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    Meet the Parents 2011 Sec 4NA (26 May 2011) Meet the Parents 2011 Sec 4NA (26 May 2011) Presentation Transcript

    • Welcome to Damai Secondary School Parent Teacher Meeting Sec 4NA (26 May 2011)
    • Objectives of Meet-The-Parents Session
      • To communicate school programmes planned for graduating classes.
      • To harness support from parents to work hand-in-hand with school.
      • To highlight to pupils the urgency of starting preparation early.
      • To share on N(A) exam requirements for post-secondary courses.
      • To create awareness of progression and career opportunities.
    • Outline of Presentation
      • 2010 GCE ‘N’ Level exam results
      • Overview of 2011 Mid Year Exam Results
      • Promotion Criteria from 4NA to 5NA
      • Requirements for Post-Secondary Education
      • School Programmes (Sec 4NA)
      • School Initiatives / Expectations
      • Meeting with your son’s/daughter’s Form Teachers
    • 2010 GCE ‘N’ Level Examination Results
    • 2010 GCE ‘N’ Level Examination 4NA Pupils Promoted to 5NA: 73.0% (National: 70.9%)
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    • Overview of 2011 Mid Year Exam Results
    • Sec 4 Normal Acad (% pass)
    • Sec 4 Normal Acad (% pass)
    • Sec 4 Normal Acad (% pass)
    • Progression Opportunities After Sec 4 N(A)
    • Progression Opportunities Master National ITE Certificate (Master NITEC) National ITE Certificate (NITEC) GCE N(T) Level GCE N(A) Level GCE ‘O’ Level Preparatory Course Higher National ITE Certificate (Higher NITEC) Diploma Degree GCE ‘A’ Level
    • Criteria for Promotion from Sec 4 NA to Sec 5 NA
    • Promotion Criteria for Sec 4NA to Sec 5NA
      • a) Aggregate score of English, Maths and Best 3 (ELMAB3) subjects less than or equal 19
      • b) EL less than or equal Grade 5
    • Requirements for Admission to Post-secondary Education
      • Junior Colleges & Millennia Institute
    • Admission Requirements to JCs
      • Aggregate of 20 points or below for L1R5:
      • L1 English / Higher Mother Tongue
      • R1 Humanities
      • R2 Mathematics / Science
      • R3 Humanities / Mathematics / Science
      • R4 Any GCE ‘O’ Level subject (Art, D&T, F&N, Music etc; except RK & CCA)
      • R5 Any GCE ‘O’ Level subject (except
      • RK & CCA)
    • Admission Requirements to MI
      • Aggregate of 20 points or below for L1R4:
      • L1 English / Higher Mother Tongue
      • R1 Humanities / Mathematics / Science
      • R2 Humanities / Mathematics / Science
      • R3 Any GCE ‘O’ Level subject (Art, D&T, F&N,
      • Music etc; except RK) or CCA
      • R4 Any GCE ‘O’ Level subject (Art, D&T, F&N,
      • Music etc; except RK) or CCA
      • ** A1-A2 in CCA – 2 bonus points
      • B3- C6 in CCA – 1 bonus point
      • CCA may be used for computation of L1R4 if
      • requirements of EL, MTL & Maths are satisfied.
