Home > Admissions > Secondary 1 Registration 2023

Secondary 1 Registration 2023

The Secondary 1 Registration for 2023 at St. Patrick’s School will be conducted online. An Information Booklet and an Online Registration Form will be sent via Parents Gateway (PG) by 5pm on the day of the release of posting results. The Information Booklet will include details on the purchase of uniforms and books. We seek your cooperation to read through the Information Booklet thoroughly and refrain from coming down to the school without a prior appointment. More information on the booking of appointment slots can also be found in the Information Booklet.

 
If you do not have a PG account, please download the Parents Gateway App on the Apple App Store or the GooglePlay Store and sign up for an account with your SingPass before posting results are released. The school will also be using PG as a primary mode of communication for future announcements. Please refer to the guide below for setting up your PG account if you have not done so.


Step by Step Guide to Setting Up ParentsGateway (PG)


For parents/guardians who are unable to sign up for a PG account or have difficulty accessing your account, please fill in this form. The Information Booklet and Online Registration Form will be e-mailed to you instead.
 
Please refer to the table below for the timeline for Registration.

Picture 1.jpg


If you require any assistance on the registration process or setting up of PG, please contact the General Office at 63440929. You may also choose to email the School Administrative Team at stpatricksch@moe.edu.sg.

Purchase of uniform and school books

There are no sales of uniforms and school books on 21 December 2022 for Secondary One students. The information booklet will provide more details on the sales of school uniforms and books.

Sec 1 Orientation Programme

The 5-day Orientation Programme from 3 to 9 January 2023, aims to help our new Patricians familiarise themselves to the school environment and to help them develop skills to begin managing this transition. Through activities such as a Heritage Tour, Mass Dance and Inter-Class Competitions, we hope our Patricians will develop a sense of belonging to the school.


The students will be assigned to Orientation Groups for the programme and this can be viewed on PG when you receive the Information Booklet. A detailed schedule of the orientation can also be found in this booklet.

Appeals for Transfer into St. Patrick’s School

For those who wish to appeal for transfer into St. Patrick’s School, please submit this form by 23th December 2022, 5 pm. (This form will be made available on Posting Results Day)


Schools will only be allowed to admit a student on discretionary basis if he has met the COP of the school for that year's S1 Posting. This is to ensure that discretionary admissions are aligned with S1 Posting, where posting is based on academic merit as demonstrated through the PSLE. Students seeking admission solely on the basis of other talents and achievements should only be admitted through DSA-Sec.

 
Students successfully allocated to their DSA schools will not allowed to transfer to another school. They are expected to honour their commitment to the allocated DSA school for the entire duration of the programme.


If the applicant is from an affiliated primary school, he will need to meet the affiliate COP if they had indicated the affiliated secondary school as his first choice during the School Choice Submission period. Otherwise, the applicant will need to meet the non-affiliate COP. 


Please refer to the following for the COP for Affiliated and Non-Affiliated students.


*Indicative PSLE Score ranges of 2022 PSLE students posted to 2023 Sec 1


Stream

Affiliated

Non-Affiliated

Express

20

-

Normal Academic

25

23

Normal Technical

29

26