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Student Admissions

Disclaimer: As much as we try to keep our information here in this website as updated as possible, please take note that this information may be subjected to changes in MOE policy. The information can be derived from the MOE official website ( http://www.moe.gov.sg ).

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P1 Registration Exercise

Information is available at the MOE website: http://www.moe.gov.sg/education/admissions/primary-one-registration/

Typically, children born within the MOE stipulated dates would be allowed to participate in the Primary 1 Registration Exercise, which would be held in the year before the year of enrolment for Primary 1.

The registration exercise would usually commence sometime in June and end in August. For the exact dates of the registration exercise, please refer to the MOE website.

There are different phases in the Primary 1 Registration Exercise, and only children/parents who fulfill the conditions for the particular phase would be eligible to participate in that phase:

Primary One Registration Phase Eligibility
Phase 1 For a child who has a sibling studying in the school of choice. 
Phase 2A(1)
> a) For a child whose parent is a former student of the school and who has joined the alumni association as a member not later than the MOE stipulated date.

> b) For a child whose parent is a member of the School Advisory / Management Committee.
Phase 2A(2) a) For a child whose parent or sibling has studied in the school of choice 

b) For a child whose parent is a staff member of the school of choice.
Phase 2B a) For a child whose parent has joined the school as a parent volunteer not later than the MOE stipulated date and has given at least 40 hours of voluntary service to the school by the MOE stipulated date. 

b) For a child whose parent is a member endorsed by the church/clan directly connected with the school. 

c) For a child whose parent is endorsed as an active community leader.
Phase 2C For a child who is ineligible for or unsuccessful in earlier phases.
Phase 2C Supplementary For a child who fails to get a place in a school of choice at Phase 2C.
Phase 3 For children who are not Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents. 

Children who are Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents and who have not registered at any of the earlier phases are also eligible to register at this phase.

Ad-hoc Student Transfers (For SC / PR pupils currently studying in Singapore Primary Schools only)

If you wish to transfer your Singapore Citizen or Singapore PR child from any Primary school in Singapore to our school, please drop by our General Office to fill in the waiting list application form, or fill in the attached softcopy of the application form and submit it in hardcopy to General Office.


You would need the following copies of documents:
  1. NRIC/ID of both parents
  2. Birth Certificate/ID of Child
  3. Latest Academic Results of Child

In the event if only 1 NRIC/ID of parent is produced:
Situation Documents Required
Single unwed parent Birth Certificate of Child
Divorced parents Divorce Certificate & Custody Letter
Death of one parent Death Certificate of parent

After the submission of the duly completed waiting list application form with all the necessary documentation, the Officer-in-charge of Student Admissions will proceed to process the application. Applications which have incomplete forms or documentation will not be processed.

If your child is shortlisted, the Officer-in-charge would inform and advise you accordingly on the transfer procedure. Alternatively, you can call the General Office to find out the status of the waiting list application.

International Student Admissions 

Information is available at the MOE website: http://www.moe.gov.sg/education/admissions/international-students/

Please take note that with immediate effect, international students would need to sit for Admissions Exercise for International Students (AEIS) or S-AEIS, and parents cannot apply directly to schools. The school is unable to place the international students on the school's waiting list.

International Students are defined as such - students who are not Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents (PR).