St Patrick's School

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St Patrick's School

Postby von72 » Tue Nov 10, 2009 5:18 pm

Hello everyone, anyone know what time school starts for St Patrick?? Thanks!!

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Re: St Patrick's School

Postby Pink Ribbon » Thu Dec 20, 2012 6:29 pm

Hi, anyone know

1) what books or things to bring on the 2 January 2013 (first day of school) and what time must the student be in school ?

2) The school gave out the letter to the parent today stated that 2013 Secondary 1 student Orientation Program on the 2nd January 2013 (Wednesday) start from 1.30-3.30 pm and on the 3rd January 2013 (Thursday) from 2.30-4.30 pm. Does that mean they do not have class in the morning ?

Thanks

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Re: St Patrick's School

Postby pondpebble » Thu Oct 10, 2013 10:47 am

Hi,

Just to update parents who are keen to send their sons to this school.

Students must be in school by 715am and once the shutter gates are pulled down, one will be considered late and perfects will be there to record names as well your ezlink card to be handed over. Late-comers will have to attend the late assembly in the afternoon at 230pm and ezlink card will then be returned after the assembly.

Lesson starts 740am everyday.

Mon / Tue dismissal time is 2pm but if there is CCT (time where form teachers are at class to address issues) as last slot of the day, expect students to be dismiss later.

Wed dissmisal 140pm, CCT also the last slot of the day

Thur 220pm

Fri 1240pm

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Re: St Patrick's School

Postby AnirbanKumar Ghosh » Sun Nov 23, 2014 11:26 am

Hi
Attended the open house yesterday. the principal speech was very good. Can some parents share their experience with their kids in this school?

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Re: St Patrick's School

Postby pokoyoko » Fri Nov 27, 2015 3:25 pm

I have a friend's son thinking of applying to St Pats... any feedback on the school itself. Long time ago I know their boys seem quite rowdy... but that was long time ago..

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Re: St Patrick's School

Postby pokoyoko » Fri Nov 27, 2015 3:26 pm

Can PM me also thanks!

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Re: St Patrick's School

Postby dreammom » Sun Nov 29, 2015 9:09 pm

Hi need help and advise urgently. DS wanted to go boys school only and St. Patrick's is one of the choice. Need to seek advise how's the boys in St.Patrick behave? Is your son happy in this school? Any advise will be grateful. Great Thanks.

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Re: St Patrick's School

Postby AnirbanKumar Ghosh » Fri Feb 19, 2016 2:18 pm

My experience with the school is very good. I am also part of the school psg . The school has 6 discipline masters. Good focus on education . They are extremely strict .

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Re: St Patrick's School

Postby happy to be mum » Tue Aug 23, 2016 11:39 am

hi there

I am considering to send my DS to St Pat but was getting a little concerned (actually more of annoyed) about comments I have been receiving from my friends and family, stating it is a very naughty school. Basically not good reviews...

can any parents give some constructive feedbacks

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Re: St Patrick's School

Postby pinchmycheeks » Fri Oct 14, 2016 7:58 am

I heard that the school is not as "naughty" as it used to be (back in my time haha)...as told by a friend whose son is there, he enjoys it and the teachers are quite supportive...I am also thinking of St Pat's for my DS ...let's see how his results are!

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