Saturday Football Club

The Saturday Football Club was started in 2013 by the parents of the students. The club is open to all students from PYP2 to MYP2 and runs every Saturday from 8.30am to 9.30am. Children come together to learn the skills required to play the game and are led by enthusiastic parent coaches. The occasi

Leadership and Life Skills ECA:

In our current globalised and competitive world a powerful first impression is imperative to make sure the perception of you is exactly how you want it to be. Our parent volunteer is working with students from grades MYP1 to DP on a number of factors ranging from how to communicate through effective

MYP Math Olympiad Training and PYP Math Club

On December 10, 2016, forty PYP3-PYP5 students and fifty-59 MYP 1-5 students gave the SOF 10th International Mathematics Olympiad.  Each student gave their best during the rigorous one hour exam.  Results will be expected in early 201, but our students are commended for being risk-takers and takin

THIMUN SINGAPORE

Six of our students participated in the THIMUN conference at Singapore last week.  It was a happy mix of learning and fun. Being a part of such a big conference was an overwhelming experience but they quickly learnt to get their voices heard in the vibrant and engaging debates.  Here are some of t

Preschool Christmas Concert

Thereafter the children mesmerised us with their effortless performances, whether it was PS1 melting away as snowmen, PS2 singing their parts impromptu or PS3 creating musical snowflakes, on tuned percussion or as wonderful dancers . Each year group’s performance was  unique in it’s own way and

Digestive System

She began by asking students to eat a piece of fruit and to focus on what happens to it once it is inside their mouth. She drew their attention to how the different teeth inside,  together with the saliva and tongue  make up the first step of the Digestive System. Moving on, she used a […]

PYP1: Terrific Transportation

  An Interview with Mr. Sawant- As we set about inquiring into our school transportation system, the children drew up an impressive list of more than thirty things they  wanted to find out about our school buses. Who better to ask these questions to, than our very own Head of Transportation, M