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INTRODUCTION TO Chatsworth International School

Chatsworth International School is a private non-selective international school founded in 1995 that provides the IB Curriculum (PYP, MYP and DP) to children from 3 to 18 years in Singapore.

LOCATION / CAMPUS

The school campus is located in Bukit Timah, a residential estate located in the westernmost part of the Central Region of Singapore and surrounded by one of the last surviving tropical rainforests in Singapore.

CURRICULUM / AGES (GRADES)

Chatsworth International School has been an IB World School since 2004 and is authorised to offer all three programmes of the International Baccalaureate, which include:

Primary Years Programme, for students from Kindergarten to Year 6 (3 to 11 years old).

Middle Years Programme, for students 11 to 16 years old from Year 7 to Year 11 (Grades 6 to 10).

Diploma Programme, for students 16 to 18 years old in Years 12 and 13 (Grades 11-12).

LANGUAGES

Language of Instruction: English.

Extra Languages: The school offers French and/or Mandarin for all students in the primary school. From middle school onwards, the school provides several Languages Pathways, including French, Mandarin, Japanese, and other mother tongue languages supported by external mother tongue tutors.

Language Support: YES. The school provides a supportive EAL (English as an Additional Language) programme for students who need help with their acquisition of English from Years 1 to 11.

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Chatsworth International School offers a variety of Co-curricular activities ( CCAs) and Extracurricular activities (ECAs) in three seasons throughout each academic year. Students in Years 7 to 11 must participate in at least one CCA or sports team per semester.

Some examples of CCAs are arts, music, physical and fitness, interest clubs, and school newsletter. Examples of ECAs are Whizz Kidz photography, clay modelling, debate, swimming, art kids, fun science, Little League soccer, and drumming.

STATISTICS

Number of students: INA

Number of nationalities: 5o different nationalities

Predominant nationality: British, American, Japanese, Indian, Australian and French.

Class size Average: Class sizes are generally small, with the following maximum teacher-student ratio:

  • 2:22 (K1 & K2)
  • 2:24 (Y1-Y2)
  • 1:24 (Y3-13)

Class size Maximum: INA

ADMISSION

Enrolment period: Applications and enrolments in the school are accepted at any time of the year and admissions are subject to approval and space availability within their particular year level.

Waiting list: INA

Admission criteria: INA

School Fees Structure:            Academic Year 2022-2023

Year Level                                                    Annual Payments                  

Kindergarten 1 & 2                                           $ 25,064

Years 1 – 6                                                         $ 29,053

Years 7 – 9                                                         $ 29,559

                                Years 10 – 11                                                       $ 30,885

                               Years 11 -12                                                        $34,432

Fees are payable in advance of each semester. There are two semesters in each academic school year. All fees are quoted in Singapore dollars and include Goods and Services Tax (GST) at the prevailing rate of 7%. GST is subject to change to 8% effective from 1 January 2023.

LEARNING SUPPORT

INA

SCHOOL POLICIES

Uniform: YES.

Student Support: INA

Religion: INA

OTHER SERVICES

School Bus: YES. The school provides transportation for both door-to-door through an independent bus operator and a shuttle service to/from the school and nearby MRT.

Boarding Services: NO.

8 Reviews for Chatsworth International School

Anonymous

72 Reviews

4.6/ 5

Only a few days at school, with two children.

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Anonymous

72 Reviews

3.3/ 5

Feeling sad because the school is closing the campus in Orchard.

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Anonymous

72 Reviews

3.6/ 5

This campus is closing and the management is drilling down…

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Anonymous

72 Reviews

3.9/ 5

No comment

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Anonymous

72 Reviews

3/ 5

The campus in Orchard is closing. The school does not have good management.

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Anonymous

72 Reviews

4.8/ 5

Can recommend to anybody

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Vivi

2 Reviews

Need to improve

2.9/ 5

Not good facilities plus lack of cleanness. Education level has a long way to improve.

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Google - Claire Mear

1 Reviews

Madam 5 has loved her first year

4/ 5

Nice school which we chose over others because it seemed less about the bling factor and more about learning and development.

So far so good for us and it\’s clear the teachers are dedicated along with the teaching assistants who.play an integral role to early development.

The older kids are on the same campus until August and i think it works well but appreciate it\’s expanded over the years. I think.you can tell a good school by it\’s older students sometimes and they are delightful especially at events like the school fete.

Teachers are approachable and engaging however we try and let them crack on with it after all they are the experts.

For this partly came down to location but we haven\’t been disappointed at all.

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