Junior School welcome guide 2020/2021 - Dover Campus
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1 Welcome to the UWCSEA Dover Contents Junior School (Grades 2–5) Welcome to the UWCSEA Dover Junior School....................... 1 It is my great pleasure to welcome you and your family to the Junior School contacts and supporting your child............................... 2 School at the Dover Campus at Contacting/notifying the school.................................................. 3 UWCSEA. Website and communications....................................................... 3 As teachers, we are incredibly fortunate in this school to have the School day......................................................................................... 5 opportunity to engage with such a Transport to school......................................................................... 5 diverse group of wonderful children, Uniform.............................................................................................. 6 whose parents are so completely committed to supporting their Meals at school................................................................................. 7 endeavours and ours. Whatever Health and well-being of students............................................... 7 reputation we enjoy as a school, it has been earned for us by our community, working together to achieve a broad-based, Curriculum information.................................................................. 8 holistic education for the children in our care. As Principal of Parental involvement...................................................................... 10 Primary School, it is an honour to take on the responsibility of ensuring that the College’s mission, vision and values are at Important dates for the start of Term 1...................................... 10 the forefront of all we do in the Junior School section. Dover Junior School contacts........................................................ 11 Junior School provides that all-important bridge between the uninhibited curiosity of Infants and the confident striding out of Middle and High School. For the first time, our students are challenged by overseas expeditions in the Outdoor Education element of our programme and a staggering variety of Activities and Service opportunities are offered. We encourage and cajole them into a breadth of varied experiences, so that as they progress in the school, they may discover that ‘grand passion’ that they take with them into adulthood perhaps. It is a truly exciting and crucial stage in their school careers and we aim, in partnership with parents, to make it a successful one for every individual. The Junior School day runs from 8am to 3pm but formal lessons end at 2.45pm to allow students time to prepare for activities which begin at 3pm. Most after-school activities finish at 4.20pm. Our students are given access to more specialist subjects than in Infant School, including a greater choice of languages, increased Physical Education and specialist Art lessons for the first time. These changes are important and help our students to approach Middle School, which in turn amends the architecture of their day to prepare them for the independence and self-regulated learning required in High School. We are very much looking forward to welcoming your family to UWCSEA. Kind regards, Brian Ó Maoileoin Primary School Principal
2 School contacts and supporting your child Reception and the school offices are open from 7.45am to Personal and Social Education (PSE) programme 4.30pm. The role of the Vice Principals in the Junior School is to ensure There is a comprehensive staff directory on the website, and that our students are in an environment where they feel safe, the key contact details for Junior School are on the last page happy and secure as well as excited to learn. Along with the of this booklet. However, some of the key contacts are below. other curriculum leaders in Primary School and across the College, the Vice Principals ensure that the curriculum the There are three secretaries in the Junior School Office: students experience is challenging, differentiated and holistic, and that there is a seamless articulation from Primary School into Middle School and beyond. UWCSEA has a strong programme that nurtures positive relationships amongst the children. In this school we are always our best selves by ensuring: We keep ourselves and each other SAFE. Louisa Paulo Nurashikin Ishak Suria Hussain We are BRAVE when faced with challenges. We show RESPECT for ourselves, each other and the environment. If you have any concerns regarding your child, whether they are academic or related to their social and emotional needs, We are KINDER than necessary. the first person to talk to is your child’s class teacher. The We have FUN together. class teachers are supported by a number of other staff whose roles are outlined below. The next person in the A strong home-school relationship is crucial in ensuring that support chain is the Head of Grade: the children are happy, confident learners. Please feel free to discuss any matters of concern at any time. Rhys Vosper Leah Daniels Scott Ziemer Hugh Pollard Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4 Grade 5 If, after discussions with the class teacher and Head of Grade, you feel you would like to have further a discussion with one of the Vice Principals, please let us know: Allison Ziemer Erin Belliveau Vice Principal Vice Principal
