The Middle School (the start of Senior School for Years 7 to 9, ages 11 to 14) programme prioritises the wellbeing of students. Through a wide range of service, co-curricular and house opportunities, plus the exceptional quality of pastoral care, students develop the skills to be able to thrive not only in in learning but in life.
A broad and balanced curriculum in Middle School gives students opportunities to consciously develop their learner profile attributes and develops a community of happy, engaged learners. Through an array of subjects, students have opportunities to use their character strengths to practise skills such as reflection, critical thinking, research and creativity. Our nurturing approach allows students to learn how to learn, enjoy learning, and be equipped with the skills needed to flourish as they move onwards to Upper School.
Tanglin's Senior School School (Middle, Upper & Sixth Form, ages 11 to 18) prides itself on the individual care, guidance and counselling offered by our robust support structures, the exceptional academic achievements of our students, and the development of skills and attributes through learning experiences beyond the classroom.
On Saturday, 24 September, nearly 100 students from each section of the school participated in the Annual Hackathon. While Infant children attended workshops and developed their coding skills, the seniors attempted to develop solutions to problems based around the theme of Building Bridges and Education.
Cambridge and Oxford are among the top 10 universities in the world so it's really a red letter occasion when not one but seven students from the Class of 2022 were admitted to these prestigious institutions! Congratulations to Hannah Coulstock, Aadharsh Nandhakumar, Sophia Santos-Pearcy, Amelia Dovell, Eve Reynolds, Sam Caton, and Keishiro Sawa.
Tanglin is delighted to be featured once again this year in Spear’s School Index as one of the Top 100 Private Schools in the world and one of the Top 15 in China and Southeast Asia.