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Admission/Transfer to Fuhua Primary School (From 2016 UPDATED!)

(A) A Singapore Citizen / Singapore Permanent Resident / International Student Child Currently Enrolled in a government or government-aided school.

  • Fill up Wait List Form
  • Attach a copy of latest academic results from school
  • Copy of both parents’ IC
  • Copy of child’s Birth Certificate
The Wait List application will lapse after one year. Incomplete submission of documents would not be considered. The school will only contact parents should a vacancy arises, but admission will still be subjected to other criteria as set by the school.


(B) A Singapore Citizen / Singapore Permanent Resident currently enrolled in an international school or returning from overseas.

  • Fill up Wait List Form
  • Attach a copy of latest academic results from international/overseas school
  • Copy of both parents’ IC
  • Copy of child’s Birth Certificate
(*Child to be interviewed and an admission test be administered should a vacancy arises.)

The Wait List application will lapse after one year. Incomplete submission of documents would not be considered. The school will only contact parents should a vacancy arises, but admission will still be subjected to other criteria as set by the school.


(C) International Student child currently holding a Dependent’s Pass / Immigration Exemption Pass

  • All IS are to participate in AEIS / S-AEIS for admission.
  • Alternatively, parents to consider other educational options such as private schools. A list of private schools can be found on the Council for Private Education website at  https://www.cpe.gov.sg/ 

(D) International Student child without Dependant’s Pass (DP), Immigration Exemption Order (IEO), or with neither parent who is Singapore Citizen (SC) nor Singapore Permanent Resident (SPR)

Since 2008, IS wishing to seek school admission to mainstream public primary and secondary schools, and who will be age 7 and above as of 1 January in the year of school admission, may take part in an annual AEIS during the September / October period every year. Under AEIS, IS enjoy the convenience of a centralised test on English and Mathematics, and an offer of a school place if they pass the test. An applicant who passes the test is offered a place in a suitable school, based on available vacancies and his performance in the centralised test. These successful applicants can start school at the beginning of the academic year in January.
 
From 2012, MOE will hold a Supplementary Admissions Exercise for International Students (S-AEIS) in February / March every year. This means that there will be two exercises for admissions into a particular school calendar year, for example, in September / October and February / March. This initiative will provide better facilitation and convenience to international students (IS) as well as streamline the administrative processes for our schools.