Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School (PHPPS) Alumni Association
Our Alumni Association was formed in July 2016 and our first Annual General Meeting (AGM) was conducted on 18 May 2017.
Strong alumni is an asset to school as former students help to nurture the school spirit, foster a sense of pride for the school and preserve school traditions. The purpose of PHPPS Alumni Association is to allow alumni members to strengthen their bond with the School, promote loyalty and love for the School, fostering a sense of belonging and comradeship amongst former students and staff. These intangible but fundamental aspects of our school contribute to the formation and development of Pei Hwa’s identity. All old boys and girls are encouraged to come on-board and join us in making our network a vibrant community to support in achieving the school’s vision.
We would like to encourage all our fellow alumni to participate our alumni activities and support the School to achieve its education objectives and outcomes. Stay connected through our PHPPS Alumni Facebook which you could learn about the upcoming events and keep in touch with your classmates.
PHPPS Alumni Facebook
Application for Alumni Membership
If you want to join the PHPPS Alumni Association, please print out the membership application form and send the completed form to the contact address stated within. Only former students from Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School (PHPPS) are eligible for membership.
for Application Form
Note for Your Child’s Primary 1 Registration:
MOE regulations state that if you wish to qualify for Phase 2A1 of the Primary 1 Registration, you must be an Alumni member of the School before 30th June of the preceding year. Please note that the membership approval process will take at least 3 months to process. If you intend to use your PHPPS Alumni membership for priority in Primary One Registration with Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School, you must be approved as a PHPPS Alumni member no later than 30 June of the year preceding your child's Primary One Registration. As such, please ensure that your application reaches us not later than 31st March of the year preceding your child's Primary One Registration so as to allow time for your membership to be approved. Please note that approval of a membership application is subjected to the discretion of the PHPPS Alumni Association Committee.
Year of P1 Registration: 2021 ·
Child goes to Primary 1 in Year 2022 ·
Application Submission before 31st March 2020 ·
Be an Alumni Member before 30th June 2020.
Please note that late submission will not be considered for this eligibility phase. Successful application as a member of PHPPS Alumni provides you with priority to register your child under Phase 2A1 of the Primary 1 Registration but does not guarantee your child a place should balloting take place when the number of applications exceeds the number of vacancies.
Contact PHPPS Alumni
Request for P1 Registration Eligibility Letter for Alumni
(For Year 2021 P1 Enrolment )
you are a Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School (PHPPS) Alumni member before 30th
June 2019 and your child was born in 2014; please complete the attached form to
request for “P1 registration Eligibility Letter” and email it to the school at email@example.com by 31 March
Request for P1 Registration Eligibility Letter V20190722.pdf
Kindly give us 3
months to process the eligibility letter.
An email notification will be sent to you to collect the 2A1 eligibility
letter at Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School General Office
during office hours.
letter of eligibility is not equivalent to P1 registration. You are to submit the registration form,
Letter of Eligibility, Alumni Membership Confirmation Letter, PSLE Certificate
and required documents at the school at the time of registration. Please
refer to https://www.moe.gov.sg/admissions/primary-one-registration/phases for more information.
Please note that successful application as a member of PHPPS
Alumni provided you with priority to register your child under Phase 2A1 of the
Primary 1 Registration but does not guarantee your child a place should
balloting take place when the number of applications exceeds the number of