What Makes EtonHouse Broadrick Special?
EtonHouse Broadrick, our very first campus, laid the foundation to the EtonHouse story. Over the years, the international school has welcomed generations of students from Pre-School to Primary School, many of whom are in university today. What makes this campus situated in a peaceful, green residential area special is its warm community feel and the outstanding Bilingual Immersion Programme.
From the very beginning, EtonHouse’s mission has been to develop confident and capable global citizens. In line with our belief that education should be holistic, we are an accredited International Baccalaureate (IB) World School for the Primary Years Programme (PYP), a transdisciplinary curriculum that is designed to develop inquiring individuals who will go on to make the world a better place.
With a strong foundation, our graduates can move to the EtonHouse Orchard campus to continue their Secondary and High School years — the two schools work closely together to facilitate a smooth transition.
A Well-Established Bilingual Immersion Programme
We were the first international Primary school in Singapore to offer a dual-language programme in English and Mandarin, and one of the few schools to offer extensive second language programmes in Hindi and Japanese. Today, EtonHouse Broadrick continues that tradition of producing bilingual students, offering Mandarin, Japanese, Hindi, as well as English as an Additional Language (EAL). Families can choose from either the Mainstream or Bilingual Immersion Programme where students get intensive Mandarin exposure in Year 1 to build a strong Mandarin foundation followed by a 50:50 bilingual immersion from Year 2 to 6.
We handpick teachers who possess the qualifications, experience, and most importantly, the right attitude. By that, we mean deep respect for children and a passion for supporting their development.
Extensive Range of Facilities
Our campus is richly resourced with facilities to support a diverse range of experiences and interests. These include specialist studios for music, visual art and ICT, an artificial turf court for games and sports, a library, and a multi-purpose hall for school performances. There is now an Early Years Centre where our youngest learners get to play and learn in a dedicated space that's specially created for them.
Inclusive Family-Oriented School
The EtonHouse Broadrick family is made up of more than just our students, even though we are proud of the long-lasting relationships we form with them. Our strong bonds extend to our Parent School Association as well whom you can reach out to if you need any advice on selecting the right school for your child. Simply send your questions to email@example.com, and one of them will be in touch with you.
Close-knit global community
With over 30 different nationalities among our students, EtonHouse Broadrick is a beautiful introduction to the world’s diversity. Children get to participate in all types of cultural festivals, customs and celebrations throughout the year.
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