Singapore Indian Schools: ICSE, CBSE Options

Are you looking for information on Indian curriculum schools in Singapore? We round up the international primary and secondary schools that offer the CBSE or ICSE syllabus.
Singapore Indian Schools: ICSE, CBSE Options
By Carli Allan
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Global Indian International School (East Coast)



Curriculum: CBSE/UK
Age: Nursery to Grade 6
Number of Students: 1,350
Teacher Student Ratio: 1:18
External Tests/Examinations: AISSE
Fees: $10,062 to $10,743
Facilities: Library, multi-purpose auditorium, IT labs, sports facilities, canteen serving vegetarian meals, yoga, tabla and dance studios, video-conferencing facilities, herbal garden, Montessori labs and an art studio
Academic Calendar: April to March
Location: Siglap

Part of the well-established network of Global Indian International Schools, this standalone primary school partners its delivery of the CBSE curriculum with a passion for sport and a focus on the environment.

The early years curriculum (nursery and K1-2) follows the GSF's tailor-made Global Montessori Plus programme, which blends Montessori methodology with various international pre-school practices. Teaching in Grades 1 to 6 follows the CBSE curriculum, with subjects including Hindi, Tamil, French, maths, science, IT, social science, and environmental studies.

GIIS East Coast takes sport very seriously. The campus runs a Gold Squad programme to develop talent in football, cricket, badminton, basketball and tennis. Its facilities include a GIIS sports stadium with 400m athletic track, as well as a cricket ground, football pitch, and volleyball, basketball, tennis and badminton courts.

Read our review of Global Indian International School (East Coast) here.

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