(a) For a child whose parent is a former student of the primary school and who has joined the alumni association as a member not later than 30 June 2014.
(b) For a child whose parent is a member of the School Advisory / Management Committee
Announcement of Results:
By Thursday, 9 July 2015
Updated 4 July 2015: Predictions
To understand the risk of any school balloting in Phase 2A(1), we have done an analysis of the 2015 Phase 1 take-up rate (TUR) versus the historical demand in 2014.
We have updated the balloting risk for each school for the 2015 Primary One Registration Exercise. This is based on the historical applications and balloting events that happened in the schools for the last 9 years. The table also reflects the most popular schools in Singapore.
For a child who has a sibling studying in the primary school of choice.
Update: 3 July 2015 (Analysis)
Phase 1 is over. The overall take-up rate for 2015 Phase 1 across all schools was very similar with that in 2014 (less than 1% increase). However, some schools did experience changes of between -16% to 25%. The newer schools enjoy the largest increases, as they are now starting to take in siblings of the students who entered the school in the last few years.
At 61%, Horizon Primary has the highest take-up rate for Phase 1 this year. Nanyang, Tao Nan and Nan Hua are also the schools which have more than half of their places taken up by Phase 1.