When did RGS offer the six-year integrated programme (i.e. the Raffles Programme (RP))?
Since 2004, students have progressed from the four-year secondary education to the two-year Pre-University/Junior College education without having to sit for the GCE 'O' Level examinations. This allows the school to devote more curriculum time to broadening the students' learning, as removing the time needed to prepare Year 4 students for the GCE 'O' Level exams could be better spent on enriching the curriculum and increasing curriculum time. Also, this facilitates a smoother transition to RI because of the close relationship of the two schools in planning and implementing the RP curriculum.
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