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The WEATHER on FRIDAY (29 Nov 2002): Showers with thunder in the afternoon over many areas.  WEATHER OUTLOOK:  SATURDAY & SUNDAY: Afternoon showers with thunder can be expected.    WATER TIDES (this month)  High tide   6.56am  2.5m    6.20pm  2.5m      SUN Sunrise  6.52am    Sunset  6.55pm   MOON  Moonrise  2.09am   Moonset  2.34pm    PSI: 44 (good)   TEMPERATURE: 24-32 degrees Celsius (The weather is updated daily before 8am Singapore time) For more information, call Meteorological Service Singapore Tel: (65) 6542 7788.

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Performance of 2002 PSLE cohort

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A total of 53,149 Primary 6 pupils sat for the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) this year, an increase of 2,818 (or 5.6%) over the 2001 Primary 6 cohort. There were 47,405 pupils from the EM1 and EM2 courses and 5,744 from the EM3 course.

As in past examinations, pupils in the EM1 and EM2 courses sat for English, Mathematics, Science and Mother Tongue; pupils in the EM3 course sat for Foundation English, Foundation Mathematics and Basic Mother Tongue.

In all, 51,203 pupils (or 96.3%) have been assessed as suitable to proceed to secondary school. Of these students, 62.2% are eligible for the Special or Express course and 34.1% for the Normal (Academic) or Normal (Technical) course.

There are 1,946 pupils (or 3.7%) who are assessed to be not yet ready for secondary school in 2003 or more suited for vocational training. Of these, 1,658 will be given another year in Primary 6 to consolidate their basic language and mathematics skills. The remaining 288 who are overaged will be enrolled in basic vocational training courses.

The tentative date for the release of Secondary One Posting results is Friday, 20 Dec 2002.

TOP PSLE PUPILS:

Name/Sex School

Audrye Wong Tungi /Female

Raffles Girls' Primary School

Zou Long /Male

Chongfu Primary School

Yeong Li QIAN /Male

Catholic High School

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NEW WEB SITES

singapore-buskers.com  is the Web site of the Singapore River Buskers Festival 2002.

gov.sg/career/   The Civil Service has launched a Web site called Singapore Cvil Service Career Website which puts all available openings in the Government sector in full view of visitors to the Web site.

Diwali-greetings.com  has an excellent collection of Diwali greeting cards which you will love to send to your loved ones.

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Current Issues Affecting Our Community

CoolConnect portal to shut down on 31 Dec 2002

Education Minister speaks on the new JC Curriculum

Clubpets - newest pet magazine launched

AIDS/HIV in Singapore - excerpt of speech: Dr Balai Sadasivan

United launches online award booking feature for Int'l Mileage Plus members

Eye č City - A Visual Account of the Last 24 Hours of 2002

Songs 2002 Finals

Holding on to win a Subaru Impreza car

The Unbeatables III - public promotion at Marina Square

Christmas Facades 2002

Use ATMs to exchange your ERS for cash  

Playworks - newest gaming magazine launched

Works for Pao Kun - Legend Alive

First - all-about-movies magazine launched

Singapore River Buskers Festival 2002

Christmas Trees 2002  

Living With Lydia: Lydia & screen family attend autograph-signing session

Singapore Civil Service Career Website - for Government job listings

Application for Lifetime Photocard Driving Licence

Do we need The Esplanade?  

Harvey Norman celebrates 1st birthday in Singapore

Prelim. employment, unemployment & retrenchment est. for 3rd qtr 2002

Singapore's current population trends 1971-2001

Book Review: Heart Work

Ah Boy & Ah Girl Groups - seeking ex-schoolmates

The Teacher's Dilemma

Has the National Library got to go?

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BANKmates: Get a Personal Assistant to do your errands in Singapore.

We are now 4711 pages thick and growing.

Public Holidays HARI RAYA PUASA is the next public holiday. It falls on 6 Dec 2002.

 

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