The Singapore weekend Punjabi school is now operating in a single location with Beatty Secondary School as its new home.
“With the two Centres merging as one, it was a challenge to ensure that the children were provided with the convenience of a bus service from all parts of Singapore.
“Our Parent Support Group assisted in making arrangements for buses as well as ensuring that pupils taking the bus services were well taken care of,” according to an entry at the Singapore Sikh Education Fund (SSEF) Facebook page.
It noted that classes started off smoothly at the new premises with the school leaders of the hosting school providing support on the first day.
“We look forward to another great year ahead, especially so since our resources have now been consolidated and more targeted efforts could be put in to bring the best out of our children,” it added.
SSEF is a self-help group in Singapore providing Punjabi Language education for students from Kindergarten to A Levels.
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