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CHOOSING YOUR

SECONDARY

SCHOOLS

FOR ADMISSION TO SECONDARY ONE IN 2014

This booklet provides information to help parents choose secondary schools for their children in the Secondary One (S1) Posting Exercise. Parents can refer to the “Secondary School Education” booklet for general information on secondary education.

The information published in this booklet is correct as at time of preparation.

No part of this publication, text or illustrations and maps may be reproduced in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopy, recording or otherwise without the prior consent of the Ministry of Education and Singapore Land Authority.

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Ministry of Education Singapore Published September 2013

To be completed by Parent/ Guardian * : Name of Candidate : BC No./FIN :

To be completed by Parent/ Guardian*:

Name of Candidate

:

BC No./FIN

:

PSLE Index No.

:

P6 Class No.

:

PROXY FORM

This Proxy Form is to be used if you nominate another adult to collect the PSLE results slip/S1 Option Form, submit the duly completed S1 Option Form or to register at the posted secondary school on your behalf.

This form may take you 5 minutes to fill in. Please take note of the following points when you fill in the form.

Important Notes:

1)

The appointed proxy must be aged 21 and above.

2)

The appointed proxy is required to bring the completed Proxy Form and supporting documents as listed below to the child’s primary school. The supporting documents are:

A photocopy of the parents’ NRIC (both sides)

A photocopy of the Birth Certificate of the student

A photocopy of the proxy’s NRIC (both sides)

The appointed proxy is required to produce his/her original NRIC at the school when requested.

To:

Principal of

(Name of School)

I, parent/guardian* of

(Name of Child),

(BC No./FIN), would like to appoint Mr/Mdm/Miss

(Name),

(NRIC No.) to:

 

* Delete accordingly

1

Collect my child’s / ward’s PSLE results slip, S1 Option Form and other relevant documents on my behalf

Yes

No

2

Submit the duly completed S1 Option Form on my behalf

Yes

No

3

Report to secondary school for registration

Yes

No

By appointing the proxy, I have authorised the person to act on my behalf without any reservations. I will bear full responsibility if the proxy fails to perform any of the above as authorised by me.

proxy fails to perform any of the above as authorised by me. I also understand that,

I also understand that, by authorising the proxy to complete the S1 Option Form, any choices made by the proxy would be officially binding.

Name of Father/ Mother/ Guardian*

NRIC/Passport No:

* Please delete accordingly

Signature

Date

Content

Section I: General Information

1

OVERVIEW

1

S1 POSTING EXERCISE

1

DSA-SEC EXERCISE - SCHOOL ALLOCATION OUTCOME

3

Section II: S1 Option Phase

4

S1 OPTION FORM & ELIGIBILITY LETTER

4

CONSIDERATIONS WHEN MAKING S1 OPTIONS & CHOOSING SCHOOLS

5

SUBMISSION OF S1 OPTION

7

Section III: School Posting & Posting Results Release Phases

8

SCHOOL POSTING PHASE

8

POSTING RESULTS RELEASE PHASE

8

APPEAL FOR TRANSFER AFTER POSTING

8

IMPORTANT DATES

9

Reference A > Sample of S1 Option Form

A - 1

Reference B > Schools & Centres Offering Higher Mother Tongue, Chinese (Special Programme) & Malay (Special Programme)

B - 1

Reference C > Key Information on Schools

C - 1

Reference D > Schools & Centres Offering Tamil

D - 1

Reference E > Schools with Special Needs Facilities/Resources

E - 1

Reference F > Guide to S1 Internet System

F - 1

Reference G > School Information Table

G – 1

Reference H > Information on Specialised Schools for Normal (Technical) Students

H – 1

Reference I > Information on Schools Participating in the S1 Posting Exercise (2013)

I - 1

SECTION I: GENERAL INFORMATION
SECTION I: GENERAL INFORMATION

SECTION I: GENERAL INFORMATION

SECTION I: GENERAL INFORMATION

1 OVERVIEW

1.1 Primary Six (P6) students from mainstream primary schools can seek secondary school admission through the Secondary One (S1) Posting Exercise or the Direct School Admission-Secondary (DSA-Sec) Exercise. This booklet provides information on how to participate in the S1 Posting Exercise.

1.2 All students who pass the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) are eligible to participate in the S1 Posting Exercise. This is with the exception of those who are successful in the DSA-Sec Exercise and do not qualify for any eligibility such as Third Language and/or Course Option based on their PSLE results. Students are posted to secondary schools based on merit according to three criteria: student’s PSLE results, their choices of schools and the vacancies available in the schools.

1.3 The DSA-Sec Exercise provides students the opportunity to demonstrate a more diverse range of achievements and talents which could be considered by the participating schools in their application for secondary school admission. The DSA- Sec Exercise aims to promote holistic education by giving participating schools greater flexibility in selecting students while holding to the key principles of transparency and meritocracy. For more information, please refer to the MOE website at www.moe.gov.sg/education/admissions/dsa-sec.

