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TGI students Bag Multiple Awards at The 1st Chinese Language Festival 2020/2021


Twenty-three of the Mandarin Language students from The Grange won 30 awards in the inaugural Chinese Language Festival 2020/2021, launched by the English Schools Foundation and co-hosted by the Education University of Hong Kong and China International Education.



They were successful across the board clinching various Champion, Runners-up and Merit...

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5 Reasons Why You Should Consider The Grange Institution


With over 50 international schools in Singapore to choose from, parents often wonder which one would suit their children best in terms of its curriculum, culture, facilities, fees, etc., and the list goes on… Here are 5 reasons why you should consider The Grange Institution (TGI)!



  1. TGI is the first international...

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Advice For Parents: Choosing A New School During The Pandemic


Relocating with children is never an easy task, not least in the midst of a global pandemic. Joanne O’Connor, Community Liaison Officer at 3e International School Beijing, a parent of two children(Grade 2 & Grade 4) offers some practical tips for parents relocating with school-age children during this unpredictable time, navigating the task of how to choose the...

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How a Multicultural School Environment Benefits Your Child


Children who attend a multicultural school have advantages that more traditional classrooms can’t offer, including the development of advanced global awareness. Our world is a vast place, and even early learners can be taught to envision its scope. Through immersion in other languages and getting to know different manners of dress, traditions and religions, the...

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3e Elementary Program bolstered by 3e-LFIP Partnership


Since 2005, 3e International School has grown to provide a first class dual-immersion language education for Early Years and Elementary students.



3e founder and CEO of the Jonathan K.S. Choi Foundation, Mr Gilbert Choy reflects

“Through the past 16 years, 3e continues to exceed my vision and expectations, delivering a balanced Chinese-Western...

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Merits of Studying in an International School


Moving to a new country is an exciting time for your family, but it's also a period of transition and adjustment. If you are relocating to Singapore, you will quickly discover that there are many different options for schools in the country. There are public schools, private schools and international schools. As a soon-to-be expatriate family, you should take the...

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We Are Wellington | Alumni Voices: Jessica Lee

At Wellington, our mission is to equip our pupils with the knowledge and skills to be well-rounded, globally-minded
citizens. So our key metric of success is ultimately the success of our pupils. In our We Are Wellington | Alumni
Voices
series, we showcase such successes by catching up with Old Wellingtonians to learn about experiences
and insights...

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The Future Of Education with Ronald Stones, The Grange Institution Singapore


We sit down with Ronald Stones OBE, Director of Schools at The Grange Institution Singapore to ask him about the Future of Education.





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Why International Primary Curriculum and Cambridge Curriculum go well hand in hand


As the first primary school in Singapore to offer both the Cambridge International Primary Curriculum together with the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) for students ages 5 to 12, The Grange Institution’s (TGI) future-focused curriculum offers academic rigor through an unique blend of structured and enquiry-based learning, equipping students with aptitude for...

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Give your child the best head start in life


The so called “Early Years” of education, from birth to 6 years old, form the foundation for learning. As they are introduced to their first experience of school, how children learn is as important as what they learn.



Children need to feel safe, secure, and happy, by being in a nurturing environment, to develop a positive attitude and thrive as lifelong...

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Developing 21st Century skills in students

Developing 21st Century Skills in Students



If your child is sitting inside a classroom today, there’s a high possibility that he/she will work in a future career that has not yet been discovered. The current generation of students is sitting on the precipice of change, and they will become the leaders who will take us into the next era. However, in order to...

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The Best Education For Your Child Is All About Making The Right Choices


For the best chance at success in life, students need a quality education this is well-rounded, the foundation of which is the curriculum system.



When it comes to curriculum systems however, there are a number of choices, with the world's four major high school offerings being: A-Level, American Advanced Placement and AP Courses, VCE, and the...

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Interview with Mike Walton: International Education in Bangkok in times of COVID-19


We sit down with Mike Walton, Head Master at Brighton College Bangkok, to ask him about his thoughts on the impact of COVID-19 in International Education.





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The New Chinese-English Bilingual Programme at OWIS


The New Chinese-English Bilingual Programme at OWIS



Mandarin has gained prominence in our global economy and is spoken by a large number of people worldwide - with one estimate claiming nearly 917 million people speak it fluently. Singapore, where One World International School (OWIS) is located, also has a large number of Mandarin...


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Getting to know the IB Diploma Programme

The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) is one of the most prestigious pre-college or pre-university qualifications that a pupil can achieve. It is a highly challenging course that gives pupils the chance to fully explore their potential paths ahead in their academic career as well as their own capabilities as a learner and thinker.


While most...

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Interview with Pete Corcoran: International Education in Times of Change

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The Future of Learning at The Grange Institution


Learning and the Learner is at the heart of all curricular and co-curricular decisions at The Grange Institution (TGI). The school is designed to be a small, reasonably-priced international school that caters to overseas families living in Singapore. More importantly the school appeals to parents who want a child-centred, culturally diverse and green learning environment...

