Primary Schools in Singapore

Admiralty Primary School

Established in 1997, Admiralty Primary School started with 45 classes at Woodlands Circle. Built in the midst of a flourishing public housing neighbourhood, the school serves the growing population of children in the estate. Being a relatively young school, Admiralty Primary was free to experiment, create and innovate. In a few short years, the school managed to forge a unique identity for itself. The school was officially opened on 26 June 1999.

11, Woodlands Circle, Singapore 738907
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 5 pm | Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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Ahmad Ibrahim Primary School

Ahmad Ibrahim Primary School (AIPS) set up in 1995, is named after Mr. Ahmad Ibrahim, Member of Parliament for Sembawang, who served as Minister for Health and then Minister for Labour in the early years of Singapore’s nationhood.

10 Yishun Street 11, Singapore 768643
Monday - Friday: 6 am - 6.30 pm | Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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Ai Tong School

Ai Tong School started in 1912. In 1950, it opened its door to girls. In 1985, Ai Tong School became an English stream school and it was conferred the status of a Special Assistance Plan (SAP) school in 1989. Over the past two decades, the school flourished in multiple areas. Ai Tong students distinguished themselves in sports, the performing arts, and a variety of other academic and non-academic endeavours. New programs and new facilities continuously improved the education at Ai Tong. Ai Tong underwent MOE’s Primary Education Review and Implementation (PERI) Upgrading in 2014 and became a single session school in 2016.

Affiliated to Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan.

100 Bright Hill Drive, Singapore 579646
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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Alexandra Primary School

The school will build in the children an excellent foundation in literacy and numeracy. In addition, the program will go beyond this to equip students with the necessary skills to be future-ready and to engage the world while remaining rooted to Singapore.

2A Prince Charles Crescent, Singapore 159016
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 6 pm | Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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Anchor Green Primary School

Ever since its beginnings in 2008, Anchor Green Primary School has envisioned itself to be a community of aspiring and gracious learners, a school where pupils aspire to be the best they can be; where they grow and learn together and then serve by paying it forward to others around them and to the community.

31 Anchorvale Drive, Singapore 544969
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 5 pm | Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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Anderson Primary School

Anderson Primary School was formed in the year 2000 from a merger of three schools - Ang Mo Kio North Primary School, Hong Dao Primary School and Li Hua Primary School. Over the first seven years, the school has, under the leadership of its first Principal, Mr Lawrence Chong, established itself as a preferred school in Ang Mo Kio.

19 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 9, Singapore 569785
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 6 pm | Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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Anglo-Chinese School (Junior)

Anglo-Chinese School (Junior) is one of the seven units in the ACS Family of Schools. The Anglo-Chinese School was founded on March 1, 1886, by Bishop William Fitzjames Oldham in a shophouse at 70 Amoy Street.

16 Winstedt Road Singapore 227988
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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Anglo-Chinese School (Primary)

The Anglo-Chinese School was founded on 1st March 1886 by Bishop William Fitzjames Oldham in an old shophouse at 70, Amoy Street.

In 1994, Anglo-Chinese Primary School moved from Canning Rise to Barker Road and Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road) was born when a second section was added to it. On 4 December 2002, Anglo-Chinese School (Primary) moved back to the Barker Road Campus and operated as a single-session primary school. The school was officially opened on 15 July 2003 by DPM Tony Tan.

50 Barker Road, Singapore 309918

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Angsana Primary School

Angsana Primary School is a merged school formed from the former Qiaonan Primary School and Griffiths Primary School in 2015.

3 Tampines Street 22, Singapore 529366
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday: Closed

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Ang Mo Kio Primary School

Ang Mo Kio Primary School was the first school to be built in Ang Mo Kio New Town which was being developed during the late seventies.

On 2nd January 2002, Kebun Baru Primary School and Ang Mo Kio Primary School merged to form the new Ang Mo Kio Primary School. On 30th May 2002, the school relocated to its present location at 20, Ang Mo Kio.

20 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3, Singapore 569920
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday: Closed

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Balestier Hill Primary School

Balestier Hill Primary School was established in January 2002 following the merger of Moulmein Primary School and Swiss Cottage Primary School.

Merged with Bendemeer Primary School in 2019.

565 Balestier Road, Singapore 329927
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday: Closed

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Beacon Primary School

Beacon Primary School was officially opened on 23 July 2010. Beacon Primary School was the first new primary school set up as part of the Future Schools @Singapore ([email protected]) program. This program was a collaboration between the Ministry of Education (MOE) and Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) to effectively harness the benefits of technology for engaged learning.

36, Bukit Panjang Ring Road, Singapore 679944
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday: Closed

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Bedok Green Primary School

1 Bedok South Ave 2, Singapore 469317
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday: Closed

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Bendemeer Primary School

Bendemeer Primary School started in 1977 and was officially opened by Mr Sidek Saniff, Member of Parliament for Kolam Ayer in March 1978. Under PRIME, the school merged with Beng Wan Primary School in Jan 2004. Balestier Hill Primary School was established in January 2002 following the merger of Moulmein Primary School and Swiss Cottage Primary School.

In 2019, Bendemeer Primary School and Balestier Hill Primary School merged to form the new Bendemeer Primary School.

91 Bendemeer Road, Singapore 339948
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday: Closed

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Blangah Rise Primary School

Blangah Rise Primary school was established on 25 April 1977 in Telok Blangah Rise.

91 Telok Blangah Heights, Singapore 109100

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Boon Lay Garden Primary School

The school was established in 1977 along Boon Lay Avenue.

20, Boon Lay Drive, Singapore 649930

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Bukit Panjang Primary School

Establishment of a new school in January 1932

109 Cashew Rd, Singapore 679676
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday: Closed

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Bukit Timah Primary School

Bukit Batok Primary School, situated at the junction of Jalan Jurong Kechil and Jurong Road, is an amalgamation of two schools, namely Bukit Batok East and Bukit Batok West Primary Schools. These two schools functioned as separate schools since 1959. However, in 1984, they amalgamated to form the present Bukit Batok Primary School. The school buildings, completed in 1959, comprise two separate three-store blocks. A new hall-cum-canteen was constructed in 1988. In December 2001, the school relocated to its new premises at Lorong Kismis with a new name "BUKIT TIMAH PRIMARY SCHOOL".

111, Lorong Kismis, Singapore 598112

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Bukit View Primary School

Bukit View Primary School was established in Bukit Batok New Town in January 1986 and started operations in the premises of Bukit View Secondary School. On 24 March 1986, Bukit View Primary School moved into its own building at Bukit Batok Street 21, where it is presently located. The school was officially opened on 31 August 1988.

18 Bukit Batok St 21, Singapore 659634
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 5.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday: Closed

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Canberra Primary School

Canberra Primary School was established in January 2000. The school takes the name of the old Canberra School which closed down in 1988.

21 Admiralty Drive, Singapore 757714
Monday - Friday: 8 am - 4 pm | Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday: Closed

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Canossa Catholic Primary School

Established in 1941, Canossa Catholic Primary School (CCPS), previously known as Canossa Convent Primary School, is one of the educational institutions set up by the sisters of the Canossian Daughters of Charity in Singapore. It is affiliated with St Anthony’s Canossian Secondary, an autonomous school.

1 Sallim Rd, Singapore 387621

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Cantonment Primary School

1 Cantonment Close, Singapore 088256
Monday, Wednesday - Friday: 7.45 am - 1.30 pm | Tuesday: 7.445 am - 3 pm | Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday: Closed

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Casuarina Primary School

Merged with Loyang Primary School in 2019.

30 Pasir Ris Street 41, Singapore 518935
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday: Closed

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Catholic High School (Primary)

Catholic High School (CHS) is one of Singapore's highly regarded institutions under the auspices of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore. It is a Catholic institution but enrolls both Catholic and non-Catholic students.

Founded in 1935 by the late Rev. Fr. Edward Becheras, a French missionary, the school provides a holistic education premised on universal Christian values.

