The Grange International Preschool (TGIP) is an affiliated preschool of The Grange Institution, welcoming students who are Singaporeans, Permanent Residents (PR) or holding a Dependent Pass (DP). TGIP joins a family of over 20,000 students and a network of more than 120 schools in Asia as part of the network of schools under Crestar Education Group.

The Grange lies along a stretch of lush greenery at Yio Chu Kang Road.

Our campus nestles within a lush 3-acre plot of land along Yio Chu Kang Road, with superb connections to all parts of Singapore. We recognise that the rich outdoors provide a refreshing learning extension of the classroom for our students. The serene environment with its rich eco-diversity also allows our teachers deliver unique learning experiences to our young students.

TGIP will cater to young learners from 3 to 6 years old. The main curriculum at TGIP will be the International Early Years Curriculum (IEYC) with a focus on bilingual development in English and Mandarin.
Our Mission Statement:

Our mission is to provide a dynamic and creative environment, inspiring excellence, and developing happy, confident and responsible members of society.

Our Core Values:

Respect – An expression of the due regard for the feelings, wishes, and rights of other people and things.

Responsibility – The state of having a duty to exercise control reliably and dependably.

Creativity – The use of imagination or original ideas to create something; inventiveness.

Self-Discipline and Respect Policy

At The Grange, we expect all adults and students to model and develop a set of personal goals that governs how we respect, socialise and communicate with one another in the community and with others outside our community.

We believe every one of us at The Grange has the responsibility to exercise self-discipline and respect towards ourself, others and our environment.

We exercise self-discipline by being mindful of how our attitudes, words, actions and body language can affect ourselves and people around us. We maintain a growth mindset that mistakes are inevitable but we can learn from these challenges and opportunities. We know that even the best written rules and regulations cannot replace the important skills of self-discipline. When the students are young, we expect the adults to provide guidance and intervention but the ultimate goal should be students knowing what’s right and wrong.

With a diverse demographic of nationalities and cultures that are already in the school, we cannot over emphasise the importance of showing respect. We gain the respect of others by respecting ourselves; we show respect for others as we seek to understand similarities and difference in our ways of lives, beliefs and perspectives; we respect not just humans but also living things with whom we share this planet; and we develop a genuine respect and love of our man-made and natural environment to prevent any damage to it before even thinking about actions to save it.