2 S1 POSTING EXERCISE

2.1 The S1 Posting Exercise comprises the following three phases:

a. S1 Option Phase – this phase is for parents to submit their child’s S1 options and/or secondary school choices.

b. School Posting Phase – this phase is for the posting of students to secondary schools taking into consideration their PSLE results, choices of schools and available vacancies.

c. Posting Results Release Phase – this phase is for the release of the school posting results. Students are to report to their posted secondary schools on the next working day after the release of the posting results.

2.2 P6 students who have applied to the Singapore Sports School (SSP) must participate in the S1 Posting Exercise as well. Upon release of the S1 posting results, these students may then seek a formal school transfer from their posted mainstream secondary school to the SSP. This will facilitate their re-admission to the posted mainstream secondary school provided to them under the S1 Posting Exercise, should they decide to leave the SSP subsequently.

MORE PATHWAYS FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

2.3 With the expansion of the Integrated Programme (IP) 1 , a greater variety of secondary schools are offering the IP at Secondary One.

2.4 The following schools offer both the IP and General Cambridge Examination (GCE) Ordinary (‘O’) Level Programme. Students can opt for either of the programmes (IP or ‘O’ Level) in these schools. Each of these programmes will have its specific cut-

1 MOE announced an expansion of the Integrated Programme to more secondary schools on 1 September, 2010. The press release is at http://www.moe.gov.sg/media/press/2010/09/more-pathways-secondary-schools.php. The IP secondary schools will offer both IP and ‘O’ Level Programme.

off points (COP). Note that affiliation considerations will only be given for admission into the ‘O’ Level Programme, and not the IP.

Secondary School Name

Option Code

Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)

7001

Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) – Integrated Programme

9161

Catholic High School

7102

Catholic High School – Integrated Programme

9131

Cedar Girls’ Secondary School

3004

Cedar Girls’ Secondary School – Integrated Programme

9152

CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls’ School

7118

CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls’ School – Integrated Programme

9134

Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary)

7030

Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary) – Integrated Programme

9162

Singapore Chinese Girls’ School

7014

Singapore Chinese Girls’ School – Integrated Programme

9132

St. Joseph’s Institution

7020

St. Joseph’s Institution – Integrated Programme

9141

Victoria School

3014

Victoria School – Integrated Programme

9151

2.5 Students who are interested in both the IP and ‘O’ Level Programmes offered by dual track schools are required to choose the option codes from both programmes respectively. For a student who has chosen IP from School A as his/her first choice but is unsuccessful, he/she will not be posted automatically to the ‘O’ Level Programme in School A unless the student chooses School A’s ‘O’ Level Programme as the second choice and meets the COP. Similarly, for a student who has chosen ‘O’ Level Programme from School A as his/her first choice and is successfully posted, he/she will not be considered for the IP in School A even if he/she meets the IP COP.

2.6 Spectra Secondary School (SSS), the second Specialised School for Normal (Technical) (SSNT) students, will admit students from January 2014. Together with Crest Secondary School (CSS), there are now two SSNT (see Reference H). Students who are interested to enrol in CSS or SSS should apply to the school directly. Students who have applied to CSS or SSS will still be required to participate in the S1 Posting Exercise to opt for their school choices. Students who are successfully admitted into CSS or SSS will be informed via letter and Short Messaging System (SMS) and will not be posted to another school under the S1 Posting Exercise. Students who have applied to CSS or SSS but are not successful will continue to be posted to a secondary school under the S1 Posting Exercise.

3

DSA-SEC EXERCISE - SCHOOL ALLOCATION OUTCOME

3.1 P6 students who have participated in the DSA-Sec Exercise will be informed of the school allocation results, together with the release of the PSLE results.

SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS

3.2 Successful DSA students will be informed of the DSA school they have been admitted to through their primary schools. They will not be allowed to participate in the centralised S1 Posting Exercise. Students who have been successfully allocated to a secondary school under DSA-Sec Exercise are also not allowed to transfer school after the release of the PSLE results as they are expected to honour their commitment to their posted DSA schools for the duration of the programme that they are admitted into. Similarly, successful SSP DSA students are not allowed to transfer to another school, except to their posted secondary school provided to them under the S1 Posting Exercise.

3.3 Successful DSA students who are eligible for and wish to offer a Third Language must exercise their Third Language options by submitting their S1 Option Form via the S1 Internet System (S1-IS) or through their primary school.

3.4 Successful DSA students with PSLE results within the Express/Normal (Academic) course option band or the Normal (Academic)/Normal (Technical) course option band must opt for a course by submitting their S1 Option via the S1-IS or through their primary school. If no options are made, it would be assumed that the student would like to be admitted to the more academically-demanding course i.e. Express course for the Express/Normal (Academic) course option band and Normal (Academic) course for the Normal (Academic)/Normal (Technical) course option band.

UNSUCCESSFUL STUDENTS

3.5 During the release of the PSLE results, unsuccessful DSA students will be notified that none of the DSA schools they had indicated a preference for are able to offer them a place. Hence, they will be able to participate in the centralised S1 Posting Exercise to opt for their choices of schools. They must indicate their school choices in the S1 Posting Exercise by submitting their S1 Option via the S1-IS or through their primary school. These students will be able to opt for their preferred schools, including schools that had not been able to offer them a place under the DSA-Sec Exercise.