9 Bishan Street 22, Singapore 579767

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Cedar Primary School

Merged with MacPherson Primary School in 2019.

15, Cedar Avenue, Singapore 349700

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Changkat Primary School

Changkat Primary School was initially named Changkat Changi Primary School because of its location. It was built on the top of a small hill ("changkat" means small hill in Malay) at Changi Road.

In 1988, the school moved to the present premises and was renamed Changkat Primary School. In 2002, the school was scheduled for upgrading under PRIME.

11 Simei Street 3, Singapore 529896
Monday - Friday: 7.40 am - 1.20 pm | Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday: Closed

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CHIJ (Katong) Primary

Katong Convent was established in 1930 as a private Primary English School with an enrolment of 197 pupils, one of 11 CHIJ schools in Singapore. In 1958, in order to cope with the growing demand for places in the school, a branch was constructed in Opera Estate and a few of the Primary school staff were then transferred to the new convent. The new school was named CHIJ Opera Estate. In 1988, work on the project to build a “new school” at Marine Terrace began. The relocation of CHIJ Opera Estate to Katong in 1990 also marked another milestone in the history of the school; for the new name adopted – CHIJ (Katong) Primary, is also reflective of the merger with the primary section of Katong Convent.

17 Martia Road, Singapore 424821
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday: Closed

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CHIJ (Kellock)

On 2 February 1854, a small group of Infant Jesus nuns arrived in Singapore from Europe with one mission in hand: to build  Catholic schools and homes for girls. Their first school, convent and orphanage were established on Victoria Street which became known as the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus. Over the years, the sisters went on to open schools and centres in many parts of the island and CHIJ Kellock is the youngest member among the 11 CHIJ schools in Singapore.

1 Bukit Teresa Rd, Singapore 099757

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CHIJ Our Lady of Good Counsel

The Convent of Our Lady of Good Counsel, as the school was originally called, was established in the 1960's in a single building block with its main school gate at Cooling Close, Serangoon Gardens. CHIJ Our Lady of Good Counsel is one of the eleven IJ Schools in Singapore.

2C Burghley Drive, Singapore 558979

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CHIJ Primary (Toa Payoh)

628 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh, Singapore 319765

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CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls' School

Saint Nicholas Girls' School was established by the Sisters of the Infant Jesus near the Town Convent at Victoria Street in Singapore on 16 January 1933 as a Chinese-medium primary school for girls.

CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls' School (SNGS) is an all-girls Catholic primary and secondary school in Ang Mo Kio, Singapore. The school is one of 11 Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus (CHIJ) schools in Singapore. The school is one of the designated Special Assistance Plan (SAP) schools.

501 Ang Mo Kio Street 13, Singapore 569405

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Chongfu School

Chongfu School, formerly known as Chong Hock Girls’ School, was founded on 16 April 1915 by Mr Wang Huiyi, a Supervisor of Schools with the Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuah (SHHK).

170 Yishun Avenue 6, Singapore 768959
Monday - Friday: 8.30 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday: Closed

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Chongzheng Primary School

1 Tampines Street 21, Singapore 529392
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday: Closed

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Chua Chu Kang Primary School

Chua Chu Kang Primary School started operations on 2 January 1994 with 400 students from Primary One to Primary Four under the leadership of Mr. Raja Rajendra using South View Primary School as the holding site.

20, Choa Chu Kang Avenue 2, Singapore 689905
Monday - Thursday: 7 am - 5.30 pm | Thursday: 7 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Clementi Primary School

A Leader who takes initiative to lead, with confidence and integrity; A Keen Learner who is enthusiastic about learning and strives for excellence; A Friend who is sincere and works well with others, showing respect and empathy.

8 Clementi Avenue 3, Singapore 129903
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Compassvale Primary School

Compassvale Primary School was established on 4 January 1999 at a holding site in Sengkang Primary School. In January 2000, Compassvale Primary School shifted temporarily to a second holding site in Rivervale Primary School as the school building was still under construction. The school moved into its present premises on 13 November 2000. It was officially opened on 21 October 2001.

21 Compassvale Street, Singapore 545091
Monday - Friday: 7.40 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Concord Primary School

Vision: Caring Hearts, Enriched Minds, Determined Spirits
Values: Care, Respect, Responsibility, Integrity, Loyalty, Passion
Motto: Together We Soar to Greater Heights

3, Choa Chu Kang Ave 4, Singapore 689814
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Coral Primary School

Merged with White Sands Primary School in 2019.

20 Pasir Ris Street 51, Singapore 518902


Corporation Primary School

Corporation Primary School was established in 1975. It was officially opened on 7 October 1976 by Mr Tang See Chim, then Deputy Speaker of Parliament and Member of Parliament for Choa Chu Kang. On 16 November 2001, the school was relocated from Boon Lay Avenue to a new building at Jurong West Street 24.

31 Jurong West Street 24, Singapore 648347
Monday - Friday: 6.45 am - 7 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Da Qiao Primary School

Da Qiao Primary School was officially opened on 11 January 1936 at North Bridge Road. It was a Chinese-medium public school that served the education needs of the community and provided education opportunities for children from the low-income families.

Merged with Jing Shan Primary School in 2019.

8 Ang Mo Kio Street 54, Singapore 569185

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Damai Primary School

52 Bedok Reservoir Crescent, Singapore 479226
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Dazhong Primary School

35 Bukit Batok Street 31, Singapore 659441
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 6 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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De La Salle School

The primary school building was completed in 1952. It was equipped with furniture from SJI. The school was named after the founder of the Christian Brothers Schools, St John Baptist De La Salle.

Lasallian school, founded in 1952.

11, Choa Chu Kang St. 52, Singapore 689285
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 6 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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East Coast Primary School

East Coast Primary School (ECPS) is a co-ed government Primary school that was started in 1982. ECPS received the students of Jaya Primary School when it closed in December 1998.

Merged with Damai Primary School in 2019.

8 Chai Chee Lane, Singapore 469031
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 6 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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East Spring Primary School

Established on 4 January 1999, East Spring Primary School was built as a government school to serve the neighbourhood of the eastern sector of Tampines New Town.

31 Tampines Street 33, Singapore 529258
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 6 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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East View Primary School

Now closed, merged with Junyuan in 2019.

4, Tampines Street 91, Singapore 528907

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Edgefield Primary School

Edgefield Primary School's core values: Integrity, Discipline, Compassion, Courage, Loyalty, Respect and Team Spirit.
Edgefield Primary School is committed to providing a well-balanced and diverse educational experience for our pupils focusing in the social, moral, emotional, physical, aesthetics and cognitive domains.

41 Edgefield Plains, Singapore 828869

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Elias Park Primary School

Elias Park Primary School is located at 11 Pasir Ris Street 52 and is the third primary school constructed in the suburban town of Pasir Ris. The school was officially declared opened by Mr Charles Chong, Honourable Member of Parliament for Pasir Ris GRC, on 12 July 1997. The school commenced functioning on 3 January 1995.

11 Pasir Ris Street 52, Singapore 518866
Monday - Friday: 8 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Endeavour Primary School

10 Admiralty Link, Singapore 757521
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 5.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Eunos Primary School

The school occupies the former site of Jalan Eunos and Jalan Daud Primary Schools. It began its first chapter on 3 January 1984 led by the Principal, Mrs Salmah Yunos, with pupils and staff mainly from Jalan Daud and Telok Kurau Primary Schools.

95 Jalan Eunos, Singapore 419529

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Evergreen Primary School

Evergreen Primary was established in January 1999.

31 Woodlands Circle, Singapore 738908
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 5.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Fairfield Methodist School (Primary)

Fairfield Methodist School (Primary) located on Dover Road. Founded in 1888 as the Anglo-Chinese Girls School, it is among the oldest primary school in Singapore. Their current premises are in the neighbourhood of Dover in Queenstown, Central Singapore.

