1) Calendar of Events for Term 3 – 2017
Parents are encouraged to visit the school calendar for events in Term 3-2017.

2) Direct School Admission-Secondary
Students interested in applying for Direct School Admission (DSA) to secondary schools for admission in 2018 may do so from now.  Interested Students are encouraged to check the MOE DSA-Sec website for important dates and timelines, and for information on how the exercises will be conducted.

3) Primary One Registration
The registration of children for admission to Primary 1 next year will start on 29 Jun and end on 28 Aug 2017.  All primary schools will be open for registration from 8am to 11am, and from 2.30pm to 4.30pm from Mondays to Fridays during the registration period.

4) PSLE Examination Date
The Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB) has released the 2017 PSLE Timetable.

Our most recent letter is for all Parents and Guardians on Meridian Primary School Book Fair dated 20 July 2017.  You may also wish to read End-of-Term 2 letter.

Parents and guardians may read our previous letters to you by clicking on the links below:

· All Levels · Primary 1 · Primary 2 · Primary 3 · Primary 4 · Primary 5 · Primary 6 ·

We are also pleased to launch Meridian Times – an e-publication to showcase students’ holistic learning experience through the various school programmes and communicate school’s direction and goals with key stakeholders.  Read more.

“Every parent a supportive partner” is an important piece of MOE’s key theme “Towards Student-Centric, Values-Driven Education”. It emphasises the importance of partnerships between schools and parents in bringing out the best in every child.  At Meridian, we regularly share resources for parents with education news, resources and tips.  The most recent sharing is as follow:

1) Suicide Games and Online Media: What Should Parents Do?
You may have heard of the Blue Whale game and Thirteen Reasons Why (13RW), or them trending on your social media feed. Such content have been circulating and may negatively influence our children to view suicide as a viable way to deal with their problems, or even romanticise or glamourise the act of suicide.  Read more.

Sexuality Education (SEd) in schools is about enabling students to understand the physiological, social and emotional changes they experience as they mature, develop healthy and rewarding relationships including those with members of the opposite sex, and make wise, informed and responsible decisions on sexuality matters. Read more.