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5.30 pm Light refreshment (School Canteen/College Breakfast area) Welcome address by Deputy Principals (Auditorium: NYGH, DSA, JAE; Hall: HCI (HS)) Intelligent School Portal (ISP) Demonstration 7.30 pm 8.15 pm 9.00 pm Civics Tutors meet Parents in classrooms Viewing of Inter-Faculty Dance Competition End

6.30 pm

Parents Day Handbook

English version Copies already placed in your pigeon holes Chinese version Will be ready for collection from the college reception after 2pm today Handbooks must be distributed to the students on

14 Feb (Thurs) at morning assembly Soft copies will be made available to CTs on EMB and to parents on ISP

Meeting Parents in classrooms

Venues are available on the Handbook Please make your way to the venues when ISP briefing starts Handling queries Academic queries to academic PCs (Reading Room) Pastoral queries to Dir/Well-being, Faculty PCs/SCs/Ecs Mass session Manage time must end by 8.15pm latest FAQs Suggested materials to use



Errata (Page 7)
No Curriculum taken in JC 1 Minimum criteria Action recommended if criteria are not met Recommended curriculum in JC 2

4 H2 + 1 H1 (12 units)

Drop one non-contrasting subject.

4 H2 (11 units) Or 3 H2 + 1 H1 (10 units)

Pass in three H2 subjects and at least a sub-pass in the 4th H2 subject. (3 E + 1 S) 2 4 H2 (11 units) Down-grade one H2 subject to 3 H2 + 1 H1 H1 (10 units)

Academic Matters

Academic requirements are available in Parents handbook

GCE A-Level curriculum is more rigorous and structured

compared to O-level Adapt to lecture-tutorial system and learn independently

Science School-based Practical Assessment

Each science subject has 2 SPA assessments, one in

each year (administered by the school) Students will be prepared adequately during their school practical lessons JC1: Term 3; JC2: Term 2 A planning component is incorporated in the theory paper tested in the GCE A-level examinations

Project Work
Groupings (4 or 5 members) are randomised and

assigned by MOE The groups are expected to complete the task within 28 weeks where they will define the project focus, analyse and evaluate the information gathered, prepare an oral presentation and submit a written report. Students have to learn to work with one another and collaborate to achieve the goals of assessment Syllabus for A level subjects (H1 and H2) available at

Project Work Schedule

Date Term 1 Submissions Learning to work in groups, generate ideas based past year questions End of Term 1: Release of question paper (MOE)

Term 2
June holidays Term 3 Term 4

Mid April: Preliminary Ideas Mid May: Group Project Proposal

Evaluate materials, carry out trials, interviews etc End of July: Evaluation of materials Mid Oct: Written Report and Insights & Reflections 31 Oct 8 Nov: Oral Presentations

Class Timetable & CCA matters

Please collect a copy of the class timetable Wednesday (after 2.30 pm) and Friday (after 4pm) are

CCA days CCA provides the platform for students to pursue their passion and be actively engaged in the planning and execution of the activities March May: Intensive preparation for Singapore Youth Festival (performing groups) and National Competitions (sports) Please monitor the physical and mental health of your child, and work with CT or CCA teachers-in-charge to achieve a balance in studies and CCA OCIP trips in June & Nov/Dec (limited no. of places, some subsidy will be given to citizens and PRs)

Discipline matters
The school rules are in place to develop aspects of

accountability and personal responsibility in the child and towards other people Your child should be in school by 7.30 am and should not leave school before 1 pm Standards in attendance, attire and behaviour are upheld by the school and demerit points may be given for poor behaviour Demerit points affect the conduct grade printed on the school transcript which universities and scholarship boards insist on receiving

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