Required Documents for Primary One Registration Exercise
The originals of each required document must be produced at the school of choice at the time of registration. Parents who registered online through the Primary One Internet System (P1-IS) will have to produce the originals of each required document to the school when requested or upon reporting to the school.
|Singapore Permanent Residents||
|Non-Singapore Citizens / Non-Singapore Permanent Residents||
Other Required Documents
Parents are to produce other required documents where applicable.
- Letter of Authorization
- Statutory Declaration
- Proof of Purchase of Yet-to-be-Completed Property
- Proof of Overseas Posting
- Documents to show eligibility for
- Immunisation Certificates
Letter of Authorization
Parents may issue a letter of authorization to their relatives or friends to register their children. You may download the letter of authorization (73kb .pdf).Back to Top
Statutory declarations (SD) is required for parents who wish to register their child using the address of the child’s grandparent or the parent’s sibling in a school within 2 kilometres from that address. For the purpose of registration, the child’s grandparent or the parent’s sibling and one of the child’s parents are required to make a statutory declaration in person at the MOE Customer Service Centre. The SD can be made from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm, Mondays to Fridays and from 9.00 am to 12 noon on Saturdays, from Thursday 4 July 2013 to Thursday 1 August 2013. Please refer to Statutory Declaration for more information on the eligibility criteria and the documents to produce.Back to Top
Proof of Purchase of Yet-to-be Completed Property
An original Sales and Purchase document is required if the address of a yet-to-be completed private property is used for registration. The date of commitment by the developer in the Temporary Occupation Permit (T.O.P.) has to be within two years of the child’s entry into Primary One. In the case of a yet-to-be completed HDB flat, the Agreement for Lease is required.
Parents must move into the new property within two years of the child’s entry into Primary One.Back to Top
Proof of Overseas Posting
Overseas Singaporeans who wish to register their children for Primary One are to produce written evidence of overseas posting. More information on the registration procedures for Overseas Singaporean can be found on the Overseas Singaporeans page.Back to Top
Documents to Show Eligibility for Phase 2A(1)
Relevant documents certifying the status (e.g. member of the School Advisory/Management Committee, or former student of the primary school and member of the school’s alumni association) of the parent must be provided.Back to Top
Documents to Show Eligibility for Phase 2A(2)
Relevant documents certifying the status (e.g. staff or former student of the primary school) of the parent or the sibling and also the birth certificate of the sibling must be provided.Back to Top
Documents to Show Eligibility for Phase 2B
A letter from the organisation to certify that the parent is a member endorsed by the organisation directly connected to the school must be provided.Back to Top
All parents should produce the immunisation certificates (BCG, diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, poliomyelitis, measles, mumps, rubella and Hepatitis B) of their children at the time of registration. Documentary evidence of immunisation can be downloaded from the National Immunisation Registry website.
With reference to Singapore’s National Childhood Immunisation Schedule, all children (Singapore Citizens and Non-Singapore Citizens) should have completed the recommended immunisations before entry into Primary One.Back to Top