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New 3 Feb 2018

Dear Parents / Guardians of the JC1 students

1st Meet-the-Parents Session

Welcome to the NYJC Family.  The JC1 students have just started their JC journey and we value parents’ support in our efforts to help your child / ward make the best of this 2-year course. As such, we will be organising a Meet-the-Parents Session where information on the JC Curriculum, the JC1 Promotional Examination criteria and the various college programmes will be shared with you. 

It is my pleasure to invite you to attend this session on Friday, 9 February 2018, 7pm. Please refer to the table below for more information.




7.00pm – 7.25pm

Paradigm Shift


7.25pm – 7.50pm

Project Work

7.50pm – 8.15pm

Beyond the Academics

Yours faithfully
Low Chun Meng

New 2 Feb 2018

Principal's Slides for JC2 Dialogue with Representatives from the Universities

New 1 Feb 2018

Handout on ECG initiatives and information on the autonomous universities.


Like all parents, we at NYJC care for our students and we want them to succeed. A positive partnership between the college and parents will contribute tremendously to ensuring their success. With strong home learning environment and positive communication between the teachers and parents, the students would be better supported through this very intense and demanding period of pre-university education.

We understand that parents are busy with many things that would take away their time and energy and hence we strive to provide parents with information and resources that they would need in order to support their child’s academically and emotionally. As such, we are currently looking into improving our communication channel with parents. Besides getting information about college programmes and activities via the college website, parents can opt for a termly update via email. 

In order to enhance our communication with parents, we have also recently developed an official Nanyang JC mobile app on both the iOS7 and Android platform. 

We would also like to encourage more parents to be involved in college programmes and decisions that would affect their child’s education and development. Some areas of involvement include sitting in the Parent Advisory Committee, supporting our career guidance effort by sharing work experiences, and volunteering to run enrichment workshops and talks to support our Character and Leadership Development Programme.

The college and students can definitely benefit from the development of positive partnerships with parents and we look forward to working with you.