Dynamics International School is
Accepting Enrollment for 2021 Now!
Being an inclusive and integrative mainstream school, we accept learners of all diversity who could be supported within the school's means. Lessons and syllabus will be taught according to the pace and ability of the students in the classroom.
Teacher to student ratio for mainstream classrooms is 1:8 and special education classrooms is 1:3.
A placement assessment will be done to ascertain the level of ability and needs of the student before placing the student in a class that is suitable.
Dynamics International School (DIS) is an inclusive and integrated mainstream school; we accept students without learning needs (for our mainstream academic classes) and students with learning needs or difficulties (for our special education support classes). Our mainstream academic classes are designed for typically developing students. They will go through inquiry-based learning and research to learn. They will be nurtured to use a higher order of thinking in learning and applying concepts researched to real world situations. DIS teachers will be able to teach, coach and work with your child based on his or her strengths and interests. The learning of some students in the mainstream classes, may also be supplemented and supported by our in-house psychologists, speech therapists and occupational therapists, should the need arise.
School Hours: 8.30am to 2.30pm
Dynamics International School welcomes all students to be part of the DIS family. As we embrace the diversity of today’s world; we strive to support our students in building an awareness that everyone is unique and we can learn and co-exist in the right environment.
Inclusive in actions, learning and thinking, we believe in teaching students in accordance to their learning profiles. Learning will take place in a multi-sensory and multi-modality manner, regardless of the class the student is placed in.
Integrated in structure, system and environment, we believe that we can create a safe and nurturing environment for students with and without special needs to co-exist in the school and develop their best holistically.