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Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE) 2018 booklet for O-Level students

Please click on the image to access the entry requirements for post-secondary institutions:
  • Junior College / Millennia Institute
  • Polytechnics
  • ITE

Joint Intake Exercise 'N' (JIE 'N') 2018 for N-Level students
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Please click on the image to access the entry requirements for ITE courses:
  • National ITE Certificate (Nitec) for courses that require completion of GCE ‘N’ Level or GCE ‘O’ Level as an entry requirement, with pre-requisites for certain courses.
  • Higher National ITE Certificate (Higher Nitec) for courses that require GCE ‘O’ Level or GCE 'N' (Academic) Level with pre-requisites as an entry requirement.
  • Technical Diploma for courses that require relevant Higher Nitec / Nitec as an entry requirement.

5 Types of Poly Courses for Post-Millennials (via Schoolbag.sg)


From hybrid engineering courses to the study of marine life, there are plenty of offerings at the Polytechnics to meet the interest of your students. Read more here.

A Guide to Building Mental Wellbeing of Children and Youth


In this guide, HPB have provided activities and tips that parents and teachers may use to build on the different mental wellbeing domains for children and youth. Parents may wish to use the information in your interaction with parents and families, in order to work together to build the mental wellbeing of children and youth.

Please click here to access the guide.

Article by Mrs Jenny Yeo, 9 July 2016 ‘Your Grades Do Not Define You’
Please click here to read the article.

Strengthening positive Teacher-Student Relationships

Paya Lebar Methodist Girls' School (Sec) has continued to place a premium on enabling positive teacher-student relationships (TSR) to grow in a culture of care. The school’s journey, together with six others which have utilised either Transactional Analysis, Positive Education or Restorative Practices, has been captured and compiled into a book: Strengthening Positive TSR: Learning from the journeys of seven schools. Please click here to access the book.


Supporting your child’s transition through Secondary School

This resource provides tips for parents to build a supportive and caring home environment to nurture the Social and emotional skills of their children and support them through transitions. Please click here to access the resource.

What is Dyslexia?

This resource (What is Dyslexia?) was designed primarily for parents.

What is Dyslexia? aims to raise awareness of  the characteristics of dyslexia, dispel some common myths, and provide  strategies that parents can use to support their child with dyslexia at  home.

What is Dyslexia? covers three broad areas:
  • Signs of dyslexia
  • Common myths about dyslexia
  • Supporting my child with dyslexia
    • Helping your child to have a healthy self-esteem
    • Helping your child with literacy activities (each activity is accompanied by a printable hand-out in PDF format)
    • Helping your child with homework

You may click here to access What is Dyslexia? on the Parents in Education website,

2015 - Multiple Pathways for N-level Students

What are the different education pathways available for our N-Level students? View this infographic now!


How Parents Can Support Their Children in the Learning of Tamil Language in Secondary School

Please click here to read the article.


Building Resilience in Your Child

This resource provides information for parents on how to foster resilience and recognise common stress symptoms in their daughters. Tips on how to guide your child in developing a sense of purpose, setting goals, problem solving, building character strengths, developing positive thinking, building positive social skills and building “emotional strengths” are also included. 

Please click on link to download the resource.

Time management Resource

Developing time management skills is an important part of life. We seek to help our girls become aware of how they use their time in the context of competing demands on their time. Click on this link to download time management tips and a blank daily time-table for planning the use of one’s time. 

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Healthy Meals in Schools Programme

Source: Heatlh Promotion Board

Resources for students on Note-taking, Listening, Participation Tips

Source: Dartmouth College, USA

Resources for students on Study skills: Time management, Reading, Note-taking, IT literacy, Research & Library skills

Source: University of Cambridge

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Stay Cool! Beat Stress

This 16-page booklet by the Health Promotion Board (HPB) gives some tips on how to manage stress and other challenges. Click on icon to find out how you can beat exam stress


Manage Stress Before It Manages You

This booklet by the HPB informs adults about the sources and signs of stress. It educates adults on managing stress effectively to prevent health problems. Click on icon to find out how you can manage stress


It's Exams Time!

Bookmark for parents
This is a bookmark that provides parents with tips on how to be there for their child during the exams period. Click on image to download the bookmark


It's Exams Time!

This is a poster that  serves to remind students on what to do before, during and after exams with the aim to help them manage their stress better. Click on image to download the poster


Guide for Parents on Setting Parental Controls

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Care Brochure

Please click on image to download this resource for staff and parents in crisis support.