Singapore is well equipeed to deal with the needs of expat children and you'll find an overwhelming number of options available.
How old are your kids? How long do you plan on staying in Singapore? These are the type of questions you'll have to factor in when choosing a school.
Also remember that many schools in Singapore are oversubscribed, especially international schools so I'd advise you to start the application process asap.
When I was choosing schools for my kids last year, I found this Singapore Schools Guide really useful.
Expat Health Insurance
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Medical insurance specifically designed for expats. With Cigna, you won't have to rely on foreign public health care systems, which may not meet your needs. Cigna allows you to speak to a doctor on demand, for consultations or instant advice, wherever you are in the world. They also offer full cancer care across all levels of cover, and settle the cost of treatments directly with the provider.
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