Kidz Treehouse, Singapore’s first eco-inspired student care incorporates environmental awareness and action as a core part of learning for students, teachers and even parents. Started in 2004, its founders conceived the idea for student care focusing on eco-friendly practices with the belief that every child possesses the potential to be successful in life.
Singapore’s first Eco-Inspired Student Care – Kidz Treehouse Incorporates Love for Nature as Part of Their Student Care Curriculum
Beginning from a small classroom of only 3 students, the student care centre has now shared this vision and touched the lives of over 2000 children and parents across its 12 centres. With more than 12 years of extensive research and experience in the education industry, Kidz Treehouse has created a carefully-curated student care programme focusing on holistic learning experience for children to develop necessary skills and knowledge through experiencing the beauty of the natural environment surrounding them.
Play is a pivotal part of the curriculum and through meaningful sensory experiences, the students are encouraged to pursue their natural curiosity and inquisitiveness by exploring the marvels of natural nature.
By employing nature as a learning tool, the student care programme goes beyond the classroom to allow students to appreciate and understand the world around them. In the era of virtual connectivity today, the founders of Kidz Treehouse believe that by going back-to-basics and reconnecting to nature, this will bring positive developments in the lives and characters of children.
Catering to children between the ages of 7 to 12 years old, Kidz Treehouse seeks to be a leading institution in environmental sustainability and social responsibility. Through their eco-inspired programmes, student care centre ensures that all their environmentally-friendly practices involve energy conservation, waste reduction, paper-reduction and limiting usage of single-use plastic. In addition, it also engages its students in its push for zero-waste through awareness programmes, discussions, and initiatives such as their annual Eco Camp where children are able to apply environmentally sustainable practices that they have learnt about.