Leeds International School

The Leeds International School offers a single and coherent education program taught in contrast to other schools with different curricula in the different sections. We are an international school and our students lives are immeasurably enriched by sharing their histories and cultures during lessons and extra-curricular activities.

If you would like a nurturing and child-centred alternative to the bigger schools, consider us. Schedule a visit to see for yourself what makes us different. We look forward to welcoming you.


Events at Leeds

Box of joy

Sharing happiness and Joy on occasions such as Christmas and Chinese New Year. Our students delivered a box of goodies to United Medicare. They also surprised the cleaning staff around our school with boxes of Joy!

Mr. Jerry's Visit

Interaction with Mr. Jerry Choudhary, who cycled to Singapore from India with a message to save the environment. He covered this journey in 101 days and will be cycling to Indonesia next. His message has inspired all our learners to help protect the environment.

Mr. Will Hodgman's Visit

We are grateful to His Excellency Mr. Will Hodgman, High Commissioner of Australia in Singapore for his visit to Leeds International School.
Our students proudly shared their enthusiastic experiences of the exchange program with Larrakeyah Primary School in Australia.

Indian Republic Day

A fantastic patriotic performance by our young learners at the High Commission of India. The title of their presentation was ‘Gratitude and Promise.’

Rail Corridor

The Rail Corridor was formerly a railway line that was used for commuting and transporting goods between Singapore and the rest of the Malay Peninsula at the beginning of the 20th century. Our learners identified and discovered many historical items in a café near the Rail Corridor.

Trip to the yard

Intelligence and skills can only function at the peak of their capacity when the body is healthy and strong. Trip to “The Yard’, Kids Gym energised our learners, gave them strength and flexibility, balance and coordination on Bars, Beams and Floor.

Chairman's High Tea


Rock Climbing

Trip to cold storage

Using real life experiences to strengthen classroom learning. Trip to Cold Storage by our enthusiastic learners to celebrate Happy Halloween.

World Book Day

Celebrating the wonderful power of books and the joy of reading, on World Book Day at Leeds International School. Students and teachers dressed up as their favourite character to do a presentation on stage.

Shoe lace tying competition

Learning to look after yourself is an essential life skill and the first step to independence. Our students participated in the Shoelace tying competition and learnt an important life skill.

Trip to The Former Ford Factory

At the Former Ford Factory, students visited the exhibition gallery to learn more about the Second World War. Learning beyond the classroom is always exciting and engaging.

Leeds Times

Team Brazil visits Leeds International School

The team comprised of educators, Principals, and directors from different schools in Brazil. Meeting was a great success with focus on new teaching strategies, skills for good school management, innovative pedagogical methods & academic differentials. Educators from Brazil had a fun-filled interaction with students from Leeds. They were impressed with the school tour and facilities.

STEAM lesson with the Larrakeyah teachers

Leeds students had a wonderful time exploring & engaging in STEAM lessons conducted by Ms. Spruhen & Ms. Vertiss from Australia. Thank you for a wonderful learning experience!

Leeds Production by Primary 1 and Primary 4

  • 1) The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig
  • 2) Adventure to the Mirror Island

Enthusiastic and confident performance by students on stage. A big thank you to the cast, parents, teachers, and grandparents who came all the way to cheer their grandchildren.

Sky Sprouts

To engage in learning beyond the classroom, students from Leeds International School visited The Sky Sprouts Farm. They appreciated the natural surroundings and learnt a lot about different types of leaves and plants.

World Kindness Day

Her Excellency Ms. Sashikala Premawardhane, High Commissioner of Sri Lanka in Singapore visited Leeds International School. She praised the kindness ambassadors for spreading the message of kindness in school and awarded certificates to them.