The Perse School Singapore atmosphere is one in which the pupils and their learning and wellbeing is highly valued. Making a school ‘welcoming’ is much more than a list of things we can do. Creating a welcoming atmosphere is more an attitude than anything else — an attitude that starts right at the top. The Perse School have created a shared vision and goals to accomplish that vision, they have worked consciously to brighten their school — physically and emotionally.
Their vision is to love learning and strive for the greater good. This permeates every part of the school culture. In fact, they are always “looking for learning” – pupil achievement and development are growth and learning centred. They concentrate on not just academic achievement, but growing the whole child and a holistic education that is based on a pupil’s greatest potential.
Language Of Instruction
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British National Curriculum, Cambridge Primary Curriculum
Application & Deadline
Potential pupils have to sit for the Perse Placement Assessment so that the school can evaluate how best to support their learning. They will also have a chat with the Principal or Deputy Principal as part of the process.