For children with special educational needs
Tips to prepare for primary school
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Find out which phase you can register your child under.
If the child’s sibling is currently studying in your preferred school.
If you or your child’s sibiling is a former student or meet other criteria, or your child is in an affiliated kindergarten.
If you’re a volunteer at your preferred school, or have been endorsed by an affiliated church or clan.
For citizens or PRs who have not secured a place in a primary school.
For citizens or PRs who have not secured a place in a primary school after Phase 2C.
After all citizens and PRs have been allocated a place. You must indicate your interest before the phase begins.
If a primary school has more registrants than vacancies, a computerised balloting will be conducted.
Find out who gets priority if your child needs to ballot for a place in your preferred school.
The closer you stay to your preferred school, the higher your chances.
Learn about the address you can use, and the requirements to meet.
If you’ve applied to a special education school, you do not need to participate in the P1 registration exercise.
Children with mild special educational needs such as dyslexia and hearing loss can attend mainstream schools.
For children with moderate-to-severe special educational needs, or have higher support needs.
If you do not know if your child can cope in a mainstream school.
Help your child settle into the new routine with ease.
Tell your child what to expect, and support them during this transition.
Prepare your child for a smoother and more confident start.
Teachers share the top 6 concerns parents have, and explain why you do not have to worry too much.
Your child’s recess money is a great way for them to start learning about good money habits.
It’s not too early to teach your child about spending, saving and sharing.
Play ideas that help your child work out how to get along with others.
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