Primary One Internet System (P1-IS) is an Internet System for parents to register their children online for Phases 2C and 2C Supplementary. The list of schools participating in the P1-IS for this year's Primary One (P1) exercise are:
You will be logged out after 10 minutes if you do not perform any activity on any of the pages.Go to Primary One Registration webpage
The data will be lost and you will need to enter the data again.Go to Primary One Registration webpage
At any particular phase you can only register your child in one school. Our computer system will be able to detect duplicate registrations. You must withdraw your application in order to register at another school.Go to Primary One Registration webpage
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Singapore Citizen (SC)
Singapore Permanent Resident (SPR)
Between 1km and 2km
1. within 1km;
2. between 1km and 2km; and
3. outside 2km.
In this example, the 10 SPR children living within 1km from the school will ballot for the remaining five vacancies.
Singapore Citizen (SC) children within 1km will be admitted first. SC children living between 1km and 2km will also be admitted. Thereafter, SC children living outside 2km will be considered.
The 7 SC children living outside 2km will ballot for the remaining 5 vacancies.
The Singapore Permanent Resident (SPR) children are unsuccessful without balloting.
Balloting will be conducted within the school premises and priority will be given in the following order: a) Children who are Singapore Citizens (SC). b) Children who are Singapore Permanent Residents (PR). c) Children who are not Singapore Citizens (SC) or Singapore Permanent Residents (PR). Within each of the above categories, balloting will be conducted if applications exceed the number of vacancies. For categories (a) and (b), balloting will be conducted according to the order of priority based on the home-school distance category for Phase 2A to 2C Supplementary. For category (c), if the number of applications exceeds the number of places, priority will first be accorded to a child with a sibling already in the primary school, followed by a child with at least one parent who is a Singapore Citizen. Thereafter, balloting will be conducted regardless of home-school distance.
For the purpose of balloting in the Primary One (P1) Registration Exercise, siblings/twins/triplets of the same citizenship will be treated as one group.
All the children will share the same ballot number. In this case, if the ballot number is picked, all the children will be admitted to the school.
The Ministry will announce through the Primary One Registration Balloting webpage, the schools which will be conducting balloting for a particular phase.
No. It is not necessary as the school will inform you of the outcome of the registration by post.
OneMap is an integrated online map system for all government agencies to deliver location-based services and information.
The system has been put in place by both Singapore Land Authority (SLA) and MOE to determine the home-school distance categories used in the annual Primary One (P1) Registration Exercise.
MOE determines the reference point of the school for the home-school distance calculations based on the school's original layout.
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Yes, you can register your child at any school of your choice. However if there are more applications than vacancies, balloting will be conducted. Find out more information on balloting.
In these new primary schools, there would be some teachers who have been trained in special needs (TSNs) to support children with mild special educational needs. In addition, schools can consult their school psychologists on the support and advice to set up structures and processes to support these children.
For more information, please refer to Support for Children with Special Needs webpage.