Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  • Term 1 – August to October
  • Term 2 – October to December
  • Term 3 – January to March
  •  Term 4 – April to June
  • Preschool: 8.45am to 3.30pm
  • Primary School: 8.45am to 3.30pm
  • Secondary School (Year 7 only): 8.45am to 3.30pm


Year Level Entry
Age Group
Kindergarten 14 – 5 years
Kindergarten 2/ Year 15 – 6 years

Primary School

Year Level EntryAge Group
Year 26 – 7 years
Year 37 – 8 years
Year 48 – 9 years
Year 59 – 10 years
Year 610 – 11 years

Secondary School

Year Level EntryAge Group
Year 711 – 12 years
Around 480 students from more than 50 countries with no dominant nationality group.
  • Pre-Nursery - 1 : 4
  • Nursery One - 1 : 8
  • Nursery Two - 1 : 10
  • Kindergarten 1 - 1 : 12
  • Kindergarten 2 - 1 : 12
  • Year 2 - 7 - 1 : 24

EtonHouse Broadrick is offering the following programmes

  • IB Preschool Programme
  • IB Primary Years Programme
  • Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE)

Bilingual Programme

Students enrolling for the Bilingual Programme are required to take an English and Chinese admission test, which consists of reading, writing and a short interview from Y1 onwards

English Admission Test

Students from non-native English speaking countries are required to take an English admission test, which consists of reading, writing and a short interview from Y6 onwards.

Yes. Pertaining to Student Pass applications, the school will initiate the process with the Immigration and Checkpoint Authority of Singapore. A Registration Acknowledgement Letter (with specific instructions) will be emailed to the applicant thereafter for online application.

EAL (English as an Additional Language) is provided for students as an additional language choice from Year 1 to Year 7, and it is conducted 3 times a week. Intensive EAL is provided for students with a weak English foundation, and it is conducted 5 times a week.

The integrated bilingual programme is taught with where there is a Mandarin teacher in each class along with the English speaking core teacher. This offers children a spontaneous environment for learning Mandarin.

Students can purchase their meal from the school, for the academic year. The food is served in the canteen, prepared by the kitchen in Broadrick. Alternatively, students can bring their own packed lunch. There is a fridge in the kitchen, and students are welcome to use the fridge for food that requires refrigeration.

Two-way transport is available. The school bus managed by a third party company. Parents may email [email protected] for more information.

The School Uniform may be purchased directly from the school campus.

Our school practises rolling enrolment because we understand that some relocation plans are unforeseen or last minute. As long as there are places available and that students meet all entrance requirements, we are able to admit students throughout the year.

Chinese and Spanish is offered as an additional language. For students who are weaker in English, EAL is offered in place of the additional language offering.

Students from Year 5 onwards, are required to have their own laptop to facilitate learning through technology. Requirements: Laptop or hybrid with a Quad Core Processor of i5 or above and a minimum of 4GB of RAM.

ECAs are held on Mondays to Wednesdays from 3.45pm to 4.30pm. Students may select up to three ECAs per week. Buses will be provided to take your child home if required.

This page was last edited on January 2, 2019