3 Contacting/notifying the school Website and communications Absence We believe strongly in the importance of a close partnership Students between home and school and clear, effective communication facilitates this. Parents are welcome in the school, and during Please telephone the school office if your child is sick and the year you will be invited to come on trips, attend activity will not be coming to school. It is vital that we are informed days and help in your child’s classroom. immediately if your child has an illness that is infectious so we can alert other parents to be vigilant for symptoms. We try to limit the amount of paper sent home, though occasionally we send a letter home for your attention. To Travel in term time keep up-to-date with events please read eBrief, look daily at Taking children out of school during term time is detrimental your child’s student planner and keep an eye on the online to their learning. However, we appreciate that there are some notices and calendar. situations when this is unavoidable. If your child has to miss any school, please inform the class teacher and the Principal Workshops for parents are offered to help familiarise you in writing. with the features of the website. We ask that parents restrict travel to school holiday periods Student planner wherever possible. While we understand that circumstances Each child is given a planner, which they bring home each day. may arise where a child may need to miss some days of This is used for you to write messages to the class teacher and school, we are not able to provide school work for children for the teacher to communicate with you. Students also use who will be absent due to travel. the planner to make notes about their homework and other Temporary supervision notification – reminders. absence of both parents from Singapore Please check your child’s planner daily for messages and It is a UWCSEA requirement that parents of all day students information from school. are resident in Singapore. If for any reason, for example Please date all messages and sign when you have read any a family emergency, both parents are out of Singapore, messages sent by the class teacher. we must have clear details of the adult who will act as a supervisor in their absence so we know whom to contact in If you need to get a message to the class teacher during the day, case of an emergency. please phone the Junior School Office as teachers do not always have time to check their emails during the busy school day. The Nomination of a Supervisor during Temporary Parental Absence form must be filled out prior to the parents’ absence. This Grade blogs form can be found on the Parent Portal of the school website. The Heads of Grade maintain a blog for each grade. There is a Appointments link provided each week in the eBrief, and also on the website portal (see below). If your child needs to attend an appointment, for example with a doctor or dentist, we ask that you try to make these Seesaw Learning Journal after school hours. If this is not possible, please inform the and Class Announcements school office and class teacher of your plans to collect your Seesaw is an online learning platform that is used by teachers child and return him or her to school. Please arrange for your and students from Kindergarten to Grade 5. Students post child to wait for you in the Primary School office and at no work they have done in class and it is shared digitally with other location please. parents providing a glimpse into the classroom activities. Teachers will also share classroom specific information, such as homework and reminders, through the Seesaw announcements feature. Early in the year, parents will be guided through the process of joining the Seesaw account in order to have access to their child’s work and the classroom information. Student records Student records are available for viewing online via the portal. This gives a summary of your child’s attendance and provides access to downloadable copies of their reports, including medical reports.
4 Website portal Online calendar The website is a rich resource and has portals dedicated to There is an up-to-date online calendar on the school website. providing information on the College and the Junior School. There is also a printable academic year calendar listing term Each parent is issued with a login to the parent portal via dates and public holidays. our website where you can view information tailored to your The College uses Google Calendar, and, depending on the family and about your child/ren. Access to a number of key calendar system you use, you can import all or some of these systems as well as daily updated notices are located here, events from Google Calendar to your own to help you keep including: on top of what’s happening. If setting this up in advance, • online medical information system (for review and please make sure you include the Junior School, Dover updating) Campus and UWCSEA/College calendars—you can also • contact information update system (for review and include other school sections and the PA calendar. updating) • student record system (timetable, attendance records, reports and assessments) • notices for parents (you can see the notices sent to students as well) Parents and students are all issued with individual logins; parents have theirs emailed to them prior to the start of the school year; students are provided their logins during their first week of school. Updating your contact information If there is any change in contact information (i.e., phone, address or email), it is very important that parents amend the details the school holds on file. This can be done by logging in to the portal. We use the latest data recorded here for every communication sent by individual departments. eBrief This weekly email consolidates key information into an easy- to-read format for parents. Considered essential reading, eBrief is sent to all parents every Friday during the school term. It contains information for parents on the upcoming 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. If you do not receive eBrief, please contact Junior School office. UWCSEA App The UWCSEA App is available for iOS and Android devices via the app stores. Search for UWCSEA and download the app to access eBrief, the calendar, notices, a campus map, your child(ren)’s timetable (including their activities for each day), the staff directory and more. You will need your login details to access the App, as the information is customised to each user.
