PEI HWA PRESBYTERIAN PRIMARY SCHOOL

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GENERAL INFORMATION

School Type: Government-aided/Co-ed/Double session



School Vision: Engaged Learner, Contributing Leader.

School Mission: To provide our pupils with an all-rounded bilingual education that will develop them into responsible and forward-looking individuals who will serve God and our nation.



Principal: Mrs Elsie Poey


Affiliated Secondary School/s: N.A.



Parent Volunteering: To be eligible for registration in Phase 2B of the Primary One Registration Exercise, parents must join the school as a Parent Volunteer (PV) at least one year before the Registration Exercise and fulfil at least 40 hours of PV service before the P1 Registration starts.

Parent Volunteering Details: For details, call the main line to be directed to the teacher in charge.



Open House: N.A.

P1 Registration Details: http://peihwapresbyterianpri.moe.edu.sg/our-partners/parents-hub/primary-one-registration



Alumni: N.A.



Religious/Clan Affiliation: The Presbyterian Church in Singapore

Religious/Clan Affiliation Details: http://www.presbysing.org.sg/presbyterian-education-council.htm

Mother Tongue:
Chinese
Higher Chinese

Foundation Subjects:
Chinese
English
Maths
Science

Special Assistance Plan (SAP): Yes

Gifted Education Programme (GEP): N.A.

Distinctive Programmes: http://peihwapresbyterianpri.moe.edu.sg/holistic-education/english-language



CCAs: http://peihwapresbyterianpri.moe.edu.sg/cca

School-based Student Care: Yes

SPECIAL NEEDS SUPPORT

MOE Policy: All schools are equipped with barrier-free features on the ground floor. This includes handicapped toilets and ramps to common areas such as the main entrance, general office, and canteen. In addition, schools with full handicap facilities are retrofitted with features such as lifts, connectivity between blocks, handicapped toilets, and ramps on the upper levels. Such schools are located across the island. In line with regulatory requirements, all new schools and schools undergoing major upgrading will be provided with barrier-free enhancements, including additional lifts, handicapped toilets, and ramps.

Full Handicap Facilities: N.A.



Allied Educator/s: http://peihwapresbyterianpri.moe.edu.sg/about-us/our-people/our-academic-staff/allied-educators-aeds

MOE Guide: https://www.moe.gov.sg/docs/default-source/document/education/special-education/files/parents-guide-children-special-educational-needs.pdf


PERFORMANCE

MOE Awards (2016)

School Distinction Awards
SDA
    
Best Practice
BP (Character and Citizenship Education)
BP (Student All-Round Development)
BP (Teaching and Learning)

Extra-Curricular Achievements

Details available on MOE’s School Information Service.

School Highlights: http://peihwapresbyterianpri.moe.edu.sg/achievements/cca-achievements/2016

Academic Achievements

2014–2015 PSLE Results

2015 Overall Percentage Passes
National PHPPS
97.00% 100%
Total Number of Awardees
Award T-Score Y2014 Y2015
GOLD 260 and Above  28 30
SILVER 250 – 259  47 58
BRONZE 240 – 249 60 53
  TOTAL 135 141
Bilingual Trend
  Y2014 Y2015
% of students scoring A and A* for both EL and CL 63.27% 66.37%
Direct School Admission
Successful Applicants
2014 2015
35 43

2004–2006 PSLE Results

2004: Merged Stream Passes 100%

2005: Merged Stream Passes 100%

2006: Merged Stream Passes 100%

English School National Average
Yr 2004
100.0
97.3
Yr 2005
100.0
97.5
Yr 2006
99.7
97.5
Chinese
Yr 2004
99.3
97.8
Yr 2005
98.8
97.9
Yr 2006
98.3
97.9
Science
Yr 2004
97.9
90.6
Yr 2005
99.1
90.7
Yr 2006
96.9
90.5
Mathematics
Yr 2004
96.9
82.8
Yr 2005
95.8
83.9
Yr 2006
96.6
84.1
Higher Chinese
Yr 2004
100
99.6
Yr 2005
98.6
99.4
Yr 2006
98.5
99.5

 2006 PSLE Results

Pupils

Pass (%)

Special

Express

Normal

No

%

No

%

Academic

Technical

 

 

 

 

 

 

No

%

No

%

364

99.45

74

20.3

249

68.4

28

7.6

11

3.0 

GEP – Closed!

