The A-Level results will be released tomorrow, 19 February 2021. It is a major milestone which can be a difficult and challenging period for the 2020 A Level graduates.
Regardless of the outcome, it is important for them to know that they are loved for who they are, and that their grades do not define them or their future. The social and emotional support you provide will be especially valuable and crucial in helping them manage their emotions, and be positive when deciding on their next steps. Do take this opportunity to have further open conversations with your child about his/her interests and choices, and support him/her in his/her education and career journey.
For more resources on providing social and emotional support, affirming your child, and supporting your child’s transition through post A-Level education, please refer to: https://go.gov.sg/selresforparents. You and your child may also wish to refer to the What’s Next pamphlet (https://go.gov.sg/whats-next) and available ECG resources on the MySkillsFuture portal (https://go.gov.sg/MySFPreU) for more information on institutions, courses and education and career options.
For ECG counselling services, students may contact the ECG Counsellor in their schools. Students may also contact the ECG Centre @ MOE (Grange Road) for online or phone counselling appointments between 15 February to 19 March 2021 via
- Email: email@example.com
- Appointment booking form: https://go.gov.sg/moe-ecg-centre
- Phone: 68311420 (operating hours are 9.00am to 5.00pm on weekdays and 9.00am to 12.30pm on Saturdays)
We encourage all students to return to their schools to collect their results. However, for those who are unable to return to school, they may view their results online. The guide on accessing the SEAB results release system can be accessed via: https://go.gov.sg/seabresultsguidegce.
Please refer to the attached information sheet for more tips and resources on supporting your child.