Infant School welcome guide 2019/2020 - East Campus - UWCSEA
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1 Welcome to the UWCSEA East Infant Contents School (Kindergarten 1–Grade 1) Welcome to the UWCSEA East Infant School............................. 1 We wish you a warm welcome to the UWCSEA community. All the Infant Parent involvement and School staff are looking forward to communication between home and school................................2 getting to know you and your family. Contacting/notifying the school....................................................3 The start of anything new, be it a new school or a new job, is always Starting school.................................................................................. 4 exciting but at times challenging, The school day....................................................................................5 as there is so much to learn about policies, procedures and day-to-day UWCSEA learning programme.......................................................7 routines. We want to make your start is as smooth as possible and Student health and well-being........................................................9 this booklet aims to facilitate this. If you have any questions not answered here, please do not hesitate to contact us. East Infant School contacts........................................................... 11 The following pages are a quick reference to get you started for the year. More information can also be found on our orientation website: www.uwcsea.edu.sg/east-orientation Parents are a child’s first teachers, and we firmly believe that children are most successful at school when there is a strong partnership between home and school. We look forward to developing this strong partnership with you over the next few years. You will find a list of key Infant School contacts and school departments on the last page of this booklet. Pauline Markey Primary School Principal
2 Parent involvement and communication School contacts between home and school If you have any concerns regarding your child, whether they We believe strongly in the importance of a close are academic or related to their social and emotional needs, partnership between home and school, and clear, effective the first person to talk to is your child’s class teacher. The communication facilitates this. Parents are welcome in class teachers are supported by a number of other staff school, and during the year you will be invited to come on whose roles are outlined below. trips, attend activity days and help in your child’s classroom. The next person in the support chain is the Head of Grade. We try to limit the amount of paper sent home, though If, after discussions with the class teacher and Head of Grade, occasionally we send a letter home for your attention. To you feel you would like to have further a discussion with the keep up-to-date with events, please read the weekly eBrief. Vice Principal or Principal please let us know: We encourage parents to read their child’s grade level announcements regularly (links are provided in the weekly eBrief newsletter). Communication If you need to get a message to the class teacher during the day please phone the Infant Office as teachers do not have time to check their emails during the busy school day. Tracy Jochmann Pauline Markey We try to minimise the number of emails sent home. We Primary School Primary School have a number of other avenues to provide information to Vice Principal Principal parents, however sometimes there is a need for the teacher (K1–G1) (K1–G5) or school office to send a mass email to parents in their class or grade, and it is important to ensure your email address is up to date (see below for details on how to do this online). The Infant School secretary is also happy to help you with Website login and parent portal any enquiries. Each parent is issued with a login to the parent portal via our website where you can view information tailored to your family about your child(ren). Parent logins will be issued by email prior to the start of school. Access to a number of key systems as well as daily updated notices and the online calendar are located here, including: • online medical information system (for review and updating) • contact information update system (for review and updating) Cheryll Albero • student record system (timetable, attendance records, Infant School Secretary reports and assessments) (K1–G1) • notices for parents (you can see the notices sent to students as well) UWCSEA App The UWCSEA App is available for iOS and Android devices. Search for UWCSEA and download the app to access eBrief, the calendar, notices, a campus map, your child/ren’s timetable, the staff directory and more. You will need your login details to access the app, as the information is customised to each user.
