A very frequently heard term in the domain of school education, especially primary years, inquiry-based learning is an unconventional approach to teaching which is gaining much significance in the context of 21st century education.
Most of the primary schools in Singapore start in January and a big number of tiny tots take their first step towards a big school around this time. Preparing children for primary school is an onus on the parents and as they want their kids to have an enjoyable learning experience at school.
International Baccalaureates Primary Years Programme (IB PYP), is a distinct educational framework for children between the age group of 5 to 12 years. Lately, the curriculum has been popular for offering a 21st century education and helping children develop a global outlook so that they can assimilate easily with the world at large.
To be able to put themselves in someone else's shoes and see the world from another perspective is something that the children will need to do more often in the rapidly globalising world.
Did you know that your child can save an entire academic year and accelerate his or her learning process by joining GIIS for Grade 1 in coming January?
Yes, the students who join Grade 1 in January reap the benefits of a robust Bridge Programme that fast tracks their education and help them leap ahead of their peers.
A safe and secure learning environment is an important consideration while selecting a primary school.
Your child’s primary school experience sets the tone for his or her future!