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CONCERT HALL SEATING ARRANGEMENT SECONDARY FOUR/FIVE MEET THE PARENTS

Stage

4 Science 1 (Rows 2-5) 4 Science 2 (Rows 6-9) 4 Science 3 (Rows 10-13) 4 Humanities 1 (Rows 14-16)

4 Engineering ( Rows 2-4) 5 Aesthetics 1 (Rows 5-7) 5 Aesthetics 2 (Rows 8-10) 4 Humanities 2 (Rows 11-13)

4 Arts (Rows 2-5) 4 Aesthetics 1 (Rows 6-9) 4 Aesthetics 2 (Rows 10-13) 4 Humanities 3 (Rows 14-16)

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Welcome

Welcome Parents & Students to Secondary 4 & 5 MTP

Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road)

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Our Christian Beliefs: · God is our Strength and Provider · There is strength in diversity · We can bring out the best in everyone · We are called to serve God, nation and community

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Generations of educated men who are God-fearing and growing in Grace

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Our VISION

Touch Hearts

. Empower Minds . Enrich Souls

Our MISSION

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Our VALUES

Respect for self and others Integrity in action and conduct Commitment to all endeavours Excellence in all that we do

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Student's Creed

By the grace of God, I am here to learn about life and how I should develop my talents To serve my God, my country and my school. I shall learn to sharpen my mind, stretch my intellect, and learn to love learning I shall learn to love and respect my parents, My teachers and everyone else whose life touches mine. I shall endeavour to give of my best in every trial and weather each storm that life throws at me With faith in God, hope in my heart and love for one another

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Upper Secondary

Physical Maturity vs Mental Maturity Responsibility vs Freedom Goals vs Distractions Expectations vs Realities

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Outcomes of An ACS(BR) Educa6on: The ACS(BR) Gentleman

Academic Achievements Strength of Character Christian Service

An ACS (BR) gentleman seeks to acquire Knowledge and engage in critical Thinking An ACS (BR) gentleman acts justly based on moral Ethics An ACS (BR) gentleman Leads through service

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Achieves academic progress

- Internalises school values - Service to all: Servant Leadership (The Barker Way) and social-emotional competencies - Service to class, CCA and school - Demonstrates competency in lifeskills (including 21st Century Skills) - Moulds his character through CCA and CDP Service to Community Service to Nation

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Level Themes

Level Level Theme Focus Values SEL Focus 21st Century Skills Sec 1 Making of the ACS Self (BR) Gentlemen Working together as ACS(BR) Others Gentlemen Self Awareness, Self Management Self Management, Social Awareness

Sec 2

Sec 3

Leading as ACS (BR) Gentlemen

Leading

Social Awareness, Relationship The Barker Way ­ Management, Respect, Integrity, Responsible Decision Commitment, Making Excellence Relationship Management, Responsible Decision Making Responsible Decision Making

Sec 4

Excelling as ACS Excelling (BR) Gentlemen

i) Critical and Inventive Thinking, ii) Information and Communication Skills, iii) Civic literacy, Global Awareness and Cross-cultural Skills

Sec 5

Leaving a legacy as ACS(BR) Gentlemen

Impacting

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Form Teachers

Class 4 Aesthetics 1 4 Aesthetics 2 4 Arts 4 Engineering 4 Humanities 1 Form Teacher Mdm Mei Pui Leng Mr Chia Choon Khai Ms Sherri Tan Mrs Janet Ong Mr Jeremiah Goh Mr Kenneth Khoo Ms Lim Poh Fang Mdm Noreen Mahmood

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Form Teachers

Class 4 Humanities 2 4 Humanities 3 4 Science 1 4 Science 2 4 Science 3 Form Teacher Mr Graham Whitely Mdm Palayanadi Rajesvari Mr Foo Shiang Xin Mr Li Xue Guang Ms Fong Chee Sing Ms Cynthia Tan Mr Han Wern Kuang Mrs Cecilia Tan Mr Melvin Sum Ms Jeanne Lim

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Form Teachers

Class 5 Aesthetics 1 5 Aesthetics 2 Form Teacher Ms Daphne Ang Mdm Siti Suminah

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Promotion Criteria Sec 4N to Sec 5N

Sec 4N students can be promoted to Sec 5N if they satisfy the following criteria: Aggregate Score for English, Mathematics & best 3 subjects 19 AND A grade 5 (pass) or better for subjects used in computation.

