Chatsworth International School
Guide to know about the Chatsworth International School
Chatsworth International School in Singapore is a well-established K-12 international school that offers kids ages 3 to 18 a comprehensive, quality, and cost-effective education. Our educational concept has been built on the Chatsworth aim to ‘Inspire, Educate, and Enlighten’ since 1995. The Chatsworth International School provides the three core programs of the International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum as an IB school. We are proud to offer a tailored learning method in a supportive environment that recognizes each individual’s unique skills.
In January 1995, Chatsworth International School first opened its doors. Chatsworth relocated to a heritage-designated facility off Orchard Road in 1998.
Chatsworth pupils have excelled in a comprehensive and balanced curriculum, and their successes have validated their learning and equipped them for further academic study. They consistently outperform the global average in their IB exams. Over 200 institutions give Chatsworth alumni a wide selection of university offerings. In Year 11 of the IB Middle Years Programme, students at our middle school pursue an official qualification (Grade 10). Chatsworth International School is one of the few international schools in Singapore that provide the entire IB MYP eAssessment test, which leads to the IB MYP course results or the IB MYP Certificate. The MYP assessment is a dependable, internationally consistent, and highly innovative tool that enables IB institutions to achieve better student results while increasing quality assurance and recognition.
- Our Vision
We are a global community working together to deliver a complete learning experience. We cherish each individual and help them discover their place in the world.
- Our Mission
Inspire, Educate, and Enlighten is our purpose.
To fulfill our mission, we will:
- Encourage kids to take on difficulties with confidence and excitement.
- Encourage pupils to pursue learning as a lifelong passion.
- Ascertain that all students obtain a balanced education.
- Encourage inquiry-based learning in an ever-changing world.
- Encourage the growth of ethical and compassionate global citizens.
- Encourage pupils to think critically and solve problems.
- Through effective relationships, engage the local and larger communities.
Co-curricular and extracurricular activities:
Co-curricular and extracurricular activities (CCAs and ECAs) are essential aspects of student life. These activities allow students to participate in team sports, discover new hobbies, enhance social skills, and, most importantly, have fun together. Students in Years 7 to 11 require to engage in at least one CCA or sports team per semester. CCAs and ECAs get offered in three seasons per academic year. We provide before- and after-school activities, with a restricted number of CCAs and tryouts available by invitation only. Only a few activities, primarily mother tongue CCAs or school sports teams, are open to the public or need tryouts. The in-charge instructors communicate directly with parents and give pertinent information about sporting activities. In secondary school, students can pick from a variety of CCAs led by instructors and occasionally seniors, in addition to several sports teams that are most competitive. Model United Nations, photography, Phoenix Times magazine, fitness, dancing, school band, and rock band are just a few.
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