Talk for
Secondary Two Parents
13 January 2012 (Friday)
7 pm – 8.30 pm
Objectives
Update parents on:
• the various academic pathways for NA
students.
• Sec 2 streaming – subject combinations
for Sec 3NA
Through-Train Pathways to
Polytechnic & ITE Higher Nitec
(A) Progression to Sec 5NA
• Eligibility criteria: EMB3
(English/ E Maths/ Best 3) ≤ 11 points
(B) Polytechnic Foundation
Programme
• After GCE N level exams, eligible students
will complete 1-year foundation
programme (FP) at the polytechnics,
before embarking on a 3-year diploma
course.
• Offered in 2013
(B) Polytechnic Foundation
Programme (FP)
Eligibility Criteria:
1) EMB3 (EL /Math / Best 3) raw aggregate ≤ 11
2) Top 10% of national N’ level cohort
Technology/ IT/ Engineering courses
--- EL ≤ 3 and Math ≤ 3
Business/Humanities
--- EL ≤ 2 and Math ≤ 3
(B) Polytechnic Foundation
Programme (FP)
From FP to 3-year polytechnic diploma course:
Students who pass all modules during their
Polytechnic FP course will be admitted into the
first year of their pre-selected* polytechnic
courses
(*selection: upon release of GCE N level
results)
FP: EL ≤ 3 and Math ≤ 3
Applied Sciences

Molecular Biotechnology (NYP)

Chemical & Pharmaceutical Technology (NYP)

Pharmaceutical Sciences (NYP)

Biologics & Process Technology (NYP)

Chemical & Green Technology (NYP)

Food Science & Nutrition (NYP)

Medicinal Chemistry (NYP)

Biomedical Science (NP)

Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering (NP)

Landscape Design & Horticulture (NP)

Molecular Biotechnology (NP)

Pharmacy Science (NP)

Environmental Science (RP)

Materials Science (RP)

Pharmaceutical Sciences (RP)

Applied Chemistry with Pharmaceutical Science (SP)

Biomedical Science (SP)

Biotechnology (SP)

Chemical Engineering (SP)

Food Science & Technology (SP)

Materials Science (SP)

Nutrition, Health & Wellness (SP)

Perfumery & Cosmetic Science (SP)

Applied Food Science & Nutrition (TP)

Baking & Culinary Science (TP)
Health Sciences

Nursing (NYP)

Dental Hygiene & Therapy (NYP)

Health Sciences (Nursing) (NP)

Optometry (NP)

Health Management & Promotion (RP)

Sports & Exercise Sciences (RP)

Healthcare Administration (RP)

Optometry (SP)
Engineering

Electronics, Computer & Communications Engineering
(NYP)

Mechatronics Engineering (NYP)

Manufacturing Engineering (NYP)

Biomedical Engineering (NYP)

Digital & Precision Engineering (NYP)

Aeronautical & Aerospace Technology (NYP)

Aerospace Systems & Management (NYP)

Nanotechnology & Materials Science (NYP)

Telematics & Media Technology (NYP)

Multimedia & Infocomm Technology (NYP)

Electrical Engineering with Eco-Design (NYP)

Aerospace Electronics (NP)

Automation & Mechatronic Systems (NP)

Aerospace Technology (NP)

Audio-visual Technology (NP)

Biomedical Engineering (NP)

Clean Energy Management (NP)

Electronic & Computer Engineering (NP)

Engineering with Business Management (NP)

Electrical Engineering (NP)

Mechanical Engineering (NP)

Common Engineering Programme (RP)

Aeronautical Engineering (SP)

Aerospace Electronics (SP)

Bioengineering (SP)

Clean Energy (SP)

Computer Engineering (SP)

Electrical & Electronic Engineering (SP)

Info-Communication Engineering & Design (SP)

Mechanical Engineering (SP)

Mechatronics & Robotics (SP)

Engineering with Business (SP)