3 Updating of contact information Class parents If there is any change in contact information (i.e., phone, A ‘class parent’ is a volunteer who takes on responsibility for address or email) it is very important that parents amend organising social events for the parents and children in the the details on the parent portal. If you need to provide new class to encourage them to get to know each other outside contact details before you are issued your login, please school. They also facilitate communication between the class contact the Infant School Office. teacher and the parent body and assist the class teacher at times such as the Arts Festival when parental help is needed. Once you have your login ID, you can update any information by logging into the portal, where all relevant departments (e.g., Parents’ Association (PA) school office, clinic, Finance) will be notified by one submission. The PA provides opportunities for all parents to contribute to Once you are logged in, you are in the parent portal, look for the UWCSEA community. the Parent Resources section, and then ‘Update Family Details’. Click on the button and follow the instructions. Being involved in PA activities provides parents with an opportunity to be an active participant in their child’s school Calendar community, to keep up-to-date with happenings in the school There is an up-to-date online calendar on the school website. and provides an avenue to meet other parents and members of the school community. New parents are encouraged to The College uses Google Calendar, and, depending on the contribute as much as their time and interests allow. calendar system you use, you can import all or some of these events from Google Calendar to your own to help you keep The PA offers many opportunities for parents to become on top of what’s happening. further involved in the life of the school. These include: Workshops for parents are scheduled during Term 1 to help • coffee mornings and other networking opportunities to familiarise you with the features of the website portal and meet other parents calendars. These will be advertised in eBrief. • nationality-based social events for parents to network with other parents of the same cultural background eBrief • general events such as the Family Festival and welcome This weekly email consolidates key information into an easy- events for new parents to-read format for parents. Considered essential reading, eBrief is sent to all parents every Friday during the school To contact the PA, see details on the back page or drop by the term. It contains information for parents on the upcoming Parents’ Lounge while on campus. two weeks. You can expect the first eBrief the Friday before school commences—to help you get ready for the start of the year. It is not sent during school holidays. Parental help There are many ways that parents can help in school, and once all of the children have become settled in their new class, teachers will inform you of the days and times when they would like parental assistance. Early in the school year, parents are asked by the class teacher to indicate their availability, either as class parent or through other avenues. Parents are invited to join us for many of the special days that are held during the year, for example Uniting Nations Day, PE Learning Shares and the Arts Festivals. We value the support of our parents, as we firmly believe that educating children is a partnership between home and school.
4 Contacting/notifying the school Starting school Absence from school Uniforms Please telephone the Infant School Office if your child is The uniform policy is available on the orientation website. sick and will not be coming to school (see the back of this Students are required to wear the uniform every day. booklet for contact details). It is vital that we are informed The required items for Infant students are: immediately if your child has an illness that is infectious so we can alert other parents to be vigilant for symptoms. There are • grey culottes (girls) a number of contagious diseases that affect young children • grey shorts (girls and boys) and, in some cases, we have to declare any reported cases to • turquoise polo shirt (girls and boys) the Singapore Ministry of Health. • grey cardigan (optional but recommended for air- Travel during term time conditioned buses and classrooms) Taking children out of school during term time impacts their • socks—white, black or grey learning and we ask that parents restrict travel to school • black shoes or runners which fully enclose the feet but do holiday periods wherever possible. However, we appreciate not cover the ankles—Velcro fasteners please that there are some situations when this is unavoidable. If • school hat your child has to miss any school please inform the class • PE shirt teacher and the Principal in writing. • PE shorts While we understand that circumstances may arise where a • trainers for PE with non-marking soles child may need to miss some days of school, we are not able • cooler bag (optional) to provide schoolwork for children who will be absent due to travel. • backpack—this must be able to fit into the cubby hole • UWCSEA sun-protection swim top (optional) Temporary supervision due to both parents being absent from Singapore School hat It is a UWCSEA admission requirement that parents reside in A hat needs to be worn for all outdoor activities, including Singapore. If for any reason, for example a family emergency, play at break and lunchtime, sports, PE and excursions. If a both parents are out of Singapore we must have clear details child does not have a hat in school then they will be asked to of the adult who will act as a supervisor in their absence so play in a shaded area. Students should also consider wearing we know whom to contact in case of an emergency. sunscreen. Please complete the Nomination of a Supervisor during Shoes Temporary Parental Absence form, which is available on the Please buy black shoes, that fasten easily with Velcro if Parent Portal via the Forms button. possible as this encourages independence; shoelaces are fine if your child is able to tie them independently. The College Appointments Shop sells a selection of black school shoes for all ages. If your child needs to attend an appointment, for example with a doctor or dentist, we do ask that you try to make these Trainers in any colour with non-marking soles are required outside of school hours. If this is not possible, please inform for PE. the Infant Office and class teacher of your plans to collect Jewellery and return your child to school. For safety reasons Infant School students are not allowed to wear jewellery, apart from small pierced ear studs or if a piece of jewellery has a specific religious significance, please approach the class teacher to discuss. PE uniform Students wear their PE uniform to school on the day they have PE and can remain in the PE kit all day. You will be informed of arrangements for PE at the start of term and details of when the PE uniform is required. For the PE swimming units, there is an optional UWCSEA rash top (swim vest) available from the College Shop.
