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17
SEP

National Junior College warmly welcomes our overseas exchange guests from the United Kingdom

National Junior College warmly welcomes all our overseas exchange guests from Camborne Science and International Academy . Our guests will be here with us to participate in our International Research Exchange Programme, and also to enjoy the sights and sounds of our sunny island!

 

17
SEP

Project Cube/Roots – A tripartite partnership to build Singapore’s first urban agriculture research facility in a junior college

Life3 Biotech (Life3), Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority (AVA) and NJC have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to work collaboratively to establish Project Cube/Roots – Singapore’s first urban agriculture research facility in a junior college for research and development work on innovative, sustainable agri-tech solutions for the production of healthy food products. This tripartite partnership is the first of its kind between a local enterprise, government agency and academia that exemplifies the project’s shared vision of R.I.C.E – Research, Innovation, Community Engagement and Enterprise.

 

17
SEP

Mr William Phua: Recipient of the 2018 Science Mentorship Programme Outstanding Teacher-Advisor Award

We are happy to share that Mr William Phua is one of the four recipients of the 2018 Science Mentorship Programme Outstanding Teacher-Advisor Award! He has groomed many young scientists and researchers through his dedication towards his students and passion for the sciences. We will like to take this opportunity to thank our teachers and external research mentors for mentoring our students!

 

31
JUL

Congratulations to our Alumni, Emmanuel Lee Zong Wei and Calvin Heng Kee Hang, for Serving our Nation with Honour

09
JUL

National Junior College warmly welcomes all our overseas exchange guests

National Junior College warmly welcomes all our overseas exchange guest from Suzanne Cory High School, Chu Van An High School and Waseda University Honjo Senior High School. Our Australian, Japanese and Vietnamese guests will be here with us to participate in our inaugural Humanities Symposium 2018 held on 13 July, and also enjoy the wonderful experiences that our country offers!

 

09
JUL

2018 MOE PreU seminar student reflection

20 SH1 and SH2 students were selected to represent our school in the 2018 MOE Pre-University Seminar. From March to May, we went through a series of workshops, expert conversations, online discussions which accumulated to the final 4 days of Seminar at the end of May to 1 June.

This annual MOE Pre-University Seminar gave us an opportunity to collaborate with students from other JCs and Polytechnics to discuss issues pertinent to Singapore’s future. The theme for this year’s seminar is ‘#transformingourSG’, where we re-evaluate the practices and assumptions of the past and its relevant application to the future and explore innovative ideas to solve new problems.

We were also given the chance to listen to insights by the Minister for Education, Mr Ong Ye Kung and Minister in Prime Minister’s Office, Ms Indranee Rajah. It was interesting to view societal issues through the lens of a minister. We had the privilege to ask some of our questions to the ministers and understand their viewpoint on our thoughts. On the whole, the Pre-University experience was definitely an enriching one that I have fond memories of.

Written by Xavier Tham, 18SH09, NJC representative for 2018 MOE Pre-U Seminar

“The Pre-U Seminar was an eye-opening experience that exposes us to topics that we aren’t normally familiar with.”

Joel Goh, 18SH18, NJC representative for 2018 MOE Pre-U Seminar

“The exposure to working with many people from various institutions on this project was a challenge; the lack of a common timeslot or location for members to meet for discussions put our communicative skills to the test. The experience served to cultivate our teamwork skills.”

Crystal Chan, 18SH02, NJC representative for 2018 MOE Pre-U Seminar

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09
MAR

2018 Singapore Science and Engineering Fair

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NJCians have had an amazing run at Singapore Science and Engineering Fair (SSEF2018), with 68 shortlisted projects. In addition to clinching 6 Gold, 5 Silver, 4 Bronze, 6 Merit and 5 Special awards, for the 4th time, NJC students – Koo Weide & Kee Jin Wen – will be representing Singapore with their research work at the Intel Science & Engineering Fair at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania this May. Emma Tan and Jenevieve Ho are awarded the Junior Scientist Award, with their project being selected to represent Singapore at the Broadcom Masters International Programme at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Congratulations to all NJC participants, being shortlisted for SSEF is a testament to your effort!

