our Gabrielite 2025 - a Leader, a Sportsman, an Achiever and many of our key initiatives for our students. Our Subject Head for Student Leadership, Mr Andy Kong also clearly defines what it takes to be a Gabrielite of the future. We hope you find the video useful and that St. Gabriel's Primary School will be a choice school for your child.




Inquiry-Based Learning @ SGPS

In St. Gabriel’s Primary School, our Primary 1 to Primary 5 Gabrielites embark on Inquiry Based Learning (IBL) projects based on their level’s learning outcomes. IBL is a learning 
methodology that centers on student centricity. Fundamentally, Gabrielites take charge of their own learning. They are encouraged to explore the resources and materials through questioning and sharing of ideas. Inquiry-based learning uses different approaches to learning, including Collaborative learning, small-group discussion and guided learning. 

Gabrielites learn through constructivism, this allows them to build knowledge through exploration, construction, experience, and meaningful conversation. These provide Gabrielites with experiences which build on their interest and stimulate their curiosity about the world.

Click on the image below to read more.
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Corporate Video & School Tour

Our Vision - A Gabrielite will be God-loving, disciplined, gracious, caring and a life-long learner.
Our Mission - Shaping Lives for Service to God and Nation.
Our Motto - The Latin motto "Labor Omnia Vincit" stands for "Labour conquers all things."

Our School's Corporate Video showcases the student as the centre of focus for his well-being and development here in St. Gabriel's Primary School. We would also like to highlight our Gabrielite 2025 Outcomes - a Leader, a Sportsman and an Achiever towards realising our school's Vision, Mission and Motto.



Our doors are still open ... online! Click on the video to view our vibrant school campus from the comfort of your home!


Useful Information

Important Information for P1s

P1 Registration Phases and Timeframe
2020 P1 REGISTRATION EXERCISE (FOR ADMISSION TO P1 IN 2021)

Children born between 2 January 2014 and 1 January 2015 (both dates inclusive) can participate in the 2020 P1 Registration Exercise for admission to P1 classes in 2021. Parents of Singapore Citizen (SC)/ Singapore Permanent Resident (SPR) children may proceed to the school of choice during their eligible phase to register their child for the P1 Registration Exercise.

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Singapore Citizens (SCs) will be given absolute priority over Singapore Permanent Residents (PRs) when balloting is necessary in a specific phase.
SCs and PRs will continue to be eligible for the same phases, and all applicants will be admitted if the total number of applications in any phase does not exceed the number of vacancies. 
However, if the number of applications exceeds the number of vacancies in a specific phase, SCs will be admitted first ahead of PRs, before home-school distance is considered. 

Please refer MOE Website for more information on the 2020 P1 Registration Exercise

P1 Registration Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions (refer to MOE’s website for more FAQs)

1. Do both parents need to be present during registration
In light of the COVID-19 precautionary measures on safe distancing and ensure minimal contact among the public, parents will register their child online via MOE P1 Registration Website. There will be NO physical registration at schools. The form and user guides will be available during the registration period.

Please refer to MOE website for more details : https://beta.moe.gov.sg/primary/p1-registration/
2. What address can be used for registering my child in the P1 Registration Exercise? The address to be used is the official residential address on the parents’ NRIC. If the addresses on both parents’ NRICs are different, parents should decide on the address to be used for registration.

This address will be used to determine the home-school distance category. If the child gains priority admission under the home-school distance category, you will have to reside at the address used for registration for at least 30 months from the commencement of the P1 Registration Exercise on 1 July 2020. If this condition is subsequently not met, MOE reserves the right to transfer the child out of the school to another school.
3. What are the documents required for using the address of a new property for registering my child in the P1 Registration Exercise? You will need to provide one of these documents:
A copy of the original Sales and Purchase agreement for the private         property.
A print out of the ‘New Flat’ page from My HDBPage, if applicable.

Note: The vacant or delivery possession date of the property must be within 2 years of your child’s entry into P1. You must also move into the new property within the same time.
 4. What are the documents for using the address of a resale property for registering my child in the P1 Registration Exercise? You will need to provide one of these documents:
An exercised Option-To-Purchase and buyer's stamp duty certificate         for private resale property.
A printout of Resale Flat Status from HDB Resale Portal, if                             applicable.

