Raising CHANGEMAKERS

We are Trehaus School, a Silicon Valley-inspired preschool and childcare that is changing early education, focuses on building character and future skills, and lets parents be present for their children’s learning journey.

We know you want the very best for your child.
#1 Unique Curriculum

Your child will benefit from our groundbreaking research-based programme that pulls from five leading pedagogies, repurposed to foster adaptability in our ever-changing landscape.

We Take the Best Elements of:
• Reggio Emilia
• Montessori
• Ecological Systems Theory
• Somatics
•Respectful Caregiving

Our immensely FUN, project-based Littles’ Programme was designed for your little one to learn the skills needed for the world of the future. So they are ready to take on the jobs of tomorrow that don’t even exist today.

We think that increasingly, it’s not what you know, but who you are that matters. We want to see education move away from pure knowledge acquisition, to focusing on building integrity and strength in character, and developing creativity, empathy and grit.

We believe in raising children who not just think “What do I want to be when I grow up?” – but ask “ What do I want to do to make the world a better place?”.

We believe in the importance of language and communication. It’s especially crucial in the early years, as the ability to learn a language peaks at ages 3-6.

And if you have a local kid and worried about being Primary One-Ready, Trehaus School has you covered. We want to help make sure your child is ahead of the curve when they enter primary school, and a big part of that is a strong grasp of language, reading and writing.

Choose from two language streams:
BILINGUAL (English and Mandarin)
OR
MANDARIN IMMERSION

We are not bound by one pedagogy

Your child will benefit from our groundbreaking research-based programme that pulls from five leading pedagogies, repurposed to foster adaptability in our ever-changing landscape.

We Take the Best Elements of:
• Reggio Emilia
• Montessori
• Ecological Systems Theory
• Somatics
• Respectful Caregiving

We focus on building character, instilling values, and developing soft skills.

We think that increasingly, it’s not what you know, but who you are that matters. We want to see education move away from pure knowledge acquisition, to focusing on building integrity and strength in character, and developing creativity, empathy and grit.

We believe in raising children who not just think “What do I want to be when I grow up?” – but ask “ What do I want to do to make the world a better place?”.

We created a proprietary “Littles’ Programme” Curriculum

Our immensely FUN, project-based Littles’ Programme was designed for your little one to learn the skills needed for the world of the future. So they are ready to take on the jobs of tomorrow that don’t even exist today.

We emphasise language and literacy

We believe in the importance of language and communication. It’s especially crucial in the early years, as the ability to learn a language peaks at ages 3-6.

And if you have a local kid and worried about being Primary One-Ready, Trehaus School has you covered. We want to help make sure your child is ahead of the curve when they enter primary school, and a big part of that is a strong grasp of language, reading and writing.

Choose from two language streams:
BILINGUAL (English and Mandarin)
OR
MANDARIN IMMERSION

#2 Unmatched Parental Proximity

You don’t have to choose between having a successful career and prioritising your family. We created Trehaus so working parents won’t miss the precious, formative first years of your child’s life.

We offer parents the freedom and privilege to be close, participate, and be involved in their little ones’ growth. Conveniently located in the central business district, we know this unparalleled level of parent involvement is a complete game-changer.

Become part of an aligned, growing, and like-minded community and network – a modern village.

#3 Teachers As Second Parents

We believe every child is different and needs nurturing attention. So we have an an unconventionally low 1:5 teacher-child ratio.

Our network of educators are experienced, articulate, loving and dedicated to partner you as co-parents on your child’s journey of self-discovery.

We welcome children from 2 months – 6 years old
For Ages

2 – 18 months

Schedule

Half Day (7:30am-12:30pm)
Full Day (7:30am-6:30pm)

Class Ratio

1:5
Language streams:
Mandarin immersion /
Bilingual
(Mandarin, English)

For Ages

18 – 36 months

Schedule

Half Day (7:30am-12:30pm)
Full Day (7:30am-6:30pm)

Class Ratio

1:5
Language streams:
Mandarin immersion /
Bilingual
(Mandarin, English)

For Ages

3 – 6 years

Schedule

Full Day
(7:30am-6:30pm)

Class Ratio

1:5
Language streams:
Mandarin immersion /
Bilingual
(Mandarin, English)

*Singaporean working mothers are entitled to government subsidies for infant care and childcare/preschool fees.

