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NUS-MOE HSSR 2015 - H3 Research SubjectsThursday, 18-Sep-2014  

NUS-MOE Humanities and Social Sciences Research (NUS-MOE HSSR) 2015– H3 Research Subjects

Dear JC1 Students,

The NUS-MOE HSSR 2015 is now open for application.  

The NUS-MOE HSSR is jointly organised by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS), National University of Singapore (NUS), and the Gifted Education Branch (GEB), Curriculum Planning and Development Division (CPDD). 

It is an H3 option for students who demonstrate outstanding aptitude and ability in one of the following subjects: Economics, Geography, Literature in English, Chinese Language and Literature and Malay Language and Literature. 

Under the programme, students will carry out independent study and research in consultation with an academic staff from the FASS, NUS. This will allow students to pursue their interest in the Humanities and Social Sciences, and add diversity and depth to the ‘A’ Level curriculum. Students will write an Extended Essay, which will be assessed as part of their ‘A’ Level examination. The curriculum time is approximately 120 hours of independent work and consultation with an NUS Supervisor. Students are advised to understand the demands of the mentorship and are expected to be able to commit themselves to the mentorship.

Selection is based on academic performance and potential, as well as interest in and suitability for a programme of independent research. Generally, students applying for the programme in a particular subject are expected to achieve a ‘B’ or better in the corresponding subject at H2 level. Students should also possess sufficient language proficiency to be able to undertake the research and writing processes for the HSSR.

Interested students are invited to attend the Briefing for Prospective HSSR H3 Candidates on Fri, 19 Sep 2013, 4.00 pm, Lecture Theatre 2, Basement 1, Grange Road Campus (MOE HQ), 51 Grange Road, Singapore 249564.

To apply, students will have to choose one research topic and write a research proposal of about300 words. For more information and the application forms, please refer to the following websites:
(1) http://www.moe.gov.sg/education/programmes/gifted-education-programme/nus-moe-hssr/

(2) http://www.moe.gov.sg/education/programmes/gifted-education-programme/nus-moe-

Please submit your application forms to Ms Chiang Huimin (HOD/Economics) by Mon 13 Oct 2014, 12 noon. There will strictly not be any extension given to the deadline and the college will submit all applications to the NUS-HSSR Committee.

Thank you. 

Posted by : STEVE NG   

PE - Sports/Games Curriculum Survey (JC1s only)Monday, 01-Sep-2014  
PE - Sports/Games Curriculum Survey (JC1s only)

Dear JC1s,

To improve and better customise the Sports/Games Curriculum for your benefit, we seek your candid and honest feedback on the PE games module in Term 3. Besides the standard scaled responses, you are encouraged to provide feedback on specific areas, if any, at the end also. Please be assured that your feedback will not have any bearing on you in anyway. Thanks.

PE Dept
Posted by : STEVE NG   

CCA Schedule for JC1 Students (2nd Semester, 2014)Sunday, 03-Aug-2014  
CCA Schedule for JC1 Students (2nd Semester, 2014)

To provide JC1 students with more time to prepare for the upcoming Promotional Examinations, all CCA sessions will stop by the end of Term 3 Week 9 (i.e. 30 Aug 2014). 

All JC1 students will take a break from CCA from 31 Aug, right through the September holidays, to the end of the Promotional Examinations. 

Regular CCA sessions may resume after that, depending on the CCA.


Mr Andy Quek
Posted by : STEVE NG   

Chinese online magazine named 《邂逅》Tuesday, 29-Jul-2014  

A group of AJC students have produced a Chinese online magazine named 《邂逅》, that contains inspirational Chinese essays. Students are encouraged to view the magazine attached below.

  Encounter.pdf (2.89 MB)  Posted by : STEVE NG