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How do I re-admit my child into the mainstream school system?
There are 2 approaches.
Approach the former school of your child and apply for re-admission
Alternatively go to MOE customer service centre and apply for re-admission
What are the documents I need to submit for re-admission?
The required documents are as follows:
Student's NRIC or Birth Certificate
Parents or Guardian NRIC
Report book / Result Slips
How do I find out more information on subject based banding for primary schools?
Details on this can be found at the following URL.
What is the school graduation certificate?
All students who complete their education at the mainstream secondary (from 2007 onwards) and pre-university levels (from 2006 onwards) will receive a comprehensive school testimonial called the School Graduation Certificate from their schools upon graduation. It includes a description of each student's academic and non-academic achievements and personal qualities.
I have lost my school graduation certificate. How can I request for a replacement copy?
There is no reprint of the School Graduation Certificate (SGC). If you have lost your SGC, you can purchase a Certified-True-Copy of SGC on the spot from
MOE’s Customer Service Centre
. Each copy of the SGC costs $10. You will need to bring along your original NRIC for identification.
If a public holiday falls on a Saturday during term time, will schools be closed on the following Monday?
The following Monday, will be a school holiday for teaching staff and pupils. Schools' general offices will remain open.
How do I update the address of my child in the school's or MOE records?
You can approach you child's school in person with your NRIC or other supporting documents to update his/her address.
Where can I find a complete list of mainstream schools and the contact details?
Please refer to the
website for a complete list of mainstream schools and their contact details.
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