A look at the Singapore School System, which oversees over 300 schools, as well as the Singapore Civil Service.

Learn more about the school system, its employees and its teachers.

Singapore school systems are often named after the country’s first King Lee, who was a founding member of the nation’s founding generation.

In his name, Singapore’s schools are known as Singles’ Schools.

Singapore’s school system was founded in 1883 by British rule, but it became a British colony when the country gained independence in 1948.

The school system includes schools in the cities of Singapore, Bandung, Johor, Penang and Sarawak.

The capital, Singapore, is located in Singapore.

Singh has said that the new system was designed to make Singapore the “nation of the many, not of the few,” and that the school-to-work model is in part a response to the countrys growing population.