5 The school day Bags The Infant School (K1, K2, G1) day is one hour shorter than We recommend that Infant School students have a backpack the rest of the College, so they have slightly different routines that measures approximately H:40cm, W:35cm, D:14cm, for the afternoon and, of course, an earlier pick-up time. to ensure that it is large enough to accommodate all the 7.30am Earliest time that students necessary items a child needs but will still fit in their cubby can be dropped off at school hole in the classroom. IKEA has a model, ‘UPPTÄCKA’, that many of our parents purchase. 8am School starts We request that Infant School students do not have 9.40am Morning snack and play backpacks on wheels as they have proved dangerous when 11.30am Lunch and play children have to negotiate stairs—and also they do not fit into the cubby holes, meaning the classroom and pod areas 2pm Classes finish become crowded and difficult to navigate. Arriving at school Where to purchase? The Infant School day begins at 8am. Students can arrive at Uniforms can be purchased from the College Shop on campus any time after 7.30am, when supervision is available in the during orientation or on any weekday. classroom or outside play area (depending on the weather). See transport section for more information. East College Shop 8am–12pm; 12.45–4pm Leaving school Tel: 6305 5344 ext 2924 All children who use the bus service are escorted to the buses email@example.com by their Teaching Assistant. For safety, and in order to avoid congestion on the stairs and in the Infant pods, we ask that Stationery and school supplies parents or helpers who are collecting students remain in Students do not need to bring any stationery or other the waiting area on Level 1 while the bus students are being supplies to school as we provide all materials needed in escorted downstairs. Parents collecting children can proceed the classrooms including pens, pencils, rulers, books and upstairs when the stairwell has been cleared, usually by colouring pencils. 2pm. The children will be supervised in the classrooms until 2.15pm. Children who have not been collected will then be taken to wait in the Infant School Office. Please phone the Infant School Office if you are delayed. Transport to school There are a number of options for travelling to and from school each day. We understand that permanent transport arrangements may not have been finalised by the first week of school and that they can sometimes differ from what the regular routine will be. Buses If your child will travel to school by bus they will be met in the drop-off area in the bus bay and directed to the classroom or the Infant playground where they will be supervised before school starts. A member of staff will remain in the drop-off area until all the buses have arrived. Your child will be issued with a bus identification card in the first few weeks of school. It is important that it is brought to school each day. An external transport company manages the school buses, facilitated by UWCSEA’s Transport Manager. All buses are air-conditioned with seat belts and each bus has a ‘Bus Aunty’ (monitor) to look after the children while in transit. The buses serve most areas of Singapore but it is important to check with personnel in the Transport Office when signing up for a service what the likely pick up and drop off times will be (see back page for contact details).
6 Some important things to note about the bus service: Security pass and security check • all Infant School students must be met at home by a You will need your security pass to access the entry points. parent/guardian/helper, or they will be returned to the Please organise a security pass to facilitate a speedy arrival to College to be collected at the parent’s expense school if you or a helper will be bringing your child to school • students are not allowed to travel on another bus for any or collecting them regularly. Photographs for the passes are reason, so if children are having a playdate, they need to be taken during the orientation process or in the first weeks picked up by car of term. If your helper or another nominated adult will be • the bus service will pick up and drop off only to one collecting your child on a regular basis, they will also need to address; logistical requirements are such that there can be be issued with a security pass. no provision to have a regular drop off at a different address Parking • due to insurance regulations parents are not allowed to Parking is available on campus, although at peak times and travel on the school bus during events you may need to park over the road in the • students can apply for a one-way or two-way service, public car park. however preference is given to two-way applications A Bus Services Handbook as well as more information about Changes to travel arrangements the bus services, the bus rules and areas of Singapore covered If there are any changes to your child’s transport by school transport can be found on the orientation website arrangements it is very important that you email the and parent portal. class teacher, with details of the change. However, emails sent to the class teacher during the day may not be read Morning drop-off by private car immediately. If in doubt please ring the Infant School office. If you drive to school the best time to arrive is between This also applies to emergencies and last minute changes 7.40 and 7.50am. You can either park your car and escort of travel arrangements. We cannot accept ‘word of mouth’ your child to the classroom or leave them with the Teaching messages from your child. Assistant who are on duty in the car drop-off area. Toys Afternoon pick-up by car We ask that Infant School children do not bring their own At the end of the school day, students who go home by car toys to school unless asked to by their teacher, for example can be collected from their classroom from 2pm. Parents for Show and Tell. can park in the designated parking areas on campus. We ask that you do not park or leave your car in the driveway so we Birthdays can maintain a flow of traffic and everyone can depart the Birthdays are a very special event, and each class will campus quickly and safely. celebrate them in a different way. If you wish to send a treat in to school for your child to share with their classmates Please contact the Infant School Office if you are running we suggest small cupcakes for all the children in the class, late to collect your child, or you need to collect or as this is much easier to manage. Please speak to the class contact them in an emergency at other times. teacher about your plans and they will advise you accordingly, Walking and public transport especially if there are any children who have food allergies. We discourage distribution of ‘goodie bags’ and other gifts in All Infant School students must be accompanied by an adult the classroom. Please be aware that the Infant School is a to their classroom or left in the drop-off area. We cannot nut-free zone. meet children off public transport or at any of the other entrances to the school. If invitations to a birthday party are given out at school, each child in the class should receive one. Taxi directions Ensure you ask the driver to take you to UWCSEA East Money at school Campus in Tampines. As we have two campuses, it is We ask that students do not bring money to school unless important that you ask for the correct campus. the class teacher has specifically requested payment for an excursion or other purpose. All money should be placed in an envelope with the child’s name, class and what the money is for, written on the outside. Importance of labelling everything Please mark all belongings (clothes, PE kit, shoes, hats, lunch boxes, bags, etc.) with the student’s full name, so we can return them if lost.
