Considering a move to Singapore? Sir Manasseh Meyer International School (SMMIS) is a not-for-profit child-centred school offering a rigorous international education in state-of-the-art-facilities.
Moving can be stressful — with a seemingly endless list of things to organise. And right at the top is, securing your children a spot at school.
Sir Manasseh Meyer International School is “Small By Design”, accommodating just 275 pupils, ensuring that each child is nurtured, known and loved. In this close school community, your child can flourish and reach their full potential. The SMMIS educational philosophy is one that teaches resilience, collaboration, independence and perseverance with a strong emphasis on pastoral care and wellbeing.
Small in size doesn’t mean a lack of facilities! Sir Manasseh Meyer International School boasts a 450-seat auditorium, a roof-top swimming pool, sports pitches, basketball courts, science labs, music and art rooms AND a makerspace.
The community is diverse and counts 24 nationalities and six faiths amongst its student body, who can all enjoy learning from the vibrant Jewish values, traditions and culture that the school upholds.
When it comes to curriculum, SMMIS cherry-picks from the best there is. Reggio Emilia and the Australian Early Years Learning Framework for its youngest pre-school students, followed by the IPC blended with the Singapore Maths Curriculum and the UK National Curriculum for Literacy in Primary School. In Secondary School, students continue with the IMYC which leads into the globally recognised IGCSE exams in Grade 10. Mandarin and Hebrew are taught as modern foreign languages.
You might think that such a quality education will come with an eye-watering price tag but think again. As a not-for-profit school backed by a philanthropic trust, your child’s education at Sir Manasseh Meyer International School is affordable. There’s also a sibling discount and a hot lunch is provided daily.
Enrolments are now open so book your school tour today — either virtually or in person.