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Invictus International School’s inaugural Open House and campus visit by Singapore Ambassador

Invictus International School’s inaugural Open House and campus visit by Singapore Ambassador

Cambodia Investment Review

Invictus International School welcomed H.E. Ms. Teo Lay Cheng, Singapore Ambassador to the Kingdom of Cambodia, accompanied by Mr. Ong Wei Jie, Attaché (Administration and Technical) for an official campus visit.

Hosted by Dr. Koh Thiam Seng, Executive Vice-President and Director of Education, Mr. Gan Chin Huat, Senior Vice-President and Director of Schools, Mr. Charles Tong, Senior Vice-President and Superintendent and Ms. Yuen Kah Wai, Vice-President and Deputy Principal. 

Invictus International School
H.E. Ms Teo Lay Cheng looks on at the schools top class science facilities.

A purpose-designed school 

Ambassador Teo spent an hour touring the purpose-designed school, with conducive learning spaces, large areas for physical activities and Cambridge-certified science labs. Classes were in-session as teachers demonstrated the unique pedagogy for mathematics and Singapore Chinese. 

The Ambassador was also invited to sign an impressionist art piece of the Invictus building to be displayed at the school. In her closing remarks, Ambassador Teo spoke about the importance of mainstreaming investments in education in response to shifting global challenges. 

The schools pre-school classroom experience.

She added: “The Singapore brand of education has achieved consistently high international rankings. The Invictus International School is strongly anchored in the Singapore national curriculum and its competitive fee structure gives parents more options to choose from.” 

A strong Singapore-Cambridge curriculum

As a token of appreciation, Ambassador Teo was gifted a Chinese calligraphy, 刚强坚毅 meaning “Unconquerable”, the school’s motto. The following day, on 28 May, Invictus organized its inaugural Open House event, well attended by over 100 people, and supported by eight partner businesses and vendors. 

Year 4 music students Ukeleke performance at Open House.

Workshop topics included Singapore’s method of Math and Chinese, the mechanics and relevance of IGCSE and International A-Levels and a study abroad presentation. Parents and children participated in an immersive classroom experience for pre-school, primary and secondary levels. 

Mr. Charles Tong, Senior Vice-President and Superintendent said “The school has rich and ready physical resources, a strong Singapore-Cambridge curriculum, as well as a pool of experienced teachers and a team of strong educational leaders for steady growth and development.”

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