Our stellar performance at SSEF is made possible by the hard work of our research students, research teachers and our external mentors! To all our research students, we hope you have had an enlightening research experience, and may you continue on in your research journey to contribute back meaningfully to the society.

Service with Honour

01
MAR

A-Level Results 2017

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The Class of 2017 has done well. Two in 5 scored 85 A-level Points and above and 1 in 2 scored 82.5 and above. This year, we also have the highest number and percentage of students scoring Distinction or Merit in their H3 subjects: 9 in 10 scored Distinction or Merit; 6 in 10 scored Distinction.

For H2 subjects, 4 or more students in 10 scored A in Art, Biology, Chemistry, Computing, Economics, English Language and Linguistics, Further Mathematics, German, Literature in English, Mathematics, Physics, Tamil Language and Literature.

We look forward to the class of 2017 to continue to “serve with honour” and to add value to the lives of others. Your academic results must not define you.  What kind of person you are years ahead would be most important and how NJC has imbued a deep sense of service to others is the marker for what we in NJC stand for.

Please take some time to appreciate and thank the ones who have contributed to your development and success: your teachers, parents and the wider NJC community.

12
JAN

Lotus Award

NJC received the Lotus Award in the SEC-Starhub School Green Awards 2017, recognizing efforts at the school infrastructure and curriculum levels to put in place eco-friendly practices. It also affirms staff and student groups, in particular, Green Link Club, in their green projects.
Green Link Club also received the Outstanding Environment Outreach Award for extending their vermicomposting knowledge beyond the college.
News article here!
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23
DEC

2017 JH1 Registration Pre-Briefing

Download the 2017 JH1 Registration Pre Briefing slides here!

22
DEC

Secondary One Registration Day

NJC welcomes our 2018 Junior High One (JH1) Students.

The details of the programme:

7:45 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. Registration Canteen
8:30 a.m. Welcome and Briefings NJC Hall
Purchase of Uniform, PE attire and books Various

Attire: Primary School uniform

Parents must attend the session. For more information, please refer to page 9 of the MOE “Choosing your Secondary Schools for Admission to Secondary 1 in 2018” booklet that was given to you.

We looking forward to meeting with you!

06
DEC

PSLE students: Appeals for NJC IP Junior High 1 2018

Appeals for admission to NJC IP Junior High 1 2018 are now on!

The appeal period is from Mon 11 Dec 2017 to Tue 26 Dec 2017 3pm.

Only official online appeals within the appeal period will be accepted.  Late appeals will not be entertained.

Please do NOT submit an appeal if you already have a place in another school under DSA, as it will not be accepted.

Please follow the instructions on the form for filling in your details, and for submission.

Please CLICK HERE for the online appeal form.

Upon submission of the online appeal, kindly submit a set of supporting documents (PSLE result, school results (P5 and P6 only), CCA records, and any certificates or testimonials) by 26 Dec 2017, 5pm to the General Office. Only appeals with supporting documents will be considered. Please note that documents without an online application will not be accepted.
You will be notified of appeal results latest by 29 Dec 2017. The school term begins on Monday 8 Jan 2018 for NJC.

Thank you.

13
JUL

Public Service Commission Scholarship (PSC) 2017

Our heartiest congratulations to our three PSC scholarship awardees from the Class of 2016! In a ceremony held at Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Lionel Oh Wei Hao (15SH03), Chu Sin Ping Natalie (15SH04) and Yeo Su Yia Denise (15SH08) received their awards in the presence of educators, families and friends. The College wishes them all the best in their studies and career in the public service.

Service with Honour.
Public Service Commission Scholarship (PSC) 2017

07
JUL

Release of SH Common Test Results

Dear SH students and Parents, please note that the Common Test results have been uploaded onto LMS.

Please log in to retrieve the results. Thank you.

27
JUN

Congratulations to our Research@NJC Students for their outstanding performance at ISSF 2017!

Our Research@NJC students have done National Junior College proud at the recent ISSF 2017 held in Busan, Korea. Congratulations to Tan Yee Lin and Yalini Mohan Rajkumar who clinched the Most Creative Research Award under the Environmental Science and Future Energies category.