SECTION II: S1 OPTION PHASE
SECTION II: S1 OPTION PHASE

SECTION II: S1 OPTION PHASE

SECTION II: S1 OPTION PHASE

4 S1 OPTION FORM & ELIGIBILITY LETTER

S1 OPTION FORM

4.1 P6 students who pass the PSLE will each receive a personalised S1 Option Form (see Reference A for a sample) together with their PSLE results slip. This is with the exception of those who are successful in the DSA-Sec Exercise and do not qualify for any eligibility such as Third Language and/or Course Option based on their PSLE results.

4.2 Students are required to complete the S1 Option Form together with their parents. The form must be sealed when first received as it contains a unique password (S1 PIN) for parents to submit their child’s S1 options through the S1 Internet System (S1-IS). Parents should inform their child’s primary school immediately if the form is not sealed. To prevent any unauthorised access to the S1-IS, parents should keep the S1 PIN confidential.

4.3 Parents and students who are not in Singapore to collect their child’s PSLE results slip and S1 Option Form may authorise a proxy to collect them from their child’s primary

school.

ELIGIBILITY LETTER

4.4 Students, including those successful in the DSA-Sec Exercise, who are eligible for

any of the following will automatically be informed of their eligibility via their personalised Eligibility Letter, which they will receive together with their S1 Option

Form.

a. Express/Normal

Students who just meet the qualifying PSLE aggregate for the Express course will be given an alternative option to take up the Normal (Academic) course. Students who just meet the qualifying PSLE aggregate for the Normal (Academic) course will be given an alternative option to take up the Normal (Technical) course. PSLE students who are in these categories must exercise their course options in the S1 Option Form and submit the form either electronically via the S1-IS or physically to the child’s primary school.

(Academic)

and

Normal

(Academic)/Normal

(Technical)

b. Bonus Points for Admission to Special Assistance Plan (SAP) Schools - Students in the top 30% of the PSLE cohort who take Higher Chinese at the PSLE will be given bonus points for admission to SAP schools according to the following table:

Higher Chinese Grade

Bonus Point

Distinction

3

Merit

2

Pass

1

c. Higher Mother Tongue Language (HMTL) - Students may opt to offer HMTL (viz. Higher Chinese/ Higher Malay/ Higher Tamil) from S1 onwards if they offer MTL or HMTL at the PSLE and are in the

Top 10% of the PSLE cohort; or

Top 11% - 30% of the PSLE cohort and meet the language criteria i.e. an A* grade in the MTL or at least a Merit in HMTL.

Interested students can apply to offer HMTL when they report to their secondary school in late December. They will attend HMTL lessons at their school if the school offers the course, or in a designated centre if the school

does not (see Reference B for the list of schools and designated centres offering HMTL).

[For information: A student who obtains a grade of A1 to C6 for both English and HMTL at the GCE ‘O’ Level Examination and qualifies for admission to a Junior College (JC)/Millennia Institute (MI) will be given a concession of two points in his/her application to the JC/MI of his/her choice via the Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE).]

d. Third Language - Eligible students may apply to offer a Third Language viz. Chinese (Special Programme) [CSP]/Malay (Special Programme) [MSP]/Bahasa Indonesia (BI) /Arabic/French/German/Japanese/Spanish from S1 onwards. Interested students should exercise their Third Language option(s). In the event that the number of applicants for the Third Language exceeds the vacancies available, selection will be based on each applicant’s PSLE results.

[For information: A student who obtains a grade of A1 to C6 for CSP/MSP/BI at the GCE ‘O’ Level Examination and qualifies for admission to a JC/MI will be given a concession of two points in his/her application to the JC/MI of his/her choice via the JAE. A student who offers CSP/MSP/BI in the GCE ‘O’ Level Examination will be allowed to use the respective CSP/MSP/BI grade in lieu of a Humanities subject grade for admission to the JC/MI.]

e. Edusave Entrance Scholarships for Independent Schools (EESIS) - Students who are Singapore Citizens (SC) and meet the academic requirements based on their PSLE results will be offered the EESIS if they are successfully admitted to an Independent School (IS) at S1.

P6 Gifted Education Programme (GEP) students who are SC and have met the GEP promotion criteria will be offered the EESIS if they are successfully admitted and enrolled in the Integrated Programme (IP) of an IS at S1 (refer to http://www.moe.gov.sg/initiatives/edusave/funds-grants-awards/eesis/ for these IS/IP).

f. Singapore-MOE Award (SMA) – P6 GEP students who are not SC and have met the GEP promotion criteria will be offered the SMA if they are successfully admitted

to

http://www.moe.gov.sg/education/scholarships/moe-preu/singapore-moe-

and

enrolled

in

the

IP

of

an

IS

at

S1

(refer

award/ for these IS/IP).

g. GEP Fees Subsidy – P6 GEP students who have met the GEP promotion criteria will be eligible for the GEP Fees Subsidy tenable at these ISs offering the dual track: Anglo-Chinese School (Independent), Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary), Singapore Chinese Girls’ School and St. Joseph’s Institution. They will be offered the subsidy if they are successfully admitted to the ‘O’ Level Programme of the mentioned ISs at S1.