7 UWCSEA learning programme Academics Infant School students bring home books to share and read with their parents; the number of books per week will vary Online information centre (portal) depending on their age, the developmental reading ability There is a dedicated ‘learning’ section on the parent portal of each student, and their grade. Books that come home are that provides an outline of the curriculum. Please login at ‘just right’ books that children feel confident with, and can www.uwcsea.edu.sg and then go to the ‘Academic Overview’ read without too much assistance. Very early readers may under Learning Links, and then select Infant School. Login bring home books with pictures only. details will be provided to you in July (see page 2). Grade 1 students may be asked to carry out research at home Library for a Unit of Study. Your child will visit the library once a week to select books. Reporting and assessment The number that a child can choose depends on the grade they are in. Books are normally kept for a week and once Although we have scheduled dates for parents to talk with the book has been returned a new book may be borrowed. the class teacher, appointments can be arranged at other Teachers will inform you which day your child’s class will visit times if there is an issue that needs to be discussed. the library. Reports are sent home at the end of Term 3. Parents have the Parents are also able to sign up to borrow from the library. opportunity to meet with the class teacher for conferences The library provides resources online and subscribes to in Term 1 and then again in Term 2. Specialist reports, several database and eBook platforms that are suitable for conferences and Learning Share sessions all enable parents to students and parents. keep up-to-date with their child’s progress in school. Each child also has an online Learning Journal that parents are Excursions/field trips able to access. There are many excursions that students undertake as a class within Singapore. These support the curriculum and are generally Learning Support and tuition scheduled to coincide with a Unit of Study to extend students’ There are dedicated Learning Support teachers available to knowledge and stimulate lines of inquiry. Permission will be children in the Infant School. Parents are always consulted required for each off-campus excursion. Parents are asked to before a child is referred for learning support. The majority of contribute to the cost of entry tickets where appropriate. students who receive support need short-term instruction in a small group or in-class support. Physical education Students are expected to fully participate in the Physical The school works with many outside professionals to support Education (PE) programme and this includes swimming children with specific needs. We request that any referrals to lessons. There is space in the online medical questionnaire for outside professionals are done after consultation. We also parents to inform us of their child’s swimming ability. Even request that parents advise the school if they are planning to if a child cannot swim, we expect all children to participate arrange external tuition for their child in any academic subjects. in lessons. Infant students are taught in a purpose-designed Student records learn-to-swim pool and are fully supervised. Student records are available for viewing online via the parent We believe that if a child is well enough to attend school then portal. This gives a summary of your child’s attendance, and they should be well enough to participate in PE. However, we provides access to downloadable copies of their reports, understand there are sometimes extenuating circumstances including medical reports. that will mean your child cannot participate in swimming or other PE activities, and we are understanding of these. Digital literacy Please send in a note via the Communication Book stating the Becoming digitally literate is an important aspect of a reason why your child cannot participate in PE. UWCSEA education. We strive to prepare our students to thrive in the 21st century where collaboration is vital and Home learning learning is a continual process. Infant School students are not given a set amount of time for In the Infant School, we use technology as a tool for home learning. The school day is busy, and students are often learning, embedding technology into the programme where tired when they get home. We firmly believe that parents appropriate to provide students with rich learning experiences can best help their child through practical activities at home. using various digital technologies, including iPads, iPods, These may include enjoying stories together, playing language digital microscopes and interactive whiteboards. and number games, developing language skills through conversation and including children in ordinary family Our emphasis is on students using technology to be creators activities such as shopping, cooking and laying the table. of content, rather than just consumers of content. To this end, the school provides opportunities for students to create,
