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Which school has a new Early Learning Village?

Looking for a state-of-the-art international school with world-class learning opportunities for little ones? We find out what parents and children can expect at Stamford American International School’s new Early Learning Village – for ages 18 months to six years.

Stamford American International School Early Learning Village international school
There’s so much to learn and explore!

#1 A world first

Architecturally designed with only young learners in mind, the new Early Learning Village has purpose-built facilities and classrooms with adjoining outdoor spaces tailored to the specific learning needs of different age groups. Plus, there’s six outdoor discovery play spaces shaded to block 75 percent of UV for sun-safe play. Little swimmers can practice their strokes and water skills in the 22m swimming pool with varying step heights catering to different proficiency levels and abilities. And what kid wouldn’t love to show off their handstands and acrobatic moves in the air-conditioned gym, The Hive?

#2 Flexible school day

Flexible weekly and daily options offer parents the opportunity to design the school week to suit a family’s individual needs. Choose from a three-, four- or five-day option for children attending Pre-Nursery to Kindergarten 1 classes, while students in Kindergarten 2 are required to attend all five days in readiness for the more challenging elementary curriculum.

#3 Keen to develop a musician, linguist or athlete?

Stamford American offers an outstanding early years specialist curriculum to develop both the body and brain. Aiming to cultivate language proficiency, daily classes in Mandarin or Spanish are offered from 18 months, while the Bilingual Mandarin/English Program commences from three years. The world-renowned Suzuki Violin Program also starts from three years with the option to progress to cello at age five. To keep children active and reap the benefits of enhanced learning through movement, students participate in the acclaimed Smart Steps and Perceptual Motor Program from 18 months under the guidance of trained specialists.

#4 Get in early for something special

The Early Learning Village is a remarkable new preschool option, and the word is out. Do yourself a favour and book a front seat for your little one while there’s still space.

Sign up for the fun Kids Club

At Stamford Village, parents have the option to extend the school day and enrol children in the Breakfast Club before school, and/or the Tea Time Club after school. The Breakfast Club runs from 7.15am, and children will enjoy breakfast and fun activities with their friends before the regular school day starts. Tea Time Club begins at 3.30pm (directly after the school day) with a healthy snack, and activities, with pick-up available until 6pm. Finally, an international school that offers school day flexibility!

Open from August 2017

 

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Stamford American International School
3 Chuan Lane
6653 7907 | sais.edu.sg

 

This is an article that first appeared in the May 2017 edition of Expat Living. You can purchase a copy for the full article, or Subscribe now so you never miss an issue!

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