Many expat parents have the impression that EtonHouse offers programmes only for pre-K tykes.
But, the truth is, EtonHouse provides a comprehensive educational path for your child – from playgroup through to preschool, primary, secondary and high school levels.
What really sets EtonHouse apart from other schools, though, is its close-knit community of students, teachers and parents. Together, they work, play and learn in camaraderie. At EtonHouse, each child is respected as a distinct individual and encouraged to actively participate in school, at home and in the wider community in which they live.
Learn more about EtonHouse’s various educational options – based on the age range of your child – in the gallery below. And, let go of those preconceived notions, parents!
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The EtonHouse pre-school programme nurtures confident, intellectually curious and bilingual lifelong learners.
Some EtonHouse pre-schools follow the International Baccalaureate (IB) programme, while others follow the EtonHouse Inquire Think Learn curriculum. All pre-schools subscribe to the inquiry approach to education and offer a strong bilingual programme.
As a parent, you can choose an international pre-school campus following the August to June calendar or one that follows the Singapore calendar from January to November. The Singapore pre-schools also provide child-care services.
Selected EtonHouse campuses offer the Stay & Play – an adult-accompanied playgroup for toddlers 9 to 17 months.
EtonHouse offers the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB PYP) for students up to age 12.
Students get to interact with an English and Mandarin teacher each day, which helps them think, understand and communicate effectively in two languages.
Students currently enrolled in EtonHouse pre-schools will enjoy a seamless transition to Thomson, Sentosa, Broadrick or Orchard campuses to continue their primary education and beyond.
EtonHouse Broadrick isn’t just a stellar IB PYP World School, it was authorised as a Cambridge school.
“The Secondary 1-3 curriculum is specifically designed to link the in-depth conceptual understanding developed in the IB PYP to the intensive study-skillsbased Cambridge-approved IGCSE programme undertaken in Years 10 and 11,” explains Martin Hughes, Principal of EtonHouse International School.
Students aged 14 to 16 can sit for the Cambridge IGCSE, which is a springboard to the A-Levels, IB Diploma or other national educational programmes.
Brand-new this 2018, EtonHouse International School at Orchard now offers primary, secondary and high school – on up to Grade 12. Located in the heart of the city, this thoroughly modern campus is an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma candidate school.
Find out more about its innovative approach to education, or sign up for a school tour here!
From Issue 276 of The Finder, November 2016; updated by Sara Lyle Bow, September 2018