At OWIS Suntec your child will benefit from a personalised education in a kind and multicultural environment.
The OWIS Suntec Campus is in close proximity to Singapore’s green and sustainable urban initiatives and provides children with an experiential learning environment. Our young learners will have ample opportunities to visit spaces such as Gardens by the Bay, ArtScience Museum and the Marina Barrage which capture the essence of Singapore, encouraging the students to grow and learn with enthusiasm.
They empower teir students to learn and grow. Every student enjoys a hands-on, world-class education that is tailored to meet their complex needs. They provide them with the room and space they need to become the best version of themselves.
Moderate class sizes in extensive and flexible classroom layouts foster exploration, communication and collaboration. They have thoughtfully designed their world class spaces to optimise learning outcomes including dedicated outdoor classrooms, as well as spaces for music, mandarin, physical education and the performing arts.
Have you visited the newly upgraded Mothercare experience store at Paragon? Let your little ones try on their stylish fashion pieces in their new fitting rooms, and test out their products to find the perfect one you need! Check out their new stroller track and runway too.
Mothercare is a specialist retailer of products for mothers- to-be, babies and children up to the age of eight. They have a strong reputation for specialism, quality, safety and innovation. Mothercare started trading in Singapore in 1984 and now has 14 stores island-wide. Shopping for baby has never been so convenient. They understand the frustrating, joyful, exhausting, wonderful, rewarding process of parenting and do their utmost to help you find everything you need for you and your baby, including advices on what to buy and loads of useful tips on caring for your little ones.
Established family entertainment centre operator, DreamUs, has launched its fourth concept, Petite Tayo KidsClub, a purposed built indoor playground where work, play and learn to co-exists seamlessly in a 1,500sqft space at Kallang Wave Mall.
The DreamUs group, established in Singapore in 2014, currently operates SuperPark Singapore in Suntec City, Pororo Park Singapore in Marina Square, Tayo Station in Downtown East and distributes toy merchandise under both popular Korean IP.
Petite Tayo KidsClub is thoughtfully designed for working parents, their club is a brand new concept where WORK & PLAY co-exists seamlessly. Equipped with more than 8 engaging & educational play areas, the little ones would definitely experience tremendous fun!
Petite Tayo KidsClub is themed after popular Korean animation character, Tayo the Little Bus, which is hugely popular amongst pre-schoolers. Little ones can look forward to more than eight different activity zones, including a music room, car track, climbing walls, and popular pretend play supermarkets to play and learn.
Designed for working parents, dedicated working pods are also made available for bookings. Use of working pods includes access to high-speed internet, a pantry with complimentary drinks and snacks and more importantly, a PlayGuide to look after your child while you work.
True to a KidsClub concept, a drop off program is also available for children aged three and above. Additionally, DreamUs expects to launch educational programmes for early learning and sensory play by the 4th quarter of 2021.
The Tree Art brand develops international art courses through in-depth cooperation with the world's top universities through an international education professional team. It provides online and offline art education through OMO dual channels and provides a full-platform teaching model of art courses.
They believe that brand-new art education, artistic ideas and practice will affect everyone who studies at Tree Art, cultivate artistic talents who meet the needs of future and cultivate aesthetic talents with multicultural and multidisciplinary knowledge, dedicated to integrate art, education, science, and technology with life to achieve all mankind in the education of art.
Tree Art has a self-developed REMAT course system. The curriculum system is based on the Spiral Curriculum, mentioned by a famous American educator & psychologist Jerome S. Bruner. In accordance with students' age, physical and psychological characteristics, and set up professsional courses and classes in a targeted manner suitable for children from 2-18 year's old long-term study. Sign up with Tree Art. Now open at Paragon.
Celebrate the re-opening of the newly-renovated Suntec City store. Spanning an estimated 194m², the new outlet has a modern Merlion mosaic feature wall and a Build-a-Minifigure station.
Bricks World is the oldest and largest specialist LEGO retailer in Singapore.
Bricks World aims to deliver the LEGO experience through the breadth of its product offering, well-trained and knowledgeable staff, in-store events and giveaways, and excellent customer service. Currently, Bricks World has over 7 different LCS in Singapore, as well as an online portal.
Located at Area B of East Coast Park, at the former Big Splash site, the 4.5ha Coastal PlayGrove is the latest family-friendly destination at East Coast Park that has everything you need for a day of endless fun.
Take on the Play Tower, which is Singapore’s tallest outdoor play feature, featuring 4-storey vertical net play area and slides on the third and fourth floor. The latter being the tallest outdoor slide in Singapore. The water play area guarantees fun for children as they run through the numerous water jets and splash around the wading pool and streams. Children can also reconnect with nature and engage each other in spontaneous play at the nature playgarden flushed with greenery.
Coastal PlayGrove also features NParks’ first outdoor classroom by the sea, a sand pit and an expansive multi-purpose lawn to support sports activities and large-scale events. Visitors can also enjoy the diverse food and beverage options available.
The 16m, four-storey high Play Tower houses the Vertical Challenge, a vertical net play area and numerous rope-based obstacles which includes stepping pods, hammocks, grip wall and disc swings. Visitors can scale up and scramble through the nets and obstacles to reach the very top. Once at the top, take a moment to enjoy the breezy winds and the lovely 360o view of East Coast Park and the sea. If you’re raring to go for another round, take the enclosed tube slides on the third and fourth floor for a quick descent and start all over again.
NParks’ first outdoor classroom by the sea for pre-schoolers has a chalkboard with boulders and log stools, and a view of the sea. This feature offers preschools in the area more programming options, as they can conduct activities in the outdoor classroom, coupled with play in the nature playgarden. They can also peer into an old hornbill’s nest and observe interesting plants in the outdoor classroom.Interested to hold programmes at the outdoor classroom? Write in to them at www.nparks.gov.sg/feedback.
The nature playgarden at Coastal PlayGrove is interwoven into the landscape, to enable children to play in an environment immersed in nature. There are several themed sections to introduce children to different habitats. In all play features, natural materials such as wood, sand, and gravel are used. Biodiversity attracting trees and shrubs are planted to pique the curiosity of children.
In the first section, children can explore bamboo tunnel trail which evokes a sense of mystery. In the second section, children can engage in imaginative play as they hop along the log trails and hideout at the teepees, all while being surrounded by a mix of exotic shrubs that attracts butterflies and native plants to mimic the native forest habitat. The last section consists of a trail leading to a sand pit that is planted with native shrubs that attract biodiversity. Children can spot the various flowers and fruits, and the wildlife they attract such as butterflies, bees and birds.
NParks’ first outdoor classroom by the sea for pre-schoolers has a chalkboard with boulders and log stools, and a view of the sea. This feature offers preschools in the area more programming options, as they can conduct activities in the outdoor classroom, coupled with play in the nature playgarden. They can also peer into an old hornbill’s nest and observe interesting plants in the outdoor classroom.Interested to hold programmes at the outdoor classroom? Write in to them at www.nparks.gov.sg/feedback