Trehaus Children Are

Resilient | Curious | Kind | Conscientious | Civic-minded | Creative
Adaptable | Confident | Good Communicators | Critical Thinkers

TREHAUS CHILDREN DEVELOP

At TREHAUS SCHOOL, a vital aspect of our teaching pedagogy is the ability for a child to be a changemaker, ready for tomorrow. We believe that it is our mission to give Trehaus children the core skills set and qualities needed most to help them conquer the world through our core fundamentals, community connection, free play, personal and social development.

HEART
  • Empathy
  • Creativity
  • Perseverance and Grit
  • Self-Management and Self-Control
  • Integrity
  • Confidence
HEAD
  • English Literacy
  • Mandarin Literacy
  • Numeracy and Math Concepts
  • Communication Skills
  • Fine and Gross Motor Skills
  • Future Skills / STEAM
  • Critical Thinking
HAND
  • Social Awareness
  • Environmental Responsibility
  • Appreciation for Current Affairs
  • Teamwork
  • Interdependence
  • Public Speaking and Advocacy
  • Gratitude and Giving Back
Our Curriculum
Our Trehaus Framework
A Holistic Curriculum Philosophy

Inspired by Bronfenbrenner’s ecological systems theory and somatics, our child-centred approach aims to help our students form a healthy sense of self-identity through play and discovery, with a core curriculum activating and connecting the HEAD, HEART and HANDS to create a lifelong love for learning.

Head: Academics,
Critical thinking
Heart: Mindfulness,
Emotional intelligence
Hands: Physical expression,
Giving back

The Littles’ Programme Curriculum

Our Proprietary Trehaus “Littles’ Programme” curriculum comprises 7 future and soft skills, alongside with a vigorous bi-lingual core fundamental programme (reading, writing, numeracy, fine, gross motor skills, life skills).

We focus on your children’s self-discovery journey as much as their outcome. What we offer, is a holistic education that incorporates the best elements of research-based pedagogies to create a child-led, play-based curriculum adapted to meet the needs of each individual child.

“Some see a small child. We see endless possibilities.”
The Littles’ Programme

Our project-based programme focuses not just on acquiring knowledge, but emphasizes developing skills – skills that are going to be crucial in the economy of the future, understanding that most jobs of tomorrow do not even exist today. We recognise that creativity, critical thinking, curiosity and adaptability are key, and the currency of the new era is social capital and personal character. 

Of course, our kids will learn to read and write and do math in the process, but it’s all going to be such fun, it turns the traditional idea of learning in school, on its head! 

Creative Thinking, Problem Solving, Entrepreneurial Skills, Idea-Selling

Become tomorrow’s changemaker by being the first to see a problem, finding the right solution, creating a game-changing idea, and bringing it to market. Your child will pitch their idea, tell the story of the problem it solves and mobilise their classmates to bring the idea to life by delegating individual tasks and action lists, instilling and encouraging creativity.

They will learn

  • Leadership and understanding other people’s needs and desires
  • What are their strengths and weaknesses, and importance of teamwork
  • To develop creative solutions and the art of persuasion to sell their idea 
  • To observe and collect information from real-world settings 
  • Financial literacy with TREHAUS currency
Leadership and Teamwork, Executive Function and Task Management, Confidence and Public Speaking

Become the most admired CEO of tomorrow. Your child’s problem-solving and leadership skills will be unlocked. Your child will practise empathy and cooperation as they lead their team through a project. They will hone their decision-making skills as they gather opinions from their classmates. They will become confident public speakers when they host the annual management event.

They will learn

  • How to expressing one’s own opinions or preferences regarding an idea
  • How to negotiate an idea with others to reach consensus
  • What actions are needed to undertake a task
  • Numeracy and mathematical calculations for budgeting
  • How to communicate clearly and speak in public
Logical Reasoning, Design Thinking, Basics of Coding, Engineering and Robotics

This programme provides pathways to unlock your child’s inventive spirit as they learn to tinker by deconstructing and rebuilding objects in our special Little Makers studio; learning basics of coding, creating apps and robotics to design products.

They will learn

  • Logical reasoning of simple principles and laws of nature
  • Numeracy and concepts of mathematical computation
  • Spatial relations and shape-related elements of structures
  • Cognitive understanding of simple mechanical components
Experimenting, Creative Expression, Art and Music Appreciation

This programme is designed to ignite your child’s innate imaginative spirit and creative spark, through embracing and experiencing music, movement, communications and the arts. With partnerships with art museums, your child will learn to love the arts. As little producers, they will produce songs, music videos, and even perform their own creations. In movement, they will express themselves via different mediums. You child will unlock their inner creative, sonically, visually, verbally, and tactilely.

