New / Merging / Relocating Schools in 2017

New Primary Schools in 2017

There are no new primary schools in 2017.

Primary Schools Merging in 2017

There are no primary schools merging in 2017.

Relocating Primary Schools in 2017

Schools

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Location where the schools will function in 2017

CHIJ (Kellock)

CHIJ (Kellock)

1 Bukit Teresa Road
S(099757)

School will temporarily function at holding location, 121 Queensway S(149059), [Former New Town Secondary School] from January 2017 to December 2018 due to upgrading.

Holy Innocents’ Primary School

Holy Innocents’ Primary School

5 Lorong Low Koon
S(536451)

School will temporarily function at holding location, 4300 Ang Mo Kio Ave 5 S(569869) [Former ITE College West (Ang Mo Kio)] from January 2017 to December 2018 due to upgrading.

Pei Chun Public School

 

Pei Chun Public School

16 Toa Payoh Lorong 7
S(319320)

 

School will temporarily function at holding location, 580 Toa Payoh East S(319133) [Former First Toa Payoh Secondary School] from January 2017 to December 2018 due to upgrading.

Primary Schools at Holding Sites during 2016 P1 Registration Exercise

Schools

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Location of holding sites

Damai Primary School

50 Bedok Reservoir Crescent
S(479225)

School is currently at holding location, 50 Bedok Reservoir Crescent S(479225) [Former Bedok West Primary School] due to upgrading. It will relocate back to 52 Bedok Reservoir Crescent S(479226) in December 2017.

Haig Girls’ School

860 New Upper Changi Road
S(467353)

School is currently at holding location, 860 New Upper Changi Road S(467353) [Former Bedok South Secondary School] due to upgrading. It will relocate back to 51 Koon Seng Road S(427072) in December 2016.

Marymount Convent School

430 Toa Payoh Lorong 1
S(319759)

School is currently at holding location, 430 Toa Payoh Lorong 1 S(319759) [Former First Toa Payoh Primary/Secondary School] due to upgrading. It will relocate back to 20 Marymount Road S(297754) in December 2016.

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