The first phase of primary school registration kicked off today (Wednesday, June 30) at 9am. As was the case like year, this year too, registration for Primary 1 is being done online.
Spanning over seven phases, primary school registration phase 1 will start with children whose siblings are current students of their chosen school.
Primary School Registration Phase 1 Kicks Off Today, June 30
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A total of 41,888 places are available at 181 primary schools for admission in the year 2022. (This is five schools short of the total count of 2021.) And overall, 37,861 children born in Singapore in 2015 will be eligible for Primary 1 next year.
Under the primary school registration Phase 1, all registered children will be guaranteed a place.
Similar to last year, parents have to complete an online application to register their children. The application will indicate the school where the older sibling is studying and their preferred school will provide them with the registration details.
This year’s primary school registration Phase 1 will close on Thursday (1 July) at 4.30pm.
Dates For The Next Phases Of Primary 1 Registration
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To keep you on track with each primary school registration phase, here is a breakdown of the phases as well as important dates you need to remember.
Primary School Registration Phase
7 July (Wednesday)
For children whose parents are members of either:
Phase 2A (2)
14 July (Wednesday) – 15 July (Thursday)
26 July (Monday)
For children whose parents have either:
3 – 5 August
For children who have not yet registered in a primary school and with no links to the schools.
Those who are eligible for Phases 2A(1), 2A(2) and 2B will need to register for a primary school through an online form.
If you still could not register in a primary school after Phase 2C, you can use the Primary One Internet System under Phase 2C Supplementary on August 19.
There is also Phase 3 for international students to register for primary school; when all Singaporeans and permanent residents have already been allocated a place in schools.
MOE also provided a step-by-step guide on this year’s Primary 1 registration process, which you can access for more information on how to register your child.
Lead image source from Facebook / Ministry of Education, Singapore.