5A*

4A*

3A*

Top T-Score

No

%

No

%

No

%

No

%

National

281

10

2.75

14

3.85

28

7.69

PHPPS

278

2005 PSLE Results

Pupils

Pass (%)

Special

Express

Normal

No

%

No

%

Academic

Technical

 

 

 

 

 

 

No

%

No

%

337

100

71

21.1

227

67.4

33

9.8

6

1.8

 

GEP – Closed!

5A*

4A*

3A*

Top T-Score

No

%

No

%

No

%

No

%

National

282

6

1.78

14

4.15

26

7.72

PHPPS

278

 2004 PSLE Results

Pupils

Pass (%)

Special

Express

Normal

No

%

No

%

Academic

Technical

 

 

 

 

 

 

No

%

No

%

295

99.70

59

19.6

202

67.1

33

11.0

6

2.0

 

GEP – Closed!

5A*

4A*

3A*

Top T-Score

No

%

No

%

No

%

No

%

National

285

6

2.03

12

4.1

19

6.44

PHPPS

275

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Telephone: 64663787, 64663797

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Any affiliation secondary school for Pei Hwa Primary School?

Can anyone advise is there any affiliate secondary school to Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School? Any school bus come from Choa Chu Kang to PeiHwa School, what time in the morning?

getting chances in pei hwa

anyone can advise please..  : we are staying within 1 km of the school.  so is our chances in phase 2c will be safe? do we not have to worry?? any other school phase 2cs if we failed? ) bukit timah pri sch ?

i am not sure how good is pei hwa.. my thoughts are my gals will only mixed with the chinese race.. ( i would prefer she mixed with other races too ) as singapore is a multi racial country. but my hubby loves the schooll so very much.

fr: dilemma mom

Heard that Pei Hwa offers Higher Chinese

Heard that Pei Hwa offers only Higher Chinese. Is that correct? Do the P1 kids have a choice whether they can study Chinese or Higher Chinese?

Thanks for all your advice

Will seriously consider the options available.

2009 phase 2B need balloting?

Anybody know if there’s balloting (Pei Hwa) for phase 2B last year? I couldn’t find the statistic of vacancy number for phase 2B.

hi, about the PV, will

hi, about the PV, will advise to try to appeal for it….sometimes it works 🙂

Found the statistics!

Found the statistics!

Phase 2B and Phase 2C P1 balloting/reg statistics up to 2009?

My son is born in 2004, due for P1 registration next yr.  We live within 2km from Pei Hwa, and I am a grassroot leader since Oct 2008.  Wonder if I will qualify into phase 2B?  Anybody has trend statistics of balloting/P1 registration for Pei Hwa?

In fact, I’ve tried PV, was rejected.

Has anybody received the outcome of their PV application?

hi, i have submitted my PV application for my princess (year 2004) and is awaiting the outcome soon this month. has anyone received the notification from the school?

PV in Pei Hwa

Hi, I’m new to the registration of P1 in Singapore. Just found that the PV programme are actually closed for child who was born in Year 2005. What about Pei Hwa? When is the deadline to submit the application?

Question on Phase 2B

Hi, just wondering anyone can share with me about the registration to P1 in Pei Hwa. If I’m under Phase 2B and stay within 1KM, is it guarantee that my son wilL get a place in that school? Any balloting require? Thanks

PHPS seems weaker in Science...

compared to a number of other schools in its cat (including Fairfield, Henry Park etc), according to past years PSLE results under the A*-A category.

Is that a call for concern?

I would love to put my kids

I would love to put my kids in either Pei Hwa or Nan Hua – until recently, over a causal chat with a parent while waiting to pick up my kid from his pre-school, that in front of Pei Hwa is a petrol kisok. She shared with me the health risks that might develop in young children if they are exposed to hydrocarbons while staying (or studying) in places with close proximity to such petrol kisoks. She also pointed out that the school building just directly in front of the petrol kisok is actually fully air-con. Hmm….

It’s my own personal opinion, but I’m seriously considering what the parent said, and is looking around for other options.   