To highlight the common history, heritage and close relationship of the Fairfield Methodist Schools, the name of the school was changed from Fairfield Methodist Primary School to Fairfield Methodist School (Primary), effective from January 2009.

100 Dover Road, Singapore 139648

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Farrer Park Primary School

Farrer Park Primary School was established on 2 January 2002. It was a merger between Boon Keng Primary School and May Primary School.

2 Farrer Park Road #01-01, Singapore 217567
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Fengshan Primary School

The present Fengshan Primary School was merged on 2nd January 2001 to take on the challenge of bringing 2 schools (former Ping Yi Primary School and Fengshan Primary School) together into the new Fengshan family.

307 Bedok North Road, Singapore 469680
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Fern Green Primary School

Fern Green Primary School is designed as a school within a garden. Sited within an oasis of greenery, the school environment beckons Students into its fold to partake in exciting learning activities that are in store for all learners.

70 Fernvale Link, Singapore 797538
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.35 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Fernvale Primary School

1 Fernvale Lane, Singapore 797701
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 6 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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First Toa Payoh Primary School

7 Lorong 8 Toa Payoh, Singapore 319252

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Frontier Primary School

Frontier Primary School was established in 2011. The school is currently located at 20 Jurong West Street 61 and was officially declared open in 2014.

20 Jurong West Street 61, Singapore 64820

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Fuchun Primary School

23, Woodlands Avenue 1, Singapore 739063

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Fuhua Primary School

Fuhua was established on 18 July 1941.  It has its humble beginnings as a village school which was originally situated at Upper Jurong Road in the vicinity of the present Nanyang Technological University.

65 Jurong East St 13, Singapore 609647

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Gan Eng Seng Primary School

The school was established in 1885. It was named Anglo-Chinese Free School at first. In 1889, Gan Eng Seng paid for the construction of a new building in Telok Ayer Street. Anglo-Chinese Free School was renamed Gan Eng Seng School in 1893 and became a government school in 1938. As of 2007, Gan Eng Seng School is located at 1 Henderson Road after moving eight times during its 122-year history due to expansion needs.

Gan Eng Seng Primary School was formed from a merger of four primary schools – Alexandra Hill, Bukit Ho Swee, Henderson and Keng Seng. The school started on 2 January 2002 with more than 2600 pupils spanning all 6 levels. On 11 September 2004, the school was officially declared opened by Dr Chong Weng Chiew, Member of Parliament for Tanjong Pagar GRC.

100 Redhill Close, Singapore 158901

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Geylang Methodist School (Primary)

The school was started in 1924 as Geylang Methodist Girls' School (GMGS) by Reverend Lloyd Sullivan, the District Superintendent, with Mrs Chai Han Kiat and Miss Emma Walker, members of the Methodist Church.

4, Geylang East Central, Singapore 389706
Monday - Friday: 8 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Gongshang Primary School

The school was founded in January 1920 by Mr Shi Su. The running of the school was financed by Mr Lin Zeyang and his fellow supporters.

It began as a night school at 267 Tanjong Pagar Road - a place on loan from Yinbin Club. The school catered to the needs of the young migrants from China. On 1 March 1920, the school moved to 30 Enggor Street and a day school was initiated. It helped to provide education to the children of the migrants.

1 Tampines Street 42, Singapore 529176
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 5.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Greendale Primary School

50 Edgedale Plains, Singapore 828848

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Greenridge Primary School

Greenridge Primary School (GRPS) began functioning in January 1995 to cater to the growing demand for primary schools in Bukit Panjang New Town.

11 Jelapang Road, Singapore 677744

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Greenwood Primary School

11 Woodlands Drive 62, Singapore 737942
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 2.45 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Guangyang Primary School

Guangyang Primary School (光洋小学), originally named Kong Yiong School, was started by a group of Chinese education enthusiasts on 25 February 1918, offering Chinese as the first language.

6 Bishan Street 12, Singapore 579806
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Haig Girls' School

Haig Girls' School (HGS) is one of only two government all-girls primary schools in Singapore. HGS was established in September 1951 with an enrolment of 200 pupils housed in a double-store school building at Jalan Tembusu, off Haig Road. In November 1999, the school relocated to its current site at Koon Seng Road.

51 Koon Seng Road, Singapore 427072
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Henry Park Primary School

Henry Park Primary School was established on 23rd March 1977.

1 Holland Grove Road, Singapore 278790
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 4 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Holy Innocents' Primary School

Established in 1892, Holy Innocents’ High School was one of the first Chinese Mission Schools to be established in Singapore. In 1932, Holy Innocents’ Chinese Girls’ School was founded by Reverend Father Edward Becheras, Parish Priest of Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The school was then managed by Sisters of the Holy Infant Jesus.

1986 saw the last batch of graduates from the Chinese-medium school and the school became an English-medium school in 1987. With her history of a Chinese-medium school and her continual efforts in advocating bilingualism, Holy Innocents’ Primary School was designated as a Special Assistance Plan (SAP) school by the Ministry of Education in 1992.

5 Lorong Low Koon, Singapore 536451
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Hong Wen School

Founded in 1920 by Hin Ann Huay Kuan(兴安会馆), Hong Wen School (宏文学校)was born out of the foresight of its founders who believed in the importance of education for the young,  as well as the promotion of Chinese language, culture and values.

30 Towner Road, Singapore 327829

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Horizon Primary School

The school was officially opened by Mr Heng Swee Keat, then Minister of Education, on the auspicious date of 4 October 2012.

61 Edgedale Plains, Singapore 828819
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 4.15 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Hougang Primary School

Every HGPian to be nurtured holistically, rooted in values and equipped with skills for a dynamic world.

No.1 Hougang Street 93, Singapore 534238

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Huamin Primary School

Huamin Primary School derives its name from Hua Mien School. However, Huamin Primary School has no affiliation with the old school. Huamin opened its doors in Yishun New Town in 1989. Classes were first held in temporary premises at Northland Primary School in 1988. Huamin Primary School was officially opened on 22 November 1991 by MP for Sembawang GRC, A/P Ho Peng Kee.

21 Yishun Ave 11, Singapore 768857
Monday - Friday: 8 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Innova Primary School

80 Woodlands Drive 17, Singapore 737888
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Jiemin Primary School

Jiemin Primary School started functioning at Yishun Street 71 in January 1985. The name of the school, Jiemin, originates from two traditional Chinese schools, Jiegu and Quanmin Public Schools, which were functioning at Bukit Merah before their closure in 1984.

No. 2, Yishun Street 71, Singapore 768515
Monday - Friday: 8 am - 5.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Jing Shan Primary School

The story of Jing Shan Primary School began in 1945 when it was established as a Chinese-medium school in Cheng Sua Lai. It was founded by local Chinese businessmen and members of the rural community here to provide education to children living in this area. Named Cheng San School at first, it was later called Chin San School, which means “Tranquil Hill” instead of the original “Green Hill”.

Merged with Da Qiao Primary School in 2019.

5 Ang Mo Kio 52, Singapore 569228
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 6 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Junyuan Primary School

Junyuan Primary School is an English-medium government school. Our school adopted the name from the Choon Guan Primary School that was renamed Junyuan Primary School in Jun 1986 and closed in Dec 1986. The name Junyuan Primary School was subsequently revived and opened in the current site at 2 Tampines Street 91 in January 1988.

2 Tampines Street 91, Singapore 528906
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 5.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Jurong Primary School

The year was 1950. A school named Jurong Road School was built along Old Jurong Road. 2006 was another significant year for Jurong Primary School when it merged with Boon Lay Primary School. The merger saw the school relocated to its present campus at Jurong East St 32.

320, Jurong East Street 32, Singapore 609476
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 5.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Jurong West Primary School

The school started holding classes at Juying Primary School on 4th January 1999 with 7 Primary One classes. It moved to its present premises on 28th June 1999. It was officially opened on 6th April 2002.

