High Potential Learners
Academic rigour is not just about grades, entrance tests, exams or university placements – although these can be a welcome result of academic rigour. Academic rigour is a process and is about culture, the environment and the conditions that provide opportunities for all students to be engaged, challenged and supported. Dulwich College (Singapore) is an academically selective school with an emphasis on a rich, well-rounded education including sport, music, the performing arts and a wide range of other co-curricular activities.
Following an enriched English National Curriculum with an international perspective, the approach is to bring out the best in every student, equipping them to meet and exceed the end of year expectations of equivalent year groups in the UK. ‘Students come first’ is at the heart of everything at Dulwich, and learning experiences are designed with the needs, talents and capabilities of students as the focus. Helping students cultivate their own voice and choice in the way they learn, and enabling them to become mature learners who can take ownership of their learning, is a big part of life at Dulwich. The College challenges each child to be the best they can be and supports them in developing a lifelong love of learning.