5 School day Transport to school The school day is designed so that all students have breaks at The following describes our normal routines when there the same time, allowing us to plan whole-school events more are no government restrictions. We will send more detailed easily: guidelines at the start of school when we know what we are permitted to do. 7.30am the earliest time students can be dropped at school There are a number of options for travelling to and from school each day. 8.00am start of school (students can enter classrooms from 7.50am) Buses 9.50am morning break (20 minutes) Transport forms to arrange the bus service were contained 11.30am lunch (1 hour) in the letter of offer information packet sent by Admissions. Although every request is processed at the earliest possible 2.45pm students finish formal lessons date, bus boarding forms submitted less than two weeks prior 3.05pm activities (these are optional; see below) to the start of school (or required start of bus service) may not be able to be accommodated for the preferred start date. 4.20pm end of activities The Campus Transport Manager coordinates the services Students are asked to leave school at the end of the school and facilitates communications; however a third party is day unless they are staying back for activities (see below). contracted to supply bus transport for students. Students who need to stay back for an activity which All buses are air-conditioned with seat belts fitted and each begins at 4.30pm must report to the library and stay bus has an assistant to look after the children while in transit. there until the library closes at 4.15pm. Students then Some important things to note about the bus service: proceed to their activity. • Junior School students are dropped at their designated Once you have been sent your login details, you can access drop-off point even if nobody is waiting to meet them. It is and print your child’s full timetable via the Student Record essential that the students are clear about what to do when System, using the parent portal (see website section above for they are dropped off more details). • students are not allowed to travel on another bus for any reason—so if they are visiting another student, they need to Arriving at school be picked up by car The school day begins at 8am. Students should arrive no • the bus service will pick up and drop off only to one earlier than 7.30am as there is no supervision before that address; logistical requirements are such that there can be time. We advise that students be on campus by 7.55am so no provision to have a regular drop off at different addresses that they can be punctual to their classroom. • due to insurance regulations, parents are not allowed to Leaving school travel on the school bus All Junior School students make their own way to the • one-way or two-way services are available; however designated bus and car pick-up areas. In order to avoid preference is given to two-way applications congestion in the Junior School pods, we ask parents or More information about the bus services, the bus rules and helpers who are collecting by car or taxi to meet the students areas of Singapore covered by the service can be found on the in the car pick-up area rather than in the pod area. website. Students will be supervised until 3.20pm, and after this time any child who has not been collected will wait in the Primary Cars School Office. Please phone the office (+65 6419 9314) if you Morning drop-off are delayed. Students being driven to school should arrive between 7.30am and 7.50am. Students should not be dropped before Mobile phones/Smart watches 7.30am as there is no supervision available. For safety Since they are often necessary for after school contact, reasons, we ask that parents use the designated drop-off students who need mobile phones are permitted to have one areas, rather than letting Junior School students out onto the in their bag. However, during the school day, they are not pavement on Dover Road. permitted to use them or have them on their person. They Please try and move as far forward as possible within the are strictly for after school contact between the student and drop-off zone to ensure a flow of traffic. We ask that parents their parents. remain inside their car. Our experienced security guards are on duty to help the flow of traffic.