8 collaborate and share with technology throughout the The Global Concerns (GC) programme at the East Campus academic year. provides students with an opportunity to learn about challenges faced by people in the region and to provide At UWCSEA, digital citizenship is also an important aspect support. of our curriculum. Learning how to be safe, respectful and responsible citizens using digital technologies enables them to In the Infant School, the GC we support is Kuma Cambodia, a reach their potential as global learners. project and school just outside of Phnom Penh run by NAPIC. We help support the Kuma students with a holistic education. Activities Throughout the year, students and their parents are invited to Infant School students can be involved in optional paid participate in many activities to offer support. Activities are activities from 2–3pm immediately after school. We believe always age-appropriate, but are designed to allow students to that young children should not be over-scheduled and need gain an understanding of the people they are assisting. time to relax and play at home after a long day at school, so we encourage parents to limit Infant students’ participation Focus days in activities. Focus days are held in response to a natural or man-made disaster, and provide our community with an avenue of There are, however, a number of activities available such reflection and response to provide support and gain a greater as art, ball skills, chess, dance, gymnastics and rhythmic understanding of what has happened. Age-appropriate gymnastics, and swimming that are open to Infant School information on what has taken place is shared with students students. These fee-based activities are run by outside on these days, and in return for wearing non-uniform (or providers. Details are advertised in eBrief. some other token of support—for example, jeans or a crazy We strongly encourage K1 students to not participate in any hair style). activities during Season 1. Personal and Social Education Sign up online The purpose of the Personal and Social Education (PSE) Sign-up for activities is done online during a designated programme is to ensure that our students are in an period, and while parents can browse the available activities, environment where they feel safe, happy and secure as well students need to use their own login to submit their as excited to learn. UWCSEA has a strong PSE programme preferences each season. Staff can also assist new students that nurtures positive relationships amongst the children. through the process. Sign-up opening and closing dates, and It is important for all students to have an open mind, show full information on how to sign up, will be posted in eBrief and respect for each other, to be ready to compromise with in the online calendar. others and to act with integrity. Every school day begins with a Morning Meeting where the class comes together to greet Service each other, share news and information. During this time, key One of the key values at UWCSEA is service, and all students social skills are learnt and developed. from K1 to Grade 12 take part in our structured Service A strong home-school relationship is also important in programme. Service is broken into three elements: ensuring that the children are happy confident learners. 1. College Please feel free to discuss any matters of concern at any time, 2. Local (Singapore-based) firstly with your class teacher. 3. Global Outdoor Education In College Service, students are involved in activities and The opportunities for learning at UWCSEA extend far action to support their peers in the classroom and around beyond the classroom as students take on experiential the school. This service is generally integrated into classroom challenges that build resilience, collaboration and leadership. routines, but also allows Infant School students the Our Outdoor Education programme offers an incremental opportunity to interact across grade levels. progression of age-appropriate experiences to students across Local Service means pairing with a Singaporean community- the K–12 curricula. based organisation and looking at ways the students can Infant School students do not have any overnight experiences support these in age-appropriate ways. At the East Campus until the Grade 1 sleepover, when students spend the night this involves a number of activities, including the annual in their classroom with their teacher and classmates towards Shoebox Appeal at Chinese New Year that involves all the end of the academic year. They however participate in day Infant School students, as well as visiting programmes—for field trips. example, inviting residents in a local nursing home to the dress rehearsals for the Arts Festival or other performances, or the regular visits made by Grade 1 to residents at the Kheng Chiu Loke (Happy Lodge) Home.
