Dulwich College Singapore

Dulwich College Singapore is an international school located in [singapore], which opened in 2014. As a branch of Dulwich College International , it offers a comprehensive programme for students aged 2 to 18 and is separated into three schools : DUCKS, Junior School and Senior School.[2]

Dulwich College Singapore
Location
71 Bukit Batok West Ave 8, Singapore, 658966

Singapore
Coordinates1.345299°N 103.74211°E / 1.345299; 103.74211
Information
School typeIndependent, Day School
Established2014
FounderEdward Alleyn
Teaching staff300
Years offeredToddlers, Nursery, Reception, Year 1 - Year 13
Nursery years taughtToddlers, Nursery, Reception
Primary years taughtYear 1 - Year 8
Secondary years taughtYear 9 - Year 13
Age2 to 18
Enrollment2,250 (2019)
Capacity2,500[1]
HousesEarhart, Lee, Mandela and Shackleton
AccreditationEduTrust
TuitionSGD 26,000 - 37,000 (USD 18911 - 26913) (2015)[1]
AffiliationFOBISIA, IB World Schools
Chief Executive OfficerFraser White
Websitehttps://singapore.dulwich.org/

Academics

Students from ages 2 to 7 are immersed in a dual-language environment, where classes are conducted in both English and Chinese. Daily Chinese classes are conducted for students from years 3 to 6 (aged 7 to 10).[1]

Key facilities

On August 2018, a performing arts centre at the college was completed, which includes a 742-seat theatre and a pipe organ which is second largest in Singapore[3], two black box theatres and suites of music and art rooms.

Sports facilities at the college include three swimming pools, a multi-purpose pitch, two gymnasiums, a dance studio, a fitness centre, tennis courts and cricket nets.[4]

Additionally, there is dedicated IB centre including quiet study areas and a large common room with a kitchen area, three libraries, three dining rooms, a bike track and sustainable garden throughout the grounds.

With the Junior School Music Programme, students are initially taught a string instrument, then later offered an opportunity to change to wind or bass instrument.[5]

See also

References

  1. Davie, Sandra (3 December 2015). "Mandarin immersion boosts intake at Dulwich College". The Straits Times. Retrieved 13 March 2019.
  2. "Dulwich College Opens in Singapore". The International Educator. 14 October 2014. Retrieved 3 July 2019.
  3. Wee, Desmond (13 November 2017). "The pipes, the pipes are calling". The Straits Times. Retrieved 13 March 2019.
  4. "Ever wondered what you're getting for your money at international schools? Facilities for one thing!". Expat Living Singapore. 4 April 2016. Retrieved 12 March 2019.
  5. "Here's Why Dulwich College (Singapore) Is A Great School For A Personalised Education". The Finder. 6 March 2019. Retrieved 12 March 2019.
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