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Student Movement Clinic Session Announcement
by Jeslyn Hii - Monday, 26 October 2015, 10:39 AM

Dear all,

In preparation for the Academic Year 2016, please be informed that we will be conducting Clinic Sessions to address Student Progression/ Transfer/ Withdrawal which will commence from 26th October (Monday) to 7th of November (Saturday).The session will be conducted in the afternoon only. Schools should only send a maximum of 2 representatives with the School Registrar user role.

The schedule is as follows:

Brunei Muara/Temburong Schools
Date: 26th October – 4th November, 2015
Time: 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Venue: SR JALAN 10

Tutong/Belait Schools
Date: 5th & 7th November, 2015
Time: 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Download: iNEIS™ Student Movement Clinic Session Schedule.pdf


The Clinic Session for Student Progression/ Transfer/ Withdrawal will cover the following agenda: 

  • Student Progression – Progressing student using the delivered feature in iNEISTM.
  • Student Streaming – Progressing Year 8 students to Year 9 programmes.
  • Student Transfer – Transferring students to another school using iNEISTM.
  • Student Withdrawal – Withdrawing students from schools using iNEISTM.

School Registrars are required to prepare and bring the following information to the session in order to perform the activity:

  • List of retained students.
  • List of students who should be transferring/withdrawing.
  • List of students from Year 8 with their new program/stream for Year 9 and list of retained students. Schools can download list of Year 8 students from the Query Viewer. [MOE_PR_SECS or MOE_PR_SPRT]
  • Schools are expected to be ready to progress students “manually” for students who do not meet the attendance percentage requirement of 85%.

To know when your school is scheduled to attend, please click here.

Please visit the iNEISTM Portal to ensure you stay up to date on the latest info regarding preparations for the Academic Year 2016.

Thank you very much for your kind attention on this matter.

(Edited by Sally Leong - original submission Wednesday, 21 October 2015, 12:50 PM)

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