In addition, Chang Shi En obtained the Science Workshops Award for her team’s presentation at the “Alive 3D Printed Fractals” workshop.

Congratulations and well done!

03
MAY

Junior High Mid Year Assessment and Senior High Common Test

The College will be having Junior High (JH) Mid Year Assessment and Senior High (SH) Common Test from 03 May till 26 May.

Parents and Guardians of JH 3/4 and SH1/2 students may login to the College Learning Management System for more details.

Thank you.

05
APR

2017 DSA exercise for NJC 6-year Integrated Programme (IP) (for admission into AY 2018.)

NJC is currently reviewing our Direct School Admission (DSA) criteria. Information will be released on our college website in early May 2017.

Our School Tour (or Open House) is on Wednesday 17 May 2017, 2 to 6 p.m. Further details will be provided on the NJC website at http://nationaljc.moe.edu.sg nearer the date.

03
APR

Welcome to National Junior College, our friends from Mahidol Wittayanusorn School!

NJC welcomes 5 students and 1 teacher from Mahidol Wittayanusorn School who will be with us from 3rd April 2017 to 10th April 2017 as part of our International Research Exchange Programme. Have a lovely and joyful stay!

20
MAR

Congratulations to all our representatives for their commendable performance at the 20th National Olympiad in Informatics!

At this year’s NOI, 9 students from National Junior College clinched 2 silver and 6 bronze medals. Well done!

13
MAR

Congratulations to all Research@NJC Students for their outstanding performance at SSEF 2017!

This year, National Junior College Research@NJC students clinched 33 awards at the 17th Singapore Science and Engineering Fair – our largest haul ever

In addition, Paula Nazarene Evangelista Say of 16SH04 has been selected to represent Singapore at the Intel ISEF 2017 at Los Angeles, California. Her project is one of the 6 projects to represent Singapore at this prestigious competition.

Congratulations to all the Research@NJC Students!

SSEF 2017

24
FEB

2016 GCE A-Level Results

We would like to commend the performance of Class of 2016.

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1. All H2 Subjects have at least 99% Passes

2. H2 Subjects with at least 50% Distinctions
• Art
• Chinese Language & Literature
• Economics
• French
• German
• History
• Knowledge & Inquiry
• Mathematics
• Physics
• Tamil Language & Literature

3. Outstanding Students in Science Course
• Arnav Shirodkar
• Bai Sin Yeou
• Chua Chia Woon Eunice
• Doreen Khin Zaw
• Janice Lee Jia Yi
• Koo Ruey Yi
• Lee Ying Xi
• Leong Wei Lyn Natalie
• Peng Zhenyan
• Teh Nian Fei
• Terence Ho Wei Yang
• Wang Yuhang
• Wu Jiarui
• Yew Jen Khai
• Yu Haoran
• Zhou Ze Gang

4. Outstanding Students in Arts Course
• Chew Wen Qi Ashley
• Teo Sze Anne
• Mohamed Hafiz B Mohamed J
• Claire Tan Su Yin
• Prairie Soh Huei Yee
• Poornima D/O Guru
• Thean Xu Zi Hilary
• Foo Ai Luan
• Toh Jia Qi Andrea
• Jade Yong Yu Jia

5. Outstanding Students in Research
• Panicker Karthik Shreekumar
• Tan Hwee Ling Sharon
• Teh Nian Fei
• Wang Yuhang
• Shen Zhouyu
• Sherwin Warwick Da Cruz
• Yew Jen Khai
• Milla Samuel
• Chu Sin Ping Natalie
• Yip Jia Yun
• Lee Eik Cheong
• Revathi D/O Manoharaan

6. Outstanding Student Leaders
• Milla Samuel
• Tan Hwee Ling Sharon
• Lim Bo Min
• Yu Haoran
• Lai Li Shuen Candice
• Lionel Oh Wei Hao
• Wang Yuhang
• Lee Ying Xi
• Fan Kaiqi
• Selina Fang Jialin
• Leong Wei Lyn Natalie
• Charmaine Chua Qi Shan
• Chen Xing Sheng
• Lim Si Yuan Hazel
• Mohamed Hafiz B Mohamed J
• Tan Jia Ying Jasmine
• Natalie Wong Jiayi
• Wu Jiarui
• Lee Eik Chong

