An overview

Our research-based and internationally accredited programmes prepare your child to take on the 22nd century confidently


Note: Our bespoke Primary Scope and Sequence is aligned primarily to the Cambridge Primary Curriculum and enhanced by including aspects from other globally recognised curricula to ensure an academically rigorous curriculum.
At EtonHouse, we provide a complete educational pathway from infant care, pre-school, primary to secondary and high school. Your child can join us from 9 months and graduate at 18 years old with International A-Levels!

Infant Care

Curriculum: At EtonHouse, we incorporate our Inquire.Think.Learn curriculum as part of our Infant Care programme, renowned for encouraging children to explore their environment, think critically, and engage in meaningful inquiries from a young age. EtonHouse Garden School by the Bay is the first and only campus that offers Infant Care.


  • Experience a boutique infant care journey, where each child receives personalised attention and nurturing care.
  • Rich teacher-child ratio of 1:2 ensures ample support and meaningful interaction with our dedicated educators.
  • Rest assured knowing your child is in a secure and loving environment, where their well-being is our top priority.
  • Our comprehensive curriculum is designed to foster cognitive, social, emotional, and physical growth through holistic interactions tailored to each infant’s developmental needs.


Curriculum: EtonHouse Inquire.Think.Learn Curriculum that is inquiry-based and inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach. Our Pre-Schools at Broadrick, Newton and Nature Pre-School are accredited IB World Schools that offer the IB Primary Years Programme. 


  • Choice of bilingual or EtonHouse ZhongHua Full Mandarin Immersion Programme 
  • Outstanding learning environments – beautifully designed classrooms, ateliers and outdoor spaces with specialist teachers to facilitate holistic learning 
  • Dedicated and qualified teachers
  • Rich teacher-child ratio with personalised care and guidance to help children grow and flourish in their own right
  • Close-knit family-like global community

International Pre-School campuses: Claymore

Singapore Pre-School campuses: Garden School by the Bay, Islander, Mountbatten 223, Nature Pre-School, Newton, Robertson Walk, Vanda, Upper Bukit Timah, Zhong Hua at Bukit Timah (Chinese Pre-School)

International Pre-School campus: Claymore

International Schools with Early Years: Broadrick and Sentosa

EtonHouse Pre-Schools at Broadrick, Nature Pre-School and Newton offer the IB programme

EtonHouse ZhongHua Mandarin Immersion Programme is offered at Zhong Hua, Upper Bukit Timah, Vanda, Robertson Walk and Newton

The foundation for your child’s future is laid from the early years at EtonHouse Pre-Schools when his or her curiosity and sense of wonder are boundless. Our Inquire.Think.Learn framework is inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach — it is designed to use inquiry to set up rich learning experiences that support your child’s social, emotional, physical, and intellectual development. 

Read more about our pre-school curriculum.

Primary School

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Curriculum: Bespoke Primary Scope and Sequence aligned primarily to the Cambridge Primary Curriculum and enhanced by including aspects from other globally recognised curricula. Our IB-accredited World schools also offer the IB Primary Years Programme — a globally recognised framework that is student-centred, inquiry-based, transdisciplinary and builds conceptual understanding.



  • A holistic education that allows students to grow intellectually, emotionally, socially and physically
  • A boutique learning environment with personalised academic and pastoral support
  • Choice of Bilingual Immersion or Mainstream programme with additional languages (Mandarin, Japanese or Hindi)
  • English as an Additional Language (EAL) Programme for non-native speakers
  • Diverse specialist and extra-curricular programmes

Campuses: EtonHouse Orchard, Broadrick, and Sentosa. Broadrick and Orchard are IB World Schools that offer the IB Primary Years Programme.

We believe academic success is just as important as character development. At our schools, we use inquiry-based learning to challenge students to think critically, creatively, and independently so that they are engaged and driven in school, and continue to be motivated to succeed in their adulthood. More than that, we emphasise personal growth, with a focus on international-mindedness.

Read more about our primary curriculum.

Secondary School


Curriculum: Three-year Middle School curriculum that is aligned to the UK curriculum, and lays a strong foundation for the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) in Upper School.


  • Small class sizes, ensuring every student receives individualised attention
  • Personalised Pathway Plan@14 to help students maximise academic potential while supporting personal development
  • Wide range of subjects, co-curricular opportunities, and essential lifeskills programme to support holistic development 
  • EAL Programme to support non-English speakers 
  • Close-knit supportive community

Campus: EtonHouse Orchard

Building upon the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB PYP) approach, we incorporate inquiry-based learning into our Middle School curriculum design. We put our students on the path to success in IGCSE and beyond through academically rigorous curricula linked to recognised international frameworks, whilst maintaining a strong focus on key skills required to take on the 22nd Century, embedding critical thinking, collaboration and communication within the approach to both curriculum design and teaching and learning strategies. As students progress through secondary school, not only do they gain the confidence to take on the IGCSE but learn to become confident and capable global citizens. 

The IGCSEs are externally set, marked, and certificated examinations, offered to international school students globally by Cambridge International Examinations and Pearson Edexcel. Equivalent to the British GCSEs, the standardised academic examinations taken in the United Kingdom, the IGCSE results are widely recognised by leading universities and employers globally. The IGCSE is also an excellent bridging programme for International A level students; many of the concepts and topics covered in the IGCSE subjects get further built on in the International A Level courses.  

Read more about our secondary curriculum.

High School


Curriculum: International A-Levels


  • Small class sizes, ensuring every student receives individualised attention
  • Personalised Pathway Plan@16 to identify the most appropriate 3 or 4 A-Level courses to maximise academic potential whilst also supporting personal development
  • Bespoke EtonCore progamme that consists of electives that students can take to  develop their interests and nurture student agency and a growth mindset
  • Personalised college counselling and career guidance

Campus: EtonHouse Orchard

The High School (Sixth Form) Programme in Years 12 to 13 for students aged 16 to 18 comprises the internationally recognised International A-Levels, alongside the bespoke EtonCore, lifeskills course, university & career guidance programme that ensures our students leave us equipped to access leading universities as confident and capable global citizens.

Offered by Cambridge International Examinations and Pearson Edexcel to international schools globally and equivalent to the British A-Levels, the standardised academic examinations taken in the United Kingdom, the International A-Levels is highly respected by universities and employers alike and provide a direct path to university. 

The distinct structure of the International A-Levels, such as choosing just 3 or 4 subjects to specialise in or spreading out of examinations across both years, are key advantages that help students to achieve the best outcomes/grades possible to gain entry into their choice universities. 

At EtonHouse High School, we treat our students like the confident young adults they are. Student agency drives the programme — we give them the room they need to chart their own path while ensuring our educators are always there to guide and support them. 

Read more about our high school curriculum.

For the list of university placements, please click here.

For the list of EIS CPE permitted courses, please click here.

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