SCIA (Primary) inculcates a curiosity towards learning and maximises the students’ potential. Through a broad range of academic and co-curricular experiences, students develop into confident and compassionate individuals; ready to contribute to society and the world.
SCIA adopts Singapore’s primary school syllabus and curriculum for core subjects, namely English, Mathematics and Science. At the end of Grade 6, students will take the Cambridge Primary Checkpoint which gives valuable feedback on students’ strengths and weaknesses before they progress to the next stage of education.
(6-7 years old)
(7-8 years old)
(8-9 years old)
(9-10 years old)
(10-11 years old)
(11-12 years old)
|Full Day (07:45 – 15:30)|
|CCAs are incorporated inside the timetable|
The students participate enthusiastically in many local, regional and global competitions in math, English, science to foster a healthy competitive spirit. Competitions help students to succeed by building their self- awareness and confidence, strengthening relationships via collaboration and teamwork, developing their creativity and problem-solving skills and motivating them to have a deeper understanding of the subject matter.
Lessons begin by setting the expectations for the day. By singing songs, sharing experiences, and reviewing materials together, students are mentally prepared for the day ahead.
Students are provided with many opportunities throughout the academic year to develop their personal talent and confidence in stage and public performances. Many of these performances are platforms for cultural celebrations such as Lunar New Year, Khmer New Year or Christmas.
Besides learning business concepts and skills, students undertake tactile, heuristic activities which equip them with entrepreneurial attitudes and aptitudes. They then put their skills and knowledge to work at the end of each academic year by setting up a small business in the school’s market day bazaar to benefit a local charity.
The students have many occasions to share their cultures, traditions, experiences, ideas, passions and creativity and make new friends through online and onsite exchange programmes with local and international schools in Cambodia as well as schools in Singapore.
While English is the main language of instruction, our primary school students also learn Chinese and Khmer languages. Not only do students build literacy skills and competencies in these languages in the classrooms, but they also increase their proficiency through language and cultural events at school.
Employing the pedagogical methods used in Singapore primary schools, the students gain knowledge and comprehension to apply and analyse mathematical facts, concepts, rules and formulae.
By partaking in a range of physical activities, students develop an understanding of effective and safe physical performances that contribute to better physical, mental and social health and overall well-being.
During post-exam weeks, students go on fun yet educational school/field trips to gain new and varied hands-on experiences in environments beyond the school campus.
Every week, students attend assembly where they listen to and watch a presentation by teachers on a range of topics such as empathy, social responsibility, teamwork, integrity, bullying, healthy relationships or self-discipline. Students start each school day with a 15-minute period of silent reading to improve focus and enhance self-discipline; ready for the day's lessons & activities.
The students enquire the ability to make sense of information, evaluate evidence and solve challenging problems through inquiry-based experiential approaches to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) education, which includes robotics and coding.
The syllabus is designed for students to use the language correctly and to, comprehend textual information, understand spoken English, pronounce and articulate words clearly, and read fluently with appropriate expression and rhythm. The curriculum aims to enable students to communicate confidently and effectively and develop critical skills to respond to various information, media and texts with enjoyment and understanding.
The syllabus is designed for students to gain knowledge, comprehend, apply and analyse the mathematical facts, concepts, rules and formulae. Students are expected to perform computations, solve routine or familiar mathematical problems, and analyse data such that they can solve unfamiliar problems.
The syllabus is designed for students to gain scientific knowledge, interpret information and investigate the world around them using these process skills: Inferring; Predicting; Analysing; Evaluating; Generating Possibilities; Formulating Hypotheses; Communicating.
The syllabus is designed to lay a strong foundation in building students' language skills in listening, speaking, reading, writing, and integrated language use, as well as interactive skills for authentic language application. It also encourages the understanding of Chinese culture.
The syllabus aims to develop students’ visual literacy to enhance their ability to observe and perceive the world with increased awareness and aesthetic sensitivity. Students develop their sensory awareness, creativity, and ability to communicate ideas through art disciplines.
The syllabus provides opportunities for students to listen to and perform music, encouraging aesthetic and emotional development, self-discipline and creativity. As a result, students enhance their appreciation and enjoyment of music.
The syllabus prepares students to be citizens of tomorrow by helping them better understand the world's interconnectedness and appreciate the complexities of the human experience.
The syllabus encourages students to enjoy and appreciate the Khmer language and culture.
Through explicit teaching and experiential learning, this programme develops students' performance and moral character to Think Good, Do Good and Be Good. Students will also enhance their global awareness and develop leadership skills to be equipped to positively impact the world around them by the end of the 12-year programme.
The syllabus encourages enjoyment in physical activity by allowing students to participate in various physical activities and develop an understanding of effective and safe physical performance that contributes to better health and well-being.
The syllabus focuses on teaching ICT skills to students; to reflect, discuss and consider the implications of using ICT hardware and software. This will enhance their 21st Century skills as they confidently communicate, collaborate, handle information, and support their problem-solving, recording, and expressive work. Students will also be engaged in cyber wellness and ethics to be responsible internet users.
This unique programme brings the business world into the classroom and gives students insights into thinking and acting like entrepreneurs. Students not only learn business concepts and skills but are equipped with a range of vital life skills for use in planning and organisation, communication and financial management by the end of the 12-year programme.
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