Singapore Primary Schools Ranked By Top 10 National Students

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The following are the schools with students in the top 10 national ranking each year.  This will provide an idea of which schools are generating the nation's top scoring students, and if the school can do this consistently, it would imply that the school is attracting and has the process for grooming the best students in the nation.

The schools are listed in alphabetical order, with the year and the student's ranking listed.

Summary Ranking:

  • Raffles Girls Primary (15)
  • Nanyang Primary School (13)
  • St. Hilda's Primary School (7)
  • Nan Hua Primary School (7)
  • Catholic High School (6)
  • Rosyth (5)
  • Tao Nan (5)

Year Rank School
2006 4 Ai Tong School
2002 16 Ai Tong School
2002 17 Ai Tong School
2006 5 Bukit Panjang Primary School
2003 2 Bukit Panjang Primary School
2007 12 Canossa Convent Primary School
2006 15 Catholic High School
2006 16 Catholic High School
2002 3 Catholic High School
2001 8 Catholic High School
2001 10 Catholic High School
2000 7 Catholic High School
2002 2 Chongfu Primary School
2007 2 Geylang Methodist School (Primary)
2003 6 Guangyang Primary School
2006 10 Henry Park Primary School
2001 7 Henry Park Primary School
2000 12 Henry Park Primary School
2001 13 Jiemin Primary School
2000 8 Jurong Primary School
2000 11 Jurong Primary School
2007 6 Kong Hwa School
2007 7 Kong Hwa School
2005 6 Maha Bodhi School
2001 9 Maha Bodhi School
2000 2 Maha Bodhi School
2000 10 Maha Bodhi School
2007 5 Methodist Girls' School (Primary)
2007 13 Nan Chiau Primary School
2007 16 Nan Hua Primary School
2004 4 Nan Hua Primary School
2003 1 Nan Hua Primary School
2003 10 Nan Hua Primary School
2002 9 Nan Hua Primary School
2002 10 Nan Hua Primary School
2002 11 Nan Hua Primary School
2007 10 Nanyang Primary School
2007 11 Nanyang Primary School
2007 14 Nanyang Primary School
2007 15 Nanyang Primary School
2005 2 Nanyang Primary School
2005 5 Nanyang Primary School
2004 5 Nanyang Primary School
2003 5 Nanyang Primary School
2003 9 Nanyang Primary School
2002 15 Nanyang Primary School
2001 1 Nanyang Primary School
2000 6 Nanyang Primary School
2000 13 Nanyang Primary School
2006 3 Northland Primary School
2006 14 Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School
2002 12 Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School
2001 5 Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School
2004 3 Peiying Primary School
2000 4 Radin Mas Primary School
2006 1 Raffles Girls' Primary School
2006 6 Raffles Girls' Primary School
2005 3 Raffles Girls' Primary School
2004 6 Raffles Girls' Primary School
2004 7 Raffles Girls' Primary School
2004 8 Raffles Girls' Primary School
2004 9 Raffles Girls' Primary School
2002 1 Raffles Girls' Primary School
2002 4 Raffles Girls' Primary School
2002 5 Raffles Girls' Primary School
2002 6 Raffles Girls' Primary School
2001 2 Raffles Girls' Primary School
2001 3 Raffles Girls' Primary School
2001 11 Raffles Girls' Primary School
2000 9 Raffles Girls' Primary School
2006 13 Red Swastika School
2006 11 River Valley Primary School
2006 9 Rosyth School
2005 1 Rosyth School
2003 4 Rosyth School
2002 7 Rosyth School
2001 6 Rosyth School
2006 7 Rulang Primary School
2000 5 Rulang Primary School
2004 1 Seng Kang Primary School
2002 14 St. Andrew’s Junior School
2002 8 St. Anthony’s Primary School
2007 1 St. Hilda's Primary School
2006 8 St. Hilda's Primary School
2004 2 St. Hilda's Primary School
2003 7 St. Hilda's Primary School
2003 8 St. Hilda's Primary School
2000 1 St. Hilda's Primary School
2000 3 St. Hilda's Primary School
2001 12 St. Stephen's School
2006 2 Tampines Primary School
2007 3 Tao Nan School
2007 8 Tao Nan School
2007 9 Tao Nan School
2003 3 Tao Nan School
2001 4 Tao Nan School
2005 4 Unity Primary School
2007 4 West Grove Primary School
2006 12 White Sands Primary School
2002 13 Yu Neng Primary School




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Is it True?

Wow... can the children really say the rankings? Then can they say who is the best PSLE students?

Just4Good | Tue, 11/01/2011 - 8:41am

these are interesting facts

these are interesting facts to know!!

mamadontpreach | Thu, 09/09/2010 - 11:29am

Swimming Lesson for Primary students

thinking of equiping my kids with swimming lessons, any good recommendations at the west area, need to be during on Sunday...cheers

Snowy15 | Mon, 11/01/2010 - 4:37pm

ranking of schools

This is interesting.  Few questions:: Do we base on th PSLE results to select on the schools?  Or happen the child is intelligent who score well?  Or we say that the principal play apart??  What say you?

meiesther@yahoo.com | Mon, 03/08/2009 - 11:56am

Choosing the school

Actually, I think it should be based on what the parents want. Ultimately, Academic Excellence. however, there are parents whom are more into a balanced and holistic education.

However, what we need to take note is the level of home support that differs between the children in these schools and other schools. All syllabus are the same. It is how we strecth the child within the syllabus is important.

A school may provide the basis for learning but the home support is critical in stretching the child towards excellence.

I have seen children from the same school performing at very different levels. When I study the cases, I find the most obvious difference would be the home support and the child's attitude. These two factors would differentiate the Excellent and the Average.

NIEtrainedTEACHER | Tue, 15/09/2009 - 1:09pm