This small Jewish school in northern Singapore offers an academically rigorous education that combines various methods of teaching to nurture a growth mindset and active learning.
Singapore’s only Jewish international school – Sir Manasseh Meyer International School (SMMIS) – offers a global education from an impressive $40m campus in the far-northern Sembawang district. A small school with an intake of just 500 children and a low teacher to student ratio, SMMIS teaches pre-school through to Grade 10.
The curriculum follows the International Primary Years (IPC) and International Middle Years Curricula (IMYC), and prepares students to take their IGCSEs in Grade 10. Teaching is deeply rooted in the values and ethics of Judaism, but SMMIS welcomes students of all faiths.
Teaching at this non-profit school follows the British National Literacy Curriculum, the Singaporean maths curriculum, and the US-based research-based science curriculum, FOSS. The curriculum also includes coding and robotics programmes; Jewish Studies and Modern Hebrew as a second language; and PE, swimming and Personal Social and Health Education.
The school says: "This curriculum offers students opportunities to learn about a wide variety of integrated topics through an international lens."
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