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  • Principal-Meets-Parents Session

    2014

    Secondary 3

  • Mission To nurture every PL-Lite into

    a whole person who lives in

    favour with God and Man

    Vision

    An outstanding school producing

    women of fine character with a

    passion for life and learning

    Godliness

    Respect

    All-round excellence

    Commitment

    Enthusiasm

    Values

  • PRIME

    IMPORTANCE

    Character

    Development

    Academic

    Excellence

  • Emphasis on Character Development

    Sec 3 level OCIP

    Leadership Opportunities CCAs

    Practical importance of CCAs

    A1 & A2 2 bonus points

    B3 to C6 1 bonus point

  • 3 things successful people

    do differently (according to Ms Yoong)

    - THINK

    - SAY (include written words)

    - DO

  • Focus for 2014

    Honour the Lord

    Theme Verse:

    And whatever you do, do it heartily, as to the Lord and not to men

    Col 3:23 (NKJV)

  • Jan Honour the Lord

    Feb Elderly

    Mar Women

    Apr Friends

    May / Jun Parents, Guardians

    Jul Pioneering National Leaders

    Aug Singapore

    Sep Trs / Former Trs /Admin Staff

    Oct PL

    Honour the Lord Blessing Others

  • Thank You

    PL-Lite : Go Light the World

  • Our Belief

    Dont let anyone look down on

    you because you are young, but

    set an example for the believers in

    speech, in life, in faith and purity.

    1 Timothy 4:12

  • ALL PL-Lites to

  • Leadership Progression

    S1 Personal Leadership

    S2 Peer Leadership

    S3 People Leadership

    S4/5 People Leadership

  • Leadership Highlights

    Sec 1 iDiscover Camp

    DISC Profiling & Leadership 101

    Learning Keys & Leadership 201

    MEGA Camp

    PL Student Leadership Conference

  • Empowering our leaders

  • Camp Courage iDiscover 2014

  • Faithful in Service (FIS) Sec 1: Planning of Local FIS Project

    Sec 2: Execution of Local FIS Project

    Sec 3: Overseas FIS Project

    Sec 4 & 5: Local FIS Project

  • Objectives of Faithful in Service

  • FIS 2004 Sarawak

    FIS 2005 China

    FIS 2006 Malaysia

    FIS 2007 China

    FIS 2008 China

    FIS 2009 Malaysia

    FIS 2010 Cambodia

    FIS 2011 China, Cambodia & Malaysia

    FIS 2012 China, Cambodia, Malaysia & Vietnam

    FIS 2013 Brunei, Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand & Vietnam

    FIS 2014 Brunei, Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand & Vietnam

  • Teaching in Vietnam

    Leading games in Malaysia

    Visiting the villagers

    in Cambodia

    Eco-forestation in Brunei

    Building roads in

    Thailand

  • Date: 24 May 1 June

    (6-7 days during this period)

    Details of the programme and cost will

    be made available at a later date.

    Brunei, Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand & Vietnam

  • Godliness - Be a role-model

    Respect - Be able to work in teams & value every contribution

    All-round Excellence - Resilient & Resolute

    Commitment - To be committed to school & societal improvement

    Enthusiasm - Proactive in carrying out responsibilities

  • CCA A PLATFORM FOR LEADERSHIP

    AND CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT

  • CCA Results 2013

    Grade Number Percentage

    A1 208 62.6%

    A2 57 17.2%

    B3 11 3.3%

    B4 8 2.4%

    C5 9 2.7%

    C6 28 8.4%

    D7 11 3.3%

  • CCA Results 2013

    Sports UGs PA Clubs

    A1/A2

    Excellent

    65.4% 78.5% 89.8% 79.3%

    B/C

    Good

    28.4% 15.4% 9.4% 19.0%

    D

    Fair

    6.2% 6.1% 0.8% 1.7%

    Overall: 79.8% of our graduating students

    achieved an excellent grade in CCA

    Based on LEAPS grading system:

  • CCA GRADE

    4 year Secondary

    Course (Points)

    CCA

    Grade

    (Bonus Pts)

    5 year Secondary

    Course ( Points)

    CCA

    Grade

    25 & above A1 (2) 26 & above A1 (2)

    20 - 24 A2 (2) 21 - 25 A2 (2)

    16 - 19 B3 (1) 17 - 20 B3 (1)

    13 - 15 B4 (1) 14 - 16 B4 (1)

    10 - 12 C5 (1) 11 - 13 C5 (1)

    8 - 9 C6 (1) 9 10 C6 (1)

  • CCA Guidelines & Grading Scheme

  • LEADERSHIP

    Class monitor

    School prefect

    House leader

    (house captain, vice captain, committee)

    CCA leader

    - Committee Roles

    - Rank

  • ENRICHMENT

    Enrichment modules:

    - Citizenship

    - Enterprise

    - Personal and Social : (sports

    and rugged activities)

  • ACHIEVEMENT

    REPRESENTATION - Inter-school competition, SYF

    ATTAINMENT - NYAA, Sports Leaders Course

    ACCOMPLISHMENT - * Top 4 positions in inter-school competitions,

    SYF achievements.

