LIFE & FAMILY
New Classes If you have a child going to Pre-Prep or Prep, Brighton College (Singapore) will be opening new classes in January 2022 and is currently accepting applications until the end of October. This dedicated school for ages 18 months to 11 years places a huge focus on the foundation years of learning; the aim is to nurture students in a warm environment that supports their academic growth. Request a personal tour or arrange a meeting with Head Master Andrew Noakes by calling 6505 9790 , or visit brightoncollege.edu.sg to find out more.
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Tanglin Trust School has launched Tanglin ’ s Forest School Programme (FSP) for nursery-age children. First developed in Europe, this model brings learning outdoors so children can gain creative, personal and social skills, and an appreciation of the natural world. The programme will complement the after-school co-curricular forest adventure programme where children in Reception to Year 2 experience outdoor learning within the greenery of Wessex Estate. The FSP also connects effectively with the Curiosity Approach, for which the school is the first in Asia to receive accreditation. This approach encourages children to use authentic materials, appreciate the natural environment and use learning spaces as the third teacher. Tanglin Trust School ’ s FSP is run on a site within the school grounds by qualified Level 3 teachers and facilitators who ensure that all activities are safely managed and age-appropriate. Contact Tanglin Trust School at firstname.lastname@example.org . at a Forest School
With a 100 percent pass rate in this year’s IB, the Class of 2021 has achieved Stamford American I n t e r n a t i o n a l School’s strongest performance yet. Nineteen students scored 40 points or higher – considered
an outstanding achievement – with two of them scoring 44 out of the full 45 points. The school’s average IB score was 35, three points higher than a year ago, while the exam average of 5.6 was also higher than any previous years, with 29 percent of students achieving the rigorous bilingual IB diploma. Meanwhile, Stamford’s Advanced Placement results recorded an average score of 3.3, and over 70 percent of scores were a 3 or above, considered high academic standing by universities around the world. sais.edu.sg
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