St Andrew’s School

1 Francis Thomas Drive, Singapore 359340 Get Directions

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The St Andrew’s school was founded by an Anglican Missionary in 1862, and was first known as the St. Andrew’s Church of England Mission School. The buildings, featuring distinctive fish-scale stucco texture walls, were designed in 1939 by Frank Brewer. The complex is said to be one of his finest and largest completed works in Singapore. The buildings of the old Junior school are now part of the St Andrew’s Village.