6 Uniform Please do not stop your car for any longer than is necessary. Students are required to wear the uniform every day. Our If you decide you need to come in to the school, please move uniform policy can be found on the website portal. Students through to the parking areas to facilitate the flow of traffic. should wear their uniform on the first day of school; it is not necessary on orientation day. Afternoon pick-up At the end of the school day, students who go home by car Clothing make their way to the pick-up area, and can be collected from All students wear a UWCSEA turquoise polo shirt, with grey 2.45pm. Parents arriving before this time are asked to park in culottes for the girls, and shorts for both girls and boys. A the designated parking areas on campus. We ask that you do UWCSEA cardigan is available. not park or leave your car in the driveways so we can create Shoes a flow of traffic and everyone can depart the campus quickly and safely. Shoes should be black and fully enclose the feet but not cover the ankles. Socks should be white, grey or black. Taxi directions PE uniform Ensure you ask the driver to take you to ‘UWCSEA on Dover Road.’ As we have two campuses, it is important that you ask A PE uniform is also needed, and sturdy trainers (athletic shoes) for the correct one. are required for nearly all PE activities. Students participate in swimming lessons during the year, and UWCSEA sun protection Bicycles vest are available in the College Shop. Students in all grades Some students cycle to school, and we have bike stands on should wear their PE uniform to school if they have PE at any the campus where bicycles can be secured for the day. If time during the day, Please note: your child would like to cycle to school, please inform the • Grade 2 and 3 – they may stay in their PE uniform for the class teacher. All students who cycle to school are expected remainder of the day; to wear a bicycle helmet and follow the Singaporean cycling • Grade 4 and 5 – must change after PE and must therefore regulations. Younger students should be accompanied. pack their normal school uniform to get changed into (including the uniform black shoes). Security pass and security check The security guards check all vehicles and pedestrians Backpack entering the campus. Parents are advised to get a security Junior School students may choose their own backpack/ pass to facilitate a speedy arrival to school. Photographs for school bag style. the passes are taken during the first weeks of term. This can Sun protection be done at the Main Reception. All students are required to wear a sunhat for outside play If your helper or another nominated adult will be collecting times, during PE, lunchtime sports, sports team practices and your child on a regular basis, they will also need to be issued a sports days. Junior students who do not have a hat will have security pass. to play in the shaded areas. Changes to travel arrangements Jewellery, hair and make-up If there are any changes to your child’s transport Students are permitted to wear one pair of earrings (studs or arrangements, it is very important that you write a note in sleepers) and a watch to school. Rings, bangles and necklaces the student planner, ensuring that it is clear which day the are not allowed and any religious symbols should be discreet. change will occur. Junior students should not wear extreme hair styles and make-up and nail polish is not allowed. For emergencies and last minute changes of travel arrangements, call the Junior School Office (+65 6419 9314) Where to purchase the uniform before 1.30pm. Messages received after this time may not Uniforms for all grades of the school can be obtained from reach the class teacher before they have left for the buses. the College Shop on Dover Campus: Please make sure you speak to one of the secretaries and do Term time: 8am–12pm; 12.45–4pm not leave a voice message. School holidays: 8.30am–12pm; 1–4pm We cannot accept ‘word of mouth’ messages from your child Tel: +65 6775 5344 ext 1923 firstname.lastname@example.org about changes to arrangements. An email sent to the class Used uniform sales teacher during the day may not be seen as teachers often check their emails only after the children have gone home. Periodically, there are secondhand uniform sales on campus, offering gently used uniform items, including PE kit and backpacks, for sale at a nominal price to support one of the Global Concerns programmes. Donations of used uniforms in good condition are also called for prior to the sale. Details are provided in the weekly newsletter in advance.
7 Meals at school Health and well-being of students Students have a choice of bringing their own food to school Medical care or purchasing lunch and snacks from the canteen. A catering The centrally located Primary Clinic is staffed by trained contractor looks after the canteen and provides both snacks nurses and is fully equipped to handle minor injuries that and a pre-order lunch service for Junior School students in occur in school. If a child has been taken to the clinic and Grades 2 to 4. needs to go home, one of the nurses will contact their Grades 2–4 parents can log in to the system via the parent parents, or the designated supervisor or emergency contacts portal to place orders in advance. Grade 2 students who should the parents not be contactable. order in advance are served their meal in their classroom If your child has any medical condition that may require and Grade 3–4 students who order lunches online receive a medical treatment, emergency care or that our staff silicone wristband to claim orders in the canteen. Meals can should be aware of, please notify us via the online medical be ordered online—a four-week menu cycle is uploaded on a questionnaire so we have the information necessary to assist regular basis. A pre-order meal can be cancelled by 8.30am them if needed. on the day of order itself. Any medication should be given at home or, if it is essential Grade 5 will be issued a UWCSEA Campus Card, a cashless that it is administered during the day, then it will be given card system designed to support the food service at the by the nurses at the clinic. Students are not permitted to school by allowing for payment by card. It is a voluntary carry medication around the school. system as cash can still be used in the canteens. If your child shows any signs of illness, please do not send In addition, the campus card/wristband can be used in the them to school, and if they become ill at school, the College library. nurse will contact you to arrange for them to be picked up. Healthy eating Please refer to the section below on nominating alternative or emergency contacts. We encourage students to eat and drink as healthily as possible, and we ask for your assistance with this when Online medical forms sending food and drink into school. There is a comprehensive online medical questionnaire Drinks that we require all parents to complete for each child no later than orientation day. The form covers pre-existing We have water fountains located around the school at conditions and illnesses, as well as related information for appropriate heights for students to access comfortably. Junior activities such as PE, swimming ability and other conditions School students should bring a labelled water bottle to school that may affect their participation. with them each day. Please do not pack fizzy or caffeinated drinks in your child’s lunch box. The canteen offers juice and As it can take some time for this information to be processed, milk drinks for sale. it is also important that you inform the class teacher of any serious allergies or health problems your child may have. Food allergies If there are any changes in medical information, please amend If we need to exclude specific food or other allergen items the online form as well as informing the class teacher. from a class, we will let parents in the class know as soon as possible. Please see the section on Food and other allergies on Emergency contacts page 8 for more information on this very important policy. Part of the online medical form asks parents to nominate two emergency contacts in Singapore. It is important that these are kept up-to-date. These should be people 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, because, sadly, their instructions might not always be heeded. Please also note that these contacts are not necessarily the same as the nominated guardian which we require if both parents are out of Singapore at the same time. This situation requires separate notification to the school (see section on page 3) for each and every absence.
