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  • 1. Sec 2 Normal Academic Streaming Talk 2014
  • 2. Promotion Criteria Level Criteria for Promotion Pass Failed 2N(A) Grade 5 or better in 1. EL & 2 other subjects or 2. 4 subjects -Promoted to 3N(A) -Promoted to 3E if student scores scored 70% or higher in the average for all subjects and deemed able to cope with the Express Course. Retained in 2N(A)
  • 3. 2N(A) Subjects Combination Level Compulsory Subjects 2N(A) 1. English 2. Mother Tongue 3. Mathematics 4. Science 5. History/Geography 6. Literature(E) 7. Art 8. Home Economic/Design and Technlogy 9. Music
  • 4. 3N(A) Subjects Combination Level Compulsory Subjects 3N(A) 1. English 2. Mother Tongue 3. Mathematics 4. Science (Physics & Chemistry or Chemistry & Biology) 5. Social Studies & Geography 6. Principles of Accounts
  • 5. 3N(A) Subjects Combination Level 7th Subject 3N(A) 1. Additional Mathematics 2. Art 3. Design and Technology 4. Food and Nutrition(new)
  • 6. Criteria Table To be eligible for Criteria Art Art (overall) ≥ 65% Food & Nutrition Home Econs >70% Additional Mathematics Mathematics (overall) ≥75% and Overall Ranking ≤50
  • 7. Streaming Process * Pupils will make decision after checking end-of-year exam scripts. * Parents will need to verify decision of child before submission of choices online. * No changes to options allowed once the dateline of submission is over.
  • 8. New N(A) Pathways From 2013
  • 9. Various Pathways Available
  • 10. GCE ‘O’ Level Exam 1 year in Sec 5 GCE ‘N’ Level Exam 4 Years N(A) Course 2 years JC/ 3 years CI 3 years NAFA/ Lasalle Pathways for N(A) Students 3 years Polytechnic 2 years ITE Higher Nitec 2 years ITE Nitec 2 Years Poly 3 years Polytechnic ------------------ 1 year Foundation Programme (PFP) 2 years ITE Direct Entry Scheme to Polytechnic Programme -------------------- 10 weeks Preparatory Course (DPP)
  • 11. • Alternative to the Sec 5 year • One-year practice-oriented curriculum taught by respective polytechnic faculty • Students will gain provisional admission in specific diploma course upon entry • About 1,200 places or 10% of the Sec 4N(A) cohort set aside yearly • PFP will be offered by all 5 polytechnics Polytechnic Foundation Programme (PFP)
  • 12. • ELMAR1B2 (English, Math, 1 relevant subject, Best 2 Subjects) raw aggregate score of 11 points or better (excluding CCA bonus points) at the GCE ‘N’-Level examination • CCA bonus points will be used in computing the ELMAR1B2 net aggregate score for selection and posting Polytechnic Foundation Programme (PFP)
  • 13. For Courses featured in Group 1 Minimum Required Grades English Language Syllabus A 3 Mathematics (Syllabus A / Additional) 3 One of the following Relevant subjects 3 - Science (Physics, Chemistry) - Science (Physics, Biology) - Science (Chemistry, Biology) - Food and Nutrition - Design and Technology Any two other subjects excluding CCA 3
  • 14. For Courses featured in Group 2 Minimum Required Grades English Language Syllabus A 2 Mathematics (Syllabus A / Additional) 3 One of the following Relevant subjects 3 - Principles of Accounts - Literature in English - History - Combined Humanities - Geography - Art Any two other subjects excluding CCA 3
  • 15. • Eligible N(A) students will be invited to apply for the Polytechnic Diploma courses of their choice upon the release of 2017 GCE ‘O’-Level results in January Polytechnic Foundation Programme (PFP)
  • 16. • Students must pass all modules in the PFP in order to be admitted into the first year of their pre-selected polytechnic courses • Students who fail or drop out from the PFP can enrol in ITE’s Higher Nitec courses OR • Approach their secondary schools if they wish to pursue their ‘O’-Level examinations Polytechnic Foundation Programme (PFP)
  • 17. Polytechnic Foundation Programme (PFP) PFP Pass PFP 1st Year Poly Fail PFP ITE Higher Nitec ‘O’ Levels
  • 18. • Builds on the ITE Direct-Entry-Scheme (DES): – N(A) students who do well in their ‘N’-Levels can enroll in the ITE’s Higher Nitec programme immediately after Sec 4 • DES-to-Poly Programme: – DES graduates who achieve the qualifying ITE Grade Point Average (GPA) in their Higher Nitec programme will be assured of either a first- or second-year place in a related Polytechnic Diploma course Direct-Entry-Scheme-to- Polytechnic Programme (DPP)
  • 19. • ELMAB3 (English, Math, Best 3 Subjects) raw aggregate score of 19 points or better (excluding CCA bonus points) at the GCE ‘N’-Level examination • EL ≤ 4 and MA ≤ 4, eligible to Applied Sciences, Engineering and Info-Communications Technology Higher Nitec DES programmes • EL ≤ 3 and MA ≤ 4, eligible to Business & Services Higher Nitec DES programmes • CCA bonus points will be used in computing the ELMAB3 net aggregate score for selection and posting Direct-Entry-Scheme-to- Polytechnic Programme (DPP)
  • 20. • Eligible N(A) students will be invited to apply to the ITE of their choice upon the release of their 2016 GCE ‘N’-Level results Direct-Entry-Scheme-to- Polytechnic Programme (DPP)
  • 21. • The PFP and DES-to-Poly(DPP) are intended to improve learning and progression options for the top 30% of each Sec 4N(A) cohort • Number of places and options will be increased if the programmes prove popular and effective Conclusion
  • 22. Question & Answer