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Why Choose the PYP Primary School Curricula at OWIS?

Posted by Michelle Dickinson on Feb 17, 2018 7:00:00 AM

The IB Primary Years Programme (PYP) is a curriculum framework for children aged three to 11 that is designed to nurture and develop these young students into caring, active participants in a lifelong learning journey. Through the PYP’s inquiry-led, interdisciplinary framework, OWIS students become independent thinkers with a global mindset. With its emphasis on five core principles – knowledge, concepts, skills, attitudes, and action – PYP is the ideal programme for international students in Singapore.

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Topics: International schools, International schools in singapore, One World International School, pre-school singapore, primary school

Why Choose the PYP Early Years Curricula at OWIS?

Posted by Michelle Dickinson on Feb 10, 2018 7:00:00 AM

At One World International School, we understand the critical importance of early childhood education for laying the foundation for your children’s cognitive, social and emotional development. The right program can maximize your child’s development during this formative period while cultivating a life-long love of learning and self-inquiry. OWIS follows the IB Primary Years Programme (PYP), a curriculum framework that includes an “Early Years” component designed for preschool-age children prior to the start of formal schooling. PYP Early Years focuses on inquiry-led, play-based learning in rich and stimulating learning environments that integrate the natural world into the classroom, both indoors and outside.

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Topics: International schools, International schools in singapore, mindfulness, One World International School, early childhood, pre-school singapore

Intentional School Design and Infrastructure Drives Academic Performance

Posted by Gregor Polson on Jan 24, 2018 7:00:00 AM

When it comes to academic performance, parents and administrators have long focused on curriculum design and teacher quality. While there’s no denying that curriculum design and teacher quality are vitally important, this focus overlooks the importance of educational infrastructure towards academic achievement. Academic buildings must be intentionally designed to inspire, nurture, and educate children in ways that encourage and stimulate while providing a sense of belonging, so all students feel safe to explore and learn.

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Topics: International schools, International schools in singapore, One World International School, Moderately priced international school, classroom

A Permanent Commitment to Moderate Fees for a World-Class Education

Posted by Gregor Polson on Jan 17, 2018 7:00:00 AM

In August 2017, the Singapore government awarded One World International School ("OWIS") a tender to establish a new, moderate fee school. Here in Singapore, private education fees are some of the highest in the world. The OWIS Nanyang Campus is a commitment to offering an outstanding global education at a thoughtful price.

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Topics: International schools, International schools in singapore, One World International School, Moderately priced international school, owis

OWIS Nanyang: The Classroom Experience

Posted by Gregor Polson on Jan 3, 2018 9:00:00 AM

One World International School takes education very seriously. In order to grow to be the best adults-not only successful but highly significant citizens of the world-it is necessary to build a strong foundation that includes an open mind, appreciation of the beauty found in nature and one another, and a lifelong love of learning. It’s not easy, but it’s not impossible either.

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Topics: International schools in singapore, One World International School, classroom

Diversity in Education: Better Learners, Leaders and Citizens

Posted by Gregor Polson on Dec 30, 2017 6:00:00 AM

"Diversity in education" recognises and honours the unique backgrounds of every student, including race, ethnicity, religion, and nationality, and intentionally fosters a multicultural school environment built on respect. But why is diversity so important for our students? A school’s cultural climate directly impacts student success. Students benefit from interacting with a diverse peer group because they learn how to build relationships across backgrounds. They are stronger leaders, better global citizens, and more creative problem solvers.

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Topics: International schools, International schools in singapore, Multicultural, One World International School, Multicultural education in Singapore

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