Using recycled wrapping paper is an eco-friendly choice. Read on to find out how certain wrapping papers contribute to global warming and climate change.
Let’s learn and play at Jurong Lake Gardens! Our explorers were spoilt for choice as they experienced a range of outdoor activities that included Build-A-Fort, Mindful Mandala and Pebble Play. Read on to find out more!
With all this talk about being eco-friendly and switching to a sustainable lifestyle, now is the time for us to take responsibility for our planet. Let’s inculcate a sense of eco-consciousness and civic-mindedness in our children for the betterment of society and the world.
In September, some very excited children put on their adventure hats and explored Bishan-Ang Mio Park at our very first Nature Explorers programme! Nature Explorers was established with the intention of creating meaningful outdoor learning experiences for children aged 5 to 12. Not only do they get a healthy dose of Vitamin D, through our well-structured activities they learn to become resilient and confident individuals who understand and respect nature.
After the great success of Nature Explorers over the September holidays, we are excited to announce that the much-anticipated programme is back this upcoming November and December!
Climate change is real so let’s start creating positive environmental impacts at home! Follow our tips for some eco-friendly fun with your kids.
Too busy to spend time with your child? Afraid that he/she will be at a disadvantage compared to their peers if he/she is left alone at home? Due to rising living costs, both parents having to work is becoming a norm and subsequently, the number of children going to student care is set to rise. Here are the top four reasons why you shouldn’t let your kids miss out!
In May 2017, 6 of our centres held The Parents’ Club (TPC). TPC is an event for the parents, teachers and children to get together. The theme for the year was “Waste Not The Food” and it showcases children’s performance as well. The supervisors of each centre had a presentation to the parents on the rise of food waste.