5 CONSIDERATIONS WHEN MAKING S1 OPTIONS & CHOOSING SCHOOLS

5.1 In making S1 options and choosing secondary schools for their child, parents may consider the following factors amongst others:

a. Academic Performance of the Child and Previous Year’s Posting Aggregate Ranges of Schools - Parents may wish to opt for schools that take in students with an academic ability comparable to that of their child’s. They may refer to the PSLE aggregate ranges of the previous cohort of PSLE students posted to S1 in each school as a guide (see Reference I). The PSLE aggregate ranges for schools are not pre-determined before posting, and can vary from year to year, depending on students’ PSLE results and their school choices.

Parents may wish to include secondary schools that offer the respective HMTL in their school choices, if their child is eligible based on PSLE performance and wishes to offer HMTL in secondary school (see Reference B for a list of schools/designated centres and Language Centres offering the respective HMTL).

b. Distance - Parents may want to consider schools near their home so that it will be more convenient for their child to travel to and from school (see Reference C for the schools listed by area).

c. Affiliated Schools - Some secondary schools have affiliated primary schools. Students of such primary schools, who want to continue education in the affiliated secondary school, must indicate that school as their first choice in order to enjoy priority for admission to that school. Being accorded priority for admission to affiliated secondary schools does not guarantee admission, as it is subject to the availability of places in these schools. Furthermore, some secondary schools may set additional qualifying criteria for admission of students from their affiliated primary schools.

[Note: For dual track schools offering both IP and ‘O’ Level Programme, affiliation considerations will only be given for the ‘O’ Level Programme. Affiliation will be

given

i. ‘O’ Level Programme of the affiliated dual track school as the first choice or ii. IP of the affiliated dual track school as the first choice and the ‘O’ Level Programme of the affiliated dual track school as the second choice

for

the

‘O’

Level

Programme

if

the

student

indicates:

An example of the affiliation priority for dual track schools is shown. Assuming that Primary School A is affiliated to Secondary School A:

 

School Choices Made by Affiliated Primary School Students

Affiliation

Scenario

Priority?

1

1 st Choice: Secondary School A

Yes

 

2 nd Choice: Secondary School A – Integrated Programme

No

2

1 st Choice: Secondary School A – Integrated Programme

No

 

2 nd Choice: Secondary School A

Yes

3

1 st Choice: Secondary School B – Integrated Programme

No

 

2 nd Choice: Secondary School A

No

d. Special Assistance Plan (SAP) Schools - SAP schools nurture students to be proficient in both English Language (EL) and Chinese Language (CL), and to have a good understanding and appreciation of Chinese culture. Students who have taken both EL and CL at the PSLE may opt for SAP schools during the S1 posting exercise, and they may be posted to these schools if they meet the school’s cut-off PSLE aggregate. Students posted to SAP secondary schools should offer HCL (or CL, if available) to enable them to participate meaningfully in SAP school programmes (see Reference C for the list of SAP schools).

e. Programmes/Schemes

various

programmes and schemes offered in the secondary schools (e.g. Music Elective Programme, Art Elective Programme). Students may wish to include schools that offer the programmes/schemes that they are interested in as their school choices. Please refer to the “Secondary School Education” booklet for more information on these programmes/schemes. For example, students who wish to

Offered

by

Secondary

Schools

-

There

are

offer Tamil Language (TL) within curriculum time should include schools offering it (see Reference D for the list of schools offering TL).

f.

Special Needs of the Child - Some secondary schools have special facilities and/or resources to support students with special needs (e.g. physical disabilities, hearing impairment, visual impairment, and mild special educational needs like autistic spectrum disorder and dyslexia). Parents may wish to include such schools in their choices, if their child requires such special support (see Reference E for the list of such schools).

6 SUBMISSION OF S1 OPTION

6.1 Parents are advised to indicate all the six secondary school choices, in order of preference.

6.2 Parents are advised to complete their child’s S1 Option Form by indicating the secondary school and eligibility options, where applicable, prior to submission.

6.3 Parents can submit the completed S1 Option either electronically via the S1-IS or physically to their child’s primary school during the S1 Option Phase (see paragraph 10.1 for important dates).

SUBMISSION ONLINE VIA S1 INTERNET SYSTEM (S1-IS)

6.4 Parents can submit their child’s secondary school and eligibility options via the S1- IS accessible at www.moe.gov.sg/education/admissions/secondary-one-posting/. They can log on to the S1-IS anywhere (with internet access) and at anytime within the S1 Option Phase; such parents need not make a physical trip to their child’s primary school (see Reference F for a step-by-step guide on using the S1-IS).

6.5 Parents are strongly advised to print and retain a copy of the Verification Slip (VS) after submitting their child’s options on the S1-IS. Parents should note that if they are unable to view the VS, their child’s options may not have been submitted. In such cases, parents should log on to the S1-IS again to confirm the status of their submission.