Note: You must move into the registered resale property by 2 January of your child's P1 admission year.
 5. I am a tenant, but my lease does not extend for the full 30 months. Can I use the address to register my child? You should make arrangements to extend your lease accordingly, such that your child resides at the address for at least 30 months from the commencement of the P1 Registration Exercise on 1 July 2020. 

If this condition is subsequently not met, MOE reserves the right to transfer your child out of the school to another school.
 6. How can I find out the home-school distance category between my primary school of choice and my residence? Parents can check the home-school distance category from the Singapore Land Authority's (SLA) OneMap SchoolQuery Service. OneMap is an integrated online map system for all government agencies to deliver location-based services and information.
The system has been put in place by both Singapore Land Authority (SLA) and MOE to determine the home-school distance categories used in the annual Primary One (P1) Registration Exercise. MOE determines the reference point of the school for the home-school distance calculations based on the school's original layout.

To find out the distance between your school of choice and residence, please go to : https://www.onemap.sg/main/v2/schoolquerymenu
 7. Can I register my child in more than one school No. You can only register your child in one school at any particular phase. Our computer system will be able to detect duplicate registrations. You must withdraw your application in order to register at another school.
 8. When and how will I know the outcome of my child’s P1 Registration? Parents of SC/PR children will be notified of their registration outcome on the date of result announcement, through Short Messaging System (SMS) if a Singapore Mobile Number is provided.

Should you not receive your registration outcome on result announcement day, you could contact the school directly in the afternoon to check on the results.
 9. I have misplaced my child’s immunisation certificate. Where can I get a duplicate copy? Parents may download a duplicate copy of their child's immunisation certificate (using SingPass) from the National Immunisation Registry website.
 10. I have lost my report book and PSLE certificate. How can I prove that I am an ex-student for registration in Phase 2A(2) of the P1 Registration Exercise? For a parent/sibling who has studied in the primary school of choice, any official document indicating that they have studied in the primary school before, such as a school leaving certificate (PSLE Certificate) or school report book, would be sufficient to prove that they are ex-students of the school. 
 11.  • Does both parents needs to be Catholics in order for the child to be eligible for Phase 2B?







What are the additional document(s) required which we need to produce to qualify for Phase 2B if I am a Catholic?
 • As long as one parent is a baptised member of the Catholic Church in Singapore, this parent’s child falls within Phase 2B. It is not necessary for both parents to be baptised Catholics. 

The child of a baptised Catholic falls within Phase 2B even if the parent was baptised overseas if the parent now attends mass in a Catholic Church in Singapore. 

The above applies to children who are Singapore Citizens or Permanent Residents.

Baptism Certificate of one parent who is a baptised member of the Catholic Church in Singapore. 

If parent was baptised overseas and the parent now attends mass in a Catholic Church in Singapore, parent is to approach the local church, which he/she is attending for a letter to endorse that he/she is a member of the church or to approach church to endorse on the overseas Baptism Certificate of the parent.
12.
My house is more than 2km from the school which I intend to register my child. Can I still register my child at the school in the P1 Registration Exercise?
You can register your child at any school of your choice. However if there are more applications than vacancies in a specific phase and home-school distance category, balloting will be conducted. 

You will be notified of the outcome of your registration on the date of result announcement, through Short Messaging System (SMS). Should you not receive your registration outcome on the result announcement day, you could contact the school directly in the afternoon to check on the results.
13. How long do we need to stay in the address used to register our child during the P1 Registration Exercise? When the demand exceeds vacancies in a phase, priority admission will be given by citizenship (Singapore Citizen before Permanent Resident), followed by those who live nearer to the school based on home-school distance categories in this order of priority – “within 1km”, “between 1km and 2km” and lastly “more than 2km”. 

This priority given under the “within 1km” and “between 1km and 2km” distance categories (including the eligibility to be balloted within these distance categories) is given with the expectation that the family will remain at the address for the duration of the child’s primary school studies, as it is for the convenience and interest of the child. 