They will learn

  • Fine-tuning of auditory neurological processing
  • Awareness of specific elements of sonic and/or acoustic stimulation
  • Expression of emotions and ideas through music and art
  • Language and lyrical storytelling
Value-Based Social Responsibility, Environmental Consciousness, Giving Back and Helping Others

Beyond “What will I be when I grow up?” this programme is designed to help your child question and discover “What can I do to make the world a better place?” Your child will become citizens of the world and contribute to a brighter future. An ethics and values-focused learning programme – your child will be encouraged to help others; learn about giving back to society through volunteer and fundraising projects and visiting old age homes and hospitals, participating in charities.

They will learn

  • Different ways of life in local society and in other parts of the world
  • That one can influence other person’s feelings through action
  • To reflect on one’s feelings toward another, developing empathy
  • Fine-motor manipulation of materials in making gifts for other people
Developing Healthy Habits And Nutrition, Practical Life Skills, Cultural Appreciation

Our cultural tastemaker programme is designed to expose your child to the art and science behind the disciplines of culinary and hospitality through real-life hands-on experiences. Your child will prepare and serve nutritional meals after gardening and farming from their urban farm, learn to service a table with joy and humility, understand good nutrition and its values, and develop healthy habits.

They will learn

  • Fine-motor manipulation of food materials and utensils – from picking herbs from our own urban garden, to food nutrition, presentation and dining etiquette
  • Numeracy concepts: proportion, counting, measuring, volume, estimation, sorting
  • Sensory exploration with textures, colours, tastes and smell
  • To follow step-by-step instructions
  • Nutrition and cultural studies, and eliminate picky eating habits
  • Creativity and science chemistry in culinary arts
A Day In A Life Of A Trehaus Kid
7:30 – 8:30 am

Arrival /
Morning settling in /

8:30 – 9:00 am
Breakfast
9:00 – 9:45 am

9:45 – 10:45 am
10:45 – 11:00 am
1-1 Reading (Chinese / English)
11:00 – 12:15 pm

12:15 – 12:45 pm
Lunch
12:45 – 1:15 pm
Quiet Reading
1:15 – 2:30 pm
Quiet time & Nap time
2:30 – 3:00 pm
Tea Break
3:00 – 4:00 pm
Little Assembly
4:00 – 6.00 pm
Optional Enrichment / Little Discovery
6:30 pm
Dismissal
School Leadership
Carolina Sam
Head of School, Mother of 3
International educational background:
10 years experience in Early Childhood Education
Former School Principal of Hong Kong’s renowned kindergarten (Victoria Shanghai Academy)
Curriculum Coordinator (International Baccalaureate Organization)
Certified PreK-G12 Teacher (BC College of Teachers in British Columbia, Canada)

Carolina often identifies with ElastiGirl, often stretching her arms and legs whipping through tasks effectively with a big heart. With a passion for education, cheesecakes, drumming and Muay Thai, Carolina spends her weekends baking in the morning, jamming in the home-studio in the afternoon, and doing 100 left kicks at night. She is an unstoppable force of nature, and leads the TREHAUS SCHOOL team in pursuing the unimaginable – raising changemakers of the future.

Sheila Eng
Principal
10 years experience in local Early Childhood Industry
Bachelor of Science (Early Childhood Educational Studies & Leadership), Wheelock College
Diploma in Early Childhood Education, Ngee Ann Polytechnic

Whether coaching beginner skiers on the bunny hill or guiding little ones to write their first word, Sheila believes there are no failures, only room for improvements. She is a dedicated school principal and also a certified ski instructor with NZSIA who wishes every day for cooler weather in sunny Singapore. Sheila’s ‘WHY NOT’ attitude inspires her to push boundaries in the early childhood industry with a team of like-minded educators, and nurture little changemakers.

Wang Chien-Yu
Curriculum Head, Mother of 2
Illinois Professional Educator License Early Childhood (Birth to Grade 2)
Endorsement in Early Childhood Special Education
Master of Education, Early Childhood Education, University of Illinois at Chicago
Master of Business Administration, National Taiwan University

Chien-Yu is a book addict and is now on her 1441st book. She is inspired by words of forward thinking educators and changemakers. When she’s not reading, she is busy finding ways to integrate everything she is inspired by into her life. She applies this passion and talent in planning the most meaningful curriculum for the children at TREHAUS SCHOOL.

