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PSLE results to be released on Nov 22 from Posting results will be released on Dec 19

SINGAPORE — The results of the 2018 Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) will be released next Thursday (Nov 22), and students will be able to obtain their results from their respective primary schools from 11am that day. In a press release on Thursday (Nov 15), the Ministry of Education (MOE) said eligible students will also receive option forms to select secondary schools when they collect their results slips. The form will contain a unique S1 Personal Identification Number (S1 PIN) — found at the top right-hand corner — which students and parents can use to submit their secondary school options online via the Secondary 1 Internet System (S1-IS). The S1-IS will be accessible from 11am on Thursday — when students obtain their results — to 3pm on Wednesday (Nov 28) through the MOE’s website. The MOE advises students to discuss their choices with their parents, prior to completing the option form and logging onto the S1-IS system for “smooth completion” of their online submission. Alternatively, the ministry added the option form can be submitted through the students’ primary school. Submission at primary schools can be made on Nov 22 from 11am to 3pm, and from 9am to 3pm on Nov 23, Nov 26, Nov 27 and Nov 28. The Secondary 1 Posting Results will be released on Wednesday (Dec 19). The posting results can be accessed via SMS on a local number, on the S1-IS website or at the students’ primary school. Students are to report on Thursday (Dec 20) at 8.30am to the secondary schools they are posted to, said the MOE. ALTERNATIVE PATHWAY FOR NORMAL (TECHNICAL) COURSES Students eligible for the Normal (Technical) course with an interest in practice-oriented, hands-on learning can apply to Crest Secondary School and Spectra Secondary School which offer an alternative educational pathway. “The schools offer a customised skills-based curriculum and exposure to authentic learning opportunities, putting students in good stead for progression to the ITE,” said the MOE. Students at Crest and Spectra will study Normal (Technical)-Level English Language, Mother Tongue Language and Mathematics. Selected students can also take Science as an additional subject. As part of Subject-Based Banding, eligible students can also take selected subjects at Normal (Academic)-Level. In addition, Secondary 3 students will be able to specialise in two of five skills subjects offered under the new ITE Skills Subject Certificate (ISSC) from 2021. The ISSC will replace the ITE Skills Certificate (ISC), providing a more broad-based curriculum that widens students’ exposure to different industry growth areas, said the MOE. Interested students should apply directly to Crest or Spectra from 11am on Nov 22 until 12pm on Nov 26. In addition, these students are also required to indicate their choices for other secondary schools under the S1 Posting Process. “This will ensure that those who are not admitted into Crest or Spectra can be posted to another school of their choice in a timely and seamless manner,” said the MOE. Application forms for these two schools will be available from the primary schools when students receive their results, or from the two schools’ websites (http://www.crestsec.edu.sg and http://www.spectra.edu.sg). Students successfully admitted into Crest or Spectra will be informed by the schools via mail and SMS by December 13. More information on Crest Secondary School and Spectra Secondary School can be found on the schools’ websites and the information booklet entitled “Choosing Your Secondary Schools”, which is distributed to Primary 6 students.

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