8 Curriculum information Food and other allergies There is a dedicated section on the portal that provides Some children have food allergies, and we monitor this very an outline of the curriculum. Please log in to access the carefully. If a student with a severe allergy, such as a nut information. In no particular order, highlighted below are allergy, is identified in a class, we will request that items some areas related to sections of the five elements of the containing the allergen are not brought into the school UWCSEA Learning Programme that we are often asked about. by any student in that class. For safety, the parents of Academics students who suffer from such allergies are encouraged, nevertheless, to assume that the classroom is not nut Library free and to behave in accordance with that assumption. Your child will visit the library once a week with their class teacher to select books. Students can also visit the library Once we have a better idea of the requirements of each before and after school and during break times. Books student, via the online medical questionnaires, we are able to are normally kept for a week, and once the book has been assess the level of caution we need to adopt in each class. returned a new book may be borrowed. Teachers will inform If your child has a severe allergy, please make sure that this you which day your child’s class will visit the library. is indicated on the online medical questionnaire and bring it Parents are also able to sign up to borrow from the library. to the class teacher’s attention as soon as possible. We also require details of the management plan to be set out for staff. Excursions We can provide contact details for a support group of parents There are many excursions that students undertake as a class of allergy sufferers. group within Singapore. These support the curriculum and are generally scheduled to coincide with each unit of study to extend students’ knowledge. Permission slips are sent home prior to each off-campus excursion. Parents are asked to contribute to the cost of entry tickets where appropriate. PE programme Students are expected to participate fully in the PE programme, and this includes swimming lessons. There is space in the online medical form for parents to inform us of their child’s swimming ability. Even if a child cannot swim, we expect all children to participate in lessons. We believe that if a child is well enough to attend school then they should be well enough to participate in PE. However, we understand that sometimes circumstances mean your child cannot participate in swimming or other PE activities. Please send in a note via the student planner explaining why your child cannot participate in PE. Homework The amount and type of homework set differs in each grade; specific information on homework can be found in the front of the student planner. Please provide an appropriate space for your child to complete their homework comfortably. Access to a home computer of some kind is vital. Reporting and assessment Reports are shared with parents at the end of Term 1 and the end of Term 3. Parents meet with the class teacher for settling-in interviews at the start of the year and then again in Term 2. There are parent-teacher conferences and student- led conferences during the year which enable parents to keep up-to-date with their child’s progress in school. Although we have scheduled dates for parents to talk with the class teacher, appointments can be arranged at other times if there is an issue that needs to be discussed.
