German European School Singapore (GESS) is set to move in to a brand new custom built K12 campus on Dairy Farm Road in 2018. The project opens an exciting new chapter in the school’s development as two existing campuses will be consolidated into one purpose-built school with brand new facilities.
With the aim to grow the school community by up to 2,000 new students, construction work on the site commenced on January 15th, 2016. The campus will be ready to move into during the 2018 June/July school holidays in order to operate by August.
The new campus includes important school facilities and spaces that are designed for the mindset of future generations. These include a sports field and hall, swimming pool, music and drama facilities, age and subject-specific classrooms, canteen, specialist rooms, design technology studio, library and an auditorium. Find out more here.
Diggersite is a fun destination and has brought its one-of-a-kind edutainment centre indoor with a new branch set up at Suntec City.
Diggersite offers a unique experience for families and kids! It is a one-of-a-kind edutainment centre that provides realistic experience in operating small scale construction machinery. The recreational and educational digger rides will also help children develop skills such as hand-eye coordination, which forms the basic foundation for writing, crafts and other fine motor activities.
You can also visit their recently relocated new outdoor site at 91 Lorong Chencharu in Yishun.
Diggersite will definitely provide unforgettable day of fun-filled activities designed to enhance hand-eye coordination skills and at the same time fostering independence through hands-on experience in operating the machinery.
LEGO® Singapore and Bricks World are pleased to announce the opening of a new LEGO® Certified Store (LCS) in Singapore. Located at ION Orchard, the store will be the largest in Singapore and will provide a complete LEGO experience via a Store Calendar of events and activities.
The LEGO® Certified Store at ION Orchard is the seventh store to be managed by Bricks World in Singapore.
About the LEGO® Certified Store (LCS)
Every aspect of the LEGO Certified Store is designed and made by The LEGO Group, including one of the most popular features, the Pick-a-Brick Wall. The LEGO Certified Store also features an interactive play area called “The Living Room”, and a display of fully assembled LEGO models. From January 2015, the LEGO Certified Store in Singapore has exclusive sets released at the same time as in the US and Europe.
The “Pick-a-Brick” Wall, comprising a custom-built fixture with round canisters, each filled with LEGO bricks and elements, will allow shoppers to hand-pick and select LEGO pieces in different shapes and colours.
“Build a Mini” tower: Let your creativity lead the way at the Build a Mini tower! You can mix and match from a wide selection of legs, torsos, heads, hair pieces and accessories to customise your own Minifigures.
“Digital Box” or “Digibox” provides consumers with an Interactive 3D Digital Experience, bringing the LEGO sets to life inside the store. The Digibox is fitted with a screen, and a webcam which reads the LEGO box in your hands to show the virtual 3D animation specific to that particular set.
The first LCS was officially opened on 29 November 2014 by Her Excellency, Berit Basse, the Ambassador of Denmark to Singapore together with LEGO Singapore and its business partner, Bricks World.
Bricks World is the oldest and largest specialist LEGO retailer in Singapore. It partnered LEGO Singapore in the opening of Singapore’s first LEGO Certified Store in November 2014. It also has six other stores across Singapore, as well as an online portal. Bricks World aims to deliver the LEGO experience through the breadth of its product offering, well-trained and knowledgeable staff, in-store calendar events and giveaways, and excellent customer service.
Two Cognita schools in Singapore – Australian International School (AIS) and Stamford American International School (SAIS) have collaborated and their world-class Early Learning Village boasting a 50,000 sqm campus is now open. Located at Kim Chuan Lane, the innovative new shared campus has been designed specifically for children aged 18 months to six years old and is the first in the world on this scale for Early Years education.
Among the shared facilities between the two schools in the Village are various multifunctional spaces thoughtfully designed with young children in mind, such as a 20-metre swimming pool which adapts to the competencies of the little swimmers – 10 short horizontal lanes for beginners, and four longer lanes lengthwise for more confident swimmers, and an indoor, air-conditioned gymnasium for their acclaimed SMART Steps specialist physical education classes and after-school enrichment.
Inspired by the world-famous Reggio Emilia philosophy incorporating the environment as a third teacher in its architecture, interior design and curriculum, the Village represents a revolutionary step in early childhood education where this age group is the first and only thought. The campus is designed by award-winning Bogle Architects in collaboration with Gary Moore, Professor of Environmental Behavioural studies at Sydney University, and Rosie Long, a Reggio Emilia Early Years Education specialist, to include specific architectural and design elements that elevate the early learning experience.
Each corner of the Village caters to the growing and developing child, with changing discovery spaces attached to every classroom which empower young learners to play to their strengths and interests. Their learning experience also extends beyond the classroom where they can choose from specialty co-curricular activities such as gymnastics, ballet, sports, drama and language-learning, amongst many others.
Located within Hillion Mall at Petir Road, PCF Sparkletots @ Cashew is PAP Community Foundation's (PCF) first childcare centre in an intergrated development. With a space of of over 2,000 sqm, the centre will provide full day child care and infant care services for over 280 children.
Their educators believe young children have an innate curiosity about their environment and a spontaneous desire to explore, imagine, construct and question. To support and develop this natural desire, their S.T.E.A.M. Approach (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) enables children to explore, experiment and engage all their senses.
The centre's curriculum will follow that of other PCF Sparkletots pre-schools, which is regularly reviewed, and focuses on areas like numeracy, creative expression and motor skills development.
bloomB is a unique and leading international retailer offering clothings and accessories for children and babies.
bloomB's purpose is simply to provide simple, fun, cheerful clothings. They have commited people around the globe who help bring this commitment to life for their customers. Throughout their company and engraved in their culture are beliefs that guide their success and accomplishment: integrity, respect, open-mindedness and quality.
Quality is what they make, and how they make it. When it comes to bloomB products, there's a lot more than meets the eye. An important part of that relates to how they are made.
Visit their new store at Paragon and check out their quality collection for your little one(s).
Carrying versatile pieces that take your child from party to playground to playpen, online kids shop Le Petit Society, has set up their first bricks-and-mortar concept store at the new Downtown Gallery.
They want to offer that exceptional convenience to however their customers want to shop. With their new physical shop, customers can buy online and choose if they want to pick up their items in their physical store.
Le Petit Society - the little society was founded upon the desire to create versatile, well-crafted clothing for children that will journey with them from the moment they arrive into this world, as precious little newborns, to the time they step out as spirited young individuals. With the founding principle that great style should be for everyone, Le Petit Society was formed in 2012 by an inspired Singaporean couple, Robyn Liang and Dylan Ong with the desire to fill a gap in the kids garment world. Through developing an Asia-made line that delivers top quality and design, the collections boast of the most comfortable and stylish pieces befitting for all occasions, across all ages.
As parents to two delightful little girls, the founders of Le Petit Society continue to seek only the best in their creations. With their experience as parents strengthening their resolve to create safe and comfortable products with every collection, Le Petit Society believes in using only choice fabrics that children will want to wear daily, and last generations. They place great thought and care in crafting their designs and their most important purpose is, and always has been, to give your children comfort and joy through their charming collections for a long time to come. Join their journey as they take small steps to bigness making clothing that caters from newborn to 12 years old.