The esteemed Perse School will be opening its first international campus in Upper Bukit Timah, combining years of academic tradition with cutting edge technologies to nurture the global leaders of tomorrow
It’s looking like 2020 is going to be a big year for international schools in Singapore, and the excitement will kick off in January in a big way with the opening of The Perse School Singapore.
Catering to pupils aged 6 to 11, The Perse School Singapore will closely follow the Cambridge International Primary curriculum, with integrated Singapore Maths and Mandarin as a second language option. There will also be great emphasis on cutting edge technology and STEAM topics: a flagship programme will provide 1-to-1 Apple devices for all students, along with LEGO Robotics and coding classes.
High-tech facilities like touchscreen TVs and integrated Apple TVs will also be present in every classroom. And there will also be modern touches like an indoor quiet area, an indoor activity area and a Thinkpad.”
The Perse School isn’t all just flash and high-tech, though! It was founded in Cambridge, UK in 1615 to prepare students for entry to the University of Cambridge. The Perse School focuses on four core values: Intellectual Curiosity, Endeavour, Breadth & Balance, and Respect for One Another & the Environment. The school in the UK has an outstanding academic reputation; in 2018 and 2019 it was the top performing co-educational school in the UK on the GCSE!
Combining cutting-edge technology with a proven academic track record? Yes, please! What’s more, The Perse School Singapore will be an affordable international school option, with school fees priced at $25,000 per year. Families will truly get value for money, with a wide range of ECAs including multi-sports like swimming and table tennis; debating; public speaking; art club; coding; LEGO league, and much more!
The Perse School Singapore will also place a strong emphasis on pastoral care, with a dedicated counselling room to ensure each child feels happy, secure and safe in their learning journey.
It’s all part of encouraging children to maximise their potential and nurture the future global leaders of tomorrow!
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