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PROGRESSION PATH AFTER `O' LEVELS

Junior College (JC)

Centralised Institute (CI) `O' Levels Polytechnic University

Institute Of Technical Education (ITE) College

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Joint Admission Exercise

One exercise to be conducted upon release of GCE `O' level results Admission exercise is for admission to JC, CI, Polytechnic & ITE

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Alternative Admission Process

For JC1 and Equivalent Level

· Direct School Admission (DSA­JC)

For students who demonstrate a more diverse range of achievements and talents in seeking admission at Pre-U level. Exercise (JAE). Students admitted under DSA­JC need not take part in the JAE as long as they meet the criteria for admission for a JC

· Conducted prior to the annual Joint Admission

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DSA­JC at Anglo-Chinese Junior College

Details will be put up on the ACJC website end May Areas : Sports Debates Music Drama

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DPA ­ Direct Polytechnic Admission

Details will be put up on the Polytechnic website end May · Demonstrate ability in desired sports or performing arts area · Shows ability and interest in desired programme

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Entry Requirements to JC

a) at least a D7 for Mother Tongue (MT) [or a pass in CLB/MLB/TLB] AND a Mathematics Subject b) L1R5 20 points L1 - English R1 - A Science or Math Subject R2 - A Humanities Subject R3 - A Science or Math or Humanities Subject R4 & R5 - Any other 2 Subjects (CCA grades cannot be counted as a subject) c) Failed to obtain the requisite language and/or Math grades but with L1R5 15, student will be provisionally admitted but he will need to re-sit and must clear the relevant subjects in the following year's GCE `O' level exams.

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Entry Requirements to Millennia Institute

a) at least a D7 for Mother Tongue (MT) [or a pass in CLB/MLB/TLB] AND a Mathematics Subject b) L1R4 20 points L1 - English R1 & R2 - Science or Math or Humanities Subject R3 & R4 - Any other 2 Subjects (CCA grades can be counted as a subject) c) Failed to obtain the requisite language and/or Math grades but with L1R4 15, student will be provisionally admitted but he will need to re-sit and must clear the relevant subjects in the following year's GCE `O' level exams.

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Entry Requirements to the Polytechnics

a) ELR2B2 26 (including CCA bonus points) b) EL R2 B2 - English - Two relevant subjects (for most courses, usually a Math and a Science Subject) - Any other two subjects*

c) No Mother Tongue requirement needed *CCA grades cannot be counted as one of the subjects but bonus points are given for those with strong CCAs

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Institute of Technical Education

ITE Certification System (3 certification levels) · National ITE Certificate (Nitec) for training courses that require completion of GCE `N' or GCE `O' as entry requirement · Higher Nitec (2-year)for training courses that require GCE `O' with pre-requisites as entry requirements · Master Nitec for training courses that require Nitec and some years of work experience as an entry requirement

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Bonus Points

Bonus points are given to students in the computation of their net aggregates. They are not taken into consideration in determining whether applicants are eligible for specific courses under the Joint Admission Exercise.

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Bonus Points For CCA For those seeking admission to JC/CI/Poly courses and with the following CCA grades: i) Grades A1 ­ A2 2 bonus points ii) Grades B3 ­ C6 1 bonus point

Bonus Points For Affiliation For students from feeder schools if they choose their affiliated junior college courses as their i) 1st choice or ii) 1st and 2nd choices } 2 bonus } points

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CCA Records

Leadership Enrichment Achievement Participation Service Total Points Grade Bonus Points

0

2

0

0

5

7

D7

0

Summary · Ten-pin Bowling member(2008-2009) · Inter-House Games Day(2008-2011) · Class Monitor(2008-2010) · Sports and Wellness Club member(2008-2011) · Logged in 105 hours of Community Service BUT!!! · CCA points accumulated up to 2011 annulled because attendance was less than 50%

