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Candidates must have the following GCE 'O' Level examination (or equivalent) results.
Candidates would need to be certified medically fit for study by a certified medical doctor, and to work with children according to ECDA’s medical requirements for preschool teachers.
You must also have sat for Mathematics (Elementary/Additional) and fulfil the aggregate computation requirements for the ELR2B2-A Aggregate Type.
To be granted teacher certification status by ECDA to also teach English up to Kindergarten levels, applicants must have a minimum of a B4 for GCE ‘O’ level English Language (EL).
* All applicants with a C5 or C6 in EL in the GCE ‘O’ Level examination are given two years from the point of teacher registration to obtain at least a B4 in ‘O’ Level English (English as a First Language) or English Language Acceptable Alternatives.
** The main medium of instruction for these subjects must be in English, except for a language subject.
Find out more on entry requirements and admissions exercise periods for qualifications such as N(A)-Level, A-Level, ITE, IP, IB and more.
“My capability to nurture and bring out the best in every student will define my success as an educator.” Shantiny, from our very first batch of Tamil Studies with Early Education (TSE) graduates, shares with us her definition of success. Currently pursuing a Diploma in Education at National Institute of Education (NIE), Shantiny is working towards her dream of becoming a Tamil Language primary school teacher. Shantiny said HMS was like a big family. The family taught her values such as creativity, perseverance and teamwork. The HMS motto, ‘Think People’, always reminds her to be broad-minded and view things in multiple perspectives. In true HMS spirit, she regularly tries out different teaching and learning methods, so that she can cater to children with different learning styles. The opportunity to intern at an MOE kindergarten exposed her to students with different backgrounds, deepening her belief to become an educator with great passion. She said, “Be strong in your passion and strive to excel in everything you do.” We know she walks her talk. We wish her all the best with her journey in education!