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2014 SEC ONE PARENTS’ ORIENTATION. TODAY’S PROGRAMME A SCHOOL OF HIGH STANDARDS, QUALITY LEARNING & HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT Respect  Responsibility  Integrity.

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1 2014 SEC ONE PARENTS’ ORIENTATION

2 TODAY’S PROGRAMME A SCHOOL OF HIGH STANDARDS, QUALITY LEARNING & HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT Respect  Responsibility  Integrity  Service  Excellence Time (hrs)ProgrammeVenue 0720Flag-raising CeremonyHall 0740Principal’s Welcome AddressAuditorium 0755Introduction of KPs by Principal 0800 Introduction to Sec 1 Yearhead Subjects offered at Bedok View CCA Policy Financial Matters Family Matters @ School PSG 0840Question and Answer Session 0900Parenting Talk: Transition to Secondary One English: Auditorium Mandarin: Library 1015 Break (to coincide with Sec One recess) Food catered for parents Outside Auditorium 1100School TourAuditorium 1130End of ProgrammeAuditorium

3 Sec 1 Year Head Ms Wong Yin Mei

4 Subjects Offered

5 Difference between Primary School and Secondary School Subjects Primary School Subjects NoSubjectExaminable/Not Examinable 1EnglishWritten Exam 2MathematicsWritten Exam 3ScienceWritten Exam 4Mother TongueWritten Exam 5ArtNon-examinable 6MusicNon-examinable 7Health EducationNon-examinable 8Social StudiesNon-examinable 9PENon-examinable

6 Sec 1 Express & Normal Academic Secondary School Subjects NoSubjectSemester 1 (Mid-Year)Semester 2 (End-of-Year) 1EnglishDrama ProjectWritten Exam 2MathematicsWritten Exam 3Lower Sec ScienceWritten Exam 4Mother TongueWritten Exam 5LiteratureDrama ProjectWritten Exam 6GeographyWritten Exam 7HistoryWritten Exam 8ArtExam 9Design & TechnologyProject 10Food & NutritionProject 11MusicNon-examinable 12PENon-examinable 13Character & Citizenship EducationNon-examinable

7 Sec 1 Normal Technical Secondary School Subjects NoSubjectSemester 1 (Mid-Year)Semester 2 (End-of-Year) 1EnglishDrama ProjectWritten Exam 2MathematicsWritten Exam 3ScienceWritten Exam 4Basic Mother TongueWritten Exam 5Computer ApplicationsWritten Exam 6Design & TechnologyProject 7Food & NutritionProject 8ArtProject 9Social StudiesNon-examinable 10PENon-examinable 11MusicNon-examinable 12Applied Theatre ProgrammeNon-examinable 13Character & Citizenship EducationNon-examinable

8 Subjects offered at Sec 3E (2014) EnglishMathematicsScienceHumanitiesCraft & Technology LiteratureAdditional Mathematics PhysicsGeographyArt BiologyCombined Hum (Social Studies & History Elective) Design & Technology ChemistryCombined Hum (Social Studies & Geog Elective) Food & Nutrition Science (Physics & Chemistry) Science (Biology & Chemistry)

9 Subjects offered at Sec 3NA (2014) MathematicsScienceHumanitiesCraft & Technology Additional Mathematics Science (Physics & Chemistry) Combined Hum (Social Studies & Geog Elective) Art Principles of Account Design & Technology Food & Nutrition

10 Subjects offered at Sec 3NT (2014) ScienceCraft & Technology ScienceElements of Business Studies Design & Technology Music

11 CCA Briefing for 2014 0 HOD PE & CCA – Mr Steven Su 0 SH CCA – Mrs Lena Tiu

12 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. 12 CCA Objectives in BV 1.To provide students with a platform to discover their interests and talents. 2.To progressively develop CCA-specific knowledge, skills, values and attitudes through sustained participation in CCA. 3.To provide a holistic and balanced education for students to learn core values, social and emotional competencies and the emerging 21st Century Competencies.

13 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. 13 CCA Objectives in BV 4.To emphasise social interaction by providing a common space for friendships and social integration amongst students of diverse backgrounds. 5.To develop a sense of identity and belonging to the school.

