A warm welcome to SJI and congratulations on being part of the Josephian Family. This Level Website will serve as a point of information on school and class matters. We may also at times use this site to gather data.

 We would like you to check this site regularly to be in touch with matters that relate to your son. We also welcome your kind feedback to help us improve our modes of communication. 

 Please email Head of Level 2 (HOL2 - 2015), Mr Joseph Edison Junior at josephe@sji.edu.sg if you have any pertinent matters to convey or wish to make enquiries. You may also contact your son's/ward's Class Tutors<CLICK HERE>.

 Thank you and I look forward to working with all of you the next two years.


Mr Joseph Edison Junior

Head of Level (HOL2) - 2015
Phone: 62500022 ext 201
Address: 21, Bishan Street 14, S-579781

Announcements & Updates
***NEW*** 2015 Sec2 Term 3 TimeTable, <CLICK HERE> as at 28th June 2015 

( note different end times per class)

 (Time-Table Quick Legend : LSS = Lower Secondary Science, BDT = Business Design Thinking, CT=Class Tutor Period, RME=Religious and Moral Education, PSE= Personal and Social Education, TD1= Talent  Development Modules, Pull-Out= More details later)

***NEW*** End-of-Year Exams Time-Table



All students, please note that the SJI Campus at Malcolm Road has been handed over to the contractor for re-development works.  For reasons of safety and security, the contractor will deal with any unauthorized entry as trespassing and the trespassers will be handed over to the authorities.

Students are to note that their entry into the SJI Malcolm Road Campus is PROHIBITED.

2015 Sec 2 Subject Outlines & Assessments

Sec 3 2016 ( O Levels Track) Subject Combinations

(17th April) Sec 3 2016 ( IP Level Track ) Subject Combinations

Lost & Found <CLICK HERE>

Theme for Sec1, 2014: Reading is Essential
Theme for Sec2, 2015: Conversations(Face 2 Face) over Communication



  • Inculcate habit of reading for pleasure. Most of our students do not read. A structure is needed to encourage them to sit and read silently.
  • Read to activate and reinforce other skills (grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, and writing)
  • Reading to become a better reader. Reading is a skill in itself. Reading skills include: skimming, scanning, predicting, and reading for detailed comprehension.
  • Read to develop critical thinking skills. Reading can provide opportunities to utilize and sharpen such skills.
  • Read for enjoyment.  Students should ideally discover not only the usefulness but also the pleasure of being able to read in a second language.


          TIME: 7.10am – 7.30am

          DAY: MONDAY (SEC 1)  & FRIDAY (SEC 2)

          PLACE: Amphitheatre; SIT AS PER ASSEMBLY

          WHAT TO BRING: A physical fiction or non-fiction book           (no magazine or newspaper)

Archived Notices and Announcements
Do note that earlier website postings can be found at link below