7. Outstanding Students in Sports & Games
• Yip Jia Yun (Track & Field)
• Chu Sin Ping, Natalie (Track & Field)
• Zhan Haohan (Table Tennis)
• Daniel Goh Wen Xiang (Floor ball)
• Tan Ying Rui (Canoeing)

8. Outstanding Students in Performing Arts
• Peng Zhenyan (CO&GZ)
• Janice Lee Jia Yi (CO&GZ)
• Zheng Shanshan (CO&GZ)
• Janis Teo Ruimin (Guitar Ensemble)
• Eunice Chua Chia Woon (Guitar Ensemble)
• Doreen Khin Zaw (Guitar Ensemble)
• Liu Bingru (Malay Dance)
• Prairie Soh Huei Yee (ELDDS)
• Arnav Shirodkar (Symphonic Band)

9. Outstanding Students in Clubs & Societies
• Zhou Zegang (Aesthetics Club)
• Terence Ho Wei Yang (OAC)
• Bai Sin Yeou (BIZTECH)
• Shi Fanfei (CLDDS)
• Li Yuting (Mathematics Society)
• Teo Sze-Anne (POLITICAS)
• Chew Wen Qi Ashley (Green Link)
• Lester Ng Keng Hui (Public Address)
• Revathi Manoharaan (ILDDS)
• Neo Zhi Xian (Science & Technology)

10. 7 Distinctions or More
• Milla Samuel
• Zhang Shaojie
• Peng Zhenyan
• Yu Haoran
• Zhao Zhanglei
• Doreen Khin Zaw
• Chu Sin Ping Natalie
• Koo Ruey Yi
• Lee Ying Xi
• Wang Yuhang
• Yip Jia Yun
• Leong Wei Lyn Natalie
• Arnav Shirodkar
• Yew Jen Khai
• Li Yuting
• Terence Ho Wei Yang
• Qiu Yiming
• Wu Jiarui
• Zhang Haohan
• Zheng Wenwen
• Zhou Zegang
• Bai Sin Yeou
• Revathi D/O Manoharaan
• Chua Chia Woon Eunice
• Janice Lee Jia Yi
• Teh Nian Fei

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23
DEC

2017 JH1 Students and Parents Briefing Slides

Dear 2017 JH1 Students and Parents,

Click here to download the Powerpoint Slides during the JH1 Registration on Thursday 22 Dec 2016.

Thank you.

30
NOV

PSLE students: Appeals for NJC IP Junior High 1 2017

Appeals for admission to NJC IP Junior High 1 2017 are now on!

The appeal period is from Mon 5 Dec 2016 to Thu 22 Dec 2016 3pm.

Only official online appeals within the appeal period will be accepted.  Late appeals will not be entertained.

Please do NOT submit an appeal if you already have a place in another school under DSA, as it will not be accepted.

Please follow the instructions on the form for filling in your details, and for submission.

Please CLICK HERE for the online appeal form.

Upon submission of the online appeal, kindly submit a set of supporting documents (PSLE result, school results (P5 and P6 only), CCA records, and any certificates or testimonials) by 22 Dec 2016, 5pm to the General Office. Only appeals with supporting documents will be considered. Please note that documents without an online application will not be accepted.
You will be notified of appeal results latest by 30 Dec 2016. The school term begins on Monday 9 Jan 2017 for NJC.

Thank you.

13
SEP

Outstanding Performance at the 2016 Amazing Science X Challenge

Congratulations to Looi Kai Wen, Sherwin Warwick Da Cruz and Guan Wei for their Gold Medal winning performance at the 2016 Amazing Science X Challenge. The three students designed and built a spectrophotometer that was almost just as good as a UV/vis spectrometer in the laboratory.