Common Engineering Programme (TP)
FP: EL ≤ 3 and Math ≤ 3
Information & Digital Technologies
Digital Visual Effects (NYP)
Digital Entertainment Technology (NYP)
Information Technology (NYP)
Engineering Informatics (NYP)
Business Enterprise IT (NYP)
Information Security (NYP)
Business Informatics (NYP)
Financial Informatics (NYP)
Information Technology (NP)
Multimedia & Animation (NP)
Financial Informatics (NP)
Network Systems & Security (NP)
Interactive & Digital Media (RP)
Information Technology (RP)
IT Service Management (RP)
Business Applications (RP)
Business Information Systems (RP)
Digital Media (SP)
Infocomm Security Management (SP)
Information Technology (SP)
Cyber & Digital Security (TP)
Digital Forensics (TP)
Information Technology (TP)
Interactive Media Informatics (TP)
Mobile & Network Services (TP)
Games & Entertainment Technology (TP)
Business & Management
Business Information Technology (NP)
Business Information Technology (SP)
Financial Informatics (SP)
Financial Business Informatics (TP)
Built Environment
Environmental & Water Technology (NP)
Hotel & Leisure Facilities Management (NP)
Real Estate Business (NP)
Sustainable Urban Design & Engineering (NP)
Architecture (SP)
Landscape Architecture (SP)
Civil Engineering with Business (SP)
Environmental Management & Water Technology (SP)
Hotel & Leisure Facilities Management (SP)
Integrated Events & Project Management (SP)
Media & Design
Motion Graphics & Broadcast Design (NYP)
Digital Media Design (Interaction Design) (NYP)
Digital Media Design (Games) (NYP)
Digital Media Design (Animation) (NYP)
Industrial Design (NYP)
Space & Interior Design (NYP)
Visual Communication (NYP)
Product Design & Innovation (NP)
Games Design & Development (SP)
Digital Animation (SP)
Experience & Product Design (SP)
Interior Design (SP)
Visual Communication & Media Design (SP)
Visual Effects & Motion Graphics (SP)
Maritime Studies
Marine & Offshore Technology (NP)
Marine Engineering (SP)
Maritime Business (SP)
FP: EL ≤ 2 and Math ≤ 3
Business & Management
Business Management (NYP)
Marketing (NYP)
Sport & Wellness Management (NYP)
Accountancy & Finance (NYP)
Banking & Financial Services (NYP)
Fund Management & Administration (NYP)
Hospitality & Tourism Management (NYP)
Mass Media Management (NYP)
Food & Beverage Business (NYP)
Accountancy (NP)
Business Studies (NP)
Logistics Management (NP)
International Supply Chain Management (NP)
Sports & Leisure Management (RP)
Customer Relationship & Service
Management (RP)
Hotel & Hospitality Management (RP)
Integrated Events Management (RP)
Restaurant & Culinary Operations (RP)
•Wellness, Lifestyle & Spa Management (RP)
•Accountancy (SP)
•Business Administration (SP)
•Business/ Logistics & Operations
Management/ Marketing (TP)
•Retail Management (TP)
Media & Design
Communication & Information Design (RP)
New Media (RP)
Media & Communication (SP)
Humanities
Social Sciences (Social Work) (NYP)
Gerontological Management Studies (TP)
Health Sciences
Outdoor & Adventure Learning (RP)
FAQs about FP
• Are students allowed to transfer to
different FP course or polytechnic?
Students are strongly encouraged to
continue with the FP course which
they enrolled in.
Appeals for transfer are assessed on
case-by-case basis
FAQs about FP
• What happens when students drop out
from or fail the Polytechnic FP?
Not allowed to repeat the FP
-Can enroll in ITE’s Higher Nitec Programmes
-Appeal to school for admission to Sec 5
(C) ITE >> Direct Entry Scheme
to (DES) Polytechnic
• After GCE N level, students will pursue 2year Higher Nitec course at ITE
• A place in a related Polytechnic Diploma
course (either 1st/2nd year) is assured if
qualifying GPA is met
• From 2013, no. of DES places will be
doubled to 1000
(C) ITE >> Direct Entry Scheme to
(DES) Polytechnic
Eligibility Criteria:
(1) EMB3 EL/ Math/ Best 3 raw aggregate ≤ 19