Commendable Academic results but Poor CCA records. Not able to benefit from CCA bonus pt. for entry into JC/Poly

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CCA Records

Leadership Enrichment Achievement Participation Service Total Points Grade Bonus Points

9

3

15

7

5

39

A1

2

Summary · Participated actively in Inter-house activities(2008-2011) · Participated actively in Scouts (Senior Patrol Leader) with participation in National Day Parades, competitions and received the Chief Commisioner's Award. · Awarded School Colours Award and "Most Outstanding Youth Leader Award (Uniform Groups)" during Honours Day 2011 · Participated actively in the Science & Environment Club(2008-2011) · Member of Prefectorial Board (2008-2011) · Awarded Meritorious Service during Honours Day 2011 · Logged in 146 hours of Community service

Excellent Achievements in both Academic and CCA. Hallmark of a student who is able to strike a good balance.

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Bonus Points

Bonus Points For Higher Mother Tongue For those seeking admission to JC/CI courses and with the following grades:

Grades A1 ­ C6

2 bonus points

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Example : Student A's raw aggregate score (L1R5) is 11 points. He obtained a grade B4 for CCA ­ thus he is entitled 1 bonus point AND He opts for ACJC as his first choice. Student A's net aggregate score will be 8 (11 less 3 bonus points) ADMISSION TO JC/CI IS BY MERIT then BY CHOICE

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L1R5 Aggregate Scores (With Bonus Points) of Students Admitted To Junior Colleges

Junior College Hwa Chong Institution Raffles JC Victoria JC National JC Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) Temasek JC Anglo-Chinese JC Anderson JC St. Andrew's JC Science/IB 3 3 4 5 5 6 7 8 9 Arts 3 3 5 5 5 7 7 9 9

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L1R5 Aggregate Scores (With Bonus Points) of Students Admitted To Junior Colleges

Junior College Meridian JC Nanyang JC Catholic JC Tampines JC Jurong JC Serangoon JC Pioneer JC Innova JC Yishun JC Science/IB 10 10 10 13 15 16 17 20 20 Arts 10 10 11 13 13 16 16 20 20

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Admission to polytechnics record low cut-off-point (28 Jan 2010)

· · 21,100 students applied to the polytechnics as their first choice Number of polytechnic courses with cut-off-points of 10 or below increased to 14 from 9 in 2008 · Business and humanities courses such as Biomedical Science, Psychology, Banking & Financial Services were popular · Most popular course was Ngee Ann Polytechnic's International Business, with a cut-off-point of 7

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Cut-Off points for Popular Polytechnic Courses

Course Dip in Banking & Financial Services Dip in Sport & Wellness Management Dip in Mass Comms. Dip in Tourism & Resort Management Dip in Biomedical Science Dip in Aeronautical Engineering Dip in Psychology Studies Dip in Communications & Media Management Polytechnic NYP NYP NP NP SP SP TP TP Cut-off point 14 16 10 10 9 12 8 11

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OVERALL PERFORMANCE 5 `O' Level Passes

% ACS(BR) Express 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 92.6 92.5 96.0 97.8 96.2 % Nat Express 90.2 90.0 90.8 90.6 91.2 % ACS(BR) NA 63.2 66.7 56.1 62.7 68.4 % Nat NA 52.8 49.4 50.0 51.0 49.6

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Placement of Students (Express)

Year % qualifying for 2-year JC

Express

% qualifying for 3-year CI Course

Express

% qualifying forPolytechnic

Express

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

61.5% 64.2% 61.2% 67.6% 77.9% 76.6%

89.3% 90.7% 86.5% 93.4% 91.9% 95.2%

97.1% 96.5% 99.6% 99.6% 99.3% 100%

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Placement of Students (Normal Academic)

Year % qualifying for 2-year JC

N (A)

% qualifying for 3-year CI Course

N (A)

% qualifying forPolytechnic

N (A)

