Invictus International School was founded in 2015 by two passionate and experienced technology entrepreneurs. The school describes itself as a forward-looking independent, co-ed, international primary school. The school was created to offer premium education to expat parents at an affordable fee.
Invictus International School provides a quality education in an innovative and inspiring way for individual students, yet affordable in pricing, and focused on their academic goals. The school follows 7 core values with respect to learning – imaginative, innovative, inspiring, investigative, international, interested and individuals.
The school follows the International Primary Curriculum of Singapore for primary students. The International Primary Curriculum, or IPC, is a thematic, comprehensive, and creative curriculum for 6 to 12 years old, with a clear learning outcomes guidelines and transparent specific goals for each subject. The syllabus makes for a strong foundation to learn the values of international mindedness, and for personal learning development.
The IPC course load is completed with rigorous Mathematics, English, and Mandarin to students. The school welcomes students of all nationalities irrespective of race, nationality and creed. The school promotes equal opportunities and provides a fair opportunity for admission.
All of the teaching staff and faculty members have tremendous experience, starting from the principal Alan Campbell who has nearly 40 years of experience in the education field. Yet despite all factors, Invictus International School has some of the most affordable tuition fees, with the payment that can be spread over 5 installments.
The school campus is located in the beautiful green campus on Dempsey Hill, surrounded by a lush rainforest. The surrounding environment is peaceful and natural to ensure students learn in the best possible environment. There is now another campus on Sentosa, where expats can send their Grade 1 and Grade 2 students on the island itself. The Dempsey Hill campus, meanwhile, has begun offering classes for Grades 7 and 8, as of January 2020.
The school believes in creating new opportunities for students. Class sizes are kept small and limited to 25 students per class, to provide personal attention for the whole class, on an individual basis. Invictus International School in fact caters especially for children of expatriates, understanding their unique needs including adapting to a unfamiliar culture and adopting a second, or maybe even third or fourth language.
Invictus International School also offers an opportunity for physical activities, creative arts and assemblies. The school has several playing fields and a sandpit playground. The school strives to be an education provider for every learner and provide them with the best opportunity to flourish. It creates a safe and secure environment where every child is given priority.