30, Jurong West Street 61,  Singapore 648368

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Juying Primary School

Juying Primary School began as Ju Eng Public School in Jalan Kayu. The school was founded by Mr Ang Oon Hui in 1940 as a Chinese-aided school. The Hanyu Pinyin translation of Ju Eng is ‘Juying’, which means a gathering of talents’.
The new Juying Primary School was officially declared open on 1 August 1997 by Mr Peter Chen, Senior Minister of State for Education and Member of Parliament for Hong Kah GRC.

31 Jurong West Street 91, Singapore 649037

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Keming Primary School

Established in 1935, it was funded with money from public-spirited and philanthropic pioneers who believed in overcoming all odds to bring education to the villagers. They believed that education was the best way to improve the livelihood of the villagers. In line with the belief, the Chinese medium school was named Keok Ming Public School.

After attaining full government status in 1982, the school was renamed Keok Ming Primary School and, in 1983, converted to an English medium school. In 1987, the school was relocated to Bukit Batok and became known as Keming Primary School ever since.

90 Bukit Batok East Ave 6, Singapore 659762
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Kheng Cheng School

The school’s history can be traced back to 1910 when Madam Lim Peng Tuan arrived and set up home in Shrewsbury Road, a rural area near Newton and Moulmein. In 1922, Madam Lim was approached by a scholar, Mr Tan Cheo Teng to set up a school. She agreed as she saw this to be an excellent opportunity to provide education for the neighbourhood children.

Although there were many difficulties in the early years, the enrolment in the school grew steadily. In 1927, Madam Lim registered the school as Kheng Cheng School and took over the management of the school.

15 Lorong 3 Toa Payoh, Singapore 319580
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 3 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Kong Hwa School

Kong Hwa School was founded by the Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan in 1953. Kong Hwa School has been offering the Bi-Cultural Enrichment Program since 2007, which encourages students to be bilingual. The school is currently situated along Guillemard Road.

350 Guillemard Road, Singapore 399772
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Kranji Primary School

Kranji Primary School was established as a Government co-educational school in 1997. the school was officially declared opened on 3 July 1999 by Mr Yeo Cheow Tong.

11 Choa Chu Kang Street 54, Singapore 689189
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 6 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Primary School

Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Primary School (KCPPS) was founded by two Christian missionaries as Katong Girls' School in 1924 and developed into Choon Guan School the following year, which was subsequently renamed Presbyterian Boys' School in 1950. Today, KCPPS is one of the 5 schools supported by the Presbyterian Church in Singapore.

8 Bishan Street 13, Singapore 579793
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Lakeside Primary School

161 Corporation Walk, Singapore 618310
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Lianhua Primary School

Lianhua Primary (LHPS) was first established as a Chinese clan school in 1946 by a group of Chinese philanthropists who valued the importance of education for children.

2 Bukit Batok Street 52, Singapore 659243
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 6 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Loyang Primary School

Merged with Casuarina Primary School in 2019.

3 Pasir Ris Drive 6, Singapore 519419


MacPherson Primary School

Merged with Cedar Primary School in 2019.

2 Mattar Rd, Singapore 387724


Maha Bodhi School

10, Ubi Avenue 1, Singapore 408931
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 4.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Maris Stella High School (Primary)

From its founding in 1958, where it was “a school without a home”, Maris Stella High School has flourished into a large, modern school constantly improving and renewing itself while keeping faith with the dream of its founder, Brother Joche Chanel Soon.

25 Mount Vernon Road, Singapore 368051
Monday - Friday: 8.30 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Marsiling Primary School

Established in 1958 as Marsiling School, it was one of the oldest schools in Marsiling estate. The school provided instructions in English, Chinese and Malay to the school going children within the Marsiling area.

31 Woodlands Centre Rd, Singapore 738927
Monday: 7.30 am - 3.15 pm | Tuesday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Marymount Convent School

20 Marymount Road, Singapore 297754
Monday - Friday: 6.30 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Mayflower Primary School

Mayflower Primary School was established on 2 January 1979.

6 Ang Mo Kio Ave 2, Singapore 569948
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.40 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Mee Toh School

Mee Toh School started off with Chinese as the medium of instruction until 1957 when it became a Government-Aided School. In 1985, the first batch of Primary Six pupils took the PSLE with English as the first Language.

21 Edgedale Plains, Singapore 828867
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Meridian Primary School

Meridian Primary School was established in the year 2000 to serve the neighbourhood in the Western sector of Pasir Ris New Town.

20 Pasir Ris Street 71, Singapore 518798

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Methodist Girls' School (Primary)

Miss Sophia Blackmore founded Methodist Girls’ School on 15 August 1887. Supported by the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church in America, Miss Blackmore, an Australian missionary, came to Singapore with a mission – to provide girls with an education.

Blackmore Drive, Singapore 599986
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 5.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Montfort Junior School

Montfort is a Catholic School. Guided by our Montfortian Values and Spirituality, we nurture each individual to realize his potential and inspire him to be a Man for Others.

52 Hougang Ave 8, Singapore 538786
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 5.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Nan Chiau Primary School

Nan Chiau Primary School is one of six schools run by the Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan. It was formerly the primary section of Nan Chiau High School. Established in March 1947, it is always progressing with time, continuously undergoing self-renewal in line with the needs of the nation and making positive contributions to the educational development of Singapore.

50 Anchorvale Link, Singapore 545080
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.40 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Nan Hua Primary School

Nan Hua Primary School commenced as Nan Hua Girls' School in 1917.

30 Jln Lempeng, Singapore 128806
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 6 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Nanyang Primary School

Vision: Learners of Character, Leaders in Action
Mission: Developing our students to reach their fullest potential within a bicultural environment that is steeped in diligence, prudence,
respectability and simplicity, thereby enabling them to contribute to society.

52 King's Road, Singapore 268097

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Naval Base Primary School

Vision: Every Navalite A Leader
Mission: Nurturing Navalites to be Future-Ready Leaders

7 Yishun Ave 4, Singapore 769028
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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New Town Primary School

New Town Primary School got its name because it was situated in this new town where high-rise, low-cost Housing Development Board (HDB) flats were built.

It was officially opened on 26th July 1965 by Dr Goh Keng Swee, Minister of Finance. This made New Town Primary School as old as the nation-state of Singapore, which gained its independence on the 9th of August 1965.

300 Tanglin Halt Road, Singapore 148812
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 5.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Ngee Ann Primary School

Ngee Ann Primary School was formerly known as Ngee Ann Girls’ School.

344 Marine Terrace, Singapore 449149
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 5.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Northland Primary School

Northland is the only school in Singapore built on the P107 design. Its unique building, wide front porch and spreading grounds have caused it to be called the school with a “country club” look. The school was declared officially open on 17 April 1990.

15 Yishun Ave 4, Singapore 769026
Monday - Friday: 7.25 am - 4.15 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Northoaks Primary School

Northoaks Primary School started in 2014. The school aims to provide holistic and meaningful education with character building as the focal point for every child who enters the school.

On 16 September 2016, Northoaks Primary School was officially opened by Dr Lim Wee Kiak, PBM, Adviser to Canberra Grassroots Organizations. The theme for the Official Opening Ceremony, ‘Into the Woods’, symbolizes the school’s journey in becoming a member of the Sembawang community.

61 Sembawang Drive, Singapore 757622
Monday & Wednesday: 7.40 am - 2.30 pm | Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
7.40 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Northshore Primary School

Northshore Primary believes in inculcating our students with the school S.M.A.R.T. values so that they navigate successfully through life challenges and opportunities with the right core values, beliefs and attitudes.

30, Northshore Drive, Singapore 828671
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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North Spring Primary School

At North Spring Primary School, believe that every pupil has the aptitude to learn and develop confidence in whatever he/she does. Our pupils are capable of demonstrating respect and care when collaborating with peers. We assist every pupil to be a self-directed and effective lifelong learner, striving for excellence in every endeavour.

