NPSI offers a holistic approach towards the foundation years of a student's life –the primary years. With a unique curriculum developed by our education and curriculum experts, we have created a nurturing and supportive structure within which students learn about themselves and the world we live in.
The primary years at NPSI, from grades 1 to 5, offers a broad based approach towards academics, with emphasis on core subjects such as English, Mathematics, Social Studies and Science. Students are engaged in experiential learning through a variety of resources in order to develop appropriate skill and gain necessary knowledge.
Our class sizes are restricted to an average of 25 students ensuring individualised attention and support to each child. Students are also exposed to art, music, drama, physical education and yoga through additional curricular offerings.
Our primary school students acquire skills and knowledge from a holistically curated curriculum, designed by our in-house academic experts and leadership team. We have created an integrated global curriculum which is based on requirements of both Indian and international educational systems.
The Primary Years cater to students from Grades I through V. The class sizes are restricted to an average size of 25 students ensuring individual attention to each child. The curriculum is broad based with emphasis on the core subjects -English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science and Language.
Students are engaged in experiential learning through a variety of resources in order to develop the appropriate knowledge and skill levels. Art, Music, Drama, Physical Education and Yoga are additional curricular offerings for all students.
UOS (a unique combination of science and social studies, designed specially to create a solid foundation in these topics)
Age of entry as of 30th June (6 years old for grade 1 and automatically adjusted for subsequent grades)
S$1800 per month –12 months fees payable
S$3600 plus GST
Facility Fee (Annual, per student)
Cost -Field Trips, Annual Day, Etc.
S$50 -S$100 (per term)
FPS Premium including admin fee
Student Medical Insurance Premium including administrative charges
(For Mandatory cases and for others who opt in)
Fees payable by 23rd Mar
Fees payable by 23rd Jul
Fees payable by 23rd Nov
Bus / Transport
All fees are subject to GST. Fees are subject to change without notice.
All fees payable via GIRO.
Activities involving specialist outside coaches / trainers or usage of outside facilities may be subject to additional activity fees and will be notified.
Application fee will not be refunded under any circumstance.
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If a student obtains less than 50% in English and Mathematics in two consecutive assessments, the student may be referred for learning support.
The student may be observed in class by the Learning Support Counsellor. If, in the opinion of the Learning Support Counsellor, the student has behavioural/psychological issues, the student may be referred to the internal/external counselor.
Parents may be called for a meeting with the Learning Support Counsellor, to discuss the student’s performance. If a Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT) assessment needs to be done, parental consent shall be obtained. If the problem is more severe, the Learning Support Counsellor may request the parents of the student to have an external assessment done, to identify the problem and frame recommendations on how to support the student in school.
The results of the WRAT may be reviewed with the Principal/Deputy Principal/Senior Coordinator before the commencement of the Learning Support sessions. Written parental consent to commence the Learning Support sessions shall be obtained.
The Learning Support sessions shall be held in-school, during the school day. If sessions are to be held out of school hours, parental consent shall be obtained. The Learning Support Counsellor shall confer with the Home room teacher/subject teachers to identify the periods when the student can be withdrawn from scheduled classes to attend the Learning Support sessions.
If the student has been examined externally and found to have more serious educational needs, the Learning Support Counsellor shall review the external agency’s report and discuss with the parents the report and its recommended measures to support the student. The Learning Support Counsellor shall also brief the Home Room Teacher and relevant subject teachers on recommended accommodations to be made for the student.
The Learning Support Counsellor shall draw up Individual Learning Plans for each student placed under learning support and shall track the performance of the student against these plans termly.
Learning Support for the student may be discontinued if the School feels that the student has achieved the necessary benchmarks and is no longer in need of support or if the parents request in writing for such sessions to be discontinued. The progress of the students under the Learning support shall be reviewed by the Principal/Head of School every month.
In the event of a student having profound needs that cannot be supported by the school, parents will be counselled to seek external help.