In a small number of cases, there may be situations where the families are unable to remain at the address for the entire duration of the primary school studies. Even so, a child who gains priority admission into a school through his/her distance category is required to reside at the address used for registration for at least 30 months from the commencement of the P1 Registration Exercise on 1 July 2020. If this condition is not met, MOE reserves the right to transfer the child to another school with vacancies, as the basis for priority admission to the first school was the declared address used for registration.
14. When is balloting required for school in the Primary One (P1) Registration Exercise?  Should the total number of applications exceed the number of vacancies for each phase in a primary school from Phase 2A(1) to 2C Supplementary, priority will be given in the order of children who are Singapore Citizens (SCs), followed by children who are Singapore Permanent Residents (PRs). 

Balloting will be conducted according to the home-school distance category, if the number of applicants within each category exceeds the number of vacancies, in the following order of priority.

1. Children living within 1 km of the school of choice.
2. Children living between 1 km and 2 km of the school of choice.
3. Children living outside 2 km of the school of choice.

MOE HQ will centrally conduct computerised balloting, when required. All registrants that are required to ballot are assured of an equal chance for admission into the school.
15. Would Primary schools be resourced with Allied Educators (Learning and Behavioural Support) (in short AED(LBS) to support students with special needs? All primary schools are resourced with AED(LBS) and Teachers Trained in Special Needs (TSNs) to support children with mild special education needs. Parents of students with special educational needs can facilitate the support process by raising their child’s needs to their teachers and collaborating with the school on support plans.

For more information, please refer to Support for Children with Special Needs webpage: https://www.moe.gov.sg/education/special-education/mainstream-schools
16. What is the Primary One Internet System (P1-IS)? Who can register for P1 using the P1-PS? The Primary One Internet System (P1-IS) is an online system for parents to register their children [Singapore Citizen (SC)/ Singapore Permanent Resident (SPR)] in primary schools during Phases 2C and 2C Supplementary.

You can use P1-IS if you meet all the following requirements: 
1. Your child is eligible for registration in Phase 2C or Phase 2C Supplementary. 
2. Your child's birth is registered in Singapore and the child holds a Singapore-issued Birth Certificate.
3. Both parents have valid SingPass with 2-Step Verification (2FA) setup.
4. Both parents are SCs or SPRs at the time of your child's birth.

In addition, single parents may register online via the P1-IS if:
only that parent's particulars are reflected in the child's Birth Certificate (BC); or
one parent is deceased.

 17. I am unable to set-up my SingPass account and/or 2-Step Verification (2FA). What should I do? For enquiries on SingPass, parents may visit the SingPass website or contact SingPass Helpdesk at 6643-0555.

In the event that parents are unable to register their child using the Primary One Internet System (P1-IS), parents should approach the school of choice with the original supporting documents to register their child.
18. How do I know that my online registration has been submitted successfully on the Primary One Internet System (PS-P1)? To complete registration online, you are required to login to Primary One Internet System (P1-IS) to submit the registration. Your online registration is considered submitted when you see the message "Your registration has been submitted." on the acknowledgement slip. 

Please ensure that the registration information on the acknowledgement slip is complete and accurate. A copy of the acknowledgement slip must be printed and retained for future reference.  If you have completed online registration without printing the acknowledgement slip, either parent can login again to the P1-IS to retrieve the acknowledgement slip.  

Have you seen the message 'Your registration has been submitted' on the acknowledgement slip after submission?
19.  • I have been granted care and control of my child. Does this mean I can solely decide on the choice of the school?

If I am separated / divorced, what do I need to produce for the registration of my child
Whether a parent is in a position to decide on his or her child’s choice of school depends on whether he or she has custody in respect of the child.

Parents with joint custody of the child
Parents who have joint custody of their child need to come to a common agreement on the choice of school to enrol their child. 

The relevant court order setting out the custody arrangements pertaining to the child will be required for registration. The parent who registers the child will be required to produce a signed Letter of Consent from the other parent. 

At the point of registration, the registering parent will also be required to sign a Letter of Undertaking* where he or she will undertake to resolve any disputes should the other parent dispute the choice of school. If the other parent subsequently disputes the child’s enrolment and the dispute cannot be resolved, the child may be removed from the existing school and enrolled in another school identified by MOE.