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Developing Bilingual Global Citizens at The Grange


The Grange Institution (TGI) has a future-focused curriculum driven by our unique Cre8tors-in-Action educational philosophy, where all our students have the opportunity to work towards developing 8 key competencies that global citizens of tomorrow will need. The 8 key competencies are supported further by 8 Personal Goals. To be a great communicator is one...

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The Grange Kid is a Cre8tor in Action!


The Grange Kid is a true global citizen who see the Earth as their home and recognise they have an active role to play in the community they live in. They are truly internationally-minded, embraces similarities and differences between cultures and develops a genuine respect for other people, plants and animals and their immediate environment. They are passionate...

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International School Fees - The Grange Institution Cares

The COVID-19 global pandemic presented everyone with unprecedented challenges. With Circuit Breaker in place, the
school recognised that families may be faced with individual challenges, amongst which, financial or economic.


To proactively help with families facing these challenges, the school management put in place measures to help
families in need to...

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Balancing Life and Managing Stress during Challenging Times

After nearly two months of quarantining, traveling, and quarantining, many of us just want this turbulent period to
be over so that we can resume our normal routines. But why can’t we try to resume life as we once knew it now?


Here are some suggestions by 3e’s Learning Support Specialist, Dr. Ira Canada to reduce the stress of this
unpredictable...

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O.R.E.O. Online Learning

KIS’s Approach for Effective Remote Learning



As children are now learning from home, parents are struggling to understand how the remote learning models can work effectively. KIS put together the O.R.E.O. model, which covers main concepts of remote learning for teachers, parents and students.

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The Grange Institution | What’s New at The Grange?

Future-focused Curriculum and Unique Educational Philosophy



As a relatively new international primary school in Singapore, The Grange Institution prides itself as a
closely-knitted learning community. In its second year, ’The Grange 2.0’ was launched. It is a representation of the
school’s commitment to continually enhance learning experiences for...

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4 Lessons Learnt in Education from the Covid-19 crisis

Our site at Brighton College International School Bangkok
was closed on March 18th 2020, and since that date our pupils have continued their learning at home. It has been a
truly extraordinary time to lead a school, so I’m happy to share some reflections of what we’ve learnt along the
way.


1. Children are incredibly adaptable

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Bavarian International School Goes Virtual


With much of the world on ‘lockdown’ due to the Covid-19 pandemic, almost every aspect of life for everyone has changed - including children.



The daily routine of getting up, getting ready and leaving home to go to school doesn’t happen for most children anymore. But some schools, like Bavarian International School in Munich, are making sure their students’...

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An International School in Beijing’s Frontline Response to the COVID-19 Crisis

Transition to Home Learning


As the first country affected at the epicentre of the coronavirus crisis, schools across China had only a few days to
prepare and implement home learning programs, in the wake of the unprecedented nationwide government decision to
close all schools.


Even though initially it was expected school closures would only be...

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Home learning during Coronavirus in Madrid

How an International School in Madrid is dealing with the COVID-19 crisis

During the past week, the coronavirus has cast uncertainty over the future of education. Under normal circumstances, almost 10 million Spanish students would be attending their respective educational centres. However, the new coronavirus spreading wildly across the country has forced all...

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In extraordinary times we learn extraordinary lessons

We have reached out to the American Overseas School of Rome to ask how are they adapting their teaching approach to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. Their Head of School, Mr. Michael Callan, had this to say:

“In extraordinary times, we learn extraordinary lessons. In the regular classroom setting, the teacher skillfully blends the art of teaching with the science...

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How Skt. Josef international school in Denmark is adapting to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation

Key points:


  • Kids need structure.

  • Different ages need different approaches.

  • Technology and learning platforms are useful, but it is important that children still feel that they have a teacher.

  • The biggest challenge is for families.

Remote education, home learning, or as they call it here in Denmark,...

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A Closer Look At CIS' Chinese-English Bilingual Programme

International schools in Singapore offer some very robust bilingual programmes that address the demand for quality bilingual education, catering to children from the kindergarten to high school levels. Equipping children with competencies in various world languages like Chinese, French, or Spanish, these programmes aim to help children reap the benefits of being a...

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What To Look Out For When Choosing An International School

There may be various reasons why a parent in Singapore may be considering sending their child to an international school in Singapore. They might find that the local school education is not what they have in mind for their child’s education. Or perhaps, they may be frequent travellers or expatriates in Singapore who would prefer an international school experience for...

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STEAM Education: Gearing Students Towards The Future

The world would need more problem-solvers and innovators if we were to address pertinent issues plaguing the earth, like climate change, health pandemics, and poverty. Being knowledgeable in one field is no longer enough – the up-and-coming generation needs to be well-equipped with interdisciplinary knowledge, critical minds, and collaborative spirits.

This is a...

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