9 Learning support and external tuition Music There are dedicated Learning Support teachers available to We have a strong music programme for Junior School children in the Junior School. Parents are always consulted students. There are a variety of opportunities that students before a child is referred for Learning Support. The majority of can sign up for online. students who receive support need short-term instruction in We also have an Instrumental Teaching Programme (ITP), a small group and will not require long-term intervention. which provides tuition on a number of musical instruments, The school works with many outside professionals to support open to students in Grade 2 and above. A number of highly children with specific needs. We request that any referrals qualified music tutors come to the school to provide after- to outside professionals—for specific learning needs or for school lessons. More information is available through general tuition purposes—are done after consultation with www.uwcsea.edu.sg/portal/learning/instrumental-teaching- the class teacher and/or the Learning Support Department. programme. Stationery and school supplies The ITP is not part of the Activities programme and additional Students do not need to bring any stationery or other fees are levied directly by the music tutors. supplies to school as we provide all materials needed in the Register for ITP lessons here. classrooms, including pens, pencils, rulers, books, stationery and colouring pencils. However, many students like to have Sports their own pencil cases and their own stationery. UWCSEA fields teams in the Singapore-based ACSIS competition in a number of different sports for students Activities in relevant age groups in the Junior School. In past years, We encourage all students from Grade 2 on, to participate this has included teams for boys and girls in cross country, in lunchtime and after-school activities. The Activities swimming, football, rugby, netball and basketball. programme is broken into four seasons, running roughly parallel to the competitive sporting seasons in which UWCSEA participates. However, by no means are all activities sports-related. They cover a range of special interest areas, including: service (such as the SPCA group or environment club); sports (both recreational and competitive); music (such as the choirs); art, craft and games (such as drawing, drama productions, batik or chess); and special interests (such as cooking or Lego). This diversity allows students to try out new experiences and develop interests and hobbies. The selection changes from season to season. Many activities are included in the tuition fees; however some will incur additional fees if we need to purchase materials or provide external coaching, tuition, transport or uniforms. The approximate cost will be noted at the time of selecting activity preferences, and payment will need to be made once a student is accepted into an activity at the commencement of the season. Some activities require commitment for more than one season; this is also noted in the preferencing system the students use to request activities. Online activity sign up Sign-up for activities is done online, and while parents can browse the available activities, students need to use their own login to complete their preferences each season. Staff can also assist new students through the process. Sign-up opening and closing dates, and full information on how to sign up, will be posted in eBrief and in the online calendar.
10 Parental involvement At UWCSEA we know that parent participation strengthens the College community and the educational experience for students, and we welcome and encourage parent involvement. There are many opportunities for you to get involved, from attending social events, to volunteering at school or in the wider community, to sharing your culture, talent or professional expertise. For those who have the time and interest, volunteering can be a wonderful way to make connections in the College, providing a network of contacts within and beyond your child’s class or grade. Specific opportunities for parental involvement will be advertised in the weekly eBrief newsletter. Parents Online Address Book The parent portal on the website contains a link to an online database of parent contacts. You can search for telephone and email contact details for your child’s classmates on this database. It is important for the success of the database that it is only used for school-related purposes. This is an opt-in address book and we recommend at least one parent elect to appear, which you can indicate in your contact preferences on the portal. Parents’ Association (PA) The PA provides an opportunity for all parents to contribute to the UWCSEA community. Being involved in PA activities provides parents an opportunity to be active participants in their child’s school community, keep up-to-date with happenings in the school and an avenue to meet other parents and members of the wider school community. New parents are encouraged to contribute as much as their time and interests allow. The PA offers many opportunities for parents to become further involved in the life of the school. These include: • coffee mornings and other networking opportunities • nationality-based social events • events such as the Community Fair, Holiday Fair and Careers Fair To contact the PA, see details on the back page or drop in to the PA lounge whilst on campus.
11 Dover Junior School contacts Reception and the school offices are open from 7.30am to 4.30pm. Dover Campus Reception +65 6775 5344 email@example.com Junior School Office +65 6419 9314 firstname.lastname@example.org Junior School Secretary Louisa Paulo email@example.com Nurashikin Ishak firstname.lastname@example.org Suria Hussain (Primary Curriculum) email@example.com Heads of Grade Rhys Vosper (Grade 2) firstname.lastname@example.org Leah Daniels (Grade 3) email@example.com Scott Ziemer (Grade 4) firstname.lastname@example.org Hugh Pollard (Grade 5) email@example.com Junior School leadership Brian Ó Maoileoin, Primary School Principal firstname.lastname@example.org Allison Ziemer, Primary School Vice Principal email@example.com Erin Belliveau, Primary School Vice Principal firstname.lastname@example.org School services Primary Clinic +65 6775 5344 | ext 1993 email@example.com Transport Office +65 6872 3213 firstname.lastname@example.org Library library.uwcsea.edu.sg Parents’ Association +65 6775 5344 | ext 1080 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. 011COM-2021
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