  • PARTICIPATION

    Attendance

    Participation in the following:

    - Intra-school activities

    - School Performances (School

    concert, musical)

  • SERVICE

    All CIP hours clocked

    (including activities outside

    school)

    Pupils can submit letters to

    outline nature and period of

    pupil-initiated service carried

    out of school context

  • Log in with NRIC

    as Password

  • Number of Points in each domain can be seen

    CCA Involvement

    Reflected

  • Common Understanding Character and Leadership Development is as important as Academic Excellence

    Communicate

    Encourage and Affirm

  • THANK YOU

    Mr Lee Wei Te (HOD Data & Information Management)

    lee_wei_te@moe.edu.sg

    Mrs Sharon Tng (HOD PE/CCA)

    ng_ye_chin_sharon@moe.edu.sg

    Ms Colleen Ng (Sports Secretary, covering duty)

    colleen_ng@moe.edu.sg

  • Progression Pathways after

    GCE N Level Exams from 2013

    Updated Jan 2014

    Mrs Selina Lum

  • N(A) Progression

    pathways offers

    other educational routes

    after the GCE NA Levels

  • Overview of Pathways (NA)

    GCE N-Level Exam

    4 years N(A) Course

    Progression Pathways for Normal (Academic) Students

    GCE O-Level Exam 1 year Sec 5

    Polytechnic (3 years)

    2 years

    ITE Nitec

    2 years ITE

    Higher

    Nitec

    NAFA/

    LaSalle

    (3 years)

    Polytechnic (3

    years)

    1 year

    Foundation

    Programme

    Polytech

    nic (2

    years)

    Junior College

    (2 years) /

    Centralised

    Institute

    (3 years)

    2 years ITE

    Direct Entry

    Scheme (DES) to

    Higher Nitec

    10 weeks

    Prep Programme

    4

    2

    1 3

  • When : Mid April 2013 onwards

    Who : Sec 4NA in 2012 onwards

    What : Foundation Programme (FP)

    Direct-Entry-Scheme to Poly

    Programme (DPP)

    Where : Offered in all 5 polytechnics

    (70% of all courses)

  • How : (a) Apply after release of

    N Level results (DPP)

    Posting results at the end of

    Dec of that year

    (b) Apply after release of

    O Level results in the

    following year in mid Jan (PFP)

    Posting results at the end

    of Jan that year

  • For N(A) students who are fairly strong academically DPP eligibility: ELMAB3 19 points

    meet subject-specific Minimum Entry Requirements

    Suitable for students whose learning styles are more application-based and hands-on

    Advantage of choosing DPP over Sec 5N Direct entry to Higher Nitec, which is otherwise only

    available for O-level holders

    Students assured of a place in in a polytechnic diploma course mapped to their Higher Nitec, , if they attain qualifying Grade Point Average (GPA)scores

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    Direct-Entry-Scheme to Poly Prog (DPP)

    4NA Only

  • For N(A) students who are academically strong and clearly polytechnic bound

    PFP eligibility: ELMAB3 11 points

    meet subject-specific Minimum Entry Requirements

    A one-year foundation programme for polytechnic-bound students offering a practice-oriented curriculum taught by polytechnic lecturers.

    Students are given provisional places in diploma programmes, subject to them passing all modules in the one-year PFP.

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    Polytechnic Foundation Prog (PFP)

    4NA Only

  • National Data

    Progression Percentage

    Polytechnic

    40% 80%

    ITE

    40%

    JC/MI / LaSalle / NAFA /

    Employment

    20%

    After the O levels, where do most 5N pupils go?

    MOE 2012

  • GCE N-Level Examinations Results 2012, 2013 GCE Normal (Academic) Examinations:

    2012

    PL

    2013

    PL

    National

    % eligible

    for 5NA

    97.87% 95.6% 72.6% (2012)

    72.8% (2013)

    % qualified

    for PFP

    36.17% 42.2% Top 10%

    % qualified

    for DPP

    89.36% 93.3% Top 30%

  • N(A) PFP & DPP Pathways (1)

    Poly Foundation

    Programme Duration 1 Year Programme at

    polytechnic

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