SJI International Elementary School is holding an on-campus Coffee Morning on Saturday, May 8, 2021. SJI International has reached full capacity for the coffee morning but is still accepting registrations for the waitlist. Alternatively, you can book a tour by contacting the Admissions Team today.
Where Learning Happens And Imagination Grows
Learning at SJI International involves inspiring experiences inside and outside the classroom, providing students with multiple self-discovery, exploration, and experimentation opportunities.
The Elementary School Curriculum
The Elementary School offers a holistic, value-based international education through the International Primary Curriculum, the MOE Singapore Mathematics curriculum, including the Language Arts program, which combines the English National Curriculum and the American system. Chinese is a compulsory subject, while Spanish is offered in Grades 5 and 6. Music concerts, drama productions and art exhibitions are part of the regular school curriculum with the initiation of the new Creative Arts Building which significantly enhances creativity. With a strong emphasis on sports, the school encourages teams to excel and compete at Singapore’s ACSIS leagues in the region.
Where Service Counts And Values Matter
Beyond academics, children are encouraged to discover their passions through multiple services and outdoor learning opportunities. Building children of character is a top priority, supported by the school’s religious and moral education programs. Based on their character education program, the Elementary School launched The Virtues Project that inspires practice and cultivates character virtues in everyday life.
Where Community Thrives And Lifelong Connections Develop
As a school with a Lasallian Catholic foundation, SJI International celebrates its diversity and welcomes families of all faiths and cultural backgrounds. It has a student body of 2,000 consisting of around 40 different nationalities. The school is co-educational from Prep 1 to Grade 12, serving children ages 4 to 18.