- learining at SKIS
- Elementary school
1. Korean Identity Education
SKIS offers students the opportunity to feel proud of Korean culture through
diverse Korean language and cultural programs. Students take part in intensive
Korean language courses, Korean history classes, and cultural activities such
as Samulnori(Korean traditional percussion quartet) and Taekwondo. These classes
and activities allow students to develop a national identity and independence as Koreans.
2. Bridge Education
SKIS focuses on well-organized trilingual education for future global leaders. Our co-teacher system, in which Korean and English homeroom teachers
work together, helps students improve their Korean and English skills. In addition, Chinese teachers teach YCT(Youth Chinese Test), which is appoved
officially by the Chinese government. Students will recognize their achievement in Korean, English, and Chinese.
SKIS is also engaged in a friendship program and sports day with international schools(German school, Hollandse school, and Swiss school) in the Bukit
Timah neighborhood. Our exchange programs with Singapore local schools give our students opportunities cultural exchange and integration in Singapore.
3. STEAM Education
Our STEAM(science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) program is designed to build up comprehensive cognition, problem-solving, cooperation, creative thinking, and conflict resolution by setting personal and group
goals. Also, SKIS provides special education for gifted and talented students. Various methodologies like PBL(Problem
Based Learning) and research projects give them the opportunity to discover new talents and develop existing strengths,
critical thinking, and teamwork.
The Club Activities(CA) every Friday give a variety of experiences to students including book club, computer software
club, golf, horseback riding, K-pop dance, paper crafts and many more. After school Co-Curricular Activities(CCA) at
SKIS ranging from ELS class, sports, arts, music, science and maths spark new interests and nurture individual talents.
4. Holistic Education
SKIS places emphasis on holistic human development. Students
can improve their leadership skills, problem-solving, and
social responsibility with our unique monthly Cokosing
projects. Schemes include fundraising for charity, voluntary
services in the community, and campaigns to foster values
such as politeness and compassion. These valuable moral
activities promote ethical behavior and ensure that
our students recognize the importance of
responsibility toward others. Students take action to make
the community and the world a better place.