Focus on students
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Both Lee and Sinclair are staunch proponents of skillbased activities, which nurture students’ creativity, articulateness, initiative, interpersonal skills and ability to work under pressure.
For example, students of Matrix Global Schools perform in the annual musicals without any lip-syncing or prompters, represent the state for chess, squash and gymnastic, and even represented the country in the Petrosains competition in Singapore.
With students from more than 12 countries, Matrix Global Schools prepares students for the future by ensuring that they are exposed to different cultures and learning methods.
Not only does it employ a combination of expatriate and local teachers, it also has more than 10 teachers who focus on English as a Second Language, offering intensive English immersion programmes as well as English scaffolding for those in need of support.
At Matrix Global Schools, learning does not stop at day school but continues at the Matrix Global School Boarding House.
The House currently provides life skills to more than 120 students and expects another 300 students to move in from January to March next year.
Here, students learn basic living skills such as doing house chores, taking care of themselves and adhering to house rules in a loving home environment.
Witness for yourself the splendour of Matrix Global Schools’ Harry Potter-like atmosphere by visiting the campus, which was not only designed based on a British school but also contains a Britishstyle boarding house.
The January 2018 intake is ongoing and early bird discounts for Matrix Private School is x
At Matrix Global Schools, emphasis is placed on the way students learn instead of the teaching methods of educators.