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The Ministry of Education Language Centre. Based on results of the PSLEstudents are placed in different secondary education tracks or streams: Singaporeans are forbidden to attend international schools on the island without Ministry of Education permission.
The difference between these two courses is that in the "Special" stream, students take 'Higher Mother Tongue' available for Standard Mandarin, Malay and Tamil only instead of 'Mother Tongue'.
A foreign language, either French, German, Japanese or Spanish can be taken in addition to the mother tongue or can replace it.
This is especially popular with students who are struggling with their mother tongues, expatriates, or students returning from abroad. Non-Chinese students may also study Standard Mandarin and non-Malay students Malay as a third language.
Mother Tongue teachers conduct these lessons in school after usual hours. Students of Higher Mother Tongue languages are allowed to have up to two points taken off their O-level scoring, unless the student's Higher Mother Tongue is used as their L1 in computation of L1R5.
The Ministry of Education Language Centre MOELC provides free language education for most additional languages that other schools may not cover, and provides the bulk of such education, admitting several thousand students each year.
Normal is a four-year course leading up to the Normal-level N-level exam, with the possibility of a fifth year leading up to the GCE O-level exam. Normal is split into Normal Academic and Normal Technical.
Normal Academic course are geared towards preparing students for the O-level exam in the fifth year, subject to good performance in the N-level exam in the fourth year, and students take academic subjects such as Principles of Accounting.
In Normal Technicalstudents take subjects of a more technical nature, such as Design and Technology, and they generally proceed to the Institute of Technical Education ITE after the N-level exam in the fourth year. Inthe Ministry of Education announced that selected students in the Normal course would have an opportunity to sit for the O-level exam directly without first taking the N-level exam.
With the exception of schools offering the Integrated Programme, which leads to either an International Baccalaureate Diploma or to an A-level exam, most students are streamed into a wide range of course combinations at the end of their second year, bringing the total number of subjects they have to sit at O-level to between six and ten, with English, Mother Tongue or Higher Mother Tongue Language, Mathematics, one Science and one Humanities Elective being compulsory.
Several new subjects such as Computing and Theatre Studies and Drama are being introduced in tandem with the Ministry of Education's revised curriculum. Co-curricular activity Singapore Participating in a Co-Curricular Activity CCA is mandatory at the primary and secondary levels, meaning that all pupils must participate in at least one activity.
There are many CCAs offered at the secondary school level, however, different schools may choose to offer different CCAs. Students may choose to participate in more than 1 CCA.
Participation in CCAs is graded together with other non-academic achievements throughout a student's secondary school education in a scoring system known as LEAPS 2. Special Assistance Plan The Special Assistance Plan SAP is a special programme in Singapore established in that caters to academically strong students who excel in both their mother tongue as well as English.
It allows students to undertake English Language and Chinese Language at first language standard in the Special academic stream a modified variation of the Express academic stream, assimilated into the Express academic stream inwith a widened exposure to the Chinese culture and values.
The programme is offered in designated schools that are recognised for its preservation of strong Chinese cultural heritage and academic excellence. The programme allows for more time to be allocated to enrichment activities. By bypassing the GCE "O" level examinations, students are given more time and flexibility to immerse themselves in a more broadly-based education.
In addition, students enjoy more freedom in the combination of subjects between Year 1 — 4 as compared to their non-IP counterparts. Generally, only the top performers usually from Special, and sometimes Express, stream are eligible to be part of the IP programme.
This will ensure that the main body of the students pursue their secondary education at their own pace by first completing a 4-year "O" level course before going on to a 2-year "A" level education. The Integrated Programme with the revised Singapore-Cambridge GCE "A" levels or the IB Diploma as a terminal qualification has become an increasingly popular alternative to the standard secondary education pathway.
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Education in Singapore is managed by the Ministry of Education (MOE), which controls the development and administration of state schools receiving taxpayers' funding, but also has an advisory and supervisory role in respect of private schools.
For both private and state schools, there are variations in the extent of autonomy in their curriculum, scope of taxpayers' aid and funding, tuition.