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Alexandra Primary School
Central Area

Alexandra Primary School

A relatively new primary school, Alexandra Primary School has garnered its share of strong supporters through its leadership – its principal, Mrs Lim Bee Lay, had formerly helmed Maha Bodhi School, while its vice-principal, Ms Chan Yan Hoon, used to serve in the same post in CHIJ St Nicholas Girls’

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River Valley Primary School
Central Area

River Valley Primary School

A popular, single-session co-ed school, RVPS is committed to building a school culture of Excellence through Joy in our work & Synergy amongst its team of teachers and administrators. The mission of the school is to identify and nurture each and every student to be leaders of the nation by

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Catholic High Primary
Central Area

Catholic High Primary

As a Catholic school, one of the most important tenets is raising children to be individuals who are morally responsible, good citizens and to contribute to the moral fabric of our society. Viewing themselves as holistic education providers, an education at Catholic High Primary is more than getting good grades

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Rosyth School
North East Area

Rosyth School

While Rosyth School consistently produces top PSLE scorers, there are other prestigious criteria that put Rosyth in the running for top primary school in Singapore. Some primary schools run a Gifted Education Program (GEP) that helps to stream the top 1% of children from these schools at P3 levels into

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Ai Tong School
Central Area

Ai Tong School

Considered one of the most popular primary schools in Singapore, with places in the primary 1 intake frequently being oversubscribed, Ai Tong School is located in Bishan and is one of the five affiliated primary schools under the Hokkien Huay Kuan. A designated SAP school which means both English and

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St Joseph’s Institution Junior
Central Area

St Joseph’s Institution Junior

Formerly known as St Michael’s School, the school was renamed St Joseph’s Institution Junior (SJIJ) in 2007. In conjunction with the name change, the Josephian Programme (JP) was also launched to align the curriculum, pedagogy and assessment of SJIJ and its secondary school counterpart, St Joseph’s Institution. However, it must be noted

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Anglo Chinese School (Primary/Junior)
Central Area

Anglo Chinese School (Primary/Junior)

There is a common saying in Singapore: Rafflesians might run the country, but ACSians own it. You might scoff at it or you might dismiss it outright; but a glance at their alumnishould be quite convincing. Now aren’t we blessed to have not one, but TWO primary schools to choose from the

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Central Area

Raffles Girls’ Primary School

Located on Hillcrest Road, Raffles Girls’ Primary School (RGPS) provides its girls with more than just an academic education. Established in 1944, the school has progressed through the years to a strong standing in the community offering excellent holistic development of the pupils. Its vision is to be a premier

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Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary
Central Area

Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary

Established in 1889 by Preacher Joseph Koh, Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School (PHPPS) was first known as the Road End Free School, a Teochew school for Chinese immigrants in the Bukit Timah area. Today, over 120 years later, PHPPS is a government-aided, double-session, Special Assisted Plan (SAP) school that offers Higher

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Methodist Girls’ School (Primary)
Central Area

Methodist Girls’ School (Primary)

An independent girls’ school consisting of two sections – the Primary School and Secondary School, Methodist Girls’ School is located on Blackmore Drive, and has a history of academic, arts and sports excellence as evidenced by their lists of glittering alumni including Quah Ting Wen, Eleanor Wong and Kwa Geok Choo. The school has also produced national

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Henry Park Primary School
Central Area

Henry Park Primary School

Henry Park Primary School (HPPS) offers a distinctive education via their Learning Framework. Its teachers aspire to make every child an Engaged Learner, imbued with 21st Century Competencies where teachers cater to different learning needs through innovative teaching. Talent is not restricted to academic performance. A child may have passion

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Central Area

Nanyang Primary School

Nanyang Primary School has emerged as one of the best educational institutions in the country. With its vision of raising generations of eminent leaders, every student is guaranteed to be honed some of the most reputable teachers in the company of high-minded peers, a privilege that only few can enjoy

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Singapore Chinese Girls’ Primary School
Central Area

Singapore Chinese Girls’ Primary School

In 1989, Singapore Chinese Girls’ Primary School (SCGPS) celebrated its 90th birthday and became an independent school. This meant greater autonomy in curricular innovations, implementation of school programmes, administration, student admissions and the setting of fee structures. This also means that scholarships, both from the MOE and the schools, are

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