At EtonHouse, each individual is empowered to be an enthusiastic life-long learner and a global citizen of the future. EtonHouse graduates are internationally minded students with the confidence, competence and aptitude to become responsible members and leaders of their communities.
EtonHouse schools offer exceptional programmes from playgroup to secondary. Its international school on Broadrick Road in the East Coast is one of the oldest and most highly regarded IB schools in Singapore offering a strong and genuine second language programme in Chinese, Hindi and Japanese. The school also offers the academically rigorous internationally recognised IGCSE programme in the secondary years. The international school campus at Thomson is an IB World School offering the playgroup, pre-school and primary years set amidst an innovative environment with a unique blend of indoor and outdoor spaces.
There are 10 other EtonHouse pre-school campuses located in different parts of the island. For over 20 years, parents have trusted and valued the EtonHouse inquiry-based bilingual curriculum successfully delivered by a team of passionate and highly trained teachers.
Language Of Instruction
Q&A with Martin Hughes, Principal of EtonHouse International School
EtonHouse International School: Where Everyone Knows Your Name
EtonHouse Thomson: an IB World School with a Primary Programme
Triple the Fun at EtonHouse: Open Houses at Bukit Timah and Sentosa
EtonHouse’s Dual Language Primary and Secondary Programmes in Singapore
Coming in 2017: EtonHouse Enters the ‘Affordable International School’ Fray
EtonHouse: A Fabulous Learning Journey from Playgroup through Secondary School
The Wonder Years: Skills, Knowledge and Oodles of Fun at EtonHouse
EtonHouse International @ Orchard Road: Two Singapore Icons Together at Last
Early Years: inquiry-based, bilingual curriculum that is inspired by the Reggio approach and the IB philosophy
Primary School: IB primary years programme
Secondary School: Cambridge IGCSE
Typically, EtonHouse families come from all corners of the globe. It is common to have children from several different countries in any one class. Across all EtonHouse campuses, the student population is very diverse, with not one single nationality representing more than 25%. In the international schools, some of the nationalities are American (10%), British (9%), Indian (10%), Japanese (7%), Australian (7%).
Application & Deadline
A consultation meeting can be booked with our parent liaison team via www.etonhouse.com.sg/contact-us