SUBMISSION PHYSICALLY VIA PRIMARY SCHOOL

6.6 Parents, including those without internet access, may also submit the completed S1 Option Form to their child’s primary school during the S1 Option Phase. Parents are advised to ensure that the entries in the S1 Option Form are correct and legible.

6.7 Parents who require assistance in completing the S1 Option may seek assistance from their child’s primary school. The school staff will key in the options into the system and issue a Verification Slip (VS) endorsed with the school stamp. Parents should check the VS to ensure that the options entered are correct and inform the school staff immediately if there are any discrepancies. Parents are to sign on the VS after checking.

6.8 Parents who are not in Singapore to submit their child’s secondary school and eligibility options may authorise a proxy to submit the completed S1 Option Form to their child’s primary school on their behalf.

SECTION III: SCHOOL POSTING & POSTING RESULTS RELEASE PHASES
SECTION III: SCHOOL POSTING & POSTING RESULTS RELEASE PHASES

SECTION III: SCHOOL POSTING & POSTING RESULTS RELEASE PHASES

SECTION III: SCHOOL POSTING & POSTING RESULTS RELEASE PHASES

7 SCHOOL POSTING PHASE

7.1 Students are posted to secondary schools based on merit first according to their PSLE aggregate scores rounded to the nearest whole number. A student with better rounded aggregate score will be considered for admission first, subject to the availability of vacancies in the selected school. If there is no more vacancy, then the student will be considered for his/her next choice school(s).

7.2 In situations where there are two or more students with the same rounded aggregate score vying for the last place in a school, they will be posted based on their citizenship status (i.e. Singapore Citizens, then Singapore Permanent Residents, then International Students). If there is still a tie, say between two Singapore Citizens, the one with the higher unrounded aggregate score will be posted into the school first. If there is still a tie between two citizens with the same unrounded aggregate score, then posting into the school will be determined by a computerised ballot where each candidate is given an equal opportunity.

7.3 Students who fail to get a place in any of their choice of schools will be posted to a school near their home which still has vacancies. However, they must have met the school’s lowest PSLE aggregate. As such, parents are advised to update the primary school of any changes in official residential address by the end of PSLE.

7.4 Students who indicate their affiliated secondary school as their first choice will enjoy priority for admission to that school. Being accorded priority for admission to affiliated secondary schools does not guarantee admission, as it is subject to the availability of places in these schools. Furthermore, some secondary schools may set additional qualifying criteria for admission of students from their affiliated primary schools.

8 POSTING RESULTS RELEASE PHASE

8.1 The school posting results will be released in late December. Students are to report to their posted secondary schools on the next working day after the release of the posting results.

8.2 Parents and students will be able to check the posting results via any of the following channels:

a. Short Messaging System (SMS) via applicant’s local mobile number (if provided by applicants during the S1 Option Phase)

b. S1-IS (www.moe.gov.sg/education/admissions/secondary-one-posting/)

c. Going to the child’s primary school

9 APPEAL FOR TRANSFER AFTER POSTING

9.1 MOE will consider appeals for transfer after the S1 Posting Exercise. Such transfers are subject to availability of vacancies and will only be considered for students with:

a. Serious medical conditions (e.g. chronic heart conditions, kidney problems)

b. Dyslexia and Autistic Spectrum Disorder

c. Physical disabilities (e.g. using wheelchair, crutches)

9.2

Such students should first report at the secondary school that they were posted to on the next working day after the release of posting results, and apply for school transfer there. All applications must be accompanied with the relevant supporting

documents.

9.3 The results of the appeals will only be made known to applicants in early January. Applicants should continue to attend lessons at their posted school while waiting for the results of the appeal. Applicants may check the outcome of their appeals with the secondary school that they were posted to.

10 IMPORTANT DATES

10.1 Below are some important dates (tentative) for 2013 PSLE students:

Key Event

Date

Release of PSLE Results

 

Between 22 November 2013 and 25 November 2013

Submission of Options

   

a. Via S1 Internet System

calendar days starting from the release of PSLE results (e.g. if PSLE results are released on 22 November, options can be submitted from 22 November to 28 November).

7

S1-IS is accessible 24 hours starting from 12noon on the first day until 3pm on the last day of S1 Option Phase.

b. Via Primary School

 

working days starting from the release of PSLE results (e.g. if PSLE results are released on 22 November,

5

 

options can be submitted from 22 November to 28 November). Primary schools will not be opened on weekends.

Submission starts from 12noon to 3pm on the first day; and 9am to 3pm on the last day of S1 Option Phase.

For students who missed the one week period for submission of options, they can approach the primary schools for assistance the day after the submission closes, from 9am to 12pm. This half day submission is only for new submissions of S1 school choices and not for amendments to submitted options.

