The Secondary 1 curriculum is taught over three terms, in four sections and covers eight topics, mirroring the MOELC curriculum. Each section consists of 18 hours of contact time over 12 sessions. Using the Alter Ego 1 textbook as a guide, students start with the basics and a general revision.

At the end of the first two terms, students are assessed by a continual assessment. At the end of the third term, students sit for a graded examination. Students are also regularly assessed via class tests and quizzes to ensure they have learnt the concepts being taught. To prepare them to move on to Secondary 2, we also conduct a general revision at the end of every year.

Secondary 1

At Agape School of Education, our secondary courses are tailored to follow the MOELC curriculum.

At Agape School of Education, our secondary courses are tailored to follow the MOELC curriculum. Therefore, our course is split into three terms and covers seven topics.

At this level, students have learnt all they need to know about French grammar and vocabulary to succeed in the A2 level exam of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

Students can:

  • Understand phrases and vocabulary in simple or familiar topics of conversation.
  • Read and understand simple texts.
  • Communicate in simple tasks and short exchanges.
  • Describe simple situations.
  • Write short texts relating to matters of immediate need.

Secondary 2

At Agape School of Education, our secondary courses are tailored to follow the MOELC curriculum.

At Agape School of Education, our secondary courses are tailored to follow the MOELC curriculum. Therefore, our course is split into three terms and covers seven topics.

At this level, students have learnt all they need to know about French grammar and vocabulary to succeed in the B1 level exam of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

Students can:

  • Understand phrases and vocabulary in everyday topics of conversation or topics of personal interest.
  • Read and understand everyday texts.
  • Communicate when travelling or on familiar and everyday topics.
  • Discuss experiences, opinions and relate situations.
  • Write simple texts relating to matters of personal interest or familiar topics.

Secondary 3

At Agape School of Education, our secondary courses are tailored to follow the MOELC curriculum.

At Agape School of Education, our secondary courses are tailored to follow the MOELC curriculum. Therefore, our course is split into three terms, covering five topics and exposing students to past year exam papers. This structure prepares them to take the Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘O’ Level examination.

Emphasis is given to the practice of close passages and picture compositions, which are general points of weakness among students. At this level, students have learnt all they need to know about French grammar and vocabulary to succeed in the B1 level exam of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

Students can:

  • Understand phrases and vocabulary in everyday topics of conversation or topics of personal interest.
  • Read and understand everyday texts.
  • Communicate when travelling or on familiar and everyday topics.
  • Discuss experiences, opinions and relate situations.
  • Write simple texts relating to matters of personal interest or familiar topics.

Secondary 4

At Agape School of Education, our secondary courses are tailored to follow the MOELC curriculum.

At Agape School of Education, our secondary courses are tailored to follow the MOELC curriculum. Therefore, our course is split into three terms, covering six topics and exposing students to past year exam papers.

In addition, students will recap their grammar, be taught the fundamentals of writing a good dissertation and be coached during their coursework.

At this level, students have learnt all they need to know about French grammar and vocabulary to succeed in the B1 level exam of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

Students can:

  • Understand texts in complex situations, news and films.
  • Read and understand texts on contemporary and particular situations.
  • Communicate fluently with native speakers and take part in active discussion.
  • Discuss and debate a wide range of subjects clearly.
  • Write detailed texts on a wide range of matters of personal interest or debate.

Upon passing this level of the CEFR, students are deemed eligible for entry into universities in France and other French-speaking countries.

JC Year 1

At Agape School of Education, our Junior College courses are tailored to follow the MOELC curriculum.

At Agape School of Education, our secondary courses are tailored to follow the MOELC curriculum. Therefore, our course is split into three terms, covering three topics and exposing students to past year exam papers. This structure prepares them to take the Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ Level examination.

Emphasis is given to the practice of grammar, essay writing and coaching for coursework.

At this level, students have learnt all they need to know about French grammar and vocabulary to succeed in the B2 or C1 level exam of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

Students can:

  • Understand phrases and vocabulary in complex situations.
  • Read and understand text concerning contemporary problems and situations.
  • Communicate fluently with native speakers.
  • Discuss and debate a wide range of subjects clearly.
  • Write detailed texts on a wide range of matters of personal interest or debate.

For more information on our C1 classes, please call our school at 62222331 or email us at [email protected]

JC Year 2

At Agape School of Education, our Junior College courses are tailored to follow the MOELC curriculum.