Our Courses

Razum International School is proud to offer Curriculum based on world renowned Singapore Mathematics and English for primary age students (5-12 years old). Our curriculum is designed to be enquiry based, engaging and relevant to international students.  

Our curriculum is expertly crafted by our team so that it can be delivered within a 4- hour day, over the course of 10 months; from August to June. The maximum student-to-teacher ratio is 18 to 1. 

Full-time courses for students age 5-12

Course Level          Age of students*

Year 1                 5 years old

Year 2                 6 years old

Year 3                 7 years old

Year 4                 8 years old

Year 5                 9 years old

Year 6                 10 years old


*at the beginning of the Academic year  

RAZUM International School - Our Courses

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Course Objectives

Razum offers preparatory courses. Its objective is to equip foreign students to reach levels of competence in English and Mathematics that will gain them admission into international schools, and to fill any gaps in information and skills so that foreign students may be on par with international schools students.

At Razum, we value student centered hands on enquiry based learning. Our engaging curriculum creates an opportunity for students to master their skills and knowledge while becoming lifelong learners with an open mindset.

Information about Courses

How We Conduct Assessments For Each Course

All learning is assessed both formatively and summatively. This process is circular and informs planning, teaching and student learning. We have scheduled 3 formal reporting meetings within the school year.

  • Parent teacher conferences in Term One

  • Student Led Learning journey in Term Three

Parents will also be provided with two School Reports on learning and progress as well as regular updates and communications from teachers through a variety of platforms. We practice transparent, positive and healthy communication with parents and believe this leads to strong learning partnerships between the home and school.