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Cretors-in-Action ©

Our future-focused curriculum supports our unique Cre8tors-in-Action© educational philosophy aimed at developing Global Citizens by equipping them with the following 8 core competencies:

8 Core Competencies & Attributes

Creators possess the skills to conceptualise an idea and to apply the design process to construct a product. They learn to examine and critique their draft work before making refinements when working towards an original or improved final product.

Creators develop the important understanding that we need to maintain a healthy, balanced and interdependent relationship with our natural and man-made environment. They learn to implement sustainable practices to care for, respect and protect the environment we interact with.

Creators are individuals who can identify a niche, conceptualise, market and deliver an idea, a product or a cause to their target audience. They learn to use a combination of textual, visual, auditory tools and media, coupled with technology, to sell their ideas and products in a creative manner.

Creators see themselves as active global citizens who have a shared agency of our planet. They are passionate about their responsibilities to improve life on Earth. They are advocates of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and know that their actions can be personal, localised or far-reaching.

Creators embrace collaboration and partnership as an effective and efficient way to solving a problem. They understand that others’ strengths can complement or supplement their own. They are willing to adopt different roles in a team as the success of the mission outweighs individual accolade.

Creators challenge their own thinking to come up with new and original ideas that, in turn, challenges others’ thinking and their mindsets. They are able to approach existing issues and situations with alternative viewpoints, in the hope to come up with original ideas, or to better existing ideas.

Creators gain knowledge and awareness by researching into common issues affecting humanity on a personal, community or global basis through a balance of primary and secondary sources of information, and in the process, they might change their mindset and perspective about the issue.

Creators are true leaders who are selfless about taking meaningful actions to impact others and the environment. They are active in the school, local community and beyond and are willing to devote time and energy to community causes that they become passionate about.

The Grange Experience

International Primary Curriculum

The International Primary Curriculum (IPC) at The Grange Institution is a comprehensive curriculum for students 5-12 years old, made up of many exciting, engaging and globally relevant thematic IPC Units of Work, designed around a clear process of learning.

Through a multidisciplinary inquiry-based learning approach, students are encouraged to expand their knowledge, develop important subject and transdisciplinary skills, and deepen their understanding of themselves and the world around them, while also paying attention to their personal development and development of international-mindedness.

Cambridge Primary Curriculum

The Grange Institution is one of the first schools in Singapore to offer the Cambridge Primary Curriculum. The curriculum starts learners on an exciting educational journey, setting out what they should be able to do at each stage of their primary education.

It develops young learners who are confident, responsible, reflective, innovative and engaged. The programme develops students’ foundation knowledge, skills and understanding in English, Mathematics and Science to build students’ foundation knowledge, skills and understanding in these subjects help students make sense of the world around them.

There is a curriculum framework for each Cambridge Primary subject. Each framework is organised into six stages. They reflect the teaching target for each year group and provide comprehensive learning objectives. It develops young learners who are confident, responsible, reflective, innovative and engaged.


All programs at The Grange are full time.

Method of Delivery

  • Face-to-face
  • 10:00am – 4:30pm

Average Teacher-Student Ratio

  • 1:9

Maximum Class Size

  • 24 per class
  • English (Year 1 – 6)
  • Mathematics (Year 1 – 6)
  • Science (Year 1 – 6)

The academic achievement of students are benchmarked according to the following:

  • Cambridge Primary Curriculum
  • Cambridge Primary Checkpoint
  • Thematic Units of Inquiry (Year 1 – 6)
  • Music (Year 1 – 6)
  • Visual Arts (Year 1 – 6)
  • Languages (Year 1 – 6)
  • Health & Physical Education (Year 1 – 6)