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1)  Arrangement for Schools After Circuit Breaker

With the end of the Circuit Breaker period on 1 June 2020, we will progressively bring students back to school from 2 June 2020, in a careful and safe manner. From 2 June 2020, our graduating students and students who need additional support will return to school daily. The other levels will rotate weekly between Home-Based Learning (HBL) and returning to school for lessons. The school will ensure that safe management measures are in place to keep our students safe. Click here for more details on the measures and arrangements. 

2)   Schools and Kindergartens to Re-open with Enhanced Precautionary Measures Schools and Kindergartens will re-open for Term 2 on 23 March 2020 (Monday) as planned.  There will be enhanced precautionary measures to keep our students and staff in schools and pre-schools safe.  Read more about the measures here.

3)   MOE Kindergarten @ Meridian will be open in 2021  MK Logo1.png
The Ministry of Education announced on 6 Aug 2018 that it will open seven new MOE Kindergartens (MK) in 2021.   One of the new MKs will be located at Meridian Primary School.  Read the press release to find out more.  Click here for details.


Resources for Parents and Guardians

“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) What's the right age for parents to get their kids a cell phone?
Parents need to consider whether their kids are ready to use their phones responsibly and respectfully.  Read more.

Recent Letters to Parents & Guardians

Our most recent letter to all Parents and Guardians on Letter to Parents for Start of Term 3 dated 21 May 2020
Parents and guardians may read our previous letters to you by clicking on the links below:

Sexuality Education in School

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.