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ISS International School

Key Features
1. In 2001, the school founded a local charity, The Scholastic Environment Fund, for local and international students to collaborate on environmental projects
2. The school hosts a training centre for migrant workers to help them upgrade their skills

ISS, one of the longest established international schools in Singapore, has been serving the international community for over 30 years. Located in two campuses in central Singapore, it serves 750 students from over 55 different nations along with a sister school in Beijing, China. Significant collaboration between the schools allows for expertise sharing, teacher exchange programmes and student Mandarin language camps.
With its vision “Educating to make a difference”, ISS drives its inclusive programmes that serve a wide range of learners and the effort speaks volumes about its impressive records. For instance, its Mother Tongue Programme imbibes the commitment to meet diverse learning needs of the students that allows them to polish up their home language. Its engagement with the IB philosophy and teaching and learning approach to offer the IB Primary Years, Middle Years and Diploma demonstrate its inclination in creating a seamless continuum of learning for students aged between 4 and 18 years.
ISS also has programmes to support the needs of students with special talents or gifts as well as students that learn differently to hone their skills. Its internationally renowned service learning programme helps foster leadership, communication and global citizenship skills among its students. Several students have won international awards for their efforts

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