On the hunt for elementary or high schools in Singapore? SJI International’s buzzing and vibrant campus just got an upgrade! Among the changes to the school campus, which is set in a lush, green part of the Thomson suburbs, is the opening of the new Toa Payoh West Entrance. This entrance is just a five-minute walk from Caldecott MRT station, making the school more accessible via public transport.
Meanwhile, students and teachers across the Elementary and High Schools now have access to more well-resourced facilities for a more conducive and interactive learning environment for all, thanks to the following welcome additions.
# New Blocks at the High School
There are now two new blocks on the campus that house additional High School classrooms, expanded art rooms, the Media Suite, a multipurpose hall and a Design & Technology (D&T) room. The latter is ideally timed, as SJI International has just launched the option of taking D&T as an IGCSE subject.
# Extra High School Science Labs
Two additional science labs for High School students brings the total number of labs in the school to 15. These are a great boost to the facilities, especially as science is a compulsory subject from Grade 7 to 12 at the school.
# Creative Arts Block
The Elementary School now boasts a new Creative Arts Block housing music and art rooms, the new and improved Digital Technologies Lab, and the state-of-the-art ESTV studio. The children now have bigger spaces to express themselves and get their creative juices flowing!
See more in our Schools section
This article first appeared in the May 2021 edition of Expat Living. You can purchase the latest issue or subscribe, so you never miss a copy!
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