Elaine Kim
Founder, Mother of 3
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.B.S), National University of Singapore

Elaine is a medical doctor, entrepreneur and traveller. She is driven by her faith and a desire to make the world a better place. Currently that means building Trehaus – to change the workplace for working parents like herself and her VC husband John, and making the much-needed changes in early education a reality. Her youngest son Nate is going to Trehaus School, so it has to be the best preschool ever.

Elizabeth Wu
Founder, Mother of 3
Post-Graduate Diploma in Education, National Institute of Education (Singapore)
Bachelor of Communication Studies, Wee Kim Wee School of Communication & Information, NTU
Certified Instructor for Parent Effectiveness Training, Gordon Training International

Elizabeth is an entrepreneur & educator by day, and parent-coach, writer and mom to her three big kids by night. She has stood in classrooms of all educational levels, from preschool and primary to secondary and university, and loves to coach, teach and design curriculum. She believes that children can be effectively raised to be responsible, caring and possessing empathy if we speak the language of acceptance to them.

Teachers
Angela Rose Castaneda
Lead Teacher (English)
5 years teaching experience
BSc (Hons) Early Childhood Education, Wheelock College
Diploma in Early Childhood Education, Temasek Polytechnic

Angela describes herself as a mixture between Leslie Knope from Parks and Recreation, and Amy Santiago from Brooklyn-99 – with a caffeine addiction. Angela values the importance of expressing emotions in a healthy way, and seeing the potential of every individual regardless of their background, gender, who they are and where they come from. Her mission is to nurture every child who walks into her classroom to be citizens of the world. Driven by dedication, Angela sees herself stimulating children’s curiosity and creativity – and not ignore their innate desire to learn.

Fiona Yu Xinlu
Lead Teacher (Chinese)
7 years teaching experience
Diploma in Early Childhood Care & Education- Teaching (Chinese), KLC School of Education
Certificate of Computer Art Design (Advertising), Jiangsu Union Technical Institute

Fiona loves everything Japanese and believes in lifelong learning. Her passion for learning is best demonstrated in her daily interactions with children and the adults around her, and her pursuit in completing her degree after work hours. A bubbly and cheerful person by nature, Fiona truly believes that children are our future and she has a vital role in shaping theirs.

Ivy Li Qiong
Lead Teacher (Chinese), Mother of 1
17 years teaching experience
Diploma in Pre-School Education, Froebel Academy
Diploma in Business Management, MDIS Singapore

Ivy has always envisioned herself as a nightingale, helping and caring for children since young.  She embarked her journey into early childhood with a passion to teach children and a calling for her to reach out and connect little hearts. With a strong musical background and talent in playing the violin as a concert violinist, Ivy often brings class lessons to life by cultivating a sense of imagination and creativity to her students.

Bernadette Neo
Lead Teacher (English), Mother of 1
9 years teaching experience
Diploma in Early Childhood Care and Education – Teaching, Bentley Institute
Bachelor of General Science, Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology

A self-confessed craftholic, Ms Bee (as Bernadette is affectionately known) believes in creating an inspiring space and organised flow in the classroom that engages young learners. Always equipped with craft tools and carton boxes, she passionately creates just about any life-sized prop one can imagine. Ms Bee believes strongly in inculcating good values and wants every child to enjoy school and have a happy childhood.

Cecilia Beh
Infant Educarer / Assistant Teacher (Chinese), Mother of 1
21 years teaching experience
Diploma in Early Childhood Studies (Leadership), Singapore Institute of Management
Certificate in Infant/Toddler Care & Development, KLC School of Education

Cecilia is a loving mom, caring wife and a passionate teacher. Her love for teaching the little ones started two decades ago professionally as a lead teacher in the classroom. She is a hands-on mother and a nurturing educator whose love for early childhood is seen in the years she has dedicated her life to it.

Our Education Advisory Board
Orly Friedman
Silicon Valley-based Education Expert


Orly is the Entrepreneur-in-Residence with Transcend, working to create a new model of school designed to support student agency. Previously, Orly was part of the founding team of Khan Lab School, serving as Head of Lower School and Assistant Head of School. Orly began her career in education as a Teach for America corps member in Washington, D.C. She spent five years teaching kindergarten – third grade with DCPS. Simultaneously, she created math content for the online learning platform LearnZillion. Orly has spoken on the topic of student agency at education gatherings around the globe including ASU-GSV, NewSchools Venture Fund Summit and the Teach for All Global Conference. She currently serves on the board of Yavneh Day School in Los Gatos, CA.

