FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION’S – FAQ’s

  • Classes 1 to 5: CBSE frame work (Central Board of Secondary Education)
  • Classes 6 to 8: Cambridge Sec 1 to Sec 3
  • Classes 9 & 10: Cambridge International Certificate of Secondary Education( IGCSE)
  • Students from Local Kindergarten are welcome to join in Primary 1 (in the month of January 2019)
  • We welcome students studying in other international schools in to the same class during the current Academic session

Cambridge Secondary (Classes 6-8) will start from April 2019

  • Child
– Two passport sized latest photographs
– Copy of latest passport
– Copy of birth certificate
– Copy of immunization records
– Latest NRIC/FIN copies and also a copy of the re-entry permit if PR
– Academic records and proof of promotion from the previous school (Original Transfer Letter/certificate & Report/progress card)
  •  Parent/Guardian
– Passport copies
-Latest passport size photograph -one each
-Latest NRIC/FIN copies and also a copy of the re-entry permit if PR

Yes, A concession of 5% on tuition fees will be given to the younger child.

  1. NETS
  2. Cash &
  3. Cheque

Fee Structure:

Registration Fee: SGD 2000 + 7% GST (One-time non-refundable fee)

Course Fee:

Classes 1 to 5: SGD1000 per month (inclusive of CCAs and ECAs) + 7% GST.

Classes 6 to 8: SGD 1100 per month +7%GST

  • Fee to be collected every two (2) months in advance

Transport Fee: Based on distance (SGD220 to SGD290) +GST

Uniform& Books: Actuals

The academic year begins in the month of April.

*However, New sections of class 1 will commence from January 2019.

There are 2 terms in one academic year namely
  1. April – September
  2. October – March
Hindi, French and Tamil are offered as options for 2nd language
The maximum number of students in each class/section is not more than 25.
School timings for Classes 1 to 8 from Monday to Friday is 9.00am  to  3.40pm
  • June : 1 Month Vacation
  • December : 1 Month Vacation

Yes. However, it will be subject to the location.

  • Monday to Friday: 9.00am – 5.30pm
  • Saturday: 9.30am – 1.00pm (All Saturdays are working days except Public Holidays)
  • Sunday: Holiday

The test aims at understanding gaps in the child’s learning, based on the Standard GIGIS syllabus. It will enable us to develop a customised bridging programme for the child. The test normally takes approximately 1 hour based on the class.*Proficiency test subjects: English and Mathematics

All teachers are academically and professionally qualified with a minimum of 3 years’ experience.

G I G Teacher Selection Policy

  • Academic qualification:  Minimum Bachelor’s degree, preferably master’s degree
  • Professional qualification: Bachelors of Education or Cambridge International Certificate for Teaching and Learning ( CICTL), or any other equivalent Registered with CPE Proficiency in ECA and CCA (desirable)
  • References
A minimum of 2 sessions of ECA will be held in a week.
a) Martial Arts*
b) Basketball
c) Badminton
d) Soccer
e) Swimming*
f) Cricket*
  • *Fees payable for kit and materials
Approximately 1 hour per week.
a) Yoga
b) Performing Arts(Keyboard, Dance & Vocal)
c) Fine Arts
d) Aerobics
e)Robotics*(Class 3 and above)
  • *Fees payable for kit and materials

The Formative Assessment (FA) and Summative Assessment (SA) are:

  • For Classes 1 & 2, there will be 4 FAs
  • For Classes 3 – 8, there are 4 FAs and 2 SAs.

April intake:  Class 1: 5 years and above by 1st April of the Academic year

*Jan 2019 Intake: Class 1: 5 years 9 months as of January of the current year

*New sections will start from Jan 2019

The school is accredited to Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE)

A proficiency test will be taken at the time of enrolment to identify the learning gaps and accordingly, a bridging program will be planned by our extremely experienced teachers in order to facilitate a seamless transition into present class.