Some 97.6 per cent of the cohort passed the exam and can move on to secondary school. This is slightly higher than last year's 97.5 per cent.
Here are some stories, guides and tips on secondary schools and the application process.
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Former Raffles Girls' School (RGS) principal Carmee Lim has a scholarship named after her, in honour of her work in education.
Students may apply for their secondary schools via the Secondary One-Internet System (S1-IS).
The results of the 2014 Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) will be released this Friday.
Instructors conducting enrichment and CCA that last more than eight hours but less than 20 hours per contract can register with the MOE from January 2015.
Know about each school, from admission cut-off scores from the previous year, to transport access.
The pilot programme will start early next year.
SINGAPORE - Five special education (Sped) schools have started a new school-to-work transition programme that aims to give their students greater support to move on to the workplace.
SINGAPORE - The 2015 Lee Kuan Yew Scholarship is open for applications from Nov 13 to Dec 26, said the Public Service Division (PSD) on Tuesday.
Singapore's tuition industry is now worth more than a billion dollars.
The IJ Spirit Fund was set up by the CHIJ alumni association and will help students in need at primary and secondary schools in Toa Payoh.
"Instead of just sitting in the classroom, students learn through things like going on learning journeys conducted in Malay language...
Since February, about 1,200 of its undergraduates have completed two courses taught by their university professors on Coursera.
The schools are Hwa Chong Institution, Nanyang Junior College, Jurong Junior College and Dunman High School
The university showcased local and international female scientists at a public symposium held to tie-in with French scientist Marie Curie's Nov 7 birthday.
About 20,000 primary and secondary school students are expected to benefit from the project.
Singapore's Northlight and Assumption Pathway schools to have work-study schemes to help students gain real-life skills
Graduates of Singapore's specialised secondary schools Northlight and Assumption Pathway will soon be able to tap new work and study programmes to better prepare themselves for the workforce.
Readers say tuition for such fast learners defeats the purpose of the Gifted Education Programme.
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