1 Rivervale Street, Singapore 545088
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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North View Primary School

North View Primary School (NVPS) was established in 1995 with our founding Principal Mr Lawrence Chong. Its official opening was held on 2 August 1997 and graced by Associate Professor Ho Peng Kee, then Member of Parliament for Sembawang GRC.

210 Yishun Avenue 6, Singapore 768960
Monday - Thursday: 7.30 am - 1. 30 pm | Friday: 7.30 am - 1 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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North Vista Primary School

Vision: Community of Learners @ the School for the Future
Mission: Build Character, Inspire Passion in Learning

20 Compassvale Link, Singapore 544974
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Oasis Primary School

Vision: Passionate Learners, Caring Leaders
Mission: To build a community of learners Inspiring self and others to lead with a heart
Motto: Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow

71 Edgefield Plains, Singapore 828716

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Opera Estate Primary School

Opera Estate Primary School was founded in 1985 with the amalgamation of Opera Estate Boys’ Primary School and Opera Estate Girls’ Primary School. It is a government co-educational school located in a private housing estate. The school was at a holding site along New Upper Changi Road for two and a half years before moving back to its former site at Fidelio Street in June 2003 after the completion of PRIME.

48 Fidelio Street, Singapore 458436
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 5.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Palm View Primary School

Underlying Palm View Primary School’s (PLVPS) vision of “ Curious Minds, Caring Hearts, Creative Spirits” is a belief that children can be inspired towards excellence. As educators, we are guardians of our children’s future and to safeguard what is entrusted to us, it is critical that we channel our educational efforts towards developing the whole child to be 21st-century learners so that they can be a force for good in the world. This is our mission and calling.

150 Compassvale Bow, Singapore 544822
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 6 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Park View Primary School

60, Pasir Ris Drive 1, Singapore 519524
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Pasir Ris Primary School

Vision: Lifelong Learners, Active Citizens.
Mission: Nurturing Pasirians to be confident and compassionate critical thinkers.

5 Pasir Ris Street 21 Singapore 518968
Monday - Thursday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Friday: 7.30 am - 12.40 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Paya Lebar Methodist Girls' School (Primary)

On 31 October 1916, the Secretary of the Methodist Episcopal Building & Location Board purchased a piece of land with an area of 93 000 square feet in the district of Amokiah for the expressed purpose of building a school. It was to be the beginning of Paya Lebar MGS.

The school was started as a branch of the Anglo-Chinese School and was known then as Paya Lebar English School.

298 Lorong Ah Soo, Singapore 536741
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 4.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Pei Chun Public School

Pei Chun Public School was established in 1933 by a group of Hainanese to provide education to the children of the Chinese working class.  It became a government-aided school in 1956.  With its unique Chinese culture and rich tradition as a Chinese medium school in its early days, Pei Chun was accorded the Special Assistance Plan (SAP) school status in 1990.

16 Lorong 7 Toa Payoh, Singapore 319320
Monday - Friday: 8 am - 6 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School

Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School (PHPPS) was founded by preacher Joseph Koh in 1889 with the purpose of providing free education to the children from the villages around Bukit Timah. It was originally known as Road End Free School and the medium of instruction then was in Teochew.  In 1918, it became a Chinese-medium school. In 1922, it was renamed as Pei Hwa School. In 1941, with the outbreak of the Second World War, the school was closed temporarily from 1941 to 1945. Pei Hwa School reopened after the war in 1945 and the first School Management Board was formed. In 1992, the new building was officially opened at Pei Wah Avenue and the school was accorded the Special Assistance Plan (SAP) status. In 1995, it was renamed Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School to reflect its affiliation to Glory Presbyterian Church.

7 Pei Wah Avenue, Singapore 597610
Monday - Friday: 7.20 am - 6.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Pei Tong Primary School

Pei Tong Public School was founded in a little village, known as "Little Pandan", off Clementi Road. The school was officially registered on 26 November 1948.

Between 1979 and 1980, the School Board negotiated with the Ministry of Education until it was agreed and approved by all the sponsors that in order to improve the school, all properties of Pei Tong Public School would be handed over to the Ministry of Education as from 1981; the new government primary school to be built on Avenue 5 Clementi New Town be named Pei Tong Primary School; all the teaching and non-teaching staff and pupils be transferred to the new school, and members of the School Board join as members of the School Advisory Committee.

15, Clementi Avenue 5, Singapore 129857
Monday & Wednesday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Tuesday & Thursday: 7.30 am - 4 pm | Friday: 7.30 am - 1 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Peiying Primary School

Peiying Primary School, formerly known as Poi Eng Public School, is one of the oldest schools in Nee Soon.

651 Yishun Ring Road, Singapore 768687
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Tuesday & Friday: 7.30 am - 1 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Pioneer Primary School

Pioneer Primary School began its history in January 1995 with 19 classes in Juying Primary School. On 16 April 1995, it moved to Jurong West St 81. Mr Peter Chen, Senior Minister of State for Education and Member of Parliament for Hong Kah GRC declared the school officially opened on 5 April 1997.

Pioneer Primary School underwent PRIME and function at the holding site (former Jurong Primary School) from January 2007 to December 2008. In January 2009, the school moved back to its present site at Jurong West St 81.

23 Jurong West Street 81, Singapore 649076

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Poi Ching School

Poi Ching School was founded in 1919 by the late Reverend Canon Guok Koh Muo(郭可模 ) as a Chinese-medium school at Victoria Street.

In 1958, the school became a Government-aided school. In 1970, Poi Ching School moved from Queen Street to Toa Payoh. In 1992, the school was selected as a Special Assistance Plan (SAP) School by the Ministry of Education to offer English and Chinese as first languages. In 2000, Poi Ching School moved from Toa Payoh to its present premises at Tampines Street 71.

21 Tampines Street 71, Singapore 529067
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Princess Elizabeth Primary School

Princess Elizabeth Primary School started as Bukit Panjang Afternoon School in 1952.  It shared premises with Panjang Malay School and later with Chua Chu Kang Malay School. In 1954, the school moved to Princess Elizabeth Estate at Hillview Avenue and was renamed Princess Elizabeth Estate School.

In 1986, Princess Elizabeth Estate School was renamed Princess Elizabeth Primary School and relocated to its present premises at Bukit Batok West Avenue 3.

30, Bukit Batok West Avenue 3, Singapore 659163
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Punggol Cove Primary School

Punggol Cove Primary School commenced on 2 January 2016.

52 Sumang Walk, Singapore 828674
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 5.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Punggol Green Primary School

Punggol Green Primary School is a newly built school that serves the Punggol West community in 2013.  The school is built under the new norms to support the Primary Education Review & Implementation (PERI) Committee’s recommendations to enhance primary school education.

98 Punggol Walk, Singapore 828772
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.40 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Punggol Primary School

Punggol Primary School was established in January 1995 at the former Hai Sing Girls’ High School. In March 1998, the school moved to its current location and underwent PRIME in 2002-2004. With a student population of about 1400 pupils and staffed by 90 teachers and 16 support/administrative officers, the school has been slated for PERI upgrading in 2014 and will be transiting to a single session in 2015.

61 Hougang Avenue 8, Singapore 538787
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Punggol View Primary School

9, Punggol Place, Singapore 828845

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Qifa Primary School

Qifa Primary School, previously known as Khee Fatt Study Institution 启发学堂 was set up in 1906 by the Char Yong (Dabu) Association.

In April 2014, the school was selected by MOE to offer Effective Communication as its Applied Learning Program (ALP). The school aims to develop every Qifa pupil into a confident person who communicates effectively, in line with MOE’s 21st Century skills and student outcomes. Volleyball has always been a prominent sport with a strong tradition in Qifa. The school rides on its niche in Volleyball to broaden its impact by introducing the CHAracter Moulding Program through Sports: CHAMPS @Qifa. In April 2016, CHAMPS @Qifa was recognized by MOE as a Learning for Life Program (LLP).

