ANGLO-CHINESE SCHOOL (JUNIOR)

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GENERAL INFORMATION

School Type: Government-aided/Boys’ school/Single session



School Vision: Every ACSian, a young gentleman of character ready for the future to lead and to serve.

School Mission: To nurture pupils with a quality, holistic education, rooted in Christian values, that allows each to reach his fullest potential, equipped with life skills to face the future and to serve God and nation.



Principal: Mrs Chaillan Mui Tuan



Affiliated Secondary School/s: Anglo-Chinese School (Independent), Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road)



Parent Volunteering: N.A.

Parent Volunteering Details: N.A.



Open House: N.A.



P1 Registration Details: http://acsj.moe.edu.sg/our-school/p1-registration-information



Alumni: https://www.acsoba.net/



Religious/Clan Affiliation: The Methodist Church in Singapore

Religious/Clan Affiliation Details: http://www.methodist.org.sg/index.php/ministries/methodist-schools

Mother Tongue:
Chinese
Malay
Tamil
Higher Chinese
Higher Malay
Higher Tamil

Foundation Subjects: N.A.

Special Assistance Plan (SAP): N.A.

Gifted Education Programme (GEP): N.A.

Distinctive Programmes:

CCAs: http://acsj.moe.edu.sg/our-ccas/general-information

School-based Student Care: N.A.

SPECIAL NEEDS SUPPORT

MOE Policy: All schools are equipped with barrier-free features on the ground floor. This includes handicapped toilets and ramps to common areas such as the main entrance, general office, and canteen. In addition, schools with full handicap facilities are retrofitted with features such as lifts, connectivity between blocks, handicapped toilets, and ramps on the upper levels. Such schools are located across the island. In line with regulatory requirements, all new schools and schools undergoing major upgrading will be provided with barrier-free enhancements, including additional lifts, handicapped toilets, and ramps.

Full Handicap Facilities: N.A.



Allied Educator/s: http://acsj.moe.edu.sg/our-acsj-family/academic-staff

MOE Guide: https://www.moe.gov.sg/docs/default-source/document/education/special-education/files/parents-guide-children-special-educational-needs.pdf


PERFORMANCE

MOE Awards (2016)

Development Award
PARTNERS (PARents, Teachers, and NEighbourhood Resources in Synergy; Merit)

Outstanding Development Award
ODA (Character Development)

Extracurricular Achievements

Details available on MOE’s School Information Service.

School Highlights: http://acsj.moe.edu.sg/achievements/achievements-2016

Academic Achievements

2015 PSLE Results

Merged Stream: Number of Candidates

281

% of Pupils qualifying for Express

85.7

% of Pupils qualifying for Express/ Normal (Academic)

5

% of Pupils qualifying for Normal (Academic)

7.1

% of Pupils qualifying for Normal (Academic)/(Technical)

1.4

% of Pupils qualifying for Normal (Technical)

0.7

English

2015

National Average

Overall

Male

A* – A

67.6%

44.9%

40.3%

A* – C

99.6%

97.0%

96.1%

Mathematics

2015

National Average

Overall

Male

A* – A

71.1%

45.4%

47.9%

A* – C

97.4%

85.4%

86.1%

Science

2015

National Average

Overall

Male

A* – A

71.8%

41.9%

44.0%

A* – C

98.9%

90.1%

91.4%

Chinese

2015

National Average

Overall

Male

A* – A

73.6%

73.1%

65.0%

A* – C

99.0%

96.5%

94.7%

Malay

2015

National Average

Overall

Male

A* – A

62.5%

73.2%

64.2%

A* – C

87.5%

98.0%

96.8%

Tamil

2015

National Average

Overall

Male

A* – A

66.7%

73.3%

68.5%

A* – C

66.7%

97.1%

95.8%

64 pupils were diagnosed with learning difficulties; of these, 45 boys qualified for Express, with 32 scoring between 200 and 235, and an additional 13 boys scoring 235 and above.

2012 PSLE Results

Merged Stream – Number of Candidates

281

% of Pupils qualifying for Express

80.8

% of Pupils qualifying for Express/ Normal (Academic)

9.3

% of Pupils qualifying for Normal (Academic)

8.2

% of Pupils qualifying for Normal (Academic)/(Technical)

1.1

% of Pupils qualifying for Normal (Technical)

0.7

66 pupils were diagnosed with learning difficulties; 31 boys with learning difficulties qualified for Express, scoring between 200 and 235, and an additional 18 boys scored 235 and above.

2008 PSLE Results
 
Subject % of Passes % of A* & A
  School National (Male)
School National (Male)
English 100 97.0 79.5 40.1
Chinese 95.5 96.9 57.8 73.0
Mathematics 94.5 83.9 64.9 45.2
Science 98.7 92.4 71.7 46.4
Malay 100 96.8 66.7 64.9
Tamil 100 97.9 63.2 70.3
Punjabi 50.0 80.4 50.0 51.0
Hindi 100.0 95.5 100.0 73.1
Gujarati 100.0 100.0 100.0 95.0
Bengali 100.0 92.3 100.0 92.3
  % of Passes  % Merit % of Distinction
Higher Chinese 31.0  58.7 10.3
Higher Tamil 0  83.33 0
Higher Malay 33.3  33.33 33.3

2006 PSLE Results

Overall EM1 / EM2 %  : 100% Passes
Overall EM3 %  : 92.3% Passes

Top Pupil:
Samuel Lim Wen Yan (264)
Joel Chew Wen Rong (264)
Bea Jian Wei Eric (264)

Subject % of Passes % of A* & A
  ACS National ACS National
English 100 97.4 78.3 44.0
Chinese 95.4 96.4 65.3 72.3
Mathematics 96.0 85.0 71.6 46.1
Science 99.7 92.0 79.6 47.0
Malay 100 97.6 66.7 65.8
Tamil 100 98.4 75 70.5
Punjabi 100 98.1 100 60.4
Hindi 100 96.5 100 73.9
  % of Passes % of Distinction
Higher Chinese 100 4.3
Higher Tamil 100 0

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I also keen to know the diff

I also keen to know the diff

yes being a member of a

yes being a member of a Methodist church will get you priority for ACS(J) but not SAJS because the latter is Anglican whereas ACS is a Methodist Insituition.

Difference between ACS Primary and ACS Junior

 Hi all,

I’m a newbie here as well as a young parent. As with most of the forummer here, I’m too are looking for school for my children.

What is the diffence between ACS primary and ACS junior?

Thank you.

Getting into ACS Junior

Hi Dynamite,

Being a Methodist would most definitely help. Get a letter from your church stating that you are a member and that letter would qualify you to register in Phase 2B.

However, due to the popularity of the school and the large number of parents who want to register their sons in ACJS, there is likely to be insufficient places in Phase 2B to accommodate all applicants, so balloting is likely and the distance you live from the school will come into play.

Best case scenario outside being an old boy – to be a Methodist and live within 1km of the school!

SAJS is also a good school – our revered Chief Kiasu is an old boy! 

I encourage you to read the forums to get an idea of the culture of both schools, and once you’ve decided, the forums will also give you a good idea of how to get into your school of choice. Good luck!

To get a place for my son in ACS Junior for 2012

Hi,

I will like to send my son to ACS Junior for his Primary 1 registration next year. Can anyone advise me if being a Methodist of the church will enhance my chance of getting him into the school?

I am actually contradicting between ACS Junior and St Andrew Junior.

Hope someone can give me some advise.

Thanks!