How do you qualify for Phase 2B?
Phase 2B. For a child: Whose parent has joined the primary school as a parent volunteer not later than 1 July of the year before P1 registration and has given at least 40 hours of voluntary service to the school by 30 June of the year of P1 registration.
What is the difference between Phase 2A1 and 2A2?
Meanwhile, Phase 2A1, which prioritises parents who are alumni of the school or are members of the school advisory or management committee, and Phase 2A2, for children whose parents or siblings previously studied in the school or whose parents are staff members, will be combined into a single Phase 2A.
What is Phase 2C?
This phase is for children of parent volunteers and those with links to clan associations. On top of this, applicants in Phase 2C will also be allocated two-thirds of the remaining vacancies from earlier phases while those eligible for Phase 2B, will be allocated one-third of the places.
How many places are in Phase 2C?
Ang Hwee Min. SINGAPORE: The number of places reserved under Phase 2C of the Primary 1 registration exercise will double from 20 to 40 from next year. Phase 2B will continue to have 20 reserved places, while Phase 2A1 and 2A2 will be combined into a single phase.
How do I withdraw my P1 registration?
To complete the withdrawal online, both parents are required to log in to the P1-IS to submit the withdrawal. Your online registration is considered successfully withdrawn when you see the message “Your registration has been successfully withdrawn’ on the acknowledgement page after submission.
What happens if Phase 2C is unsuccessful?
If your child is unsuccessful in Phase 2C Supplementary, they will be posted to a school with available vacancy. You will be informed of the outcome on the results announcement day through SMS.
What is 2C Supplementary?
Phase 2C Supplementary is viewed as the ‘Last Chance’ Saloon’ to pick a school for their child. After this phase, parents would not have any say in which primary school their child would head to. After this stage, MOE will pick the school for your child instead.
How does Moe balloting work?
Balloting is conducted when the number of registrants exceeds the school vacancies, which can happen in any phase from 2A to 2C Supplementary. Computerised balloting will be conducted centrally by MOE. All registrants who are required to ballot are assured of an equal chance for admission into the school.
Can you apply for 2 primary schools?
Answer: At any particular phase you can only register your child in one school. The Education Ministry’s system will be able to detect duplicate registrations. But if you change your mind you may withdraw your application in order to register at another school.
How does Moe ballot work?
How many MOE kindergartens are there?
There are currently 36 MKs across Singapore, with a total of about 60 to be opened by 2025. Find an MK at your preferred location.