The very first primary school on Sentosa Island, EtonHouse’s Sentosa campus is set in lush greenery and promises a wide range of exclusive features for students from playgroup to primary years.
Classes are dual-language with a dedicated specialist English and Chinese teacher for each batch. Assigning two teachers to each class gives children individualised support at all times, and ensures they receive the same level of care and attention provided in EtonHouse’s early years programmes.
What’s more, the small class size helps children be part of a close-knit community.
In addition, students have access to cutting-edge facilities like an EdTech suite, design and technology learning suite and visual arts studio.
Students at this boutique school enjoy an indoor gym and unique outdoor education programme, which includes regular physical education, sporting activities like beach volleyball and adventure sports and a nature-education element. All of which falls under its “Island is my Garden” programme, which enriches your child’s educational journey with all that Sentosa Island has to offer.
EtonHouse also offers a continuation programme so your child can move effortlessly from one learning phase to another within the EtonHouse community. The programme covers your child across its 13 preschools, three primary school campuses and one secondary school campus.
Places in this boutique primary years programme are limited, as there is only one class per year level.
To get a glimpse of the new Sentosa campus and to understand how EtonHouse can suit your child’s individual learning needs, sign up for its Sentosa Open House on campus on October 21 from 9:30 a.m. to noon. Or visit the upcoming Open House sessions at Claymore (October 21), Thomson (November 4), and Broadrick and Mountbatten 718 (November 18).
P.S. RSVP online to receive 50 percent off of the registration fee!
From The Finder (Issue 286), September 2017
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