Insworld Institute is a Singapore-based secondary school that provides British-based education and promotes personalized learning through small class sizes and the provision of support classes to its students.
Established in 2001, the school was officially opened in 2004 by former British High Commissioner, Sir Alan Collins, CMG. 10 years later, his predecessor, British High Commissioner to Singapore HE Antony Phillipson, attended the school’s anniversary celebration as Guest-of-Honour.
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The school also provides extra-curricular activities for its students. These can include Badminton, Basketball, Dance, Futsal, Music, Photography, Table Tennis and Taekwondo.
Insworld Institute has approximately 14 full-time academic staff. The Academic Team is led by the school's Principal, Matthew James Cole.
Insworld Institute considers itself a boutique school with teaching and learning facilities that include:
- 16 classrooms
- Science Laboratory
- Recreation / Multi-Purpose Hall
- Art Gallery
- Study / Resource Room
- Counselling Rooms
- Common Lounge Areas
The school's purpose-built campus is located at 100 Beach Road, #19-06/07 Shaw Tower,189702 Singapore
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