PRINCESS ELIZABETH PRIMARY SCHOOL

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GENERAL INFORMATION



School Type: Government/Co-ed/Single session


School Vision: Every Child an Engaged Learner, a Caring Citizen and a Steadfast Leader.

School Mission: Together, we nurture and inspire an inclusive spirit.



Principal: Mdm. Moliah Binte Hashim


Affiliated Secondary School/s: N.A.



Parent Volunteering: N.A.


Parent Volunteering Details: N.A.



Open House: TBC (updates on web site)



P1 Registration Details: N.A.



Alumni: http://princesselizabethpri.moe.edu.sg/stakeholders/alumni



Religious/Clan Affiliation: N.A.

Religious/Clan Affiliation Details: N.A.



Mother Tongue:
Chinese
Malay
Tamil
Higher Chinese
Higher Malay
Higher Tamil

Foundation Subjects:
English
Maths


Special Assistance Plan (SAP): N.A.

Gifted Education Programme (GEP): N.A.

Distinctive Programmes: http://princesselizabethpri.moe.edu.sg/special-programmes-n-events



CCAs: http://princesselizabethpri.moe.edu.sg/our-co-curriculum/co-curricular-activities

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: Yes

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)

Best Practice
BP (Character and Citizenship Education)
BP (Staff Well-Being and Development)

Best Practice Awards
BPA (Staff Well-Being)

Outstanding Development Award
ODA (Character Development)
ODA (National Education)

Extra-Curricular Achievements



Details available on MOE’s School Information Service.

Academic Achievements

N.A.

RELATED ARTICLES

Address: 30, BUKIT BATOK WEST AVENUE 3 ( 659163 )

Nearest MRT: Bukit Batok MRT Station

Bus Services: Bus 174 , 157 , 178 , 66 , 941

Telephone: 65655111

Email: PEPS@MOE.EDU.SG

Official Website:

Parents' Network:

Ballot History:

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Intake P1 on 2012

hihi..

I ‘m new on this forum..any one know when can register for the P1 enroll?

 

Princess Elizabeth

 hi finalfantasy05
 
Perhaps Princess Elizabeth is gradually reducing its intake so as to make the transition to single session. With gradual smaller intake, it would have lesser number of classes and be able to make do with existing number of classrooms.
 
The number of places for 2012 will not be announced till mid 2011. It would probably be either 210 or 180.
 

Happy 45th Birthday ! Singapore !!

Why is the number of places

Why is the number of places for 2010 less than previous years?  Is the school planning for single session?  Anyone knows??  I an enrolling for my son in 2011, wondering what the number of places is and chances!!??

Is Bt Batok West Ave 6 blk 189 near to St Anthony Pri Sch?

I would like to put my son to this school. Is it within 1km radius or somethin? Thanks

Thanks!

Thanks, FMz!

Yes :)

Yes 🙂

Is Bukit Batok St 21, Blk 202, within 1Km of Princess Elizabeth

I’d like to know if Bukit Batok St 21, Blk 202, within 1Km of Princess Elizabeth?  I know i could have gone down to the school to check but both my spouse and I are busy at work during office hours and Phase 2C is this week.

Any help would be appreciated.

PEPS

Yeah, I managed to talk to the school principal some time back during one of the grassroot activity. Not exactly the same words used, but I "interpreted" her advice that it is not necessary to do PV because parents nowadays are so busy with work. 

Frankly, me and my spouse are so busy with work that whatever time we have now, we would choose to spent it with our children. The same with doing volunteering work, both me and my spouse are not those socially-concious people, thus can’t imagine ourselves doing "volunteering work" on a continuous basis, but once a while is OK. 

  

?? "Reason given: they do

??

"Reason given: they do not want children who fail to ballot in get disappointed as they believe that parents move-on quickly but not some kids.. "

do most parents who do pv involved their kids? if the parents can reassure that they will not involve the kids until they had secure a place, then will the school accept them as pv? personally, i find their replies a bit patronising.

No PV

hi all,

Just in case anyone was wondering, I have just found out from Princess Elizabeth Primary School that they do not accept any PV except for parents who’s child has already successfully registered in the school.

Reason given: they do not want children who fail to ballot in get disappointed as they believe that parents move-on quickly but not some kids.. 

Phase 2B only for active community leaders…

Weird

Weird…I thought I replied this morning….under subject "balloting".

Anyway, here goes again…

I do not have any comments on Jurong Primary. You may want to seek more opinions here.

http://www.kiasuparents.com/kiasu/forum/viewtopic.php?t=386&start=0

Toh Guan seems to be way >1km from Princess E. Based on past statistics, you may stand a chance if you try the grassroots/parent volunteer route via Phase 2B.

Assuming that you are registering under Phase 2C using Toh Guan’s address, based on past statistics, only those residing <1km from the school gets to ballot ie your application will not even be included for balloting. So it’s best that you consider other schools that you may have higher chance to succeed in getting in.

 

Princess E

Dear Jedamum

Good Morning.

How about Jurong primary compare to Princess E?

If i stay at Toh Guan, do i got chance to go to princess E?

i still not know how they balloting?  can you teach me, please?

 

Thanks in advance

Have a nice day!

Jenny

Princess E

Janice26,

Princess E is one of the more reputable and popular primary school in Bukit Batok.

I heard that they have a ‘well-rounded’ approach for learning and read that they have some special programme for the higher abilities students (not GEP).

Demand for seats is high. Those residing within 1km have to ballot under Phase 2C.

Re : Register for Primary One next year

Hi,

My daughter will be going to Primary 1 next year.  I am going to register her into Princess Elizabeth Primary School.  Is that a good school?