Release

of

S1

Posting

20

December 2013 (tentative)

Results

Students

to

report

to

23

December 2013 at 8.30am (tentative)

secondary

schools

for

registration

 

10.2 The above information is provided to help parents plan their year-end schedule. If, for one reason or another, the students and parents are not in Singapore during the S1 Posting Exercise, the parents can authorise a proxy to act on their behalf to (i) collect their child’s PSLE results and S1 Option Form from their child’s primary school and/or (ii) submit the completed S1 Option Form to their child’s primary school. For collection and submission at the primary school, the proxy would be required to produce the following documents for verification:

a. Completed Proxy Form from the parent of the student (attached at front of this booklet)

b. Photocopy of the parents’ NRIC (both sides)

c. Photocopy of the Birth Certificate of the student

d. Photocopy of the proxy’s NRIC (both sides). Proxy is required to produce his/her original NRIC at the school when requested.

r e f e r e n c e

A >

SAMPLE OF S1 OPTION FORM

The following shows a sample of the S1 Option Form.

r e f e r e n c e A > SAMPLE OF S1 OPTION FORM

r e f e r e n c e

B >

SCHOOLS & CENTRES OFFERING HIGHER MOTHER TONGUE, CHINESE (SPECIAL PROGRAMME) & MALAY (SPECIAL PROGRAMME)

The following table lists the schools and designated centres that offer Higher Mother Tongue Language [HMTL, i.e. Higher Chinese Language (HCL), Higher Malay Language (HML) and Higher Tamil Language (HTL)], Chinese (Special Programme) [CSP] and Malay (Special Programme) [MSP].

Students offering HMTL/CSP/MSP will attend lessons at their own secondary school during curriculum time, if the school offers it (schools denoted by “” and “#” in table below). Otherwise, they will attend lessons in a designated centre outside curriculum time (schools denoted by “#” are the designated centres).

Secondary schools have the flexibility to allow students who do not meet the criteria to offer HMTL to do so, if such students are assessed to have exceptional ability in MTL and are able to do HMTL without affecting their performance in other subjects. Schools/Designated centres offering CSP and MSP conduct lessons twice a week for two hours per session outside curriculum time.

S/No

School/Centre

HCL

HML

HTL

CSP

MSP

1.

Admiralty Sec Sch

     

2.

Ahmad Ibrahim Sec Sch

       

3.

Anderson Sec Sch

#

   

4.

Ang Mo Kio Sec Sch

#

       

5.

Anglican High Sch

     

6.

Anglo-Chinese Sch (Independent)

 

7.

Assumption English Sch

       

8.

Balestier Hill Sec Sch

 

   

9.

Beatty Sec Sch

#

       

10.

Bedok Green Sec Sch

       

11.

Bedok North Sec Sch

       

12.

Bedok View Sec Sch

       

13.

Bishan Park Sec Sch

       

14.

Bowen Sec Sch

   

15.

Bukit Batok Sec Sch

     

#

16.

Bukit Merah Sec Sch

       

17.

Bukit Panjang Govt High Sch

#

     

18.

Bukit View Sec Sch

       

19.

Canberra Sec Sch

       

20.

Catholic High Sch

       

21.

Cedar Girls' Sec Sch

22.

Changkat Changi Sec Sch

     

#

 

23.

Chestnut Drive Sec Sch

       

24.

CHIJ Katong Convent

       

25.

CHIJ Sec (Toa Payoh)

       

26.

CHIJ St. Joseph’s Convent

       

27.

CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls' Sch

       

28.

CHIJ St. Theresa’s Convent

   

29.

Chong Boon Sec Sch

       

30.

Christ Church Sec Sch

       

31.

Chua Chu Kang Sec Sch

   

32.

Chung Cheng High Sch (Main)

     

33.

Chung Cheng High Sch (Yishun)

       

34.

Clementi Town Sec Sch

#

 

35.

Commonwealth Sec Sch

#

   

36.

Crescent Girls' Sch

#

#

 

37.

Damai Sec Sch

       

38.

Deyi Sec Sch

       

S/No

School/Centre

HCL

HML

HTL

CSP

MSP

39.

Dunearn Sec Sch

       

40.

Dunman High Sch

     

41.

Dunman Sec Sch

   

42.

East Spring Sec Sch

     

43.

Edgefield Sec Sch

       

44.

Evergreen Sec Sch

     

45.

Fairfield Methodist Sch (Sec)

       

46.

Fajar Sec Sch

       

47.

Fuchun Sec Sch

       

48.

Fuhua Sec Sch

       

49.

Gan Eng Seng Sch

       

50.

Geylang Methodist Sch (Sec)

       

51.

Greendale Sec Sch

     

52.

Greenridge Sec Sch

       

53.

Greenview Sec Sch

     

54.

Guangyang Sec Sch

       

55.

Hai Sing Catholic Sch

       

56.

Holy Innocents’ High Sch

     

57.

Hong Kah Sec Sch

   

58.

Hua Yi Sec Sch

       

59.

Hwa Chong Institution

     

60.

Jurong Sec Sch

       

61.

Jurong West Sec Sch

   

#

   

62.

Jurongville Sec Sch

     

63.

Kranji Sec Sch

     

64.

Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Sec Sch

 

   

65.

Manjusri Sec Sch

       

66.

Maris Stella High Sch

       

67.

Marsiling Sec Sch

   

#

   

68.

Mayflower Sec Sch

       

69.

Methodist Girls' Sch (Sec)

   

70.

Nan Chiau High Sch

     

71.

