A distinctive private school with International students in Singapore.
We teach a British curriculum, working towards International GCSE and International A-Level examinations and model our approach on the best practices in British and International schools.
Our graduates are offered places at prestigious universities globally - University of Oxford, Imperial College (London), Trinity College Dublin, National University of Singapore and many more.
We work only with small classes, of 4 to 12 students. We can adjust the way we work and what we teach to ensure we meet the needs of each student.
We have a diverse mix of students from different backgrounds, different cultures and different traditions. Students from over 45 countries have studied at Insworld.
We operate a four-term year, with terms beginning in January, March, July and September. Our International GCSE and A-Level programmes are usually completed in six terms (18 months). This allows significant savings in terms of time and cost.
Our A-Level courses provide excellent preparation for students who wish to apply to Medical school. Insworld graduates have progressed to studying Medicine or Dentistry at prestigious universities.
Every student is assigned a personal tutor who will monitor all aspects of their progress. Extra one-to-one tuition is also provided at no extra cost for students who are facing particular academic challenges.
We work closely with parents. Weekly and termly reports are provided on each student’s progress These include formal assessment grades and grades for effort.
Insworld academic programmes are supplemented by a range of extra-curricular activities and outreach activities. These help develop teamwork and cooperation, and also promote social responsibility and awareness.
Students may join Insworld for EITP, International GCSE or A-Level courses, depending on their prior academic achievement and English Language ability. The English for Academic Study programme exists to help students reach the required English Language level before they join an Insworld academic programme.