Hannah Richardson recalls feeling really excited for her daughter, Ella, to join Tanglin Trust School after going on the school tour. “A school is more than its facilities, and meeting and seeing the teachers in action and how they were engaging with the children was truly inspiring,” she shared with us. We speak to Hannah to find out what else makes Tanglin a great school for Ella…
Tanglin Trust School aims to be a dynamic learning community which nurtures and inspires every individual to be the best they can be. It has a long tradition of providing British-based learning with an international perspective and strives to make every individual feel valued, happy and successful. Responsibility, enthusiasm and participation are actively encouraged, and integrity is prized. Working together in a safe, caring yet stimulating environment, the school sets high expectations whilst offering strong support, resulting in a community of lifelong learners who can contribute with confidence to the world.
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Tanglin has been listed as one of Singapore's Best Employers 2022, a ranking of the top 200 companies and institutions with at least 200 employees. Tanglin came in the Top 10 and also topped the education category nationwide. This study was released today by The Straits Times and global data firm Statista. Across six areas considered, atmosphere at work and potential for development contributed the most to employers' scores. The other five aspects were image, working conditions, workplace, salary or wage, and diversity.