ST. HILDA’S PRIMARY SCHOOL

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GENERAL INFORMATION

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



School Vision: A Dynamic Learning Community that nurtures loyal citizens with a global outlook and Godly character.

School Mission: As an Anglican school, we are committed to providing a balanced development of body, mind, and spirit for our students and nurturing God-fearing citizens for our nation.



Principal: Mdm Kew Mee Ying


Affiliated Secondary School/s: St. Hilda’s Secondary School



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 two years before the Registration Exercise. Parents will be required to commit their time as volunteers during the two-year period; they will have a primary voluntary responsibility, as well as be asked to help out at school events.

Parent Volunteering Details: http://shps.moe.edu.sg/quicklinks/information-for-parents/parents-corner/forms

Open House: N.A.



P1 Registration Details: N.A.



Alumni: http://sthildassec.moe.edu.sg/hildan-partners/alumni



Religious/Clan Affiliation: The Anglican Diocese of Singapore

Religious/Clan Affiliation Details: http://www.anglican.org.sg/index.php/directory_s/schools 



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

Foundation Subjects:
Chinese
English
Maths
Tamil

Special Assistance Plan (SAP): N.A.

Gifted Education Programme (GEP): Yes

Distinctive Programmes:

CCAs: http://shps.moe.edu.sg/our-programmes/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: http://shps.moe.edu.sg/our-school/the-staff/allied-educators

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

Special Awards
LKY (National Education) Award

Best Practice
BP (Character and Citizenship Education)
BP (Partnership)
BP (Staff Well-Being and Development)
BP (Student All-Round Development)
BP (Teaching and Learning)

Development Award
DA (Character Development)

Extracurricular Achievements

Details available on MOE’s School Information Service.

School Highlights: http://shps.moe.edu.sg/our-achievements/achievements-by-students/non-academic/2016

Academic Achievements

School Highlights: http://shps.moe.edu.sg/our-achievements/achievements-by-students/academic/2016

2014 PSLE Results

PSLE

National

SHPS

% Passes

97.6%

100%

Express Stream in Sec Sch

66.4%

77.2%

Normal Academic

20%

15.4%

Normal Technical

11.2%

7.3%

Subject

National

SHPS

English Language

97.1%

99.5%

Chinese Language

96.6%

95.5%

Malay Language

97.4%

97.1%

Tamil Language

97.7%

95.0%

Mathematics

85.3%

93.3%

Science

90.0%

93.7%

Higher MT (CL)

98.5%

100%

Higher MT (ML)

97.8%

100%

Higher MT (TL)

98.7%

100%

2008 PSLE Results

  National SHPS
% Passes 97.1 99.3
% Express 63.6 73.3
% Normal Academic 21.6 10.2
% Normal Technical 12.0 5.4

2007 PSLE Results

SUBJECT

% PASSES

A & A* (%)

SCHOOL

NATIONAL

SCHOOL

NATIONAL

ENGLISH

99.5

97.9

68.7

44.2

MATHS

93.6

83.2

63.8

44.0

SCIENCE

96.2

90.2

53.6

42.6

CHINESE

98.2

97.9

77.8

81.1

MALAY

86.7

98.4

70

75.5

TAMIL

100

98.9

60

77.8

  • A St. Hilda’s Primary pupil scored a record 294 in the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE), beating the previous high of 292 set in 1993. Natasha Muhamad Nasir, 12, eclipsed the record set by Nanyang Primary’s Justin Lau in 1993. 
  National SHPS
% Passes 97.7 99.5
% Express 63.5 80.7
% Normal Academic 22.2 14.3
% Normal Technical 12 4.5

2006 PSLE Results

SUBJECT

% PASSES

A & A* (%)

SCHOOL

NATIONAL

SCHOOL

NATIONAL

ENGLISH

100

97.5

68.4

44.96

MATHS

95.8

84.1

63.2

44.1

SCIENCE

97.2

90.5

58.3

44.3

CHINESE

96.6

97.9

78.9

81.0

MALAY

93.3

98.3

66.7

75.4

TAMIL

100

98.9

100

78.4

2005 PSLE Results

SUBJECT

% PASSES

A & A* (%)

SCHOOL

NATIONAL

SCHOOL

NATIONAL

ENGLISH

99.7

97.5

69.1

44.1

MATHS

94.5

83.9

63.6

43.5

SCIENCE

95.6

90.7

62.4

43.9

CHINESE

99.0

97.9

73.2

80.9

MALAY

96.2

98.4

57.7

76.1

TAMIL

80.0

98.2

60.0

78.4

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Address: 2, Tampines Ave 3 ( 529706 )

Nearest MRT: Tampines

Bus Services: Feeder Bus service: 293 from Tampines Interchange (towards St 71)

Telephone: 67811916

Email: SHPS@MOE.EDU.SG

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Ballot History:

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how is my chance to get in st hilda?