Nan Hua High Sch

     

72.

Nanyang Girls' High Sch

     

73.

National Junior College

   

74.

New Town Sec Sch

       

75.

Ngee Ann Sec Sch

#

     

76.

North Vista Sec Sch

     

77.

Outram Sec Sch

       

78.

Pasir Ris Sec Sch

     

79.

Pasir Ris Crest Sec Sch

 

#

   

80.

Paya Lebar Methodist Girls' Sch (Sec)

 

   

81.

Pei Hwa Sec Sch

       

82.

Peicai Sec Sch

       

83.

Peirce Sec Sch

       

84.

Ping Yi Sec Sch

       

85.

Pioneer Sec Sch

   

86.

Presbyterian High Sch

       

87.

Punggol Sec Sch

       

88.

Queenstown Sec Sch

       

89.

Queensway Sec Sch

       

90.

Raffles Girls' Sch (Sec)

91.

Raffles Institution

 

92.

Regent Sec Sch

       

93.

River Valley High Sch

       

94.

Riverside Sec Sch

   

95.

Seng Kang Sec Sch

       

96.

Serangoon Sec Sch

       

97.

Serangoon Garden Sec Sch

       

98.

Siglap Sec Sch

     

99.

Singapore Chinese Girls' Sch

     

S/No

School/Centre

HCL

HML

HTL

CSP

MSP

100.

Springfield Sec Sch

     

101.

St. Andrew’s Sec Sch

 

   

102.

St. Anthony’s Canossian Sec Sch

       

103.

St. Hilda’s Sec Sch

       

104.

St. Joseph's Institution

   

105.

St. Margaret’s Sec Sch

 

   

106.

Swiss Cottage Sec Sch

   

107.

Tampines Sec Sch

       

#

108.

Tanglin Sec Sch

       

109.

Tanjong Katong Girls' Sch

   

110.

Tanjong Katong Sec Sch

#

     

111.

Teck Whye Sec Sch

 

   

112.

Temasek Junior College

   

113.

Temasek Sec Sch

#

   

114.

Unity Sec Sch

   

115.

Victoria Sch

 

116.

West Spring Sec Sch

       

117.

Westwood Sec Sch

       

118.

Whitley Sec Sch

       

119.

Woodgrove Sec Sch

       

120.

Woodlands Sec Sch

       

121.

Woodlands Ring Sec Sch

       

122.

Xinmin Sec Sch

     

123.

Yio Chu Kang Sec Sch

       

124.

Yishun Sec Sch

       

125.

Yishun Town Sec Sch

       

126.

Yuan Ching Sec Sch

       

127.

Yuhua Sec Sch

       

128.

Yusof Ishak Sec Sch

     

129.

Yuying Sec Sch

       

130.

Zhenghua Sec Sch

       

131.

Zhonghua Sec Sch

     

#

132.

MOE Language Centre (Bishan)

 

#

   

#

133.

Umar Pulavar Tamil Language Centre

   

#

   
 

Total

127

43

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KEY INFORMATION ON SCHOOLS

The following table lists the schools that are participating in the S1 Posting Exercise, and indicates (i) the area where they are located; (ii) the school code; (iii) if they are Independent Schools (IS), Autonomous Schools (AS), Special Assistance Plan (SAP) schools or Niche Schools (NS); and (iv) the key programmes they offer such as Integrated Programme (IP), Art Elective Programme (AEP) and Music Elective Programme (MEP). For more detailed information on the schools, please refer to the individual schools’ profile in Reference I or the MOE website at http://sis.moe.gov.sg/.

Area

School

 

School

IS

AS

SAP

 

NS

Programme

Code

Ang Mo Kio

Anderson Sec Sch

3001

 

     

Ang Mo Kio Sec Sch

3026

       

(Concert Band)

 

CHIJ St.

‘O’ Level Programme

7118

 

 

MEP

Nicholas

     

Girls' Sch

Integrated Programme

9134

   

IP, MEP

Chong Boon Sec Sch

3057

       

(Environmental

 
 

Education)

Deyi Sec Sch

3228

     

(Performing Arts)

 

Mayflower Sec Sch

3031

     

(Modern and Ethnic Dance)

 

Presbyterian High Sch

7308

     

(Uniformed Groups;

 
 

Volleyball)

Yio Chu Kang Sec Sch

3222

     

(Performing Arts)

 

Bedok

Anglican High Sch

7101

 

   

Bedok Green Sec Sch

3069

     

(Performing Arts)

 

Bedok North Sec Sch

3033

     

(Performing Arts)

 

Bedok South Sec Sch

3027

     

(Uniformed Groups)

 

Bedok Town Sec Sch

3229

         

Bedok View Sec Sch

3225

     

(Uniformed Groups)

 

Damai Sec Sch

3056

       

(Water Sports)

 

Ping Yi Sec Sch

3231

     

(Design Education)

 

St. Anthony's Canossian Sec Sch

7016

 

     

St. Patrick's Sch

7022

       

(Military Band)

 

Temasek Sec Sch

3030

 

     

Temasek Junior College

0702

       

IP, MEP

Victoria

‘O’ Level Programme

3014

 