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

6.0% 8.3% 11.1% 8.8% 23.4% 12.3%

30.0% 52.7% 55.5% 35.1% 61.7% 57.9%

54.0% 86.0% 85.1% 68.4% 100% 100%

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Subject

School% Dist 2008 2009 29.3 63.1 47.1 47.0 61.7 44.9 24.0 50.4

Nation% Dist 2009 21.9 55.8 52.1 41.0 40.2 44.1 30.2 38.8

School% Pass

National% Pass 2009 93.0 94.8 96.0 97.4 95.3 89.6 88.8 86.6

2008 98.2 96.7 97.6 99.2 100 100 95.9 96.4

2009 99.3 98.6 95.9 100 99.3 98.0 89.6 91.4

English Mathematics Additional Mathematics Physics Chemistry Biology Combined Humanities Science (Phy/Chem)

40.4 54.6 50.0 48.5 53.1 62.5 30.1 56.4

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Subject

School% Dist 2008 2009 27.3 37.3 3.5 16.7 12.5 50.0 12.5

National% Dist 2009 41.9 49.3 33.4 35.3 30.9 18.5 21.7

School% Pass

National% Pass 2009 97.0 97.2 97.6 99.3 99.1 79.8 78.2

2008 92.3 98.3 81.9 88.9 100 86.7 74.1

2009 96.1 96.9 76.3 100 100 50.0 66.7

Literature Geography Chinese Malay Tamil Design & Technology Principles of Accounts

30.8 39.0 6.9 0.0 11.1 13.3 0.0

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ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS 2004- Top 10 value added 2005 - Value Added Award (Bronze) 2006 - Value Added Award (Silver) 2007 - Value Added Award (Silver) 2008 - Value Added Award (Gold) 2009 - Value Added Award (Gold) 2010 - Value Added Award (Gold)

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Academic Scholarships & Prizes

· OBA medallists ( Gold & Silver ) · Lee Hah Ing Scholarships · Khoo Teck Kwee Scholarships (Sec 1 to Sec 3) · Subject Prizes (Top Students with A1)

40

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Financial Schemes available

· · · · · MOE Financial Assistance Scheme PSG Financial Assistance Scheme Khoo Teck Quee Bursary Award BRMC Education Grant Class of '78 Bursary

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Events you should support

· · · · · · · · Super Series Programme ACS 125th Founder's Day Celebrations Father-Son Trip to Cambodia Coffee Chats ( email: [email protected] ) Night Study Programme Tea for Sec 4 / 5 Consultation Programme NYAA Carnival ACS 4 - 12 Nov 2011

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SUPER SERIES 2011

Objectives:

At the end of the programme, students will experience and " master the following: " 1. 2. 3. 4. Principles of highly successful individuals " Personal responsibility and Increased selfesteem" Beliefs of winners " Effective Accelerated Learning (AL) strategies "

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SUPER SERIES 2011

Objectives:

5.

Effective time management for the extra time that they have gained through the use of AL skills #

6.

Peak performance with powerful state management #

7.

Improved relationships with friends and family#

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SUPER SERIES 2011

Details are as follows:

Date: Wed 19 Jan ­ Fri 21 Jan 2011 Time: 8.00am ­ 9.00pm. Students are to report to school as per normal ie at 7.35am Venue: Various Learning Centres. Cost: $110 per student (Deductible from EduSave account) Attire: School-based T-shirt and school pants with regular school socks and shoes

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SUPER SERIES 2011

PARENTS' SESSION ON THE LAST DAY

Date: Fri 21 Jan 2011 Time: 7.00pm ­ 9.00pm. Students are to report to school as per normal ie at 7.35am Venue: Mrs Lee Choon Guan Concert Hall On that day, there will be a light dinner provided for parents from 5.30pm ­ 6.45pm. Do indicate if you are able to join us in the response slip

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"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."

Jeremiah 29: 11

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Thank You

Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road)

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Thank You

We hope that you will have an enjoyable and memorable time with us at Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road)

Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road)

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CONTACT TIME with Form Teachers at Classrooms

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