Quick summary of key school information
|Language of instruction||Chinese and English|
|Native Chinese and English teachers|
|Extra languages (other than Chinese and English)|
This school is not available for a 12 year old child.
Address: 215 Upper Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 588184
Address: 681 Bukit Timah Road #01-03, Singapore 269782
Address: 1 Vanda Road Singapore 287771
Address: 15 Claymore Road, Singapore 229542
Address: 39 Newton Road Singapore 307966
Address: Robertson Walk, 11 Unity Street, #02-20, Singapore 237995
Address: 223 Mountbatten Road , #01-18, Singapore 398008
Address: 717 Mountbatten Road, Singapore 437737
Address: 718 Mountbatten Road, Singapore-437738
Address: 33 Allanbrooke Road, Sentosa, Singapore 099981
Address: 8 Thomson Lane, Singapore 297743
Important notes about this school
All the details about this school in their own words
|Number of students||
More than 700 across 10 pre-schools
|Number of nationalities represented in the school||
|Ratio of local students to international students||
Typically, EtonHouse children come from all corners of the globe. It is not uncommon to have children from several different countries in any one class.
|Max. number of students per class||
Depends on year level.
|Average number of students per class||
The number of students in each classroom depends on the age cohort of the class. At EtonHouse, we have a very rich teacher child ratio so as to cater to the individual strengths and interests of children in our care.
|Does the school employ teaching assistants?||
|Native Chinese and English speaking teachers||
|Language support for students not fluent in Chinese and English||
Yes, some of our campuses offer additional language classes.
|Additional language classes offered by the school||
English as an Additional Language, Mandarin, Japanese, Hindi
|Use of technology in the classroom||
At EtonHouse, we value the spontaneity, richness and diversity that technology lends to our inquiry based programme. The use of light tables, overhead projectors, computers, interactive whiteboards, tablets, iPads, digital cameras and software programmes brings collaborative and meaningful learning experiences that form a critical element of our education. We see technology as allowing children to build further connections with the world around them in this digital age. Through the use of technology, our educators are also able to further enrich and enhance their teaching and learning.
|Do teachers assign homework to their students?||
We do not believe in letting children go through and complete worksheets that have no meaning to them. However, worksheets that are customized to the relevant context of learning may sometimes be presented to children to support their interests in practicing/challenging their skills/knowledge.
Yes, students are required to wear the uniform from Nursery onwards.
Depends on each campus.
|Entry evaluation for students||
|Students can join after academic year begins||
Yes, subject to availability.
|Do students practice religion at the school? What religion?||
|School bus service available||
|Dedicated staff/programs for students with special learning needs||
At EtonHouse, we aim to offer inclusive access to our educational programmes. The Principal and parents enter into a conversation as to whether or not the learning environment is able to support the child's needs - physical and emotional. We review any medical assessments provided by parents before making a final recommendation.
|Learning support offered||
Our International Primary and Secondary School on Broadrick Road has a comprehensive Learning Support Programme, and an Assessment Team comprising of the Learning Support Team, senior management and Year Coordinator will assess if the school can adequately support any prospective child that may require Learning Support.
|Supervised care before/after school||
Yes, our branches at 215 Upper Bukit Timah, 717 Mountbatten, 223 Mountbatten, Robertson Walk and Newton provide before and after school childcare services. They are childcare centres that operate from 7am - 7pm.
|Extracurricular activities or clubs offered||
The EtonHouse schools offer a rich curricular and co-curricular programme.
|Sports activities included||
EtonHouse has specialist PE teachers.
|Qualities and characteristics best defining the school||
EtonHouse fosters a love of learning and provides children with the skills they need to be adaptable and flexible in a rapidly changing world. In our schools, each child is respected as a distinct individual, encouraged and supported by all staff.
At EtonHouse, we also understand that the environment plays a vital role in developing a happy, confident, secure and competent child with an inquiring mind. We therefore lay great emphasis on creating a carefully planned and well-resourced environment that is warm, welcoming and engaging.
|Teaching approach of the school||
EtonHouse international pre-schools and schools offer a programme where children are encouraged to become critical thinkers and lifelong learners through an inquiry-based programme. The inquiry approach aims to capitalize on children’s motivation in particular topics/areas of interest as the basis for curriculum design and development.
The EtonHouse Inquire-Think-Learn curriculum approach, inspired by the Reggio Emilia Educational Project of Northern Italy believes that young children should be respected as competent thinkers and communicators who are offered many opportunities to engage with a range of materials and resources that extend and challenge their thinking. Children are encouraged and supported to reach their full potential – cognitively, socially, emotionally and physically.
EtonHouse also offers an outstanding second language programme that lays the foundation for a strong bilingual foundation.