50 West Coast Avenue, Singapore 128104
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Qihua Primary School

The school was founded in 1938 by a group of warm-hearted pioneer educators led by Mr Neo Tiew, a well-known philanthropist in Lim Chu Kang. The literal meaning of ‘Qi Hua’ means ‘rousing the learning spirit’ of the young as it nurtures and prepares its charges for the future, regardless of their race or creed.

5 Woodlands Street 81, Singapore 738525
Monday - Friday: 7.25 am - 4 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Queenstown Primary School

Vision: Flourishing Individuals, Future-Ready Citizens
Mission: School of the 21st Century, committed to providing a Holistic Education to all students.
Values: Respect, Integrity, Resilience, Gratitude.

310 Margaret Drive, Singapore 149303
Monday, Tuesday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Wednesday: 7.30 am - 1.15 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Radin Mas Primary School

Radin Mas School started as a boys' school with an enrolment of 40 pupils. In the 1950s an annexe was added as the enrolment increased. In 1984, the school was relocated to its present site at the junction of Bukit Purmei and Lower Delta Road. It is now known as Radin Mas Primary School and has since become a co-educational English medium school.

1 Bukit Purmei Avenue, Singapore 099840
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 6 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Raffles Girls' Primary School

Raffles Girls’ School was established on the 4th of March 1844 with six borders and five scholars. It first functioned as moral development and vocational training class but later progressed to become an educational institution. The trustees of Raffles Institution sited Raffles Girls’ School at the centre of the building at Bras Basah Road. However the two schools were separated in 1847 and by 1881, the new Girls’ School started classes on its own.

21, Hillcrest Road, Singapore 289072

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Red Swastika School

The Red Swastika School was founded by the World Red Swastika Society (Singapore Administration Centre). Originally known as "Wan Tzu School", the school was later renamed “Red Swastika School”. The foundation stone was laid at the school opening ceremony on 13th January 1951.

350 Bedok North Avenue 3, Singapore 469719
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 6 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Riverside Primary School

Riverside Primary School builds a strong foundation for life for Riverians by offering a holistic, balanced, relevant and creatively delivered curriculum experience. We nurture our pupils in a safe and health-promoting environment and with an ethos of care, respect and inclusiveness.

110 Woodlands Crescent, Singapore 737803
Monday - Friday: 8 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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River Valley Primary School

Vision: Inspiring Learners, Edifying Leaders
Mission: To Nurture our students to be Future-Ready by providing a Total Education in RVPS.
Motto: Strive for the Best

2 River Valley Green, Singapore 237993
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 2.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Rivervale Primary School

Mission: To inspire and develop Riverlites to be responsible citizens and passionate learners.
Vision: The Rivervale - School of Excellence, Individuals of Character.
Motto: Succeed & Excel

80, Rivervale Drive, Singapore 545092
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Rosyth School

Rosyth School started in 1956. It was situated at Rosyth Road from which it derived its name. The majority of pupils then were from the neighbouring Kampung. In early 1983, the school was identified as one of the four primary schools to host the Gifted Education Program. In 2001, the school was relocated to Serangoon North Ave 4 to accomodate the increasing student population.

21 Serangoon North Ave 4, Singapore 555855
Monday - Friday: 8 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Rulang Primary School

Rulang Primary School was originally known as Joo Long Public School. It was founded in 1930 by Mr Ng Lee Kar, a Jurong community leader, to provide basic education for children of a village community.

6 Jurong West Street 52, Singapore 649295
Monday - Friday: 6.30 am - 6.30 pm | Saturday: 8 am - 5 pm | Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Sembawang Primary School

Philosophy: We believe in providing holistic education to help every child discover the joy of learning in a safe and caring environment.
Vision: Innovative Learners, Rooted in Values
Mission: Nurturing Innovators in a Vibrant Community
Motto: The Best from me

10 Sembawang Dr, Singapore 757715
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Sengkang Green Primary School

Sengkang Green Primary School was established in 2013 as a brand new school in the new town of Sengkang. Today, it has become a primary school well-regarded by many parents and the community.

15 Fernvale Road, Singapore 797636
Monday - Friday: 7.45 am - 4.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Seng Kang Primary School

On 3 January 1997, Seng Kang Primary School (SKPS) became the first school in Sengkang Town.

21 Compassvale Walk, Singapore 545166
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.40 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Shuqun Primary School

Shuqun Primary School started in 1925 and was known as Tuan Cheng Public School. Later it became known as Seh Chuan High School. It was situated off Jalan Jurong Kechil.

In April 1983, Seh Chuan High School changed from an aided to a government school bearing the Hanyu pinyin name of Shuqun Secondary School. In April 1984, the primary section ceased to function as part of the secondary school and became known as Shuqun Primary School.

8 Jurong West St 51, Singapore 649332
Monday - Friday: 7.25 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Si Ling Primary School

Si Ling Primary School stood at the junction of Admiralty Road and Marsiling Lane, on the site of a rubber plantation which was levelled in 1978. Si Ling Primary School opened its doors to students on 2 January 1980 at 9 Marsiling Lane. It was officially opened on 28 August 1981 by the then Minister for Education, Dr Tony Tan.

Si Ling Primary School started a new chapter in its history when it was relocated to its current site, 61 Woodlands Ave 1, on 8 December 2001. The move was in line with MOE’s PRIME Project.

61 Woodlands Avenue 1, Singapore 739067
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 7 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Singapore Chinese Girls’ School (Primary)

Singapore Chinese Girls' School (SCGS) is an independent, all-girls school in Bukit Timah, Singapore.

Founded in 1899, it is one of the oldest and best institutions in Singapore. It is a full school with both primary and secondary divisions, admitting girls between the ages of 6 and 16. The secondary division was among the first schools in Singapore to be accorded the status of an independent school in 1989, and entry is competitive.

190 Dunearn Rd, Singapore 309437
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 6 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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South View Primary School

Nam San School was founded on 2nd February 1946, with students housed in three separate locations: temple, Wayang stage and warehouse.
Ama Keng School came into being in September 1951. During the 1970s, Ama Keng School also became an integrated school and a Chinese-medium class was started. But by the 1980s, Chinese medium classes were phased out.

In March 1990, Nam San School and Ama Keng School merged and formed South View Primary School and moved to its present site at 6 Choa Chu Kang Central.

6 Choa Chu Kang Central, Singapore 689762
Monday - Friday: 8 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Springdale Primary School

Situated within the Sengkang West constituency, Springdale Primary School is part of the East 3 Cluster Schools and started its operation in Jan 2013. As a young school, Springdale Primary School is equipped with the necessary facilities to deliver holistic education to every Springdalite who joins the school. The school looks forward to working in collaboration with our parents and community partners to serve the needs of our Springdalites.

71 Anchorvale Link, Singapore 544799
Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Tuesday & Thursday: 7.30 am - 1.05 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Stamford Primary School

Stamford Girls' School was founded in 1951. In 1954, Stamford Girls' was renamed Stamford Afternoon School and then moved to a new adjacent building in 1955 and was renamed Waterloo Girls' School.

In 1984, the Amalgamation of Stamford Gils' School and Waterloo School. Stamford became co-ed and was renamed Stamford Primary School. And moved to Victoria Lane on 18 March 1986.

1 Victoria Lane, Singapore 198423

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St. Andrew's Junior School

The beginning of St Andrew's School, perhaps, could be traced to the 1850s when two Anglicans, namely, Mr Sim Quee and Mr Tye Kirn, set up a private institution in Chin Chew Street. St Andrew's School was founded on 8 September 1862. The school is also affiliated with other Anglican and Presbyterian schools in Singapore.