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Congratulations to Looi Kai Wen, Sherwin Warwick Da Cruz and Guan Wei for their Gold Medal winning performance at the 2016 Amazing Science X Challenge. The three students designed and built a spectrophotometer that was almost just as good as a UV/vis spectrometer in the laboratory.

23
MAY

Outstanding performance at the 2016 INTEL International Science and Engineering Fair!

Congratulations to Wang Yuhang, Jia Shuyi and Sim Yu Ki.

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Congratulations to Wang Yuhang, Jia Shuyi and Sim Yu Ki for their outstanding performance at the 2016 INTEL International Science and Engineering Fair!

This year, an unprecedented 3 NJC students were selected to represent Singapore at the 2016 INTEL ISEF, held at Phoenix, Arizona. All 3 NJC students bagged various awards at the 2016 INTEL ISEF. The MOE press release can be found here.

23
MAY

Outstanding Performance at the 2016 A*STAR Talent Search (ATS)

Congratulations to Victoria Emily Hui Ting Buckland (First Prize Award), Wang Yuhang (Commendation Award) and Sim Yu Ki (Commendation Award)

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Congratulations to Victoria Emily Hui Ting Buckland (First Prize Award), Wang Yuhang (Commendation Award) and Sim Yu Ki (Commendation Award) for their outstanding performance at the 2016 A*STAR Talent Search (ATS).

The performance of our 3 students placed National Junior College as the top performing school at the 2016 ATS. More information about the winners and their projects can be found here.

23
MAY

Congratulations to all Research Students for their outstanding performance at the 2016 SSEF!

An unprecedented 27 awards were presented to National Junior College Research students at the 2016 Singapore Science and Engineering Fair (SSEF). Congratulations to all Research Students for their outstanding performance at the 2016 SSEF!

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An unprecedented 27 awards were presented to National Junior College Research students at the 2016 Singapore Science and Engineering Fair (SSEF).

Congratulations to all Research Students for their outstanding performance at the 2016 SSEF!

28
MAR

National Schools Cross Country Championships

We congratulate the Cross Country team in their individual (Top 20) and A Div Girls Overall 3rd Team win in the National Schools Cross Country Championships last week!

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We congratulate the Cross Country team in their individual (Top 20) and A Div Girls Overall 3rd Team win in the National Schools Cross Country Championships last week!

A Boys
12th Terry
16th Alden

A girls (Team Overall 3rd)
8th Valencia
10th Ashley
16th Tay Jin Wen

B Girls
19th Nicole Lee
20th Sylvia Yap<

15
MAR

Singapore Science and Engineering Fair (SSEF)

In this year’s Singapore Science and Engineering Fair (SSEF), an unprecedented 62 NJC projects were selected to be presented at SSEF finals at the Singapore Science Centre. SSEF is a national competition organized by MOE, Science Centre and A*STaR and is directly affiliated to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), which is regarded as the Olympics of science competition.

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It is with great pleasure that I would like to announce the outstanding success achieved by our students at this year’s SSEF!

This year, our school clinched a total of 27 awards (this puts us as the school with the highest number of awards in the nation for SSEF 2016); 7 Merit, 7 Bronze, 4 Silver, 5 Special awards and 4 Gold!

Such a tally is definitely one that is unparalled in our years of participation and one that is highly encouraging to research here in NJC. Out of the 6 projects that were selected to represent Singapore at Intel ISEF 2016 at Phoenix, USA, 3 projects from NJC have been selected to represent Singapore at this prestigious competition!

These are the 3 students that have been selected:
(1) Jia Shu Yi (15SH01) who presented on Linking of Printable Molecules onto Silicon Substrates.
(2) Sim Yu Ki (15SH08) who presented on Development of Electrochemically-Active Nano-particles for use in an Electrochemical Lateral Flow Biosensor for Dengue Diagnosis.
(3) Wang Yu Hang (15SH04) who presented on Exploring the Application of Nickel Hydroxide Thin Film in Waste Water Treatment.

At this juncture, i would like to thank the many teachers and staff that have contributed to this tremendous success in one way or another.

04
MAR

GCE A Level Results for NJC Class of 2015

Congratulations to the NJC Class of 2015, who have done well across diverse disciplines, in particular in research and the H3 subjects.