Parents with sole custody of the child
A parent who is granted sole custody of his or her child will be able to decide on the choice of school. The relevant court order setting out the custody arrangement will be required for registration. 

At the point of registration, the registering parent will also be required to sign a Letter of Undertaking* where he or she will undertake to resolve any disputes should the other parent dispute the choice of school.   If the other parent subsequently disputes the child’s enrolment and the dispute cannot be resolved, the child may be removed from the existing school and enrolled in another school identified by MOE.

You should approach the primary school of choice for advice on any additional documents required for registration based on your circumstances.

*In view of the current COVID-19 situation, Letter of Undertaking will be administered in the presence of a school staff after the P1 Registration Exercise.
 20. How do I obtain the Letter of Consent? You may approach the primary school of choice to obtain the Letter of Consent or download a copy from the MOE website
 21. How do I obtain the Letter of Undertaking? The Letter of Undertaking* will be available at the point of registration with your school of choice.

*In view of the current COVID-19 situation, Letter of Undertaking will be administered in the presence of a school staff after the P1 Registration Exercise.
 22.I have joint custody of my child and I am unable to obtain a consent letter from my ex-spouse. How can I register for my child?If you are in contact with your current or former spouse but are unable to come to a common agreement on the choice of school for your child, you should approach the relevant courts (Family Justice Courts or the Syariah Court) to obtain a Court Order to resolve this matter. Where a Court Order has been issued authorising a particular parent to decide on the choice of school for his or her child, MOE will process the child’s registration based on the choices made by that parent. 

If you are unable to contact your spouse or former spouse and are therefore unable to produce the Letter of Consent, you will still be required to sign a Letter of Undertaking, where you will undertake to resolve any disputes should the other parent dispute the choice of school. If the other parent subsequently disputes the child’s enrolment and the dispute cannot be resolved, the child may be removed from the existing school and enrolled in another school identified by MOE.




Montfortian Character, Citizenship and Leadership Education (MCLE) Programme
We are proud to have in place our very own MCLE Programme which infuses Social and Emotional learning through life stories of our Founder, St Louis Marie de Montfort. This programme encompasses both Character Education (CE) and Religious Education (RE) lessons, designed for non-Catholics and Catholics respectively. 
The lessons are carried out termly during MCLE periods. They cover topics based on the virtues of the term and aim to foster in our students awareness and the practice of the eight school virtues, namely, Self-discipline, Generosity, Perseverance, Sincerity, Loyalty, Orderliness, Respect and Diligence. 
Catholic students attend the Religious Education classes. Our teachers work with a team of dedicated and experienced Catechists to impart the Catholic Faith to our children. All topics are aligned with those taught in Character Education classes, but discussions would be from a Christian perspective, incorporating lessons from the life of Christ and that of the Saints. Mass is celebrated at least once a term.

School Hours
Students are advised to be in school by 7.30 a.m. As a mark of respect during our flag-raising ceremony, the school gate will be closed by the stipulated time. 
All Primary One students are to report to their classrooms on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. On Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays, they are to report to the hall. 
The flag raising ceremony will be conducted at 7.30 a.m. daily.

School Hours

Day

Reporting time

Start of School day

End of School day

Monday to Thursday

By 7.30 a.m.

7.30 a.m.

1.30 p.m.

Friday

By 7.30 a.m.

7.30 a.m.

1.00 p.m.



Recess

Recess

P1 & P5 students

P2 & P4 students

P3 & P6 students

9.00 a.m. – 9.30 a.m.

9.30 a.m. – 10.00 a.m.

10.00 a.m. – 10.30 a.m.

#Daily Short Break

11.15 a.m.

11.45 a.m.

12.15 p.m.

# short rest, snacks, drinks


Students are encouraged to pack dry food (e.g. cereal, bread and biscuits and etc.) We strongly encourage our students to choose water over sugared beverages. 

Dismissal and Pickup points
To ensure the safety and security of our students during dismissal, students taking the school bus will be allowed to board their school buses before we allow other motor vehicles into the school compound.

All P1 students will have to assemble in the school hall first and will then be taken to the various dismissal points by the teachers.