(2) Next 20% (after top 10%) of national N’ level cohort
Applied Sciences/Engineering & Info Comm
Higher Nitec DES Programmes
- EL ≤ 4 and Math ≤ 4
Business & Services Higher Nitec DES Programmes
- EL ≤ 3 and Math ≤ 4
(C) ITE >> Direct Entry Scheme
to (DES) Polytechnic
From ITE Higher Nitec to Polytechnic (1st / 2nd year)
Qualifying GPA for Applied Sci, Engineering or Info-Comm
Technology:
At least ITE raw GPA 2.5 points to be assured a 1st year place
in Polytechnic Diploma
At least ITE raw GPA 3.5 points to be assured a 2nd year
place in Polytechnic Diploma
Qualifying GPA for Business & Services:
At least ITE raw GPA 3.0 points to be assured a 1st year place
in Polytechnic Diploma
NA Curriculum in BPGHS
4NA (2014)
O’ level EL (1st attempt)
O’ level MT
(2 attempts: Jun / Nov)
N level Maths and
O level Maths
(1st attempt)
Other subjects: N level
NA Curriculum in BPGHS
4NA (2014)
5NA (2015)
O’ level EL (1st attempt) O’ level EL
(2nd attempt)
O’ level MT
O’ level MT
(2 attempts: Jun / Nov) (2 attempts: Jun / Nov)
N level Maths and
O level Maths
O level Maths
(2nd attempt)
(1st attempt)
Other subjects: N level Other subjects: O level
NA Curriculum in BPGHS
4NA (2014)
Poly Foundation
Programme
O’ level EL (1st attempt) EL: Use School
Preliminary exam results
(converted to N’ level
grade)
O’ level MT
MT: Use O’ level Jun
(2 attempts: Jun / Nov) results or School
Preliminary exam results
(converted to N’ level
grade)
NA Curriculum in BPGHS
4NA (2014)
N level Maths and
O level Maths
(1st attempt)
Other subjects: N level
Poly Foundation
c
Programme
Use N level results
Use N level results
NA Curriculum in BPGHS
4NA (2014)
Progression to 5NA
O’ level EL (1st attempt)
Use O’ level results
(converted to N’ level grade)
O’ level MT
(2 attempts: Jun / Nov)
Use O’ level results
(converted to N’ level grade)
N level Maths and
O level Maths (1st attempt)
Use N’ level results
Other subjects: N level
Use N’ level results
Conversion for NA Students
From ‘O’ Level
To ‘NA’ Level
Grades
Mark Range
Grades
Mark Range
A1, A2, B3
65 - 100
1
75 - 100
B4, C5, C6
50 - 64
2
70 - 74
D7, E8
40 - 49
3
65 - 69
F9
35 - 39
4
60 - 64
F9
30 - 34
5
50 - 59
F9
0 - 29
U
0 - 49
Q&A
Sec 2 Streaming Process
(Normal Academic)
Importance of Streaming
• Students are streamed based on
– Personal preference/choice
– Academic merits
• Impact of choice of subjects during
streaming
– Subject combination at Sec 3 and 4,
– Options of tertiary education,
– Career path.
Subjects for Upper Sec Normal Academic Stream
• 2 Languages (English & Mother Tongue)
• 1 Combined Science (Phy/Chem)
• 1 Mathematics (E. Mathematics)
• 1 Humanities (SS + EL Lit)
• 1 Other subject:
•A Maths: Additional Maths
•D&T: Design & Technology
•POA: Principles of Accounts
•F&N: Food & Nutrition
•Art
How is streaming carried out?
• Online application via school website.
• Important Dates:
Date
Event
Term 4 (TBC)
Streaming Updates for Sec 2 students
(Subject combinations, admin.
Instructions)
22 Oct – 2 Nov
19 – 23 Nov
Sec 2 Streaming Exercise
Release of streaming results
Appeal window opens
3 Dec
Release of appeal results
User Name: NRIC
Password: DDMMYYYY (DOB)
Indicate your options
View the results of the
streaming exercise.
(ie: Allocated choice)
Appeal requests
are done online
through this
portal. Click on
the Appeals tab
under the
results
Important
• All relevant documents are available on the
school website and on the streaming portal.
• It is students’ responsibility to opt for their choice
of studies.
• After making their subject choices, print out the
confirmation notice for reference.
• If no option is registered by the deadline, student
will be allocated to any available option.
Q&A
My Contact
Mr Lim Chee Whee
(Year Head NA / NT)
– Email: [email protected]
– Office contact no.: 6594 0842
Thank you
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