Chatsworth International School provides holistic International Baccalaureate (IB) education to students from preschool to secondary levels. The school is a reputed international school with a good academic track record.
The school boasts a closely knit community where everyone including teachers and families know and support each other. It provides a great environment for generating the desired learning outcomes, and encourages the students to pursue their own passions. The school creates a friendly and nurturing environment where students feel at home, where they feel safe to learn and become the best version of themself that is possible.
The school teaches it’s pupils to value and respect each other which contributes to developing the tight knit community they have today. Their mission is to inspire, educate, and enlighten- providing their student population not just an education, but a platform, and the preparation necessary to meet challenges head-on, with confidence and enthusiasm. This empowers the students to think independently, becoming creative problem solvers in the process.
Chatsworth International School currently has two campuses in Singapore – Orchard Campus and Bukit Timah campus. The Orchard campus caters to primary level only and is located on the famed heritage street, Orchard Road. The campus setting is traditional and historic, the environment is warm with an international mindset.
Both personal and academic success is prioritised at Chatsworth International School, and the school is a diverse, internationally-minded community of learners. Within their safe study environment, the IB Learner Profile forms the core of the Chatsworth learning experience.
Chatsworth is an IB World School and provides the entire range of IB curriculum from Primary up to the Diploma programme. The curriculum is modified to ensure that students emerge as inquirers, knowledgeable, thinkers, communicators, principled, open-minded, caring, courageous, balanced, and reflective.
The school is a member of Athletic Conference of Singapore International Schools and hence provides great sports facilities to students. Students’ talent in arts is encouraged through various activities such as the school band and the vocal ensemble. The school has options to pursue visual arts and drama and participate in a range of activities to hone their skills.
Some of the spaces and facilities of the campus was redesigned and redeveloped to cater for primary years only, with new programmes introduced to enhance both the study and play environments. Chatsworth is the first school in Singapore to bring in some of this play structures and equipment, making for a refreshing, safe and enriching experience.
To make the play and recreational time as inclusive and accessible as possible, these unique structures sport numerous entry and exit points so the play is continuously fluid, and many kids can participate together safely. There are also hammocks, seats, and structured spaces for the children to sit and peer bond.
Additionally several new programmes were initiated to round out the child’s development, such as: a new space for an enhanced motor skills programme dubbed the Perceptual Motor Programme (PMP) which consists of the holistic development of activities, language, and movements; a dedicated Discovery Centre and makers space to better provide for the sciences, design, cooking, and construction; and an expanded arts programme which was to highlight the performing arts.