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Kindle Kids International School Review

The low-cost Kindle Kids International School (KKIS) currently offers a self-developed curriculum to primary and secondary students up to Grade 8.
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School type
International
School phase
Primary
Inspection rating
No rating
Curricula taught
Availability 2021/22
No data
Availability 2022/23
No data
Annual fee average
SGD 11,000
Annual fees
SGD 10,272–12,840
Price band help
Value
Status
Open
Opening year
2018
School year
Apr to Mar
Principal
Rajni Parasher

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Kindle Kids International School
School type
International
School phase
Primary
Inspection rating
No rating
Curricula taught
Availability 2021/22
No data
Availability 2022/23
No data
Annual fee average
SGD 11,000
Annual fees
SGD 10,272–12,840
Price band help
Value
Status
Open
Opening year
2018
School year
Apr to Mar
Principal
Rajni Parasher
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The low-cost Kindle Kids International School (KKIS) currently offers a self-developed curriculum to primary and secondary students up to Grade 8.

One of Singapore's most affordable schools, Kindle Kids International School (KKIS) offers a bespoke education to Grade 1 – 8 students. Opened in March 2018, KKIS teaches a self-developed curriculum that is based on the Cambridge International Primary and Secondary programmes. The school follows the Indian academic year, and runs from April to March.

Teaching at KKIS has an emphasis on ‘skill’ and less on ‘content’. Principal Rajni Parasher explains:

"The curriculum is experiential, evolving, thematic, engaging, in-depth and extends beyond the boundaries of coverage. Whereas learning through drills, practices and rules was common in earlier days, learning through inquiry and design, solving real world problems, discovery and invention, and reflection is more fitting for the present times."

Lessons are held at a well-equipped, small campus in Thomson, and class sizes do not exceed 20.

Fees at the school are among the lowest in Singapore. The annual fee for Grades 1 – 5 is $10,272 and for Grades 6 – 8 is $12,840, which includes tuition, technology, CCAs, and celebrations.

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