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GCE A Level Results for NJC Class of 2015

Congratulations to the NJC Class of 2015, who have done well across diverse disciplines, in particular in research and the H3 subjects.

At the same time, the experiences in character and leadership building, as well as deep commitment to Co-curricular Activities, have no doubt complemented the stellar academic performance.

We wish every 2015 graduate all the best for a bright future!

Click this link to see the results.

03
MAR

Release of GCE A Level Results

Dear 2015 SH2 students, The 2015 GCE A Level results will be released on 4 Mar (Fri). We welcome you back to NJC!

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Release of GCE A Level Results

Dear 2015 SH2 students,

The 2015 GCE A Level results will be released on 4 Mar (Fri).  We welcome you back to NJC!
Please proceed to the HALL by 2.30pm to collect your results and attend some briefings.
If you have outstanding payments of fees, kindly settle the payments at the Student Services Centre before 2.30pm.

All the best for your results and we look forward to see you!

NJC Admin Office

11
JAN

Sec 4 Students (JAE -JC)

The Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE) is an annual exercise conducted by the Ministry of Education (MOE)….

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Joint Admission Exercise to JC Programme for Sec 4 students The Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE) is an annual exercise conducted by the Ministry of Education (MOE). It allows holders of the Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘O’ Level results to apply for admission to courses offered in the junior colleges (JC), centralised institute (CI), polytechnics (Poly) and Institute of Technical Education (ITE). The JAE usually takes place in January, after students receive their GCE ‘O’ level examinations results. JAE application is done through the internet. Students admitted to our College under this exercise will secure a place in our JC1 cohort.

Click here for more details.

  • 13 Feb 2020

    NJC Class of 2019 – A-Level Results Collection

    Release of 2019 Singapore-Cambridge GCE A-Level Examination Results

    Dear Class of 2019 student,

    The release of the 2019 GCE A-Level examination results will take place on 21 February 2020 (Friday) at 2.30pm. National Junior College, together with Ministry of Education and Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB) have stepped up precautionary measures for the collection of the results to safeguard your health and well-being.

    Instructions for Collection of Examination Results

    1. You must proceed to http://form.gov.sg/5e44835b35f4080011615794 to submit your personal particulars and your travel declaration by 5.00pm on Mon, 17 February 2020. Subsequently, a follow-up email comprising additional administrative details will be sent to you nearer the date.
    2. If you are well, you may collect your result slips and certificates in the school from 2.30pm on 21 February 2020. You may only enter College premises from 1.30pm. Please take your temperature before coming to the school, and you must have already completed your travel declaration in order to come to school (see para 2). Temperature-taking will be conducted again when you arrive in College. You will be collecting results and other documents in a classroom instead of the school hall. If you do not wish to come to school, you can also access your results online.
    3. Family members will not be allowed into the school premises in view of the current situation. Only candidates collecting their results will be allowed entry into the school premises. No parking is allowed within NJC. If you are driven to College, please be advised that traffic in the area may be congested until about 2.00pm.
    4. If you are unwell, on Leave of Absence (LOA) or Quarantine Order (QO) as of 21 February 2020, have recently travelled to Mainland China, or affected by travel restrictions into Singapore, please do not come to the school. You can access your results online (see para 7 – 8).
    5. Arrangements will be made for you to receive the hardcopy result slips and certificates if you are not collecting your results in College.

     

    Viewing of Examination Results Online

    1. Results can be accessed via the result release system on the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board’s website (www.seab.gov.sg) from 3.00pm on 21 February 2020.
    2. For Singapore Citizens/Singapore Permanent Residents, you can use your SingPass pin. If you are eligible for SingPass[1] but have not activated it, you will receive a SingPass PIN mailer by 19 February 2020. If you are not eligible for SingPass (e.g., International students), SEAB will provide an email with one-time login details by 19 February 2020.

