Results for Phase 2A(1) of Primary One Registration 2014
The results are out and surprisingly, schools that had vacancies filled are not all “brand name" schools!
Favourite primary schools during Phase 2A(1)
The results for Phase 2A(1) of the Primary One Registration Exercise for 2014 were released just yesterday, the 11th of July. Registration for Phase 2A(1) started on the 9th of July.
Out of 190 primary schools in Singapore, 28 of them have had at least half their vacancies filled. The Straits Times reported that among these 28 are Henry Park Primary and Ai Tong Primary, schools that are labelled as “brand name schools”.
Surprisingly, not all 28 schools are “brand name schools”. And several of these schools were relatively new. For instance Anchor Green Primary in Sengkang, which opened in 2008, has a 60 per cent enrolment. Endeavour Primary in Sembawang, which opened in 2009, has 55 per cent enrolment.
Most of these vacancies were filled during Phase 1, which was just before Phase 2A(1), where priority was given to children whose siblings are currently studying in the primary school of choice.
The next phase of primary one registration
The next phase after Phase 2A(1) is Phase 2A(2), which gives priority to children whose parents were former students of the school of choice, as well as children whose parents are members of staff of the school of choice.
The registration for Phase 2A(2) opens up on the 15th and 16th of July, from 8.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m. and from 2.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. For more information on registration timings, please refer to the MOE site on “How do I register my child for the Primary One Registration Exercise”.
Please bring the necessary documents during the registration exercise as well. Visit the MOE site on “Required Documents for Primary One Registration Exercise”.
Primary One Registration Exercise
For information on the phases for the Primary One Registration Exercise, please refer to the table below.
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