    • Example 1 : GCE O LEVEL RESULTS ENGLISH LANGUAGE B3 MOTHER TONGUE A2 PHYSICS B4 CHEMISTRY B4 E MATHEMATICS A1 A MATHEMATICS A2 COMBINED HUMANITIES B3 BIOLOGY A2 B3 A1 B3 A2 A2 Aggregate of L1R5 = 13 Student qualifies for JC Admission . A2
    • Example 2 : GCE O LEVEL RESULTS ENGLISH LANGUAGE B3 MOTHER TONGUE C5 SCIENCE D7 MATHEMATICS A2 POA E8 COMBINED HUMANITIES B3 D & T C6 B3 A2 B3 Aggregate of L1R5 = 26 Student does not quality for JC Admission . C5 C6 D7
    • http://sis.moe.gov.sg/schinfo/html/JCAggregateRange.htm L1R5 Aggregate Scores (With Bonus Points) of Students Admitted to JCs in 2010 Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE) S/NO Junior College Arts (Cut-Off Point) Science/IB (Cut-Off Point) 1 Anderson JC 9 8 2 Anglo-Chinese JC 7 7 3 ACS (Independent) - 5 4 Catholic JC 11 10 5 Hwa Chong Institution 3 3 6 Innova JC 20 20 7 Jurong JC 13 15 8 Meridian JC 10 10 9 Nanyang JC 10 10 10 National JC 5 5 11 Pioneer JC 16 17 12 RI (JC) 3 3 13 Serangoon JC 16 16 14 St. Andrew's JC 9 9 15 Tampines JC 13 13 16 Temasek JC 7 6 17 Victoria JC 5 4 18 Yishun JC 20 20
    • Polytechnics
    • Requirements for Admission to Polytechnics (ELR2B2)
      • EL English Language
      • 1st Group of Relevant Subjects (R1) Maths or A Maths
      • 2nd Group of Relevant Subjects (R2) Architectural Technology
      • (at least C6 for relevant subjects) Science subjects, Art, D & T
      • Business-Related Courses
      • Humanities subjects, POA
      • Science-Based Courses
      • Science subjects, F & N
      • Technology Courses
      • Science subjects, D & T
      • Best 2 Subjects (B2) Best 2 other subjects
      • (excluding CCA)
    • Courses Poly Course Code 2010 JAE COP Chemical Engineering SP S70 12 Civil Engineering with Business SP S68 18 Business Studies NP N45 12 Tourism & Resort Management NP N72 10 Biomedical Sciences RP R14 22 Aerospace Avionics RP R20 25 Aerospace Electronics TP T50 14 Information Technology TP T30 19 Mass Media Management NYP C93 15 Nursing NYP C97 28 JAE 2010 Cut-Off Points (COP) for Poly Courses-- SAMPLE   COP indicates the ELR2B2 aggregate score (including CCA bonus points) of the last student posted to the course under the 2010 JAE.
    • Requirements for Admission to Post-secondary Education – Institute of Technical Education
    • Requirements for Admission to ITE
      • (1) ELR1B3
      • EL English Language
      • Relevant Subject R1 Maths or A Maths
      • Best 3 Subjects (B2) Best 3 other
      • subjects (excluding
      • CCA)
      • (2) ELR2B2
      • EL + R2 (E Maths/A Math + Sci subj) + B2 (Best 2 other subjects excluding CCA)
    • Full Time NITEC Courses & Examples of Careers
      • NITEC In Aerospace Avionics
      • Aircraft Technician ; Avionics Technician
      • 2) NITEC in Applied Food Science
      • Food Technician ; Food Production Technician
      • NITEC in Beauty Therapy
      • Beautician ; Manicurist ;
      • NITEC in Culinary Skills
      • Assistant chef ; Cook
      • NITEC in Digital Animation
      • - 3D Animator ; Special Effects Artist
      • NITEC in Electronics
      • - Electronics Servicing Technician
    • Full Time Higher NITEC Courses
      • Higher NITEC in Beauty & Spa Management
      • Higher NITEC in Business Studies
      • Higher NITEC in Hospitality Operations
      • Higher NITEC in Leisure & Travel Operations
      • Higher NITEC in Retail Merchandising
      • Higher NITEC in Visual Merchandising
      • Higher NITEC in Paramedic & Emergency Care* (3 year & 3 month dual certificate with NITEC in Nursing – Special Admission Exercise only)
    • Lead Up to GCE ‘O’ & ‘N’ Levels Date Event/Programme 26 May Sec 4 & 5 Parent-Teacher-Meeting And Talk 30 th May GCE ‘O’ Level Mother Tongue Examination 1 Jul – 14 Jul GCE ‘O’ Level Mother Tongue Oral Examination 5 Jul – 15 Jul GCE ‘N’ Level English Oral Examination 19 Jul GCE ‘O’ MT LC Examination 25 Jul – 4 Aug GCE ‘N’ Level Mother Tongue Oral Examination 15 Aug – 26 Aug GCE ‘O’ Level English Oral Examination 11 Aug – 19 Aug GCE N Level Prelim Examinations 5 Sep – 11 Oct Start of GCE ‘N’ Level LC and written Examination 12 Sep – 20 Sep GCE O Level Prelim Examinations 24 Oct – 17 Nov GCE ‘O’ Level Examination (Single Intake – written)
    • School Programmes
    • SCHOOL PROGRAMMES
      • Target-Setting for all pupils
      • Study Programme (Mon, Tues & Thurs)
      • Learning Week Activities (Term II Wk 10)
      • Structured Remedials for all upper sec classes
      • Night Study Programme (Sec 4 and 5)
