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Pio is happy and proud to be at his new school, The Guild International College. It is a caring community with committed teachers and staff. It is the kind of environment that he needs where he can learn more about himself, develop his skills and be ready for work and for life! We are very inspired by the school’s purpose and values to strengthen the wellbeing, enable and empower the students. They offer personalised trade-based program and provide experiences and areas of interest. It gives us sense of promise and hope that opportunities will be available for our children in the future.
Jonet and Red
We moved from London this year to Singapore, a country special to us because we started our family here in the early 2000s. Our 15-year-old son Nicolas has Down Syndrome. He is fully bilingual in French and English and has such energy and zest for life. We have always offered him opportunities for growth in the same way that we have for his older sister. It is in this principle that we searched for an educational team that has the same vision. We also needed the school to be just the right size to assure a secure and nurturing environment. It also has to offer a programme up until his 21st year of age so that we wouldn't have to look for another in 2- or 3-years' time. We found all these criteria at The GUILD International College. It's still early days but so far, Nicolas is always happy to go to school and talks about his activities and his lovely teachers every day. I love that the teaching style is more of thinking 'out-of-the-box' and learning is more on a practical approach. That it's not about the grades, but about advancement in knowledge every day to help Nicolas become a confident individual. Having a teaching team who listens and reacts to feedback is a big bonus. We are look forward to seeing how much progress our son would have made at the end of his first year!