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Want Your Kids To Be Fluent In English AND Mandarin? This School In Singapore Has The Perfect Solution

Dulwich College (Singapore) opened its state-of-the-art campus in August 2014.

The College is an academically selective, co-educational day school that follows a British curriculum enhanced for international students. Its holistic education is complemented by extensive enrichment and cocurricular programmes. It offers a dual-language programme in English and Mandarin for early years students plus daily Mandarin classes through Junior School.

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Dulwich College (Singapore)
71 Bukit Batok West Avenue 8, 658966
Tel: 6890 1003

Year established: 2014
Ages Taught: 2 to 18 years
School Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 3:35 p.m.
Term Times + Holidays:
Term 1: 21 Aug. – 13 Dec. 2020
(Half-term: 12-20 Oct. 2020)
Term 2: 6 Jan. – 3 Apr. 2021
(Half-term: 25 Jan. – 2 Feb. 2021)
Term 3: 20 Apr. – 26 Jun. 2021
(Mini half-term: 23-26 May 2021)
Admissions: Applications are accepted throughout the year, with dedicated open mornings and evenings for DUCKS, Junior School and Senior School. To make a booking, visit singapore.dulwich.org. For more information or to request a campus tour, contact its Admissions team at 6890 1003 or admissions@dulwich-singapore.edu.sg.

From The Finder Kids, Vol. 28, March 2020

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