      • Mock Exams (Sec 4 and 5)
      • Learning Journeys (Science)
      • Enrichment Activities (All levels, various subjects)
      • Career Awareness (Learning Week)
      • Motivational and Study Skills workshops
    • 4E/4N/5N PROGRAMME
      • Target-Setting
      • June Extended Programme
      • Banding based on ability (Humanities and MT)
      • Mother Tongue Intensive Programme
      • Motivational and Study Skills Workshops
      • Mass Lectures (Block Study)
      • Study Programme
      • Block Study Programme
      • Night Study Programme
      • Mock Exams
    • SCHOOL PROGRAMMES & EVENTS
      • Other department based projects, events and milestone programmes can be found online :
      • a) http:// www.damaisec.moe.edu.sg /
      • b) http://damaisec.asknlearn.com/lms/
    • School’s Initiatives for 2011
    • Enhanced Year-Head System Deanship System Level Dean Year Head Asst. Year Head Sec 1 Mrs Rose Chen Mr Sheikh Luqmahn Miss Isabel Wong Sec 2 Miss Lee Ley Har Mr Ng We Keat Mrs Tan Shu Fen Sec 3 Mdm Soraya Suleiman Mr Poon Lee Wang Mrs Lee Pei Kee Sec 4 & 5 Ms Norharyati Hassan & Mrs Judy Ling Mrs Loke Siew Ping Mdm Nur Sahira
    • School Experience Initiatives
      • Level Camps
      Sec 1 Orientation Camp Term 1 Week 1 Sec 2 Cross-Cultural Learning (Overseas Trip) Term 1 Week 10 Sec 3 Adventure/Outdoor Camp Term 1 Week 10 Sec 4 & 5 Motivational Camp Term 1 Week 10
    • Motivational & Study Skills Workshops
      • Termly workshops to sustain pupils’ motivation and focus to handle the challenges of national exams with a positive mindset
      • Held in Term 1 to teach the skills and strategies
      • Follow-up in each term before the major exams eg. MYE, Prelim and N level
      • Reviewed after MYE for effectiveness of application
    • Motivational & Study Skills Workshops
      • Before exams – Laying the foundation
      • Sessions focus on Motivational strategies such as having a Positive and Focussed Outlook including identifying goals and targets, minimising distractions, balancing expectations, working with others and managing stress etc
    • Motivational & Study Skills Workshops
      • Preparation phase before exam
      • Teaches study skills such as chunking, mnemonics, note-taking etc to enhance retention of knowledge
      • Planning of exam timetable, managing a realistic expectation and handling stress
    • Motivational & Study Skills Workshops
      • Post exam review
      • Review of the effectiveness of study skills and strategies applied for the exams
      • Reinforcement of motivational tips to sustain efforts for the next challenge
    • School Expectations
      • Pupils are advised to :
      • Build your ground work.
      • Use the upcoming June holidays to consolidate and revise.
      • Be present for, intensive coursework, remedials and extra classes
      • organised during the holidays.
    • School Expectations
      • 100% Attendance
      • June Extended Programme
      • Intensive Coursework Programme
      • Term 2 & 3 Remedials
      • Study Programme
      • Block Time Table Programme
      • Post GCE ‘N’ Level Programme
      • HARD WORK! “Be Prepared, Not Sorry!”
    • Responsibility of School
      • To ensure that:
      • Attendance and work progress of students are monitored
      • Students attend remedial / supplementary lessons
      • Parents / Guardians are kept informed of child / ward’s progress
      • -- Updates of school events and matters on school website, as well as portal for parents :
      • a) http:// www.damaisec.moe.edu.sg /
      • b) http://damaisec.asknlearn.com/lms/
    • Responsibility of Parents / Guardians
      • To assist school in:
      • ensuring that child attends school, the 4E/4N/5N programme (Oct/Nov)
      • ensuring that child revises his/her work
      • ensuring that child does not stay out late
      • contacting teachers when need arises
      • Work in support of the school
    • Parents are invited to :
      • Clarify with any key personnel, form teachers or subject teachers on issues raised.
      • Meet up and speak with your child’s form teacher or subject teachers (in the designated classrooms).
      • Make appointment to meet up with teachers on another day for further discussion.
    • Meeting your child’s Form Teacher / Subject Teacher in class - in Sec 4NA classrooms
    • We depend on each other
      • Joint partnership between parents and school to enable our students to excel
    • Thank You