EtonHouse International School Thomson Campus believes that every child can direct his/her own learning and as educators, it is their job to facilitate the learning. The school encourages students to think deeply.
EtonHouse is named like one of the oldest and most prestigious British boarding schools of all time, and as the name seems to imply, the school offers the British curriculum to preschool and primary students. The school is also one of the oldest International Baccalaureate (IB) schools in Singapore.
It respects, honours and celebrates the variety of languages in children. The student community is truly international with students from 30 nationalities studying there. This helps in the development of an international mindedness in students.
The school imparts the importance of mutual respect and developing relationships between students. EtonHouse Thomson offers an integrated bilingual programme across all levels where English and Mandarin teachers work side by side. Hence students are experts in both languages.
The school has a very active visual arts and outdoor learning programmes, involving their young learners developing physically and exercising multiple attributes besides just mental acumen. The outdoor facilities are outstanding for this age learning group, including lovely landscaped grounds and cutting edge specialist initiatives to cultivate bi-lingual, hopefully lifelong learners. Some of the amenities are in fact unheard of, for Playground to Primary Years.
EtonHouse International School, Singapore is the flagship school of the Etonhouse International Education Group. The group has more than 100 schools in 11 countries. The school follows a vision of shaping the future through education. The school strives to develop confident and capable global citizens.
EtonHouse International School Thomson Campus sees a child as a curious, communicative, capable, confident and respected individual. Over the years EtonHouse has expressed itself as a competent education body. Teachers from different campuses across the world brainstorm to design the curriculum following the best practices in schools.