Jubilee Secondary School

Assessment Policy

Lower Secondary School

There are three assessment periods for grade 9s and grade 10s: AP1, AP2, AP3

Each subject is required to collect 200 marks through tests, assignments, bookwork, presentations, and other means approved by the school assessment policy.

Students in the lower secondary are externally examined in the following subjects:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science and Social Sciences
  • Personal Development
  • Business Studies and Arts
  • Home Economics and Practical Skills
  • Computing Studies
  • Religious Education and Library Skills are not externally examined but compulsory

 

Upper Secondary School

There are three assessment periods of grade 11s and grade 12s. Marks in term 1 for grade 11 are only use for guidance into sorting students into different streams

Science classess

  • Language & Literature
  • Advanced Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Geology or ICT and
  • Religious Education
  • Humanities Class
  • Language & Literature
  • General Mathematics
  • History and Geography
  • Legal Studies and
  • Religious Education
  • Business Class
  • Language & Literature
  • General Mathematics
  • Accounting and Business Studies
  • Economics
  • ICT and Religious Education

School daily routine

Beginning of the week

Each school week begins at 7:50 am with the school assembly on Monday morning. A student who comes later than 7:50 am is considered late. Each school day is comprised of 8 periods of 40 minutes each with a lunch break between 4th and 5th periods.

During the week

A one-hour study period is usually scheduled for Mondays and Wednesdays where students are required to use the time productively. Afternoon activities for Tuesdays are choir activities, FSC activities, and SRC forums alternatively. Thursday afternoons are for sports or community services. At the end of each day, a class is rostered to clean up the school.

End of the week

The school week usually ends with a Friday afternoon assembly. Assemblies are meant for the administration or the student leaders to communicate to the whole student body. Students are required to participate.