The EtonHouse International Education Group is headquartered in Singapore with 100 schools in over 11 countries.
The EtonHouse schools believe in the Image of Child as the first and singularly most important consideration, acknowledging children as competent and capable thinkers and communicators. The EtonHouse Inquire Think Learn Curriculum (ITL) trusted for over 20 years draws inspirations from the Reggio Emilia approach in Italy. The learning outcomes refer to the Singapore Ministry of Education’s Nurturing Early Learners and ECDA’s Early Years Development Framework. EtonHouse pre-schools at Broadrick, Newton, Thomson and 718 Mountbatten Road follow the International Baccalaureate PYP programme.
Starting at Pre-Nursery, your child will have multiple opportunities to strengthen his or her social, language, physical and cognitive skills. He or she will develop social competence, a sense of autonomy and the ability to work independently and interdependently. In the process, your child will become a skillful communicator and develop a repertoire of verbal and non-verbal communication strategies in both English and Chinese .
Through careful planning and implementation of inquiries within the ITL framework that evolve from children’s ideas, your child will gain knowledge about the world and develop problem solving and physical skills to support them to become independent in everyday tasks.
The expansive and purposeful physical environment honors the EtonHouse Image of Child. Your son or daughter will learn in comfortable spaces that reflect respect for his of her ideas, interest and home cultures, as well as beauty and order. Nature education and sustainability form important pillars in an EtonHouse education.
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