Swedish Supplementary Language School Partners Exclusively with Stamford American International School


The Swedish Supplementary School will relocate to Stamford American International School’s centrally-located campus in August 2015, exclusively offering supplementary language classes to the Swedish community in Singapore.

The Swedish Supplementary School has been educating children residing in Singapore in Swedish language and culture for over 20 years. Students, from preschool to year 9, will relocate to Stamford for the weekly program that builds and maintains skills to strengthen affiliation to native Swedish culture.

Stamford offers accessibility for students islandwide, being located just 10 minutes from Orchard and on the doorstep of Woodleigh MRT station. In addition, Stamford’s Senior Library will house the Swedish Supplementary School’s wealth of Swedish books and magazines.

Ana Pharaon Guve, at the Swedish Supplementary School comments:
“Our collaboration with Stamford promises to reach more Swedish children residing in Singapore. Combining our robust teaching standards with Stamford’s world-class facilities and central location we believe we can enhance our ability to support students in achieving their Swedish educational goals. We are delighted to be joining the Stamford community and we are excited for our students to join the welcoming, international spirit that exists at Stamford. This is an exciting next step on our journey.”

State-of-the-art facilities at Stamford include a unique innovation center, in partnership with Bloomberg and Microsoft, and iLEarn facilities support enhanced learning as well as a 500-seat theatre and world-class sports facilities including three swimming pools, two sports arenas, tennis courts and a Golf Academy.

Students and families of the supplementary language school will also have the opportunity to take advantage of the healthy and nutritious food available at Stamford. Stamford’s partnership with acclaimed Chef Emmanuel Stroobant delivers healthy meals and snacks, made daily by his team of
professional chefs and made available through two parent cafes on campus.

Swedish supplementary teaching comprises two hours per week during the school year, delivering Swedish education for over 100 students residing in Singapore. The robust program follows the National Agency for Education curriculum in Swedish delivering active language practice and knowledge of Swedish society, values and culture, enabling children to return to education in Sweden at any time. The school also offers an active parent community and has a library containing a wealth of Swedish books and magazines.


For enquiries and further details please contact:
Stamford American International School

Swedish Supplementary School

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