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)
YearRankSchool
20064Ai Tong School
200216Ai Tong School
200217Ai Tong School
20065Bukit Panjang Primary School
20032Bukit Panjang Primary School
200712Canossa Convent Primary School
200615Catholic High School
200616Catholic High School
20023Catholic High School
20018Catholic High School
200110Catholic High School
20007Catholic High School
20022Chongfu Primary School
20072Geylang Methodist School (Primary)
20036Guangyang Primary School
200610Henry Park Primary School
20017Henry Park Primary School
200012Henry Park Primary School
200113Jiemin Primary School
20008Jurong Primary School
200011Jurong Primary School
20076Kong Hwa School
20077Kong Hwa School
20056Maha Bodhi School
20019Maha Bodhi School
20002Maha Bodhi School
200010Maha Bodhi School
20075Methodist Girls’ School (Primary)
200713Nan Chiau Primary School
200716Nan Hua Primary School
20044Nan Hua Primary School
20031Nan Hua Primary School
200310Nan Hua Primary School
20029Nan Hua Primary School
200210Nan Hua Primary School
200211Nan Hua Primary School
200710Nanyang Primary School
200711Nanyang Primary School
200714Nanyang Primary School
200715Nanyang Primary School
20052Nanyang Primary School
20055Nanyang Primary School
20045Nanyang Primary School
20035Nanyang Primary School
20039Nanyang Primary School
200215Nanyang Primary School
20011Nanyang Primary School
20006Nanyang Primary School
200013Nanyang Primary School
20063Northland Primary School
200614Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School
200212Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School
20015Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School
20043Peiying Primary School
20004Radin Mas Primary School
20061Raffles Girls’ Primary School
20066Raffles Girls’ Primary School
20053Raffles Girls’ Primary School
20046Raffles Girls’ Primary School
20047Raffles Girls’ Primary School
20048Raffles Girls’ Primary School
20049Raffles Girls’ Primary School
20021Raffles Girls’ Primary School
20024Raffles Girls’ Primary School
20025Raffles Girls’ Primary School
20026Raffles Girls’ Primary School
20012Raffles Girls’ Primary School
20013Raffles Girls’ Primary School
200111Raffles Girls’ Primary School
20009Raffles Girls’ Primary School
200613Red Swastika School
200611River Valley Primary School
20069Rosyth School
20051Rosyth School
20034Rosyth School
20027Rosyth School
20016Rosyth School
20067Rulang Primary School
20005Rulang Primary School
20041Seng Kang Primary School
200214St. Andrew’s Junior School
20028St. Anthony’s Primary School
20071St. Hilda’s Primary School
20068St. Hilda’s Primary School
20042St. Hilda’s Primary School
20037St. Hilda’s Primary School
20038St. Hilda’s Primary School
20001St. Hilda’s Primary School
20003St. Hilda’s Primary School
200112St. Stephen’s School
20062Tampines Primary School
20073Tao Nan School
20078Tao Nan School
20079Tao Nan School
20033Tao Nan School
20014Tao Nan School
20054Unity Primary School
20074West Grove Primary School
200612White Sands Primary School
200213Yu Neng Primary School

Is it True?

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

these are interesting facts

these are interesting facts to know!!

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

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.

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?

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