EtonHouse is headquartered in Singapore with more than 92 pre-schools and schools spreading across Singapore, China, India, Indonesia, Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Cambodia, Vietnam and Hong Kong today. Together these schools provide high quality international education to over 9,000 children across 61 different nationalities.
At EtonHouse, we believe education is the cornerstone of a successful and fulfilling life. Knowledge and skills provide the framework through which both children and adults see their world. At EtonHouse we also understand that the environment plays a vital role in developing a happy, confident and resourceful child. We therefore lay great emphasis on creating a carefully planned and well resourced environment that is warm, welcoming and engaging.
EtonHouse International Schools and Pre-schools offer an academically rigorous education where children are encouraged to become critical thinkers and lifelong learners through an international, inquiry-based programme. We provide stimulating learning experiences focused on the strengths and needs of individuals. This encourages each child to reach their full potential – academically, socially, emotionally and physically.
EtonHouse fosters a love of learning and provides children with the skills they need to be adaptable and flexible in a rapidly changing world. In our schools, each child is known, encouraged and supported by all staff. Parents are welcome in our schools and we highly value and encourage partnership between home and school.
Watch this video to learn more about EtonHouse, its campuses across Asia, its staff and its pedagogy
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