Primary (Year 1 – 3)

 

Come August 2017, EtonHouse Sentosa will offer a unique, first-of-its-kind international school programme within its beautiful premises. Supported by the International School campus on Broadrick Road in the East Coast, the primary curriculum at the EtonHouse Sentosa campus will have the rigour and depth of our curriculum offered over the last 19 years. Students can also enjoy the option of a seamless transfer to the EtonHouse Thomson and Broadrick campus for upper primary and secondary years.

EtonHouse Sentosa International School

Some unique features of our international primary programme:

Small class sizes, rich student-teacher interactions

Your child will be a part of a close-knit community where every teacher knows every child. Unlike large primary school settings, this boutique environment with two teachers per class will give your child the dedicated and individualised support.

Unique nature education and outdoor programme

The ‘Island is my Garden’ programme will extend to the primary years and include not only regular PE and sports opportunities, but also add an extraordinary dimension to them. Experiences such as beach volleyball, adventure sports and nature trails will be a unique element of this campus.

Dual language classes with dedicated English and Chinese teachers

Our bilingual immersion programme will be offered in the primary years as a continuation from pre-school. There will be dedicated English and Chinese teachers for each class. EAL, English intensive and tailored learning support will also be offered as key features of this exclusive programme.

Specialist learning suites

The Edtech learning suite will be an integral part of the curriculum where your child will develop skills in coding, programming, multimedia authoring, animation, 3D gaming and more. The indoor gymnasium, design and technology learning suite and visual arts studio will offer your child an exciting line-up of learning experiences across the spectrum.

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This page was last edited on February 7, 2018