Education:
B.A. in Urban Studies, Yale University
M.A. in Early Childhood Education, George Mason University
M.B.A. , Stanford Graduate School of Business ​

Charmaine Teo

Singapore-based Early Education Expert


Charmaine Teo is an early years thinker, lawyer, and co-founder of one of Singapore’s earliest Reggio Emilia preschools, Between Two Trees. She currently serves as vice-president of the Association for Early Childhood Educators (Singapore), a professional body committed to working with educators, other professionals and stakeholders. She is the Author of ‘Bilingual Project Learning in a Singapore Preschool – A Guide for Educators and Parents’.

Education:
Master of Science (Early Childhood Education), Monash University
Bachelor Law (Honours), Bristol University
Harvard Graduate School of Education, Principal’s Centre
Stanford University, Bing Institute

Hannah Kim
Early Years Educator from Leading New York Institutions


Hannah Kim is a passionate New-York based educator, with a deep interest in incorporating social-emotional learning in early education. She was an early years head teacher at New York’s prestigious Chapin School, and is co-chair of the innovative preschool institution, Butler Street Co-op in Brooklyn. She has served as a member of the International Society for Technology in Education, Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development and New York State Association of Independent Schools (http://nysais.org).

Education:
M.A, Cognitive Studies in Education, Columbia University
B.SC, Policy & Management, Minor in Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University​

Carmee Lim

Visionary School Principal & Early Education Expert


Carmee Lim is the Mentor Principal of MindChamps Holdings. She is a visionary educator who is committed to making a positive and significant difference in the way we learn. She is a pioneer in applied brain research and an advocate for music, movement and gymnastics in early childhood. Mrs Lim was the inspiring Principal of the leading institution, Raffles Girls’ School and served as Senior Inspector of Schools in the Ministry of Education, Singapore and was the first Executive Director of the Academy of Principals. She is the author of multiple books including: “Bright Brains – fun activities to unlock your child’s potential”, and “Magic Moments” Small Beginnings”, co-authored with Brian Caswell.

Education:
B. Sc
M. Ed.(Early Childhood Education)
Louise Cimetta
Apple Education Consultant and Tech-in-Education Expert


Originally training as an early childhood teacher, Lou Cimetta taught across the early years and primary years before moving to leadership positions at school and system level in Australia. Lou is the founder of Blueprint Learning, an independent consultancy supporting the education sector. Lou is currently a leading resource and development executive at Apple supporting local, national and international educational institutions in utilising technology to maximise learning opportunities. As part of this role she opened up new markets, developed education content and designed powerful learning experiences for leaders and educators.

Education:
B. Ed (Early Childhood), Edith Cowan University, Australia

Christine Ma-Lau
Leader in Character Education


Christine Ma-Lau is the Founder and Principal of JEMS Learning House in Hong Kong, a leading educational institution that provides Character Education to children. She created the school out of her passion for educating young people in character and values, believing that, as Martin Luther King Jr. said, “Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education”. Christine is an Adjunct Professor at The Education University of Hong Kong. She is also the Founder and Chairperson of Character Education Foundation, and a Board Director of Sow Asia and a Founding Director of GeneroCity, both Hong Kong-based philanthropy funds that helps the underprivileged in the city.

Education:
M. Ed, University of Pennsylvania
B.A, Economics and Philosophy, London School of Economics.

Teodora Pavkovic

Positive Psychology & Emotional Intelligence Expert


Teodora is a psychologist, international speaker and parenting coach with over 10 years of international experience working with children and parents with emotional and behavioral difficulties, as well as adults with mood and anxiety problems. She is invited to speak, train and facilitate frequently at diverse venues. Her approach is rooted in emotional intelligence and positive psychology practices, as well as neuroscience research and mindfulness, and she has trained in the modalities of CBT, SFBT, hypnotherapy and strategic intervention coaching.

Education:
BSc Psychology, UMUC MSc Foundation of Clinical Psychology, Bangor University, UK

Ng Rong Xin

Leader in STEM Learning for Children


Rong Xin is co-founder and CEO of Explorer Junior, an edu-tech start-up that designs and creates STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) & Design Thinking-based programs to nurture the curiosity of every child, from as young as 3 years old. Rong Xin also works with different research organizations to explore possible technology applications in education, including with New Zealand-based mixed reality startup QuiverVision to develop interactive and immersive AR (augmented reality) technology and content to enhance learning experience. Rong Xin was previously with the Singapore Ministry of Education (MOE), primarily in Education Management & Info-Systems.