14 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. 14 Clubs and Societies Service Learning Club Infocomm Club

15 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. 15 Physical Sports Badminton Boys Only Football Sepak Takraw NetballGirls Only Basketball Boys & Girls Track & Field

16 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. 16 Uniformed Groups (UG) Girl Guides Girls Only NCC (Land) Girls NCC (Land) BoysBoys Only NPCC Boys & Girls St John Ambulance Brigade

17 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. 17 Visual & Performing Arts Groups Angklung & Kulintang Choir Concert Band English Drama Guzheng Modern Dance

18 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. 18 CCA Policy in BV CCA participation is compulsory for all students in secondary schools with at least ONE CCA. Allocation of CCA is based on Interest, Talent and School Needs. Attendance is compulsory and important. CCA activities will be suspended 2 weeks before Semester 1 and 2 Examinations.

19 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. 19 CCA Policy in BV School will assess requests for a change of CCA from students in the mandatory CCA on a case by case basis, and may allow for one change in CCA either at the end of Secondary One or Secondary Two. For non-mandatory CCA, students can only opt for a change at the beginning of each academic year.

20 Integrity, the Foundation. People, our Focus. Learning, our Passion. Excellence, our Pursuit Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. A Holistic Education for Secondary School Students - LEAPS 2.0 Bedok View Secondary School

21 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. Co-Curricular Programmes –4 structured programmes that complement the academic curriculum Co-Curricular Activities (CCA) Student Leadership Development Values In Action (VIA) Enrichment & Lifeskills Programme

22 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. Co-Curricular Programmes support the holistic development of the child –Provides multiple avenues to nurture students to prepare them for their future work and life Character & Values Social-Emotional Competencies 21 st Century Competencies Interests & Talents

23 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. Role of Parents in the holistic development of your child –Reinforcement of values, life skills, interests and strengths at home

24 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. LEAPS 2.0 Recognition System for Co-Curricular Attainment

25 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. Leadership Enrichment Achievement Participation Service LEAPS 2.0 DOMAINS –to recognise students’ holistic development

26 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. LEAPS 2.0 –4 domains has levels of attainment: 1 - 5 ParticipationAchievementLeadershipService

27 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. LEAPS 2.0 –Enrichment domain complements the other domains for students’ holistic development –Will be recognised in School Graduation Certificate –Will not have levels of attainment

28 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. Participation –Affirms students’ sustained development in school-based CCA throughout secondary school –Student can choose from Sports, Arts, Uniformed Groups, Clubs and Societies Achievement –Affirms students’ character development and efforts in representing the school/external organisations in events –Students diverse interests and talents are recognised as events can go beyond CCA and beyond school Key Information on LEAPS 2.0 Domains

29 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. Participation Domain in LEAPS 2.0 At least 75% attendance each year –Levels 1 – 4: Participation in a CCA for 2 to 5 years –Levels 4 – 5: Continuous involvement in the same CCA for 4 or 5 years –Levels 3 – 5: Exemplary conduct and active contribution in CCA with at least 3 years of participation in any CCA

30 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. Achievement Domain in LEAPS 2.0 Representation Level 1: –Represent class / house / CCA (Intra-school) Representation/Accomplishment Levels 2 – 4: –Representation school or external organisation in an event –Accomplishment in an event represented –Levels increase with no. of years of representation/accomplishment Level 5: –Represent/accomplish Singapore / MOE / Singapore Schools / National Project of Excellence (NPOE) / UG HQ in international UG competitions

31 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. Leadership –Affirms students’ development as a leader –Students are developed through leadership modules, National Youth Achievement Award and leadership positions. Service –Affirms students’ contributions to the community and development as responsible and active citizens –Students serve the community through schools’ Values-In- Action programmes Key Information on LEAPS 2.0 Domains

32 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. Leadership Domain in LEAPS 2.0 Level 1: –Completed 2 modules on leadership Levels 2 – 3 : –National Youth Achievement Award: –Level 2: Bronze –Level 3: Silver and above Levels 2 – 5: –Recognition of progressive student leadership development through leadership positions

33 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. Level 1 – 4: Highest level attained in either: –Number of hours of service –Number of VIA projects –A combination of both Level 5: –VIA project: Student-initiated Impacts the community beyond the school Service Domain in LEAPS 2.0

34 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore.

35 HOW TO SUPPORT MY CHILD’S HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT

36 Copyright © Ministry of Education, Singapore. Is my child able to cope? How can I help to support him/her in the learning pursuits? Supporting the Holistic Development of my Child How does my child want to pursue this development? What are the possible opportunities that can help support this development? What is my child interested in? What is my child good at? What kind of person does my child want to be? How can I reinforce my child's learning of values and life skills in his /her Co-Curricular Programmes?

