Kindergarten
Special Events

Whether watching a Lion Dance, making divas, visiting with Santa Claus or lighting the Menorah, the children participate in all activities with enthusiasm. Cultural holidays are celebrated in an inclusive way so all children can participate to support the celebrations of each other's cultures. Special activities are planned for Deepavali, Christmas, Hannukah, Chinese New Year and Hari Raya. Parents are invited to participate in all our activities.

United Nations
United Nations

During our United Nations focus, kindergarten children learn about the cultures of the other children in their class. Parents are an integral part of this unit, as they are invited to share pictures, stories, songs, costumes and food from their country with their child's class.

The celebrations culminate with our UN celebration, when children come to school in traditional dress from their home countries and parents are invited to visit the classroom, ending the day with a sumptious pot luck lunch with dishes from the cultures represented in the class.

Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year

One of the noisiest celebrations in the Kindergarten is the Chinese New Year. The children bring noisemakers to add to the deafening noise of the drums as they watch the traditional Lion Dance.

Bookweek
Bookweek

One of the highlights of our literature units is Bookweek. Exciting activities such as guest readers, dramatic interpretations of favourite books and sharing favourite books with friends make this an enjoyable and memorable week for the children. The Book Character Parade is always full of surprises as the children greet their favourite storybook characters in the hallways! Parents are invited to view the Parade.

Holiday Party
Holiday Party

Holiday parties are such great fun. And in Kindergarten, there is no better way to celebrate the end of the first semester of school and the upcoming December holidays other than holding our very own holiday parties. Dressed in their favourite party clothes, the children entertained their parents with a medley of Christmas songs, which was followed by a class party.

Deepavali Celebration
Deepavali Celebration

The Deepavali (or "Diwali") celebration is a rich and fun learning experience for the children. The children had a fantastic time, making Rangoli patterns, shaking and dancing to Indian music and getting their hands decorated with mehndi, tattoos and jeweled stickers. The activities set up by the parent volunteers gave the children an opportunity to explore Indian culture through hands-on experiences, and to learn about the significance of the "Festival of Lights".

Mid-Autumn Festival
Mid-Autumn Festival

Mid-Autumn Festival is also popularly known as Lantern Festival in Singapore. The children were treated to a shadow puppet play about the Moon Goddess, presented by Ma Lao Shi and some parent volunteers. They had an opportunity to see a demonstration of how mooncakes are made and tasting the delicious lotus and sesame mooncakes. The children also made colourful lanterns to take home.