Here’s a secondary school that’s different from the rest with its flexible enrolment dates, EITP, IGCSE and A Level courses, personalised learning approach, and extra-curricular activities.
The Insworld Institute offers a traditional British education to secondary students. However, it’s the school’s rolling enrolment, small class sizes, free one-to-one support classes and life skills programmes that really stand out from the norm. Located in central Singapore, Insworld can meet the individual needs of students with its class sizes of four up to 14 students.
Founded in 2001, the school enrols students year-round and starts EITP, IGCSE and A Level courses in January, March, July and September. The EITP is a lower secondary programme that’s benchmarked to Key Stage Three of the UK National Curriculum, and gives students the foundation for IGCSEs. The IGCSE and A Level programmes each last 22 months. The school has a student population of more than 40 different nationalities, and every student is assigned a personal tutor.
As well as offering a wide choice of subjects in each programme, Insworld runs an intensive English for Academic Studies programme. Learning is supported by extra-curricular activities such as basketball, badminton, dance, futsal and taekwondo, as well as outreach activities and an academic adventure programme that focuses on life skills.
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