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This is a list of primary schools in Singapore. Children typically start their primary education the year they turn seven. Primary education lasts six years, and is compulsory for all Singapore citizens. Primary schools in Singapore are classified as Government or Government-aided schools.
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There are currently 9 primary schools offering the Gifted Education Programme: Anglo-Chinese School, Catholic High School, Henry Park Primary School, Nan Hua Primary School, Nanyang Primary School, Rosyth School, Tao Nan School, St. Hilda's Primary School and Raffles Girls' Primary School.
Juniors Programme – 8 to 11 years old (Primary 3 to Primary 6) Seniors Programme – 12 to 16 years old (Secondary 1 to Secondary 4 or 5) Primers Programme – 17 to 19 years (Post-Secondary, Junior Colleges/Polytechnics/Institutes of Technical Education, girls are eligible to enrol in this programme) Ranks Boys
Saktiandi underwent formal education in Singapore at Henry Park Primary School, Raffles Institution and Catholic Junior College. He went on to complete a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) at the University of Melbourne and a Master of Social Science in applied economics at the National University of Singapore.
The 2015 Southeast Asian Games (Malay: Sukan Asia Tenggara 2015; Chinese: 2015年东南亚运动会; pinyin: 2015 Nián dōngnányà yùndònghuì), officially known as the 28th Southeast Asian Games and commonly known as Singapore 2015, was a Southeast Asian multi-sport event held by the city-state of Singapore from 5 to 16 June 2015, It was the fourth time the country hosted the games.
He was educated at Henry Park Primary School, Queensway Secondary School and subsequently received a diploma in Media and Communication at the Singapore Polytechnic. ShiGGa Shay is an onomatopoeic play on the Chinese words, “是个谁” from “你是个谁,” which translates to mean "who is it" or “who are you”. Career and artistry
The Gifted Education Programme ( GEP) is an academic programme in Singapore, initially designed to identify the top 0.25% (later expanded to 0.5%, then 1%) of students from each academic year with outstanding intelligence. The tests are based on verbal, mathematical and spatial abilities (as determined by two rounds of tests ).