The Singapore SIkh Education foundation

The Singapore Sikh Education Foundation (SSEF) is a self-help non-profit organisation focusing on providing Punjabi Language education for pupils in mainstream schools in Singapore. SSEF Punjabi Language School comes under the purview of the Board of Teaching and Testing of South Asian Languages (BTTSAL). BTTSAL is recognised by the Ministry of Education (Singapore) as it oversees the curriculum and assessment practices across the five officially recognised Non-Tamil Indian Languages (NTIL).

Announcements

Dear Parents, 
Kindly note that Punjabi school will resume on Saturday, 9th January 2021. Primary and Secondary Classes will function from Whitley Secondary School while the kindergarten classes will continue to function from the current SINDA premises

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Calendar of Events for 2021
Letter to Parents for start of School Year 2021

Our Programmes

SSEF provides Punjabi Language education for students in Singapore schools from Nursery to A Levels. 

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Beyond the Classroom

Through support from our Sikh institutions, our pupils are given opportunities for learning beyond the classroom. 

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Administrative Matters

Information on Sale of Books and Uniforms, Fee Structures, Schemes of Work as highlighted by BTTSAL, etc. 

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