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While we strive to answer as many questions as possible, this FAQ is by no means exhaustive, Please do not hesitate to contact us through the General Office if you have any urgent inquiries,
|1||How can I get to Bowen Secondary School?|
|Our school is situated along the junction of the main roads of Yio Chu Kang Road and Hougang Ave 2. Thus, it is easily accessible by public buses from MRT stations such as Ang Mo Kio MRT, Hougang MRT or Serangoon MRT.
Click on the link to find out how to get to Bowen Secondary school >>>
|2||What is the school's contact information?|
|Tel: 6385 9466 (General Office)
Fax: 6385 6559
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|3||How can I contact or get in touch with my child's form/subject teachers?|
|We encourage parents/guardians to contact the General Office when trying to get in touch with specific teachers in our school. They are the best people to assist you as they will be able to direct your call to the specific teacher or take a message to get the teacher to return your call. Do leave your name, child's name and class and your contact number so that the teacher will be able to return your call.|
|4||What time does the school start?|
|Morning assembly starts at 7.30am on regular school days. Students are encouraged to reach school early especially on rainy days, as traffic can be heavy during inclement weather.|
|5||What are the school rules regarding attire and uniform?|
The school uniform is a key symbol of school identity. Students should wear the school uniform neatly and with pride. All students are to wear the prescribed school uniform and modifications to the uniform are not allowed.
You can find detailed information about the school uniform in School Rules and Regulations here >>>
or you can download the document Care and Discipline - School rules.pdf
|6||When are the school holidays?|
|1||How much are the current school fees?|
|All students will receive their bills for school, miscellaneous and autonomous fees by postal mail to their home address from MOE directly. You can find out detailed information about secondary school fees from the MOE website here >>>|
|2||How can school fees payment be made?|
|OPTION 1: GIRO
Parents are encouraged to pay their children’s fees through GIRO so that the pupils do not have to bring large sums of cash to school. GIRO deduction will be made monthly from February to December. The deduction in February will include the fees for January. Deduction date is on 26th of every month. Eg: For March fees, the deduction date will be on 26th March.
(Please note that GIRO deductions will be suspended after two consecutive unsuccessful deductions due to insufficient funds. Students will then receive cash bills and will have to pay the outstanding amount in cash. GIRO deduction will be reinstated once all outstanding fees have been paid.)
OPTION 2: CHEQUE
For cheque payment, either post the cheque or submit it to our General Office. Please make cheques payable to "Bowen Secondary School".
OPTION 3: CASH
Alternatively, you may make cash payments at our General Office.
|3||What are the MOE financial schemes available?|
Singapore Citizens in Government and Government-aided schools can apply for assistance under the MOE Financial Assistance Scheme (FAS).
Click here to find out more about the MOE FAS scheme >>>
Application forms are available for collection in-person at the school's General Office. If you need further assistance, please do not hesitate to call the school's General Office to find out more.
|1||Are students allowed to bring their Mobile Phones to school?|
|We want our students to be responsible users of their mobile devices. Students are expected to switch off their mobile phones during curriculum time so as not to be a source of distraction during lessons. Students are to use their mobile phones only in designated areas such as the canteen during their recess or after school.
You can find detailed information in School Rules and Regulations here >>>
|2||Does my child need to buy a laptop/tablet/mobile device as part of the school programme when he joins Bowen Secondary School?|
|Our school does not require students to buy laptops or mobile devices, although we have ICT programmes and ICT-supported curriculum. We provide school-owned devices such as laptops or tablets for students when required during curriculum time.
|3||My child has his own laptop. Is there any way he/she can connect to the Internet to access on-line lesson content when in school?|
The school's SWN Wi-Fi network provides students who bring their own devices, a means to connect to the internet for learning purposes using their school IAMS account,
Please refer to the guide here on how to connect to the SWN network.
|4||Are there any schemes for families who require support to help their school-going children purchase laptops?|
The NEU PC Plus Programme is a support programme by the Info-communications Media Development Authority of Singapore (IMDA) that helps needy families with school-going children own a brand new computer/laptop (bundled with free 3-year broadband subscription) at a subsidised rate.
To apply, please fill in the application form and submit it with the required documents to the school’s General Office.