37 Financial Matters

38 Finance and Administration Breakages in classrooms – students to pay Counter Collection – new timing Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 8 am to 3.00 pm (closed for lunch from 11.30 am to 1.00 pm) Eve of holidays – 8 am to 10 am.

39 Finance and Administration Temperature Taking Exercise – Tuesday, 7 January 2014 Purchase of clinical thermometers @ GO counter after school hours to 3.00 pm on Thursday, 2 January; Friday, 3 January and Monday 6 January Temperature taking costs $2 per reading Remind students to bring their thermometers to Parade Square for assembly.

40 Finance and Administration Acknowledgement and Payment Form (returns from parents) Ensure duly signed and dated Any cancellations or amendments are initialled Cash amount / cheque amount filled in properly with cheque number if applicable

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42 Finance and Administration 1.Financially Assistance Scheme Criteria Benefits How to apply Neu PC 2.Insurance Students’ Protection Plan Compulsory Sports Injury Top-Up 3.No Refund Policy 4.Non Payment of School Fees 5.Changes in Personal Particulars 6.Language Portals 7.Purchase of school uniforms and textbooks

43 Family Matters @ School

44 CALENDAR OF EVENTS A SCHOOL OF HIGH STANDARDS, QUALITY LEARNING & HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT Respect  Responsibility  Integrity  Service  Excellence EventDateTimeTeacher i/cRemarks CCA Orientation and ExhibitionMon 6 Jan 1430 hrsMr. Steven Su Mrs. Lena Tiu MTL FortnightMon 27 Jan to Wed 29 Jan 0725 to 1340 hrsMr. Desmond Phoa Chinese New Year Celebrations Thur 30 Jan 0725 to 1230 hrsMr. Desmond Phoa Chinese New YearFri 31 Jan Sat 1 Feb Mon 3 Feb Public Holiday School Holiday Total Defence Day CommemorationFri 14 Feb 0725 to 1230 hrsMs. Deepa Common Test 1 Mon 17 Feb to Fri 28 Feb Ms. Wee Yee YunRefer to individual class schedule for details Class Leaders’ Investiture Mon 3 March0820 to 0930 hrsMr. Benjamin Low Speech Day Rehearsal 1Thur 6 Mar 1430 to 1830 hrsMs. Deepa Level CampsWed 12 Mar to Fri 14 Mar Sec 1: Ms. Wong Yin Mei Sec 2: Ms. Irdawaty Sec 3: Mr. Lee Khai Yin Sec 4/5: Mr. Desmond Phoa/Mr Steven Teo Term 1 HolidaySat 15 Mar to Sun 23 Mar Whole school events

45 FAMILY MATTERS@SCHOOL A SCHOOL OF HIGH STANDARDS, QUALITY LEARNING & HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT Respect  Responsibility  Integrity  Service  Excellence NoTopic And SynopsisFor WhomDate & TimePlease cross (X) 1.Orientation & Parenting Talk on “Transition to Sec 1” *(English/Mandarin) Synopsis: Sharing on school’s policy, subjects offered in Bedok View, CCA Policy and Parenting Talk on “Transition to Sec 1”. Sec 1 Parents2/1/14 0740hrs- 1130hrs ( ) 2.Parents Support Group (PSG) Welcome Lunch Induction Programme for parents who will like to find out more about the PSG All Parents11/1/14 1100hrs- 1300hrs ( ) 3.Pineapple Tarts Baking & Parenting Talk on “Communicating with teens” (English) This parent/child bonding session includes a pineapple tart baking session and a parenting talk. Synopsis: Understand typical teen mindset & worldview Teen developmental cycle and communication pattern Communication at teen level Common hurdles to effective communication with youth All parents and their child (limited to 15 parent/child pair only) 18/1/14 0900hrs- 1200hrs ( )

46 SEC 1 BREAKFAST TALKS  Engage parents in dialogues concerning school issues  Principal & Sec 1 Year Head  Date: Term 2 Weeks 1 to 3 (Mondays)  Time: 0720 to 0820 hrs  Venue: Library  Details in the letters to be issued at a later date A SCHOOL OF HIGH STANDARDS, QUALITY LEARNING & HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT Respect  Responsibility  Integrity  Service  Excellence

47 Parenting Talk

48 PARENTING TALK  Transition to Secondary One  English: Auditorium  Mandarin: Library  Please return to the Auditorium for refreshment after the talk  Break coincides with Sec One recess A SCHOOL OF HIGH STANDARDS, QUALITY LEARNING & HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT Respect  Responsibility  Integrity  Service  Excellence


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