9 Student health and well-being Meals at school Health and well-being of students There are three scheduled times for students to eat: Medical care • brain food is eaten shortly after arrival to keep students The clinic is staffed by trained nurses and is fully equipped to energised after what is often an early start handle minor injuries that occur in school. If a child has been • snack taken to the College clinic and needs to go home, then one of • lunch the nurses will contact you. All Infant School students bring their own brain food to If your child has any medical condition that may require school each day. Snack and lunch can be brought from medical treatment, emergency care or that our staff home or ordered online and will then be delivered to the should be aware of, please notify us via the online medical class. There is a Food Services Handbook available on the questionnaire (see below) so we have the information parent portal with detailed information about the provisions, necessary to provide care if required. nutritional guidelines and more. Any medication should be given at home or, if it is essential For food brought from home, each meal/snack should be that it be administered during the day, then it will be packed separately in labelled containers so they can be stored administered by the nurses at the clinic. If your child shows in the classroom and accessed easily by the students. any signs of illness please do not send them to school. If they are taken ill at school we will contact you to arrange for We encourage the children to be independent. To help them them to be picked up. Please refer to the section below on achieve this, please ensure that all food brought to school is nominating alternative or emergency contacts. not too complicated to assemble or too messy to eat. Online medical forms Please note there are no facilities to re-heat food and any cutlery needed (spoon, fork) should be packed with the food There is a comprehensive online medical questionnaire that and also labelled. we require all parents to complete for each child prior to orientation. The form covers pre-existing conditions and Food is not kept in a refrigerator, but is stored safely at (air- illnesses, as well as related information for activities such as conditioned) room temperature. To help keep food warm PE—swimming ability and other conditions that may affect or cool, there is an insulated pack with UWCSEA branding their participation. available from the shop. As it can take some time for this information to be processed, Meals are eaten under the careful supervision of Teaching it is important that you also inform the class teacher of any Assistants and they encourage children to eat what has been serious allergies or health problems your child may have. sent from home. However, if a child is unable to finish, any uneaten food will be returned home so parents can monitor If there are any changes in medical information please amend their child’s food consumption at school. the online form as well as inform the class teacher. You will be able to complete the form once you receive your portal Again, please be aware that the Infant School is a nut-free login information in July. zone. Healthy eating We encourage students to eat and drink as healthily as possible and we ask for your assistance with this when sending food and drink into school. Please do not pack any sweets or other confectionery, or fizzy or caffeinated drinks. What is ‘brain food’? This is normally a piece of fruit or some dry cereal and should take no more than five minutes to eat. Drinks Water is readily available and students are encouraged to drink water frequently. We also have water fountains located around the school.
10 Food and other allergies The Infant School is a ‘Nut Free Zone’. Some children have life threatening food allergies, and in the interest of safety, we have declared the entire school nut-free. If a student has an allergy to other products, we assess the allergy in conjunction with parents and may need to request that items containing the allergen are not brought into the school by other students in that class or grade. Once we have a better idea of the requirements of each student, via the online medical questionnaire, we are able to assess the level of caution we need to adopt in each class. If we need to exclude a specific food, or other allergen item from a class we will let parents in the class know as soon as possible. If your child has a severe allergy please make sure that this is indicated on the online medical questionnaire and bring it to the class teacher’s attention as soon as possible. We also require details of the management plan to be set out for staff. There is also a support group for parents of allergy sufferers that we can put you in touch with. Emergency contacts Part of the online medical questionnaire asks parents to nominate two emergency contacts in Singapore. It is important that these are kept up-to-date. These should be people that you trust to make medical decisions for your child should the unfortunate need arise. We therefore request that you do not nominate your domestic helper. Please also note that these contacts are not necessarily the same as the nominated guardian, which we require if both parents are to be out of Singapore at the same time. This situation requires separate notification to the school by completing the Nomination of a Supervisor during Temporary Parental Absence form.
11 East Infant School contacts Reception and the school offices are open from 7.30am to 4.30pm. East Campus Reception +65 6305 5344 firstname.lastname@example.org Infant School Office +65 6305 5344 | ext 2101 email@example.com Infant School Secretary Cheryll Albero (K1–Grade1) firstname.lastname@example.org Heads of Grade To be confirmed for August 2019. Infant School leadership Pauline Markey, email@example.com Primary School Principal (K1–G5) Tracy Jochmann, firstname.lastname@example.org Primary School Vice Principal (K1–G5) School services College Clinic +65 6305 5344 | ext 2994 email@example.com Transport Office +65 6305 5344 | ext 2830 firstname.lastname@example.org Library library.uwcsea.edu.sg Parents’ Association +65 6305 5344 | ext 2080 email@example.com Online staff directory All staff contact email addresses can be found on the school website. Please look in the online staff directory for email addresses for individual staff and in the Campus Contacts section of the website for the emails and telephone numbers for departments such as Admissions and Finance. 007COM-1920
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