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Student Support

We understand this is a difficult time for everyone. We would like to support our students and their caregivers as much as we can. 

1. HBL@School
Please use the form below to let us know if your son/ward needs the following support during this time of full home-based learning:

  • a computing device to do his home-based learning
  • internet access to do his home-based learning
  • counselling support (for students only)
  • a conducive HBL environment in school (approved only on a case by case basis)
  • meals at home during this period of home-based learning (for students only)




2. Financial Assistance from School (MOE / SGSS Financial Assistance)

Our school can help with school-going expenses and other expenses related to school programmes.

Only Singapore citizens are eligible for the MOE Financial Assistance Scheme (https://www.moe.gov.sg/education/financial-assistance). Students who do not meet the criteria for the MOE FAS will be helped through our SGSS Financial Assistance Scheme.

The application form can be obtained from our school’s General Office or downloaded via the link below. Completed forms together with all relevant supporting documents should be submitted to our school’s General Office or via email stgss@moe.edu.sg.






The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund partners the Ministry of Education (MOE) in disbursing school pocket money to students from low-income families. Students who meet the criteria will be able to apply for the fund through their respective participating mainstream schools. Every year, non-graduating students may apply for the fund through the schools during the 3rd/4th quarter of the year. For students who have graduated and are enrolled in new schools, they may apply for the fund the following year in January.

  • Self Help Groups
Please refer to attached link for other Financial Help from various organisations: 

You may also visit these websites for information:




4. Seeking Support In School
If you are struggling with a difficult situation and feel stressed as a result, you can always seek help from your form teachers, Year Heads or any other staff in school whom you trust.

Alternatively, you can also look for the School Counsellor, Mrs. Florence Loo (@3rd floor, between The Common Space room and the Library).



5. Seeking Support Outside School
You can also call the below organisations directly should you not be in school but need help urgently.

Samaritans of Singapore (SOS)
1800 - 2214444 (24h)
Emergency Helpline (IMH)
 6389 2222 (24h)
Touch Community Services (Counselling / Cyber Wellness Helpline)
6377 0122 / 6273 5568 
eCounselling Centre (EC2) https://www.ec2.sg
(Mon – Fri: 10am – 12pm and
2pm – 5pm, excluding public holidays)
CARE Singapore 6978 2728
(Mon - Fri: 10am - 5pm)