The Royal Geographical Society (RGS) with the Institute of British Geographers (IBG), has presented Tanglin Trust School’s Alumna, Rattan Bhatti, from the Class of 2022 with a prestigious Excellence Awardfor achieving the highest marksin the world for Higher Level Geography. This is the second time in three years that a Geography student at Tanglin has been recognised by the RGS. Read more about it.
Choosing a primary school for your child may be the first time you are making a decision about your child's education. With a choice of over 50 primary schools in Singapore, how do you select the right one? In this round-up, we look at how which primary schools in Singapore offer the very best education for children aged five to 12 years.
Every one of Singapore’s IB schools here offer expat parents good results – but what makes what makes an international school offering the International Baccalaureate (IB) programme truly outstanding? The pass rates and average scores of every IB school in Singapore are above the world average. In 2022, Singapore's average IBDP score was 37.49 which surpassed the global average of 31.98. However, a school’s position in an IB league table is only part of the picture, and a quality education needs to be measured on far more than that. Read to find out more...
In September 2015, the United Nations adopted its most ambitious vision - to improve the lives of people worldwide over the next 15 years. At that summit meeting in New York, all UN Member States committed to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), covering areas such as poverty, public health, the environment, education and justice, and 169 other specific targets. In February 2022, Tanglin Trust School made Sustainability a priority in its new Strategic Plan. The project kicked off with a working group of 30 staff members. Read more about how the school is making a difference in this area.
International school classrooms bring together a range of cultures, languages and curriculum experience, so adapting teaching to fit different needs is vital. Four senior leaders at schools across the world explain how they do just that.