Line

Description

Pickup point

Car Line

For students whose parents drive

(Kindly put up an A4-sized label with your child’s name & class on the car dashboard as you drive in to the Foyer for easy identification.)

Foyer

Walk Line

For students walking home or taking public transport

Guardhouse

School Bus Line

For students taking the school bus

School Hall




Frequently Asked Questions

School Daily Operation
Questions Answers
Is there a Parent Support Group (PSG) in St Gabriel’s Primary School ? Yes. Parents are encouraged to be part of their child’s schooling life by being part of the PSG.

Information on the PSG is also available on the same page. Please refer to the Parent Support Group link.

What are the operating hours of the General Office? Mondays to Fridays 7.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.
When will the school gate be open in the morning and during dismissal? The school gate will be opened at 6.30 a.m. in the morning and at 1.30 p.m. during dismissal from Mondays to Thursdays and 1.00 p.m. on Fridays.

Can I enter the classroom during school hours to pick up my child if he is unwell?

Parents are not allowed to enter the classrooms or explore the school premises during school hours on your own due to security reasons. Parents are to report to the security guard post upon entry to pick up a ‘Visitor Pass’ before entering the school.

You will then need to proceed to the General Office where the staff will assist you.
How do I get information about school programmes? Once your child is registered with St. Gabriel’s Primary School, you can log on Parents Gateway to access announcements. (more information will be provided during P1 Orientation Day)

Alternatively, if you wish to find out more about upcoming programmes, you may wish to click here to access the school’s Calendar of Events.
What are the curriculum hours from Monday to Friday? Mondays to Thursdays: 7.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m.

Fridays: 7.30 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.
Services
Questions Answers
Where can parents buy the school uniform from? Shirley Season Wear

NORTHSTAR

7030 Ang Mo Kio Ave 5 #04-55 (Lift Lobby 1) Singapore 569880

Tel: 6280 4917 Fax: 62859727

H/P: 9695 4800 (Shirley Goh)

Email : getintouch@shirleyuni.com

Website : www.shirleyuni.com

Is Student Care service available in St Gabriel’s Primary School? Morning Star Services

Office Number: +65 8261 5182

Morning Star HQ: 6285-1377

SG SCC: 6284-9524

Email: studentcare@morningstar.org.sg

Morning Star Student Care @ St. Gabriel's Primary School

Is there school bus service available in St Gabriel’s Primary School? Tong Tar Transport Service Pte Ltd

Mobile Phone: 9848 9964 Fax: 6268 6620

Office Number: 6261 5537

Office: 8 Soon lee Road, Singapore 628073

Email: sgps@tongtar.com

Parents can register for bus transport online via www.tongtar.com after they have registered with the school. More information will be provided during P1 Orientation Day)

School Programmes
Questions Answers
What is PAL? Programme for Active Learning. Click here to find out more.
Can my child sign up for more than 1 CCA? At primary one, your child is still learning how to adapt to the new school setting and routines. Hence, primary one students are not encouraged to register for a CCA.
School Support
 Questions  Answers
How does the school manage bullying cases?  The school will not condone bullying. Bullying constitutes using deliberate actions / words to hurt or frighten someone else, often over a period of time, and often forcing them to do something that they do not want to do. 

The school will investigate the situation and take the students through a Modified Restorative Approach (MRP) to manage the issue. Parents of the students involved would also be notified for them to work in partnership with the school to guide/ monitor their boys. Appropriate disciplinary measures will also be meted out where necessary. 

How does the school help students who require extra support in Mathematics?

The Learning Support for Math (LSM) Programme is designed for identified students who need extra support in acquiring basic numeracy skills when they enter Primary 1. Support will be for 2 years in a small class size and covers P1 / 2 Mathematics syllabus for all students during Mathematics period during school hours. LSM focuses on building good Mathematical understanding and aims to build students’ confidence positive beliefs about their ability to do Math. Students learn through varied activities.


How does the school help students who require extra support in English?

