In Singapore there are several great options to choose from for your little one. Primary schools are under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Education, ensuring the islands high standards are met. If you’re looking for a local alternative to an international school then we have the pick of the best for you.
Established in 1844 this is one of Singapore’s oldest primary schools. They use a repertoire of pedagogy that puts each pupil at the centre of learning. They promote inquiry based learning and want to develop each students talents. They have a gifted education program as well as co-curricular activites.
Raffles Girls Primary School, 53 Mount Sinai Road, Singapore 276880, +65 6468 4377, www.rafflesgirlspri.moe.edu.sg
Rulang has a long and illustrious history with providing young men and women a great start in life. Founded in 1930, this school has grown from humble shop house beginnings to an establishment of excellence. They pride themselves on their center of excellence for robotics and also niche status for aesthetics sports.
Rulang Primary School, 6 Jurong West Street 52, 649295, +65 6565 7771, www.rulangpri.moe.edu.sg
Students are taught a plethora of subjects, from math, English, sciences, the arts, languages, PE, civics and moral education. They have a strong Language Arts and Aesthetics programs that form the niche that the school is known for. They have a long list of co-curricular activities from music to dance to choir.
St. Hilda’s Primary School, 2 Tampines Ave 3, Tampines Street 82, Singapore 529706, +65 6435 0211, www.shps.moe.edu.sg
The mission of this school is to nurture students of good character rooted in Chinese culture. They have an excellent curriculum which focuses on English, Math, Sciences and the arts. Their co-curricular programs ensure students are well rounded and appreciate all aspects of Education. They also run a special arts program called Caring Through The Arts for sports and arts enthusiasts.
Ai Tong School, 4300 Ang Mo Kio Ave 5, Singapore 569869, +65 6454 7672, www.aitong.moe.edu.sg
As their motto states they grow leaders, gentleman and bilingual scholars. They provide a well rounded curriculum ensuring students are well versed in all subject matters. Their Gifted and Talented Program aims to provide their pupils with an accelerated and enriched academic program in an environment steeped in the traditions of bilingualism.
Catholic High School, 9 Bishan Street 22, 579767, +65 6458 2177, www.catholichigh.moe.edu.sg
Opening in 1854, this is one of Singapore's oldest schools. They offer an Integrated Program where girls are exposed to aesthetics, humanities, science, the arts, maths, English and Mandarin. They also offer a strong co-curricular program with sports, performing arts, clubs and societies.
CHJI St. Nicholas Girl’s School, 501 Ang Mo Kio Street 13, Singapore 569405, +65 6454 9698, www.chijstnicholasgirls.moe.edu.sg
They align themselves with the MOE syllabus and provide a well-rounded education for students. They cover, ICT, Citizenship, Math, English, PE and Science. They have a strong alumni program for ex-students to be a part of. They have a wide selection of co-curricular activities which include sports & games, performing arts, uniformed groups, and clubs & societies.
Chongfu School, 170 Yishun Ave 6, Singapore 768959, +65 6758 5527, www.chongfu.moe.edu.sg
The prime focus of Gongshang's educational philosophy and its mission to provide a safe and happy environment for their pupils to strive towards excellence. Their subjects include mother tongue, math, English, sciences, the arts, citizenship, and PE. Their co-curricular activities include, sports & games, performing arts, uniformed groups, and clubs & societies.
Gongshang Primary School, 1 Tampines Street 42, Singapore 529176, +65 6783 1191, www.gongshangpri.moe.edu.sg
Their mission is to nurture leaders through distinctive education in learning and character development. They run distinctive programs which include, applied learning program, Peri holistic assessment, learning for life program and a positive parenting program. Their co-curricular activities include, Arts & Aesthetics, Clubs, Sports, Uniformed Groups.
Henry Park Primary School, 1 Holland Grove Road, Singapore, 278790, +65 6466 3600, www.henryparkpri.moe.edu.sg
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