   

AEP

Sch

Integrated Programme

9151

IP, AEP

Bishan

Bishan Park Sec Sch

3054

       

(Arts)

 

Catholic

‘O’ Level Programme

7102

 

 

MEP

High Sch

Integrated Programme

9131

IP, MEP

Guangyang Sec Sch

3238

         

Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Sec Sch

7028

         

Peirce Sec Sch

3061

     

(Uniformed Groups)

 

Raffles Institution

3009

     

IP, ^MEP

Whitley Sec Sch

3015

         

Area

School

 

School

IS

AS

SAP

 

NS

Programme

Code

Bukit Batok

Bukit Batok Sec Sch

3044

     

(Thinking Strategies)

 

Bukit View Sec Sch

3040

     

(Environmental

 
 

Science)

Dunearn Sec Sch

3503

         

Hillgrove Sec Sch

3048

       

(Flight and

 

Aerospace)

Swiss Cottage Sec Sch

3304

         

Yusof Ishak Sec Sch

3307

     

(Performing Arts)

 

Bukit Merah

Bukit Merah Sec Sch

3203

       

(Floorball)

 

CHIJ St. Theresa's Convent

7023

       

(Hockey;

 

Problem Solving)

Crescent Girls' Sch

3005

 

   

MEP

         

(Uniformed Groups;

 

Gan Eng Seng Sch

3006

Canoeing and Dragon Boating)

Henderson Sec Sch

3016

       

(Design and

 

Innovation)

Bukit

Assumption English Sch

7002

         

Panjang

Chestnut Drive Sec Sch

3206

         

Fajar Sec Sch

3064

         

Greenridge Sec Sch

3051

         

West Spring Sec Sch

3067

     

(Air Pistol; Media Literacy)

 

Zhenghua Sec Sch

3617

     

(Uniformed Groups)

 

Bukit Timah

Hwa Chong Institution

0806

 

 

IP, ^AEP

Methodist

‘O’ Level Programme

7030

       

^MEP

Girls' Sch

     

(Sec)

Integrated Programme

9162

 

# IP, ^MEP

Nanyang Girls' High Sch

7114

 

 

IP, ^AEP

National Junior College

0701

       

IP, AEP

St. Margaret's Sec Sch

7021

 

     

Central

         

(Rock-Climbing;

 

Outram Sec Sch

3215

Business and

Enterprise)

Raffles Girls' Sch (Sec)

3008

     

IP, ^MEP

Choa Chu

Bukit Panjang Govt High Sch

3204

 

   

AEP

Kang

Chua Chu Kang Sec Sch

3055

         

Kranji Sec Sch

3065

       

(Thinking

 

Curriculum)

Regent Sec Sch

3618

     

(Concert Band)

 

Teck Whye Sec Sch

3403

     

(Hockey; Design

 
 

Thinking)

Unity Sec Sch

3611

       

(Basketball;

 

Uniformed Groups)

Clementi

Clementi Town Sec Sch

3029

     

(Uniformed Groups)

 

Clementi Woods Sec Sch

3404

         

Kent Ridge Sec Sch

3619

         

Nan Hua High Sch

3047

 

   

Tanglin Sec Sch

3511

         

Area

School

 

School

IS

AS

SAP

 

NS

Programme

Code

Geylang

Broadrick Sec Sch

3202

     

(Entrepreneurship

 

and Innovation)

Geylang Methodist Sch (Sec)

7005

         

MacPherson Sec Sch

3212

         

Manjusri Sec Sch

7307

       

(Wushu)

 

Hougang

Bowen Sec Sch

3043

     

(Band – Display, Concert)

 

Holy Innocents’ High Sch

7108

     

(Journalism and

 
 

Broadcasting)

Hougang Sec Sch

3046

         

Montfort Sec Sch

7011

       

(Badminton)

 

Paya Lebar Methodist Girls' Sch (Sec)

7026

 

     

Serangoon Sec Sch

3010

         

Xinmin Sec Sch

3050

 

     

Yuying Sec Sch

7027

         

Jurong East

Commonwealth Sec Sch

3012

 

     

Jurongville Sec Sch

3063

       

(Sports)

 

Shuqun Sec Sch

3234

       

(Volleyball)

 

Jurong West

Boon Lay Sec Sch

3224

         

Fuhua Sec Sch

3614

       

(Robotics;

 

Uniformed Groups)

Hong Kah Sec Sch

3060

       

(Soccer)

 

Hua Yi Sec Sch

3226

     

(Design Thinking)

 

Jurong Sec Sch

3211

     

(Basketball; Field

 
 

Studies)

Jurong West Sec Sch

3068

     

(Uniformed Groups)

 

Juying Sec Sch

3066

         

Pioneer Sec Sch

3062

         

River Valley High Sch

3103

 

 

IP

Westwood Sec Sch

3620

     

(Innovation and

 

Social Enterprise)

Yuan Ching Sec Sch

3223

     

(Dragon Boating)

 

Yuhua Sec Sch

3019

       

(Concert Band)

 

Kallang

Bendemeer Sec Sch

3021

     

(National Education)