2 Francis Thomas Drive, Singapore 359337
Monday - Thursday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Friday: 7.30 am - 3.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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St. Anthony's Canossian Primary School

The early chapters of St. Anthony’s Convent, came to be written when Fr. Jose Pedro Santa Anna de Cunha, decided to start a school for the children of his poor parishioners, on August 1st 1879. The school, a small house in Middle Road, was called St. Anna’s School. On February 23rd 1886, the new building was named “St Anthony’s Boy’s and Girls’ School.” The school still educated girls and boys together.

in 1971, the administration of the Primary and Secondary schools was separated and the schools were named St. Anthony’s Convent Primary School and St. Anthony’s Convent Secondary School. Finally, in 1995, the schools moved into their spanking new premises at Bedok North Avenue 4. At the same time, the schools were renamed ST. ANTHONY’S CANOSSIAN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL.

1602 Bedok North Avenue 4, Singapore 469701

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St. Anthony's Primary School

St Anthony's Primary School (formerly known as St Anthony's Boys' School) is one of the seven Lasallian Schools in Singapore. Founded in 1879, it has seen many generations of Anthonians pass through its doors as the school strives to live up to its motto of Crescit Eundo - Growing as We Advance. The Anthonian Spirit is represented by the legendary fiery Phoenix which symbolizes the passion, resilience and renewing spirit of the Anthonian.

30 Bukit Batok St. 32, Singapore 659401
Monday - Friday: 9 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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St. Gabriel's Primary School

St Gabriel's Primary is a government-aided Catholic school run by the Brothers of St Gabriel. It was originally part of St Gabriel's School that was established by the Gabrielite Brothers to cater to the educational needs of the fast-growing population in Paya Lebar and Upper Serangoon.

St Gabriel's School opened its doors on 3 June 1953 to its first intake of 212 pupils who attended classes ranging from Primary One to Standard Two under the supervision of Rev Bro Louis Gonzaga and seven pioneer teachers. The school was then located at the junction of Hillside Drive and Upper Serangoon Road. It was officially declared open on 13 December 1953 by the then Bishop of the Diocese of Singapore and Malacca, Mgr. Michael Olcomendy.

220 Lor Chuan, Singapore 556742
Monday - Thursday: 7 am - 5.30 pm | Friday: 7 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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St. Hilda's Primary School

In 1934, Anglican Archdeacon Graham White acquired Bethel English School in Ceylon Road to set up an Anglican school for girls. He named it St Hilda’s School and captured the essence of the school’s aims and inspirations in the Mosaic command “GO FORWARD” (Exodus 14:15) which has since become the school motto. The School was officially opened on 08 May.

2 Tampines Avenue 3, Singapore 529706
Monday, Wednesday - Thursday: 7.30 am - 1.45 pm | Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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St. Joseph's Institution Junior

St Joseph's Institution Junior, formerly known as St Michael's School, is one of the 7 Lasallian schools in Singapore.

No. 3 Essex Road, Singapore 309331
Monday - Friday: 6 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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St. Margaret's Primary School

St Margaret's School was founded by Mrs Maria Dyer in 1842, making it the oldest girls' school in Singapore and the Far East. Maria Dyer was a young missionary of the London Missionary Society. She was inducted to the Singapore Women's Hall of fame in 2014 under the category of Education. The school was then known as Chinese Girls' School and it was located in a shophouse at North Bridge Road.

2 Mattar Road, Singapore 387724
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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St. Stephen's School

St. Stephen's School is one of the six Christian Brothers' Schools (CBS) of the De La Salle Order in Singapore. The School, founded on a piece of private land bounded by Siglap View, La Salle Street and Siglap Avenue, was first envisioned by Rev. Br. Stephen Barkley who saw, amidst the coconut palm trees and the rubber estates in the eastern part of the island, a school to cater to the growing number of boys.

On 7 May 1957, the Right Rev. Michael Olocomendy, Archbishop of Singapore blessed St. Stephen's School. The school was officially opened in September of the same year by Mr Maclellan, the Director of Education.

20 Siglap View, Singapore 455789
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Tampines North Primary School

Tampines North Primary School started in 1994 with 18 teachers and 322 students. Classes were held in Qiaonan Primary before moving to the present premises in 1995.

30, Tampines Avenue 9, Singapore 529565
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 5.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Tampines Primary School

An iconic primary school to represent the roots of this multi-ethnic neighbourhood of great vibrancy and prosperity was realized in 1985 when Tampines Primary School came into being.

Tampines Primary School started humbly in 1985 at Yumin Primary School and moved to its own premise at Tampines Street 12 in 1986. The school was officially opened on 30 March 1988.

250 Tampines Street 12, Singapore 529426
Monday - Friday: 7.50 am - 2 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Tanjong Katong Primary School

Tanjong Katong Primary started in 2001 as an amalgamation of 3 schools, Fowlie Primary (a result of an earlier merger between Fowlie and Seraya Schools), Haig Boys’ and Mountbatten Primary Schools. In its earlier years, Tanjong Katong Primary was well-known for its higher proportion of international students. Even up till today, the school continues to boast of a student population that comes from diverse backgrounds in terms of their nationality and ethnicity. Since TKP opened its doors, it has made a name for itself with the all-around, balanced education it provides as well as the caring culture within the TKP community.

10 Seraya Road, Singapore 437259.
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Tao Nan School

On 18 November 1906, Tao Nan School (道南学堂 dao nan xuetang) was born – the very first of six modern schools the Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan would set up.

In 1909, Tao Nan opened its doors to non-Hokkien children, becoming the first Chinese school in Singapore to take in students from other dialect groups. The school continues to be a trailblazer in the years that follow.

49 Marine Crescent, Singapore 449761
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Teck Ghee Primary School

The former Teck Ghee Primary School merged with Chong Li Primary School in December 2002 to form the present Teck Ghee Primary School.

Teck Ghee Primary School was established in 1979 and located at 1 Ang Mo Kio Street 42. The School was officially opened in April 1989 by Mr Lee Yoke Suan, then MP of Cheng San CC. Having started at 1 Ang Mo Kio Street 42 on 10 July 1979, it was the third government school built in Ang Mo Kio. In 2002, Teck Ghee Primary School merged with Chong Li Primary School to form the present Teck Ghee Primary School. In 2003, the new Teck Ghee Primary School functioned at its new school building, located at 1 Ang Mo Kio Street 32.

1 Ang Mo Kio Street 32, Singapore 569299
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 5.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Teck Whye Primary School

Teck Whye Primary School started as Jalan Teck Whye Primary School in 1959. It was then located at 36 Jalan Teck Whye and served the largely farming community in Chua Chu Kang. In 1972, the school amalgamated with the neighbouring Bukit Panjang Malay School, when vernacular schools were phased out.

In 1996, the school relocated to the school building, which was once occupied by Bukit Panjang Government High students, at 30 Jalan Teck Whye. The School was then renamed Teck Whye Primary School.

11 Teck Whye Walk, Singapore 688261
Monday - Friday: 9 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Telok Kurau Primary School

Telok Kurau English School started in 1926. In 1958, a new wing was added to accommodate more students. During this period, two other schools bearing the name "Telok Kurau" were built; the Telok Kurau Malay Girls’ School in 1960 and the Telok Kurau West School in 1962. These were built to cater to the growth of the school-going population within the Telok Kurau and Joo Chiat estates. Telok Kurau English School then became known as Telok Kurau East School.

In 1983, Telok Kurau Malay Girl's School merged with Telok Kurau West School. It then joined Telok Kurau East School in 1985 and was renamed Telok Kurau Primary School. In 2001, the school merged with Bedok Town Primary School and moved to its present site at 50 Bedok Reservoir Road.

50 Bedok Reservoir Rd, Singapore 479239
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Temasek Primary School

Temasek Primary School began holding classes at the premises of Bedok View Primary School in 1979. The school started functioning on 2 January 1980 at Chai Chee along New Upper Changi Road with 2,200 students formerly from various schools. Temasek Primary School moved to its current premises at Bedok South Avenue 3 in December 2000, and the new campus was officially opened on 19 April 2002.