Learning Support Programme (LSP) is an early intervention programme that aims to provide additional support to students with weak literacy and language skills. Identified students will attend a half an hour lesson daily during English lessons. The main focus of the lessons is to develop reading, spelling and comprehension skills. In addition to LSP, St Gabriel’s Primary School also offers Buddy Reading Programme which is a weekly programme that focuses on helping developing readers in Primary 1 and 2. The programme’s objectives are to increase the students' exposure to reading and build their confidence and skills in reading high frequency words.

How does the school help students who require extra support in Mother Tongue Languages?

Tamil Language


The Primary 1 and 2 Tamil Syllabus focuses mainly on the introduction of the Tamil alphabets and building of the Tamil vocabulary. The teachers take extra care to teach the nuances of the language, especially in reading and oral communication, to familiarize students with the language and to build their vocabulary. At Primary 2, students go through the in-house reading programme where they start reading graded booklets. At this stage, parents also play an active role in supporting and monitoring their son's progress.

Malay Language
Primary 1 Malay students go through the Phonetics and Reading Programme by MOE to establish the foundation for the learning of the Malay Language before embarking on the Primary 1 syllabus.

At St. Gabriel’s Primary School, there is also a reading and oral communication programme for Primary 2 to 6 Malay and Tamil students. This programme renders support to students who face challenges when communicating in their respective languages. The respective teachers give extra support in the form of reading and oral communication practices in class, with the use of ICT to minimize and close the gap in oracy.

Chinese Language
Teachers use an approach that scaffolds learning in the classroom, emphasizing on the development of the four essential language skills: Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing. Teachers tap on the “Dudu Town Reading” programme to cultivate the interest for reading. It is a self-paced, personalised learning system for the Chinese language by providing students with Chinese Story eBooks that are appropriately matched to their reading abilities. It increases students’ motivation in reading, improve their reading skills, build vocabulary and enhance the comprehension skills of the students. It encourages some self-directed learning.

Others

Questions
Answers
What is the class size for a Primary 1 class?
There is a maximum of 30 students in each class.
What are the different modes of communication with the class teachers? Parents may call the school or teacher for an appointment before they come to speak to the teacher. Parents may also e-mail their request to the teacher or send a message to the teacher via “Classdojo”.  Parents can also use the Student Diary to correspond with the teacher. 
Will there be any weighted assessments at Primary 1? At Primary 1 and 2, there will be no examinations and weighted assessments so that our students can ease into formal schooling more smoothly. Teachers will provide timely and targeted feedback to students to move the students’ learning forward.
My child is a non-Catholic but I would like him to participate in Religious Education (RE) classes. Is that possible? Yes, it is possible. Upon registration, there will be an option form to be completed for non-Catholics to opt-in to the RE programme.
My child is non-Catholic. Will he be taught religious education during character classes? Although our school is a mission school, only Catholics will attend Religious Education (RE) classes. Non-Catholics can opt in upon P1 registration. All students, Catholics and non-Catholics, go through character lessons based on the universal values (e.g. respect and diligence) of our Founder, St. Louis Marie de Montfort using his life stories.


Parent Support Group (PSG)

Parent Support Group (PSG) @ St Gabriel's Primary School
The PSG @ SGPS was established around 2008. For the past 12 years, parents @ SGPS have been playing a vital role in the school. We are important partners in enriching your child’s learning. Being involved in your child’s school sends a clear signal to your child as a form of concern for them, thus, encouraging them to adopt positive life attitudes towards learning. Communication is key and a two-way process that benefits the children, parents and the school.

The Parent Support Group is a great opportunity to foster a closer bond with our children, understanding them better. PSG@SGPS is made up of a group of dedicated parents who comes together to offer collaboration and support; playing an active and important role in being the bridge between the parents, students and the school. With the advice from the school’s advisors, PSG complements by aligning the school’s programs further improving our children’s well-being and learning. Meetings are held on a termly basis where parents come together to meet, discuss and share our collective efforts for our children at SGPS.

As a member of the PSG@SGPS, we strive to promote the spirit of community within the SGPS family. Not only does it allow you to have greater awareness of how the school is run but it also helps identify more with your child in their schooling experience. If you are keen to join us, pick up a form from the General Office or you may email your interest to sgps.psg@gmail.com.

Thank you.  

Parent Support Group Registration Form

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