Chatsworth In­ter­na­tional School

Expat Living (Singapore) - - Schools -

Ye­van, Yanik and Yevin have been at Chatsworth since Jan­uary 2016. Our twins Yanik and Yevin were taken un­der the wings of ex­pe­ri­enced and car­ing teach­ers who wel­comed them into their class­rooms and helped in­stil a sense of con­fi­dence. The foun­da­tion pro­vided in Year 1 has helped them en­joy their school­work and learn­ing ex­pe­ri­ence.

Ye­van joined the school from a lo­cal pri­mary school in Year 4. His teach­ers helped him gain con­fi­dence and he is en­joy­ing his stud­ies. They have helped Ye­van to un­der­stand the im­por­tance of school­work and to in­quire and un­der­stand things for him­self. We be­lieve this is an es­sen­tial skill which can be ap­plied later in life to any sit­u­a­tion.

Ye­van has been rac­ing for two years in com­pet­i­tive go-kart­ing and Yevin has com­menced as well this year. Ses­sions can some­times be dur­ing school hours, but the school is ex­tremely sup­port­ive and un­der­stand­ing, en­sur­ing that they don’t miss out on their school­work. Fur­ther­more, Chatsworth re­cently had an as­sem­bly to cel­e­brate the achieve­ments that stu­dents had out­side school. This shows an in­ter­est in the stu­dents’ dreams, as­pi­ra­tions and achieve­ments within the school and be­yond it.

We’ve al­ways known of the school as it’s near our home, and the Chatsworth com­mu­nity is more like a fam­ily than a school. The prin­ci­pals hap­pily greet par­ents and stu­dents each morn­ing, there is a sup­port­ive fam­ily at­mos­phere, and our kids have grown in con­fi­dence and per­sonal

There is an in­ter­est in the stu­dents’ dreams, as­pi­ra­tions and achieve­ments not only within the school but be­yond it.

Yo­han David and Roshika Ranas­inghe, Bri­tish and Sri Lankan; Ye­van (9), Yanik (7), Yevin (7) and Sha­nara (5)

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