“Bryan showed he was bright and eager to learn since an early age. At Saigon Star, his unique qualities were recognised and encouraged. Skilled teachers knew how to stretch his thinking beyond the basics of maths and science whilst ensuring he remained sociable and well-grounded. The school also offers a wide range of extra-curricular activities such as the study of a second language, arts and drama, sports and swimming. This has made Bryan not merely a gifted student but a child able to contribute to his society.”

Bonny Tans, from Singapore

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