Chaoyang School

Find out more about life in Chaoyang School and its programmes.

Vision: Empowered Lives for an Engaged Community and Inclusive Society

Mission: Enabling Persons with Special Needs to be active contributors of society. Inspiring and Building capabilities of partners and the community. Leading and Advocating towards an inclusive society.

Values: Commitment, Integrity, Resilience, Respect

Motto: Be Our Best

General information
Area: Ang Mo Kio
Address: 10 Ang Mo Kio Street 54, Singapore 569184
Telephone no.
6456 6922
Special needs catered for
Mild intellectual disability and autism spectrum disorder
Age range
7 to 12 years old
Curriculum offered
School mode
Double session
Services offered
  • School bus transport
  • After-school student care
School fees
Contact the school directly for more information.
Open house


  • Thursday, 4 March 2021
  • Thursday, 20 May 2021


  • 1pm to 3pm


  • Virtual
Contact information How to register
  • Please call or email Ms Joanna Lim.
Admissions timeline
2022 Primary 1 cohort
Start of school
January 2022

Application deadline
Friday, 25 June 2021
Applicants at other levels
Start of school
Beginning of the school term.

Application period
Integrated Programme (IP)
The IP is for students with MID, as well as students with both MID and mild ASD who have low support needs. The teacher to student ratio for the IP is 1:10.
ASD Structured Programme (ASP)
The ASP is for students with MID and mild ASD who have moderate support needs. The teacher to student ratio for the ASP is 1: 4. The ASP prepares students to eventually transit into the school’s Integrated Programme.

Both programmes offer the core curriculum that centres on Functional Academics, Life-Skills, Physical Education and Aesthetics. Within these core areas, subjects and programmes such as English, Mathematics, Life Skills, PE, Arts, IT, CCA and CCE are included. A customised, module-based curriculum for all subject areas, including CCA, is adopted to cater to the varied needs and learning abilities of pupils.

ASP has additional components of Play Skills and Communication Skills built into their curriculum.
Learning domains
  • Literacy
  • Numeracy
  • Science
  • Self-Help Skills
  • Social Competence
  • Healthy and Safe Relationships
  • Character and Citizenship Education
  • Social-Emotional Learning
  • Home Economics
  • Art
  • Physical Education
Co-Curricular Activities (CCA)
  • Badminton
  • Cycling
  • Floorball
  • In-line Skating
  • Soccer
  • Swimming
  • Music and Movement
  • Speech and Drama
  • Choir
  • Hip-hop Dance
  • Indian Dance
  • Angklung
  • Drumming
  • Harmonica
  • Ukelele
  • Batik Painting
  • Chinese Painting
  • Baking
  • Creative Lego
  • Hobby Craft
  • Green Club
Eden Tan
Junior Class

Eden Tan - Chaoyang School
Eden is a Student Leader in Chaoyang School. He was first appointed as a Junior Student Leader in 2018 and was promoted to a full Prefect in 2019 as he had exhibited great sense of commitment and integrity as a Junior Student Leader. He has displayed great responsibility in performing duties assigned to him, as well as being an ambassador during major school events.

Eden is also a great help to his teachers in class. He often helps his peers when they encounter any challenges. He takes the initiative to encourage and comfort his classmates when they are feeling discouraged.

Eden is a keen and inquisitive learner. He always clarifies when in doubt and is determined to resolve them. Eden never backs off from any challenges faced in whatever he does. As a result of his hard work and diligence, Eden received 2 academic awards at the end of 2019: the Functional Academic Award (Numeracy) for being in the top 10% of his cohort in Numeracy; and the Good Progress Award (Numeracy), for showing significant improvement in Numeracy during the end-of-year examinations.
Quek Hui Xi
Junior Class

Quek Hui Xi - Chaoyang School
Hui Xi is a School Prefect. Hui Xi exhibits a great sense of commitment and resilience. She consistently demonstrates great responsibility in performing duties assigned to her on regular school days, and during significant school events.

Hui Xi was selected for the school’s Talent Development Programme in Chinese Painting. She is also part of the school’s choir and has represented the school at various events, such as the Purple Parade and Young Artists Festival at the Esplanade.

Hui Xi is a keen and diligent learner. She always seeks to clarify her doubts. Due to her determination and hard work, she received the Functional Academic Award (Numeracy) in 2019, for being in the top 10% of her cohort in the subject. She obtained also the Model Pupil award for her exceptional demonstration of the school values.

In 2019, Hui Xi was selected to participate in the school’s Academic and Cultural Exchange (ACE) programme to India. This programme further nurtures students’ independent living skills and exposes them to different cultures of the world. Throughout the trip, Hui Xi displayed strong commitment and responsibility. She also cared for her peers and lent them a helping hand when the need arose.

All information listed above is provided by the school. Visit the school's website or contact them to find out more.