501 Bedok South Avenue 3, Singapore 469300
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Townsville Primary School

Townsville Primary School started functioning at its former premises in Ang Mo Kio St 32 in 1983. The school moved to its current premises at 3 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10 in December 2000 and merged with Chong Shan Primary School in 2001.

No. 3 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10, Singapore 569730

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Unity Primary School

Unity Primary School was established in 1999.

21 Choa Chu Kang Cres, Singapore 688268
Monday - Friday: 6.45 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Valour Primary School

49 Punggol Central, Singapore 828728
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Waterway Primary School

Waterway Primary School started in 2016.

70 Punggol Drive, Singapore 828802
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 5.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Wellington Primary School

Wellington Primary School started functioning on 2 January 2001. The school was built by MOE at a cost of 11 million dollars. It is situated at 10 Wellington Circle in the Sembawang vicinity.

10 Wellington Circle, Singapore 757702

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West Grove Primary School

West Grove Primary School was established in 2001. In 2003, the school was officially declared open.  In 2010, West Grove Primary celebrated its 10th Anniversary. West Grove Primary has developed its Learning for Life Program (LLP) in the Arts in 2014 and transited to Single-Session in 2016.

1, Jurong West Street 72, Singapore 649223

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West Spring Primary School

60 Bukit Panjang Ring Road, Singapore 679946
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Westwood Primary School

Thrive and Flourish at Westwood.

1 Jurong West Street 73, Singapore 649188

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West View Primary School

West View Primary School began functioning on 2 January 1998.

31 Senja Road, Singapore 677742
Monday - Friday: 7.25 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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White Sands Primary School

White Sands Primary School started in January 1998 with 222 pupils on the premises of Park View Primary School. By the end of 1998, the new school building at 2 Pasir Ris Street 11 was completed.

White Sands Primary School is a new merger between Coral Primary School and White Sands Primary School in January 2019.

2, Pasir Ris Street 11, Singapore 519075
Monday - Friday: 7.35 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Woodgrove Primary School

Woodgrove Primary School commenced operations in January 1999, using the premises of Woodlands Ring Primary School with a total enrolment of 660 students in 17 classes. The school officially moved to its present premises on 5 September 1999.

2 Woodlands Drive 14, Singapore 738079
Monday - Friday: 8 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Woodlands Primary School

Woodlands Primary School originated from Sungei Kadut School. It was built in the midst of a kampong setting in 1953 under the Frisby Five-Year Plan.

10 Woodlands Drive 50, Singapore 738853
Monday - Friday: 7 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Woodlands Ring Primary School

Woodlands Ring Primary began its journey in 1997, being temporarily housed in Woodlands Ring Secondary School. We officially opened the gates to our new building in 1998 and have been operating in the same premises since then. The school was officially opened on 27 July 2001 by Associate Professor Chin Tet Yung, then MP for Sembawang GRC.

11 Woodlands Ring Road, Singapore 738240
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 4.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Xinghua Primary School

In 1930 Chua Cheok San founded Sing Hua Public School at Lim Tua Tow Road in Upper Serangoon. In 1985, several changes were instituted when the school moved to Hougang Ave 1. Its name Sing Hua was changed to its Hanyu pinyin version, Xinghua. In 2003, Xinghua merged with Charlton School.

45 Hougang Avenue 1, Singapore 538882

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Xingnan Primary School

The school was started in 1932. In 1987, the school name was changed to Xingnan Primary School

5 Jurong West Street 91, Singapore 649036

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Xinmin Primary School

School Mission & Vision: Every Xinminite, a confident citizen of character, ready for the future.

9 Hougang Avenue 8, Singapore 538784

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Xishan Primary School

The school was established in 1937 as Si San Public School. In May 1984, Si San Public School became Si San Primary School and English became the medium of instruction.

In 1986, the government acquired the plot of land where Si San Primary School was located and the school was relocated to the current site. The school took on the Hanyu Pinyin appellation: Xishan, and was officially renamed Xishan Primary School. On 11 November 1988, Xishan Primary School was officially declared open.

8 Yishun Street 21, Singapore 768611
Monday - Friday: 8 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Yangzheng Primary School

In 1905 Yeung Ching School started as a private school for only the Cantonese boys. 1985-1987, Yeung Ching School was merged with Telok Ayer and Peck Seah Primary Schools. However, the school was able to retain her original name and her government-aided status.

In 1988, The school moved to a new building with a totally new pupil enrolment at Serangoon Avenue 3. She became a government school and adopted the Hanyu Pinyin name, Yangzheng Primary School, under a new Principal, Mrs Dorothy Francis. Yangzheng Primary School held its official opening on 22 October 1990 at the new campus.

15, Serangoon Avenue 3, Singapore 556108
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Yew Tee Primary School

The school started its first rumblings in 2000.

10 Choa Chu Kang Street 64, Singapore 689100
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Yio Chu Kang Primary School

1 Hougang Street 51, Singapore 538720
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Yishun Primary School

The former Yishun Primary School, situated at Yishun Ring Road, was the first primary school to be built in Yishun New Town in 1982.

500, Yishun Ring Road, Singapore 768679
Monday - Thursday: 7.40 am - 1.30 pm | Friday: 7.40 am - 1.15 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Yu Neng Primary School

In 1934, the late Mr Huang Hua Long, along with 4 humble villagers, took upon themselves the responsibility of nurturing and educating the young. With meagre resources, they managed to build a zinc and attap school and called it Yeu Nerng School. In 1982, it moved to the site at Bedok North Street 3 to cater to its rapidly expanding population. The school also changed its status from an aided to a government school and was renamed “Yu Neng Primary School”

In January 2003, the school went through PRIME upgrading and had to move to a temporary holding site. During this period, the school merged with Min Xin Primary School. In 2005, the school moved back to its current school building at Bedok North Street 3 and was officially reopened in July 2006.

56 Bedok North Street 3, Singapore 469623
Monday - Friday: 7.15 am - 5.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Yuhua Primary School

Yuhua Primary School, first known as Joo Hwa Public School (公立裕华学校), was built in 1930, with the financial help and support of community leaders, businessmen and the residents in old Jurong.

In 1951, the school premise underwent a major renovation and expanded its facilities. English Language was introduced as a medium of instruction in three of its classes in 1979. In 1981, the school was renamed Joo Hwa Primary School. The school moved to its present location at Jurong East Street 24 and assumed the name Yuhua Primary School in 1983. In 2002, Yuhua Primary School merged with Yuqun Primary School.

158 Jurong East Street 24, Singapore 609558
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Yumin Primary School

Yumin Primary School has her roots in two Chinese village schools, 'Yook Kiau' and 'Ping Min', in the old Tampines area from 1940 to 1974. The two schools merged in 1975 and were renamed 'Yook Min Primary School'. It was relocated to the present site in 1985 and renamed Yumin Primary School'. In 2003, the school was upgraded under PRIME program.

3 Tampines Street 21, Singapore 529393
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Zhangde Primary School

Zhangde Primary School (Hanyu Pinyin for Chiang Teck) was established on 10th September 1984.

51 Jalan Membina, Singapore 169485
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Zhenghua Primary School

Zhenghua Primary School was established in 1989.

9, Fajar Road, Singapore 679002
Monday - Friday: 9 am - 5 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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Zhonghua Primary School

The school's name '中华' (Zhonghua) originated from the old name for 'Chung Hwa Girls' School' founded by a Chinese clan association in 1911 to provide basic education for the children of the Chinese community. It was developed into a full school in 1951. The primary school site was at Niven Road.

In 1980, Chung Hua Girls' Primary School at Niven Road was closed. The School moved to Serangoon Avenue 4 in December 1986 and was renamed "Zhonghua Secondary School". Zhonghua Primary School, based on the P101 design, was built next to the Zhonghua Secondary School. It is a government school that started functioning on 2 January 1987 as a single session.

12 Serangoon Ave 4, Singapore 556095
Monday - Thursday: 7.30 am - 1.30 pm | Friday: 7.30 am - 1.15 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

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