Education:
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Honours, National University of Singapore,
Elmo Chong

CEO and Founder of Sonically; CEO and Music Producer of Double Dragon Productions​


Elmo is CEO of Double Dragon Productions, as well as co-founder and CEO of Sonical.ly, a music education startup. He is a grammy-nominated music producer who has produced platinum hits for Korean hip-hop artists such as: Rain, Bobby Kim, Drunken Tiger, Yoonmirae, YDG, Lexie, Double K, NCT 127. He was previously also a radio personality with TBS EFM MEDIA in Seoul Korea, where he co-Hosted the station’s #1 Rated Show and developed a popular music educational segment. He now takes his passion and creative talent towards bringing creativity and love for the arts and music into early education.

Education
Dip, B.C.I.T (British Columbia Institute of Technology)
Logical Reasoning and Design Thinking

This programme provides pathways to unlock your child’s inventive spirit as they learn to tinker by deconstructing and rebuilding objects in our special Little Makers studio; learning basics of coding, creating apps and robotics to design products.

They will learn
• Logical reasoning of simple principles and laws of nature
• Numeracy and concepts of mathematical computation
• Identifying spatial relations and shape-related elements of structures
• Cognitive understanding of simple mechanical components

Leadership and Cooperation

Become the most admired CEO of tomorrow. Your child’s problem-solving and leadership skills will be unlocked. Your child will practice empathy and cooperation as they lead their team through a project. They will hone their decision-making skills as they gather opinions from their classmates. They will become confident public speakers when they host the annual management event.

They will learn
• Expressing one’s own opinions or preferences regarding an idea
• Negotiating an idea with others to reach consensus
• Organising different actions needed to undertake a task
• Numeracy and mathematical calculations for budgeting

Ideation and Execution

Become tomorrow ’s changemaker by being the first to see a problem, finding the right solution, creating a game-changing idea, product or service and bringing it to market. Your child will pitch their idea, tell the story of the problem it solves and mobilize their classmates to bring the idea to life by delegating individual tasks and action lists, instilling and encouraging creativity.

They will learn
• Leadership and understanding other people’s needs and desires
• Recognising their own strengths and weaknesses
• Developing creative solutions and the art of persuasion to sell their idea to classmates
• Observing and collecting information from real-world settings for market research
• Understanding financial literacy with TREHAUS currency

Experiential and Systematic Learning

Our cultural taste-maker programme is designed to expose your child to the art and science behind the disciplines of culinary and hospitality through real-life hands- on experiences. Your child will prepare and serve nutritional meals after gardening and farming from their urban farm, learn to service a table with joy and humility, understand good nutrition and its values, and develop healthy habits.

They will learn
• Fine-motor manipulation of food materials and utensils – from picking herbs from our own urban garden, to food nutrition, presentation and dining etiquette.
• Numeracy concepts: proportion, counting, measuring, volume, estimation, sorting
• Sensory exploration with textures, colours, tastes and smell
• Following step-by-step instructions
• Nutrition and cultural studies and eliminate picky eating habits
• Creativity and science chemistry in culinary arts

Experimenting and Creative Expression

This programme is designed to ignite your child’s innate imaginative spirit and creative spark, through embracing and experiencing music, movement, communications and the arts. With partnerships with art museums, your child will learn to love the arts. As little producers, they will produce songs, music videos, and even perform their own creations. In movement, they will express themselves via different mediums. You child will unlock their inner creative, sonically, visually, verbally, and tactilely.

They will learn
• Fine-tuning of auditory neurological processing
• Awareness of specific elements of sonic and/or acoustic stimulation
• Expression of emotion, feelings, and ideas through music and art
• Strengthen language and lyrical storytelling

Experimenting and Creative Expression

Beyond “What will I be when I grow up?” this programme is designed to help your child question and discover “What can I do to make the world a better place?” Your child will become citizens of the world and contribute to a brighter future. An ethics and values-focused learning programme – your child will be encouraged to help others; learn about giving back to society through volunteer and fundraising projects and visiting old age homes and hospitals, participating in charities.

They will learn
• Recognising different ways of life in local society and in other parts of the world
• Understanding that one can influence other person’s feelings through action
• Reflecting on one’s feelings toward another
• Fine-motor manipulation of materials in making gifts for other people