Hi,

I’m a foreigner and my son will study in singapore under dependent pass for 2012 but we plan to change the PR once it is approved. He will be in K2 next year.

Until now, I haven’t registered to any kindergarten since still waiting for the pass. However, I plan to registered my son to st hilda primary on 2013 so planning to rent hdb within 1 km to the school.

For that condition, how is my son’s change to get in the school? can the probability increase if i registered my son to st hilda kindergarten? anyone can advise?

Thanks

@ littletotscorner

Are you from St Hildas Primary or Secondary? because from what I understand Secondary is not affiliated to the primary 🙁

Advise needed - son going to primary one next year

Dear Parents,

can anyone give some advice?  I intend to place my son in St Hildas primary next year.  I’m considered a former student from St Hildas although it was only for a short while.  What are my chances of my son getting a place in the school?  I stay in Pasir Ris by the way. 

Cheers and thanks!!!

@cesca1211

Welcome to KSP.

If you are a PV and completed the hours required, then you will qualify for phase 2B. Else, phase 2C.

Looking at the balloting history of St Hilda’s (http://www.kiasuparents.com/kiasu/content/tampines), you will need to be a PV, PLUS living within 1km to have a better chance of getting a place.

For phase 2C, there had been balloting for the past few years for those living within 1km. Chances are about 1 in 3…quite a slim chance.

So if you are not successful in applying for PV, then best to consider another school.

BTW, PV application for 2007 children should be opened now.

Hi, Am new here and it will

Hi,

Am new here and it will be my 1st time registrating for Pr 1 for my little gal which will be entering P1 in 2014. Am currently staying more than 2km away form St Hilda’s. Am intending to move within 1km to the school by next year. Will being a PV have a better chance to get into the school? Which phase will I be in if I do PV or without PV? Any mummies been in the same situation and care to share?

No chance, don't even

No chance, don’t even bother to do PV.  If you understand the allocation method, you better spend time doing PV for a nearer school.  Anyway, most PV schemes already closed application. 

Need some advice

I am staying within just less of 2km from St Hilda’s. What do you think of my daughter’s chances in getting a place there.

just asking

Hi,

 

i just would like to find out, will priority will be given to those live within the 1km distant themselves compared to those who put their kid under the care of their parents who lives within the 1km from the school. And during the balloting under phase 2C is there a quota for the different race group.

 

Please advise the school for my son who will be P1 in 2011

I stay in Simei street 1 and now it’s too late to do PV in St Hilda and Poi Ching. Any one who can suggest which school should I register for my son?

Thanks!

 

very very popular. if you

very very popular. if you want to do pv, better stay within 1km. otherwise might be in risk of balloting. Luckily I just did 5 hours pv, then transfer to do pv for other school, else all my effort will be wasted.

Stress over Primary Sch

I planning to get my parents to look after my kid when he’s going to primary sch.however they are staying in Tampines St 45. Anyone to advise which primary school gd to recommend?Wanted to try St hilda’s or Poi Ching but I think not within 1-2 km.So sad…

Hi Agnes, My daughter 

Hi Agnes,

My daughter  will be registering only next year, I am just monitering the situation. I did not register for any PV at St Hilda’s., should have done, did mot realise that we are less then 1 Km. Its too late to register, send an e/mail to the sch, but they are not keen.

Congrats on getting your confirmation from Poi Ching. All the best

Bel

Hi Bel, So you registered

Hi Bel,

So you registered under Phase 2C for St Hilda’s. When is balloting happening? Next week?

I registered myself for PV early this year (at St Hilda’s) and was rejected flatly after good 10 months of wait 🙁 Appealed but still get rejected.  And they refused to tell me the reason why.  Maybe becos I am working, or not an Anglican member.  Anyway, that is history now.  I have received the confirmation letter from Poi Ching already. Looking forward to the orientation.

Agnes.