A diversity of national systems, cultures, and language levels means that we have students at many levels of reading. In order to best meet the needs of our students, students in grades one to six will be assessed in reading comprehension and speaking skills. Reading teachers provide additional guidance and support to students in need through a pull-out program.
All students have five periods of Mathematics per week, including one period of Coding that starts from Junior 1. In the first few weeks of school, students in grades two to six are assessed for their mathematics understanding and learning, and then assigned to maths teachers and study groups. Our goal is to meet the students' level of understanding, tailor a plan for them, and help them to maximise their abilities in the grade-level benchmark.
KIT Education uses the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) along with the International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC), which curricula are internationally recognized educational programmes for children aged 5-11 and 11-14 years respectively developed by Fieldwork Education. IPC is used by over 1000 schools in over 90 countries, while IMYC is implemented by over 140 schools in over 50 countries worldwide.
The aim of the program is to develop each student’s intellectual potential to its fullest with the help of an innovative methodology that approaches teaching through topics (units) rather than subjects. Looking at this vast range of topics through the multiple lenses of Geography, Science, History, Music and Art, IPC teaches children not what to think, but rather how to think, developing their highly transferable skills such as critical and innovative thinking, team work as well as international mindedness.
Each Unit of Work in the Primary/Secondary Curriculum is designed around one core purpose: Improving Children's Learning.
The Subject Learning Goals are broken down into three different types of learning - Factual Knowledge, Important life Skills and Conceptual Understanding. Science is an integral part of many selected units in our curriculum, and children can enjoy the hands-on learning experience in our amazing science class.For more information about our curricula and Fieldwork Education, please click
In KIT Education Singapore we believe each student is unique and talented in their own way.
Our goal is to encourage them to be confident by providing an exceptional learning environment and global opportunities.
We are here to help discover and support your child's unique talents.
IPC and IMYC Units of Work
Our tailor-made courses for young artists provide unique opportunities and tutoring for students with artistic skills. From inspiration, teaching, development, and encouragement - our professional team will provide complete guidance to children to reach their full potential and discover their unique style.
The Young Artist Course encourages children and young people to expand their imagination and develop their skills. We encourage experimental work and exploration, so all students can start to realise their new potential. This is an important course, which allows creative students to find a place to express themselves, and develop their unique skills.
All students have two sessions of Art (in most of the school it is only one session per week), and one session of Music per week, two sessions of PE per week.
All students receive one hour of instruction in the ICT and library every two weeks. All students will take ICT courses in their home basic classes.
All students receive chess instruction once a week.
Students who enjoy these areas may join optional lunchtime activities in the library, organised sport, art, music, chess, and ICT.
Music, Art, Drama, Public Speaking
After school clubs are closed once a week in each semester and are provided in elementary schools. All club activities will be of high quality. Students can choose to enrol in activities such as art and craft, drama, chess.
Other opportunities include our annual music production, school choir, and chess team.
Reading and Comprehension