     

    Digital Certificate for Application to Local Autonomous Universities

    1. Starting from this year, all A-Level candidates, who are Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents, will receive digital certificates in OpenCerts format. These certificates will be available on MySkillsFuture’s Skills Passport at https://www.myskillsfuture.sg/content/portal/en/individual/skills-passport.html from 24 February 2020. If you have SingPass, you can access and submit your digital certificates electronically to the Universities that you are applying to.
    2. For international students, you may send your request for a digital certificate via email to seab_gce_admin@seab.gov.sg.
    3. Applications for admissions and/or scholarships to the local Autonomous Universities (AUs) can be done online. All school candidates who apply to the local AUs online do not need to submit a copy of their A-Level certificates. Due to the Covid-2019 situation, the local AUs will also make alternative arrangements for any assessment for admissions if applicants cannot be physically present.

     

    Education and Career Guidance (ECG)

    1. Students who need guidance on their education options can approach their teachers or the ECG Counsellor. You may wish to schedule an appointment with our ECG Counsellor, Ms Looi Yuin Yi, via http://rebrand.ly/ECGchat or contact her at looi_yuin_yi@schools.gov.sg.
    2. Students can also refer to the interactive MySkillsFuture portal at https://go.gov.sg/mysfpreu to find out more about the education options, career pathways and courses that are suited to their strengths, interests and abilities.
    3. Alternatively, students can contact the MOE ECG Centre @ Grange Road from 14 to 28 February 2020 for ECG counselling via email: MOE_ECG@moe.gov.sg or phone: 6831 1420.

     

    Useful Contacts

    1. Some useful contacts are provided below:

    Matters relating to system login details for International Students and appeal for review of results

    Email : seab_gce_admin@seab.gov.sg

    Tel: 6376-5610

    WhatsApp: 8664-1646 (for messages only)

    SingPass-related queries

    Email : support@singpass.gov.sg

    Tel : 6643-0555

    MOE Contact Centre

    Tel: 6872-2220

    University application and admission matters

    Please contact the university directly.

    1. If you have any further questions, please contact us at alevelresults@njcgclassroom.com or 6466 1144.
    2. We wish you all the best in your future endeavours.

    [1] Candidates can visit the SingPass website at www.singpass.gov.sg to find out if they are eligible for SingPass and to activate their SingPass Two-Factor Authentication if they have not done so.

  • 28 Jan 2020

    NJC Chinese Dance at The Istana Chinese New Year Open House

    NJC Chinese Dance had the honour of performing for Madam President and guests at The Istana Chinese New Year Open House.

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  • 03 Jan 2020

    Annular Eclipse Observation at NJC

    Images of annular eclipse captured on NJC's high resolution telescopes.

    We have captured an animation of the hydrogen-alpha Sun during the different phases of the annular eclipse ending with a ring of fire which you could viewed at https://tinyurl.com/NJC-eclipse-animation.  You can see a zoom-in image of the second sunspot (the one at 8 o’clock position) taken by one of our high-resolution solar telescopes at https://tinyurl.com/NJC-eclipse-sunspot

    We deployed 2 types of telescopes, namely white-light solar film telescope and hydrogen-alpha solar telescope for the eclipse observation. A white-light solar telescope enables us to see the bright white light from the Sun. It presents the Sun as an orange blank solar disk. An orange image is produced by such a telescope because observers prefer an orange Sun over a white one. A Hydrogen-alpha telescope, on the other hand passes only a narrow band of red-orange light emitted by glowing hydrogen atoms while blocking the overwhelming white light from the Sun. It enables us to see dynamic and explosive events like prominences, filaments and solar flares in the Sun’s chromosphere.

    The images in the animation were taken by a hydrogen-alpha telescope at the NJC High-resolution Solar Research Observatory (HISRO). You can see two big sunspots (white regions) on the Sun. One sunspot was near the 2 o’clock and the other at the 8 o’clock position. Solar flares can be seen from such sunspots. Unfortunately, or fortunately there were no flares on the day of the eclipse.

    Students interested in astronomy are welcomed to join us for future events.

     

  • 31 Dec 2019

    Happy New Year

    2020

    We wish all NJCians a joyful and peaceful 2020.

