Singapore Primary 1 Registration School Balloting History


(Charts Updated 14 Aug 2015.  Refresh page to get the latest statistics.)

Here is the consolidated Primary One Registration balloting history of Singapore's Primary Schools, since 2006.  This data is useful to parents as an indicator of the difficulty of getting their children into their preferred schools.

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Click on one of the constituencies in the list below to get the balloting history of the schools in that constituency.


Missed P1 registration: Foreigner


I would like to know if there is still a chance that my son can get a slot in any Primary school. We missed the P1 registration and we are now worried that we might end up doing homeschool for him as international school is way too expensive for us.

Hope to hear some suggestions and recommendations herre.



Kristine Jugo-Gerona | Thu, 19/11/2015 - 4:16pm

Missed P1 registration

I'm afraid there's really nothing you can do at this time.  There are many other foreigners who did not miss the registration but also could not secure a place for their children.  There just aren't enough places to accommodate all kids this year.

MOE will just ignore you if you contact them.  Your best bet would be to home school your child while staying in contact with the Principals of some of the local schools and then try again at the end of 2016.  You might get lucky.

ChiefKiasu | Tue, 24/11/2015 - 6:55pm

What is the difference between Pink color and Green color?

Thanks for the sharing of this Balloting History which is very useful.

By comparing, I've got a bit confuse that what is the difference between pink color, yellow color and green color for SCs within 1km? For example, in Anglo-Chinese, pink color for 2015 and green color for 2014. Does it mean if the child is SC within 1 km, no balloting for both years at all?

In another words, only red color for SCs within 1km need balloting, am I right?

Pls clarify. Many many thanks.

Roaming224 | Mon, 14/09/2015 - 3:01pm


Yes, your interpretation is correct.  For more info, you need to refer to the legend at the top of each set of charts.

Also, if it is Red, it not only means that only those <1km needs to ballot, it means that anyone beyond 1km has zero chance at all.  The same applies for all other distance categories.

ChiefKiasu | Wed, 30/09/2015 - 11:25pm

elias park primary school

does anyone know the current status of vacancies at elias park primary school. we are singapore PR in 1-2km 

in neverland | Fri, 31/07/2015 - 4:13pm

Getting a letter from SHHK

can anyone advise how difficult it is to get a letter from shhk? I've been a member for at least 4 years but have not done much volunteer work. Thank you.

pingping | Mon, 15/06/2015 - 12:33am

Update in future?



You seem to have updated the page in the future. Time Travel? :)

chandrakiran | Thu, 24/07/2014 - 9:40pm


:)  Sorry.  I don't know what I was thinking.

ChiefKiasu | Thu, 24/07/2014 - 11:01pm

Hi..   Anyone knows how's the



Anyone knows how's the chances for getting into Maris Stella High School for phase 2C?


Please advise.. We stay between 1-2km from Maris Stella High School..


Anxious Mother

Ling Koh | Wed, 09/07/2014 - 11:19am

P2C in Rulang PS within 1-2 Km chances are???

Can mom and dad previously enrolled their child into Rulang PS is it very stressful and those who cant get a place in there... finding alternative school is it difficult??? As I know most schools must be crazy balloting as in like last phrases already very limited school. sob sob... can advice???

eyvierlan | Fri, 27/06/2014 - 2:27pm