Invictus International School
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|Invictus International School (Singapore)|
Dempsey Hill Campus: 73 Loewen Road Singapore 248843/ Sentosa Campus: Quayside Isle, 31 Ocean Way #01-15 Singapore 098375
|School type||Private International School|
|Motto||The Global Family School|
|Founder||Dr. Mark Hon & Mr. John Anthony Fearon|
|School board||Dr. Mark Hon (Chairman), Mr. Larry Raynor Ching (MNZM), Dr. David Robinson|
|Administrator||Dr. John Edward Fearon|
|Principal||Mr. Alan Campbell|
|Enrolment||Open throughout the year|
|Classes offered||Grades 1 to 6|
|Language||English and Mandarin|
Invictus International School is an independent co-educational elementary day school in Singapore. It was started in November 2015 by two tech entrepreneurs who wanted to create a forward-looking international school to serve the expatriate community. In 2018, the school was featured as one of the 10 best international schools in Singapore by The Knowledge Review magazine.
The school currently offers Primary Years, from Grades 1 to 6. Students undertake the International Primary Curriculum (IPC). In addition, the school will also complement IPC with Mathematics, English, and Mandarin courses.
Invictus International School moved to a new campus at Dempsey Hill in August 2017 and opened its second campus on Sentosa in August 2019. Invictus will open its first overseas campus in Hong Kong in Q4 2019.
Students undergo the UK international primary curriculum. To prepare pupils for an increasingly high-tech world, the school also teaches coding and entrepreneurship.
The school also implements a Chinese language module.
- "New school to charge expat kids half the usual fees". The Straits Times. The Straits Times. The Straits Times. 26 June 2016. Retrieved 27 April 2019.
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