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In an effort to keep popular schools from becoming "closed circles" for select groups, the Government has set aside 40 places for those with no prior connection to the school.

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Belief that 'maths is for boys' = Top marks for all

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Pri 1 balloting at earlier phase for four schools

It's the first time since 1995, with new rule putting the squeeze on Phase 2A2.

Pupil injured by 'flying shoe'

 Municipal Council worker, father of M. Shar­mini, eight, is demanding an ex­­planation over an incident which left a gash on her chin that required three stitches. -The Star/ANN

Primary schools could hold ballot at earlier stage

Squeeze for places amid new rule to save spots for kids with no ties to school.

Parents' primary quest at Mee Toh

More than 80 parents line up for 50 volunteer slots at popular school.