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Chinese International School (CNIS)

Post by ram&raisin » Thu, 12 Nov 2009 2:21 pm


Kindergarten and Primary Information

Dual-Language teaching in a multi-cultural setting
Our emphasis on both English and Chinese language development is the cornerstone of our Primary Years Programme. The CNIS multi-cultural setting is conducive for students to use both English and Chinese. Our qualified and experienced English teachers come from a variety of countries providing exposure to different accents and cultures – furthering the development of the CNIS ‘global child.’ Our Chinese teachers come from mainland China.

The family atmosphere of CNIS
The CNIS Early Years campus feels like ‘home away from home.’ Our dedicated teachers and staff form caring and nurturing relationships with each and every child. Sounds of laughter and expressions of curiosity are heard in our classrooms as children pursue their interests whether in a group or independently. ‘Structured Inquiry’ curricular units set within the IBO (International Baccalaureate Organization) framework, allow for teachers to guide students through ‘Units of Inquiry.’ Parents are kept informed of all the stages of this process and are invited for presentations, performances and meetings. A close collaboration among the students, teachers, and parents ensures a holistic and comprehensive approach to the development of the each child.

Spacious grounds close to town
The CNIS campus is conveniently located in a quiet Bukit Timah residential area, minutes for downtown. Our spacious grounds allow for plenty of hands-on learning experiences whether under the fruit trees or next to our fish pond or vegetable garden! Large, bright classrooms are filled with stimulating resources and materials, and the walls are adorned with examples of student work. Our primary school library is stocked with a variety of English and Chinese books. Motor skills and physical development is made fun in our large sports hall and jungle gym.

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