[Tampines] Primary Schools

Work your way through the complex rituals of Primary One Registration. This is where you find out more about the dream school you have always wanted for your kid.

Which is your preferred school in Tampines?

Changkat Primary
11
2%
Chongzheng Primary
45
7%
East Spring Primary
14
2%
East View Primary
5
1%
Gongshang Primary
95
14%
Griffiths Primary
4
1%
Junyuan Primary
9
1%
Poi Ching
123
18%
Qiaonan Primary
3
0%
St Hilda’s Primary
303
44%
Tampines North Primary
25
4%
Tampines Primary
38
6%
Yumin Primary
7
1%
 
Total votes : 682

[Tampines] Primary Schools

Postby IUC » Wed Apr 23, 2008 10:50 am

[Moderator's Note: For Balloting History of Tampines schools, click here.]

I am staying around Tampines area.I am looking for a good primary school for my son.Can anyone recommend?

2012 P1 Registration Balloting Statistics (SC<1km, 1km<SC<2km, SC>2km, PR<1km, 1km<PR<2km, PR>2km)

P2B

Changkat Primary
Chongzheng Primary
East Spring Primary
East View Primary
Gongshang Primary
Griffiths Primary
Junyuan Primary
Poi Ching
Qiaonan Primary
St Hilda’s Primary - 20 applicants vs 11 places
Tampines North Primary
Tampines Primary
Yumin Primary

P2C

Changkat Primary
Chongzheng Primary
East Spring Primary
East View Primary
Gongshang Primary
Griffiths Primary
Junyuan Primary
Poi Ching
Qiaonan Primary
St Hilda’s Primary
Tampines North Primary
Tampines Primary
Yumin Primary

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Postby lizawa » Wed Apr 23, 2008 10:56 am

The most sought after in Tampines area should be St. Hilda's Primary.
Maybe the next popular one is Gongshan ? I am not sure.

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Postby jedamum » Wed Apr 23, 2008 1:00 pm

lizawa wrote:The most sought after in Tampines area should be St. Hilda's Primary.
Maybe the next popular one is Gongshan ? I am not sure.

agree.
st hilda is very popular.
gongshan, Poi ching and chong zheng should be good cos they are popular just as well.

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Postby IUC » Wed Apr 23, 2008 6:35 pm

thanks.But I think chances of getting in to St. Hilda would be very very slim as it is very popular and I live more than 2 km.I am choosing between Gongshang and Chongzheng.I need more informations on the 2 schools.can anyone help?

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Postby jedamum » Wed Apr 23, 2008 7:26 pm

IUC wrote:thanks.But I think chances of getting in to St. Hilda would be very very slim as it is very popular and I live more than 2 km.I am choosing between Gongshang and Chongzheng.I need more informations on the 2 schools.can anyone help?

what type of info do you need?
i guess to start off, you need to see which is the one is the most likely that you can get in. you can refer to http://www.kiasuparents.com/kiasu/conte ... ng-history
for balloting history. i only remember from past records that chongzheng need balloting for those residing <1km under phase 2C.

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Postby IUC » Thu Apr 24, 2008 5:27 pm

It seems like both schools goes balloting on the Phase 2c.I think my chances of getting in to Chongzheng is greater than going to Gongshang.
Anyway, thanks.

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[Tampines] Primary Schools

Postby Carolyn_s_mum » Sun May 25, 2008 2:14 pm

Hi -

I am very keen on St Hilda's for my daugther. Having seen some of the Pri 1 topics, I realized that it is one of the most popular schools in the East. I live in Pasir Ris and plan to volunteer (that's it if I am accepted!!) and would be grateful for comments / tips from parents who have kids there and / or have had experience with the school.

Further, recommendations on other good schools around Pasir Ris would be very helpful too.

Thanks!

Cheers!

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Re: St Hilda's Primary & others

Postby ChiefKiasu » Sun May 25, 2008 7:21 pm

St. Hilda's is right up there with the best, along with the likes of RGS and Tao Nan. It's going to be tough trying to get a place in there.

Pasir Ris Primary and White Sands Primary are pretty decent schools by their own right. You should consider them if they are very near to you.

If you are nearer to Bedok, there's Red Swastika which has had solid performance in the past few years in PSLE.

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Postby Carolyn_s_mum » Tue May 27, 2008 12:51 pm

Thanks, Chief for the information.

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[Tampines] Changkat or Pei Chun

Postby KKKS » Mon Jun 02, 2008 10:29 pm

Where would you send your kid if you stay just across the road to Changkat Primary at Simei or choose Pei Chun which is 12 km away, uder 2A1 this coming July?

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