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Bukit Timah International School Campus

Here at The Perse School Singapore, we value both our UK heritage and our Singapore home.  With children belonging to more than 30 different nationalities, we celebrate diversity, nurture a sense of belonging and create a strong sense of identity. To support this, our pastoral approach is centred around creating an environment where each child is known and listened to. Our nurturing approach is built on our belief that positive relationships are central to both learning and wellbeing. This is made achievable with both our small class sizes and small school campus.

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Facilities & Learning Environment

Our child-centred classrooms are designed for comfort and optimised for collaboration. Our pupils often share their learning and receive feedback by using their individual iPads to present and cast work to the board. Each classroom features high-tech touchscreens with Apple TV. Each class is capped at a ratio of 1 teacher to 24 pupils. We also employ teaching assistants to support our teachers in the classroom and to help to differentiate learning.

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Curriculum Offered

The Perse School Singapore is a British School following the Cambridge Primary Programme for Years 1 to 6, and the Cambridge Lower Secondary Programme for Years 7 to 9, with Year 7 starting in August 2022.

The school offers Key Stage 1 (age 5 to 7 years old), Key Stage 2 (Age 7 to 10 years old) and Key Stage 3 (10 to 14 years old) beginning from August 2022 with Year 7.

Beyond the Classroom

The Perse School Singapore is an all-inclusive school where children can thrive academically, socially and personally. Whilst academics is a very important part of our day, so is wellbeing. We are committed to helping children develop as confident, smiling, interesting and interested individuals.

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Campus Information

Thank you for your interest in The Perse School Singapore. We are a British school with an academic year that runs from Aug – July, however, we accept children throughout the year subject to the interview process. Children must have turned 5 by 1st September of that year in order to join Year 1.

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Parents Testimonial

What Our Parents Say
School life in a multicultural community with dedicated teachers
The Perse School Singapore- British International School
Simon & Alexandra Young,
Parents of Elena & Jessie
(Year 2 & Year 5)
“We joined The Perse School Singapore in June 2020 and have 2 children there. When our children first started the teachers dedicated time with the children and assigned each of them a buddy to help them settle in. We love The Perse School Singapore because it builds on the heritage and history of The Perse School in Cambridge, UK yet it is a small nurturing school offering small class sizes.

We always have direct access to our children’s form tutors which is fantastic – if there are any concerns/issues or good news to share, it can be done almost instantaneously! We couldn’t be happier that we found The Perse School Singapore for our children.”
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Paul & Emma Vorley,
Parents of Max
(Year 3)

“We could not be happier with our choice to send our son, Max, to The Perse School Singapore. As we have moved from the U.K., we wanted the continuity of staying within the U.K. curriculum.

The Perse School Singapore provides this and more, with the added benefit of daily Chinese and the combination of Singapore Maths incorporated with Cambridge Maths. The excellent academic standards and the dedication of the staff at The Perse School Singapore are clear to see.

However, it is the warmth and the community feel to the school which really sets it apart. All the staff know my son by name and the nurturing environment provides an excellent platform for learning and development. My son is so happy at school and is thriving both academically and socially. We feel very lucky to have found The Perse School Singapore.”

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