Digital campus focused on post-pandemic learning
One World International School (OWIS) is set to open a new campus at Suntec Convention Centre in the heart of Singapore, incorporating academic facilities designed to enhance learning outcomes.
The Suntec campus will commence operations from August 2021 and cater to the learning needs of students from kindergarten to Grade 8. The campus has the capacity to accommodate 700 students.
OWIS provides international education to students in a values-driven program that promotes the mindful use of technology underpinned by kindness.
“Our education philosophy believes in the mindful use of technology, underpinned by values of kindness, and aims to provide holistic education to students to encourage them to be open-minded, global learners,” said Mark Renie, Head of School for OWIS Suntec campus.
The new campus is in addition to a planned bespoke facility under construction in the Singapore district of Punggol, which is scheduled to commence operations in the year 2023. OWIS Digital Campus @Punggol is being built on a budget of S$100m and is described as a futuristic, 21st-century campus designed to deliver on learning needs in a post-pandemic era.
The OWIS Digital Campus @Punggol will be a K–12 school spread over a 20,000 m2 gross floor area with the capacity to accommodate 1500 students. It will offer the International Baccalaureate curriculum and serve students from the central, eastern and northern parts of Singapore.
For more information on OWIS Punggol Digital Campus, click here.
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