Whether it is a recent relocation to the republic or having your kids growing and choosing the best school to cater to their preferences, here is the list of Indian schools in Singapore you can refer to during your search for the right Indian school.
NPS International School
NPS International School has been established to cater to the burgeoning international demand for high-quality education in the context of a rapidly globalising educational scenario. A Bangalore-based group of institutions, the NPS group of schools has achieved striking results in the CBSE academic Programmes.
The NPS group is spearheaded by the visionary educationist, Dr K P Gopalkrishna, Founder Chairman. The school caters to the creative, all-round development of its students. Besides striving for academic excellence, the school aims to provide a holistic education for children. This integrated approach emphasises individualised attention, enabling the student to discover and develop his or her multiple capabilities.
Global Indian International School (GIIS)
Established under the guiding principles of the Global Schools Foundation, Global Indian International School (GIIS) is an international network of award-winning institutions, with 21 campuses in seven countries. Known for their learner-centric and skill-based teaching methodology, GIIS schools offer holistic learning and personality development opportunities for students.
The GIIS East Coast Campus has the distinction of being honoured and recognised with seven international and national awards for excellence in education. Located at Cheviot Hill in Siglap, the campus offers the following curricula: International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE), Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), and Global Montessori Plus programme. The campus has a strong infrastructure in place for imparting education, as well as to facilitate sports and extracurricular activities, including a multi-purpose sports ground and stadium with a 400m synthetic athletic track.
Yuvabharathi International School (YBIS)
YBIS believes in nurturing responsible global citizens, encouraging and facilitating them to be a part of community service activities. This helps students to empathise with other members of the community and respect them.
Using inquiry-based learning, YBIS initiates an inquiry in students by encouraging them to find resources and develop research skills. Having an approach to project-based learning enables students to gain a deep understanding of the concepts and potentially allow them to solve problems as well. Problem-based learning provides guidance in place of solutions, facilitate students to find solutions. Thematic learning designs themes by integrating concepts of existing curricula and learning through discussions, role plays and group activities.