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Raising Diversity-Aware Children

We live in a world full of diversity. Diversity encompasses one’s region of birth, nationality, race, religious affiliation, age, gender, ethnic heritage, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status. Learning more about people and cultures, different from our own, are ways that we celebrate and appreciate diversity. If we’re not aware, a discriminating attitude towards others or … Continued

Strategies to support children’s wellbeing in school

Schools are a safe sanctuary for students, where children learn, live, flourish and forge strong bonds with peers and adults. Experiences in school lay the foundation of a child’s personality. Educators have an important responsibility, that of ensuring a child’s emotional wellbeing while building on their resilience to cope with challenges in school and life … Continued

Mandarin Immersion

Mandarin Immersion Programme Developing Mandarin as a life-skill and essential communication tool Research has shown that the early years is a critical phase for children to develop language skills, and our immersive Mandarin programme has been proven to cultivate in young children a genuine lifelong love for learning the Mandarin language. In our unique Mandarin Immersion … Continued

The International Baccalaureate: Is It Right For Your Child?

The international baccalaureate diploma(IB DP) is considered the gold standard in education sought after by universities worldwide.  Graduates of the IB DP are accepted at the best universities and colleges worldwide. Research has shown that students who graduate with the IB Diploma have a 57% higher chance of attending one of the top 20 UK … Continued

How STEAM education prepares our children for the future

There has been a growing emphasis on STEAM education in schools around the world. An educational approach with a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics, STEAM aims to develop problem-solving and creative thinking skills. Through the process, students become incredibly engaged, motivated and inspired to innovate. What does this mean for our children, … Continued

Meet And Greet – Hear From Our Educator, Vivien Ang

“I believe in providing young children with a variety of experiences to discover their own identities and ways to express themselves.” Vivien is a teacher at EtonHouse Robertson Walk and graduated with a Diploma with Merit in Early Childhood Teaching. She believes the wonder of a child is truly a superpower that allows them to … Continued

School Hours

School Hours Operation Hours: Curriculum Hours (Covid Staggered Hours): 8:00am – 5:00pm Full Day: 8:35am – 3:15pm (PN to Y1)   Full Day: 8:45am to 3:25pm (Y2 to Y6)   Half Day: 8:35am – 1:00pm (PN to N2)       ECAs: Monday to Thursday   3:30pm – 4:30pm       Curriculum Hours (Pre-Covid): … Continued

School Hours

School Hours Operation Hours: Curriculum Hours: 8:00am – 5:00pm Full Day : 8:30am – 3:00pm (PN to Primary)   Half Day : 8:30am – 12:30pm (PN to N2)   ECAs: 3:15pm – 4:00pm  

School Hours

School Hours Operation Hours: Curriculum Hours: 8:00am – 5:00pm Full Day : 8:15am – 3:30pm Open during weekdays and school holidays Half Day : 8:15am – 12:30pm (Nursery 2)  Closed on public holidays Students not taking school bus:    Arrival between 8:15am – 8:40am       ECAs: Monday to Wednesday   3:45pm – 4:30pm

The Reggio Emilia approach and why it benefits your child

Reggio Emilia is a town in Northern Italy and this world-renowned pedagogy was born after World War II founded by pedagogist Loris Malaguzzi. Supported by the entire community in Reggio Emilia, this approach is based on constructivist principles and stems from respect, responsibility, and community where learning happens through exploration, discovery, and play. Inspired by … Continued