Give your child the perfect school day

EARLY YEARS

18 months to 6 years

True to our ethos of providing holistic education from the heart, we offer the perfect school day for your child with a combination of stimulating curriculum and extensive enrichment opportunities, which not only provide playful fun and learning for children, they allow families to extend the school day in either the morning, afternoon, or both.

At the Early Learning Village, we offer you the opportunity to design the school week to suit your family needs and extend the day with sports and play through our Co-Curricular Activities (CCA). We recognize convenience plays a big part and it is ultimately important for busy parents. With the Breakfast and Afternoon Club, parents can choose to drop their child as early as 7.15am or pick their child till 7pm and they will be entertained with activities and fed a healthy meal under the supervision of our dedicated Club Crew.

Book your place for the Open House and find out how our Village offers all under one roof for your child.

Join our Expert Panel Series #3: IB Education and What does it entails

ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY

6 years to 18 years

Hear from IB experts who will talk about the benefits of the IB education, how an IB education helps to get a student to be ahead of the curve, whether it is recognized worldwide, the uniqueness of the dual pathways at Stamford and what Stamford has to offer through the IB Program. Plus, the opportunity to engage and interact with our IB experts and ask any burning questions you have about IB.  Popular questions about the IB will be covered during the panel

A proudly non-selective school, Stamford aims to provide a leading international education to children from diverse backgrounds. We offer the full IB Program, aligned to U.S. AERO standards and offers multiple graduating pathways aligned to student's capabilities, interests and ambitions.

 

Book your place for the IB Expert Panel and discover how you can help your child at home to be ahead of the IB education curve.