Whatever your reasons, it can make sense to choose an international school in Singapore that’ll see your child from playgroup and preschool right through their primary, secondary and senior years. Perhaps you’ve got multiple children and want them all to be at school together (one drop off – hello!) or you’d like your child to have the security and confidence that comes with forming a close bond with a single teaching team. Either way, you’ll be glad to hear that it’s not just little bodies walking through the school gates of EtonHouse International School’s campuses on Broadrick Road and Thomson Lane, with primary and secondary students getting top-class education here, too.
So, which EtonHouse campus is right for you and your child?
EtonHouse International School Thomson
An IB World School offering an inquiry-based bilingual programme from playgroup to primary years, this central campus is home to a HUGE array of facilities, from playgrounds, open terraces and children’s gardens, to alfresco dining areas, a swimming pool and tennis court, and specialist studios for performing arts, light exploration, tinkering, natural materials and visual arts. We love the sound of ‘tinkering’!
Singapore may be an urban jungle but EtonHouse Thomson makes a habit of taking learning out of the classroom. Housed in an exclusive colonial building, the lush and innovative campus seamlessly blends indoor and outdoor spaces, with dedicated time for outdoor play as well as plenty of opportunity throughout the day for children to pop outside with their educators to support and facilitate their investigations, observations and research.
EtonHouse International School Broadrick
One of the oldest and most highly regarded International Baccalaureate (IB) schools in Singapore, this East Coast campus offers kindergarten, primary and secondary programmes. We’ll let the Open Day do the talking but here’s a taster of what to expect: a strong second language programme in Chinese, Hindi and Japanese, the internationally recognised IGCSE programme in the secondary years and a robust curriculum that Broadrick parents can be proud of. Think sports, robotics, visual and performing arts, as well as ICT (that Information and Communications Techonology, folks) and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and maths).
What’s more, EtonHouse International School on Broadrick Road has clinched the top prize at the prestigious Crestar Chinese competition for international schools for two consecutive years – a testament to the strong Mandarin foundation it gives their students. Ni Hao!
Here’s your exclusive invitation to head along to EtonHouse International School Open Days to find out more the rigorous inquiry-based curriculum, snoop the inspiring campuses and snap up 50% discount on registration fees when you sign up on Open Day.
EtonHouse International School Thomson will be opening its door on 18 February 2017 from 9.30am – 12pm and EtonHouse International School Broadrick on 17 and 18 February 2017 from 9.30am – 12pm. RSVP here for the Thomson campus and here for Broadrick. See you there!
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