Worth serious consideration

Yes, I agree with Jedamum. In Caer’s case it’s like ‘bird in your hand is worth two in the bush". This bird is a peacock somemore!!  Hmm.. wonder how little gals whom are Princess-crazy feel when they go to a Princess school everyday??!

From hearsay, I think PHPS

From hearsay, I think PHPS is not bad too. But comparing that there is no guarantee of a spot in Phase 2B (and that the the chance in Phase 2C is even slimmer considering the distance) and that Princess E (who is pretty good too) is just behind Caer’s backyard whereby the chances of getting a seat through Phase 2B is very high (phase 2C within 1km get to ballot somemore), comparatively, PHPS’ plus points is not very attractive anymore if you take into consideration needing to commute, wake up early etc etc.

A highly popular school (in Bt Bk) is just in your backyard…think about it..the convenience. 🙂

JMHO.

I personally think that Pei

I personally think that Pei Hwa is quite good. Somebody in Nanyang Girls High told me that a relatively high proportion of their Sec 1 intake this year comes from Pei Hwa Pri.

Thanks for sharing

Really ah… including their Chinese immersion or not? Hope you don’t mind sharing which neighbourhood schools you are referring to? I’m keen to find out more.. Still undecided for my gal.. Thanks so much for sharing..

juz a personal opinion -

juz a personal opinion – some of my friends’ kids were from there – we  compared notes and felt that way. The programmes of some neighbourhood schools seem to be better.

Over-rated?

Hi csc, can you please share why you think PH is over-rated?

PHPS vs PEPS

PH is over-rated. I don’t think it’s worth the effort to spend time travelling there. Moreover, it’s not affiliated to any secondary school.

 

i agree with RRMummy, if i

i agree with RRMummy,

if i am in your position, i will probably pv at Princess E to secure that spot cos it is one of the more popular ones in that area and best of all…so near to the home.

so far, have been hearing positive stuff about Princess E, so you should seriously consider going for the less risky one.

Need back-up to backup plan

Hi Caer, based on last year’s stats, U need to ballot for Pei Hwa under phase 2B. If you didn’t manage to get a place not a problem to try for Princess Elizabeth for Phase 2C since you stay within 1km but still will be subject to balloting… so best to have a plan just in case (touch-wood) can’t get Princess Elizabeth or alternatively, you can PV for Princess Elizabeth. Phase 2B sure can get in…

 

 

Question about Phase 2B and 2C

I am staying >2km from Pei Hwa but is interested to register my son there. Another school I am considering is Princess Elizabeth cos my house is within 1km from that school. My question is if I do parent volunteer in Pei Hwa and register him under Phase 2B in Pei Hwa and if he doesn’t get in, could I then go to Princess Elizabeth and register him under Phase 2C? Thanks.

Which schools to choose?

I cannot decide which schools to choose and wish to seek your advice.  I’m interested to register my daughter in Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School in year 2009, which is beyond 3 km from my house. Balloting is required for 1-2 km. However, my husband is old boy of Jurong Primary School. Hence, please advise whether I should register my daughter in Jurong or take the risk to register my daughter in Pei Hwa?

chances of getting in Pei Hwa Presbyterian

Hi! Actually, our first intention was also to put my Boy in Peiwah which is under 2C (we are less than 1Km). However, last year, there was balloting less than 1km under 2C, which in the end my 3 of my neighbors did not get the chance to be in the school, and end up in Bt Timah Primary. As I didn’t do any PV for Peiwah, thus, we do not want to take any chances, so we end up my boy @ ACS. And THank God, he was in! 🙂 You can actually call the school to find out how many under < 1km, 1 to 2km and more than 2km. And based from the vacacies available, you will be able to know your chance to get in. Cos’ priority will be given accordingly to the distance. Good Luck

chances of getting in Pei Hwa Presbyterian

Hi

My child P1 registration falls under phase 2C.  I am greatly concerned as both my husband and mine primary school had closed therefore we have to choose a ‘brand new’ school.  I had registered my son to PHPPS ( yesterday) as I am hoping for a balloting of >2km will be conducted (like what happened for phrase 2B) because we lived >2km from that school.  Hence, from your experience, what is the chances of us getting into this school.

worried