Vibrant Campus Experience
Situated on 32,000 sqm along the west coast of Singapore, the OWIS Nanyang campus is a dynamic environment for students to learn, grow and develop into global citizens. From our classrooms to our outdoor sporting fields, every part of the OWIS campus has been intentionally designed to reflect our ideals – balance, autonomy, and international mindedness – and cultivate your child’s passion for learning. Our student-centered approach to campus design elevates education and inspires future leaders.
Dynamic classrooms develop
inquisitive young minds.
Every classroom at OWIS is designed to catalyze your child’s development into a well-rounded, global citizen. Our classrooms are built to be flexible, adaptable learning environments, including modular furniture, which encourage teamwork and cooperative learning. We limit all our class sizes to 24 students, giving each student the freedom to learn, explore, move, and cultivate their curiosity.
Cutting-edge technology brings learning to life.
From Apple TVs to iPads, we incorporate technology into daily classroom life and lessons in a meaningful, responsible manner. Technology in the classroom helps our students to think, question, explore, and learn about the world around them. Our classrooms are equipped with iPads, Macbooks, and interactive LED screens. Speakers provide sound reinforcement for learning activities. All students may use lockers with access control.
Outdoor learning opportunities foster stewardship in the natural world.
Imagine your child walking down a quiet footpath through a miniature rainforest filled with native plants, fragrant flowers, butterflies, and hummingbirds. At OWIS Nanyang, our primary students experience this magical world daily when they visit the OWIS Miniature Forest, one of the five outdoor “Nature Classroom” offerings on our campus. For young students, learning to appreciate nature requires more than simple observation: it requires interaction. From the Berms and Sand Pit to the Sensory Garden and Hands-on Farm, the “Nature Classrooms” foster curiosity and stewardship for the natural world, teaching students that the future of our planet and our species are intrinsically tied together.