  • 23 Dec 2019

    Annular Solar Eclipse 2019

    Annular solar eclipse 2019

    We will be hosting a viewing party on 26 Dec at NJC for students, teachers and members of public. Telescopes and binoculars with filters for enthusiasts to witness the rare sighting will be placed at strategic locations for the viewing. We expect more than 600 enthusiasts to be present.

  • 25 Oct 2019

    Congratulations Mrs Marianne Tan on winning the INSPIRING TEACHER OF ENGLISH AWARD 2019!

    Every student wants to be in Mrs Marianne Tan's Language Arts class because of her engaging lessons and wicked sense of humour. She is able to inject fun into her lessons and make learning relevant for her students. Being taught by Mrs Tan is a life-changing experience that will imbue in all students a desire to become better users of the English language.   Read more about Mrs Tan's achievement here:  https://www.goodenglish.org.sg/inspiring-teacher-of-english-award/2019 https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/education/nine-teachers-lauded-for-being-exceptional-inspiring-teachers-of-english

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    Every student wants to be in Mrs Marianne Tan’s Language Arts class because of her engaging lessons and wicked sense of humour. She is able to inject fun into her lessons and make learning relevant for her students. Being taught by Mrs Tan is a life-changing experience that will imbue in all students a desire to become better users of the English language.

    Read more about Mrs Tan’s achievement here:

    https://www.goodenglish.org.sg/inspiring-teacher-of-english-award/2019

    https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/education/nine-teachers-lauded-for-being-exceptional-inspiring-teachers-of-english

  • 16 Sep 2019

    WSPC-ICAAS Most Outstanding Junior College Science Student Award & Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar (SIYSS) 2019

    Tan Yee LIn

    Tan Yee Lin has won this year’s Most Outstanding Junior College Science Student Award 2019, jointly sponsored by World Scientific Publishing Company (WSPC) and the Imperial College Alumni Association of Singapore (ICAAS).

    As the winner of this award, Yee Lin will be attending the Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar (SIYSS) in early Dec 2019, in conjunction with the Nobel Prize Presentation Ceremony.

    Congratulations

  • 16 Sep 2019

    Distinguished Chinese Language Teacher Award 2019

    CL Teachers Award

    Ms Lin Qiao has been awarded the Distinguished Chinese Language Teacher Award 2019. She is one of nine teachers selected for the Award.  Img 20190914 Wa0011 We have a proud history of 6 teachers given this award over the last 21 years.

    Congratulations

  • 27 Aug 2019

    14th World Dragon Boat Championships

    NJC Dragon Boat

    NJC girls represented Singapore in the Junior A team category at the 14th World Dragon boat Racing Championships and emerged Champions for the 200m event and Runners-up in the 2000m event. Our girls competed against teams from countries from all over the world.

    We are proud that our National Anthem “Majulah Singapura”  was played at the prize giving ceremony. It was an emotional moment for all the dragon boaters who represented Singapore.

    Kudos to the team.

    Njc Dragon Boat

  • 07 Aug 2019

    Class of 2019 Award Recipients – NTU

    NJC Alumni - NTU

    Every year, NTU honours a group of outstanding students with various awards. These awards are given to those who have not only consistently secured high academic record but also participated in various projects, research and special activities. We are pleased to share with you the following list of Class 2019 award recipients who are alumni of National Junior College.

     

    Name Course Awards
    Aisyah Binte Yusoff Bachelor of Arts in Sociology Koh Boon Hwee Scholars Award
    Lim Zhi Jun Double Degree in Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace Engineering) and
    Bachelor of Arts in Economics
    Lee Kuan Yew Gold Medal
    Seah Xin Yun Bachelor of Science in Chemistry &
    Biological Chemistry
    Lee Kuan Yew Gold Medal and
    Koh Boon Hwee Scholars Award
    Tang Xian Cher Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics &
    Multilingual Studies
    Lee Kuan Yew Gold Medal
    Yap Hua En, Elyse Bachelor of Communication Studies Dentsu Singapore Gold Medal cum Cash Award
    Yee Yew Fai Edward Double Degree in Bachelor of Accountancy and Bachelor of Business Koh Boon Hwee Scholars Award and
    Huray Gold Medal cum Cash Award
    for Social Responsibility