What sets Claymore apart?
Located in the heart of Singapore, EtonHouse International Pre-School Claymore is located alongside Orchard Road and within close proximity to the American Club, Tanglin Club and Pine Club. Claymore is a popular residential area for the international community in Singapore.
Rich Teacher to Child Ratio
The teacher-child ratio depends on the year level. We have a rich ratio so as to cater to the individual strengths and interests of children in our care. We value the importance of small group experiences and children have daily opportunities to engage in small group inquiries building confidence and skill in communication, creativity and life long learning.
We pride ourselves on being an inclusive family-oriented school with a strong bond with our Parent Community. This is reflected in the close relationships we have with the parents of our students. Our partnership with our Parent School Representatives allows us to develop various experiences from cultural events, parenting & curriculum workshops, sundowners, open lessons and community gatherings. Parents are always welcome at our school! Our international community allows us to appreciate and actively learn about different cultures, developing students who are truly globally minded.
At EtonHouse Claymore we deliver a dedicated and holistic Bilingual Programme conducted in a dual language environment where children engage in meaningful Mandarin experiences throughout the day. EtonHouse has been offering a highly successful bilingual programme for the past 20 years. We believe in developing in children a genuine love for the Chinese language and culture from an early age.
We have a team of passionate and highly qualified international educators. They make meaningful connections with children to extend their current thinking and understandings, and ensure that children receive the best experiences. EtonHouse teachers plan intentionally and participate in constant professional and reflective dialogue. At EtonHouse Claymore we are active researchers of best practices in early years education and engage in year long action research projects to further extend our knowledge and understanding of inquiry based learning.