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Singapore American School Early Learning Center

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The early learning program at Singapore American School is inspired by the early childhood philosophy of Reggio Emilia in Italy. We encourage students to find out about things that genuinely matter to them. The early learning center emphasis on concept-based and inquiry-driven learning means classes develop their own projects, guided by teachers who design and engage learning around student's interests. Our early learning center features bright learning communities filled with kid-friendly spaces. Each learning community accommodates two classes that work collaboratively with a focus on learning through relationships. Three outdoor areas provide open-air learning opportunities and room to run and play. The atrium, our community space, hosts a library nook, block area, makerspace, and dress-up corner. Our talented teachers love seeing where their classes will take them. Projects can extend to weeks and even months, branching out in new and sometimes unexpected directions. Some inquiries have culminated in letters to experts, petitions for change, the pursuit of sustainability opportunities, or student-made videos.

CAMPUS LOCATION: 40 Woodlands Street 41, Singapore 738547
CONTACT: +65 6363 3403   
EMAIL: sasinfo@sas.edu.sg

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The early learning program at Singapore American School is inspired by the early childhood philosophy of Reggio Emilia in Italy. We encourage students to find out about things that genuinely matter to them. The early learning center emphasis on concept-based and inquiry-driven learning means classes develop their own projects, guided by teachers who design and engage learning around student's interests. Our early learning center features bright learning communities filled with kid-friendly spaces. Each learning community accommodates two classes that work collaboratively with a focus on learning through relationships. Three outdoor areas provide open-air learning opportunities and room to run and play. The atrium, our community space, hosts a library nook, block area, makerspace, and dress-up corner. Our talented teachers love seeing where their classes will take them. Projects can extend to weeks and even months, branching out in new and sometimes unexpected directions. Some inquiries have culminated in letters to experts, petitions for change, the pursuit of sustainability opportunities, or student-made videos.
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