Safe Transition

As Singapore gradually reopens most of its public facilities during Phase 2 (Safe Transition) of post-Circuit Breaker, the RP community continues to remain vigilant against the spread of COVID-19.

Full-Time Diploma Students

Full-Time Diploma Students

RP will continue to progressively increase the number of students allowed back on campus at any one time for in-person learning. 

The majority of scheduled lessons are still conducted in home-based learning mode and only a small number of students and staff are required to return to campus for selected practical or laboratory-based sessions and assessments. Students who are scheduled to return to campus will be subject to temperature screening, access control and safe distancing management measures. 

Lessons will also be staggered to reduce physical interaction on campus, and students and staff are reminded to keep a distance of at least 1 metre between others at all times while on campus. Students should only be in the canteen/food court when buying or consuming their meals, and avoid mingling.  
 
Whether they are on Home-based Learning (HBL) or in campus, students must continue to declare their temperature daily in LEO 2.0.

Most CCA activities are still held online as RP progressively and selectively resumes on-campus CCA activities. 

Students are reminded not to come to campus should they feel unwell and to promptly see a doctor. They should also avoid clinic-hopping.

 

Continuing Education and Training Students

Continuing Education & Training (CET) Students

RP will progressively increase the number of Part-Time Diploma and Specialist Diploma students allowed back on campus at any one time for in-person learning. 

RP ACE will update students about arrangements in due course.

Students are reminded not to come to campus should they feel unwell and to promptly see a doctor.

Access to Campus

Access to RP Campus

There continues to be restricted access to our campus. We have deployed SafeEntry, a national digital check-in system to keep track of entry and exit records for staff and students who need to be on campus for official duties, practical lessons or final-year projects.

These staff and students must also enable 'TraceTogether' app on their mobile devices to support contact tracing efforts. They must wear a mask and maintain a safe distance at all times.

Members of the public, staff and students are encouraged to use RP e-services. Please be assured that you will continue to receive quality service through these e-channels. The public must book an appointment for face-to-face services at RP beforehand and should not come to RP campus if they are unwell.

Should you have any queries or if you want to book an appointment, please contact us at 6510 3000 or via this Online Enquiry Form.