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National STEAM Day

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In commemoration of National STEAM Day, the Cambridge @ Robertson participated in a series of STEAM-inspired activities. This form of education is deeply embedded in the Cambridge’s curriculum as we recognise the importance of preparing children for the future by prompting them with real-life problems and encouraging innovative children-led solution! Here are some snapshots of the children unleashing their creativity and engaging in meaningful activities covering Innovation, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics.

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National STEAM Day

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Over at Cambridge @ Sengkang, the children celebrated National STEAM Day with interesting projects such as creating their own emoji thaumatrope optical illusion toy and watercolour house, investigating which object rolls down a slope faster and putting together a gliding robot that can climb any wall. What a happy iSTEAM day they had!

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National STEAM Day

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The Cambridge @ Fernvale children observed National STEAM Day with interesting experiments on colours. The toddlers created wonderful artworks through a push-and-pull painting activity. The N1 children made ‘fizzy rainbows’ using of baking soda, vinegar and food colouring, while the N2 children made ‘Rainbow Paper’ using clear nail polish and black sheets of paper. As for the older K1 and K2 children, they had an aeroplane challenge. The curious children investigated how much cargo a paper aeroplane could carry.

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National STEAM Day

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Cambridge @ Serangoon Gardens celebrated “National STEAM Day” by a variety of iSTEAM activities. The toddlers were fully immersed in discovering how magnets work. As for the N1 children, they explored with colours as they witnessed the cause and effect reaction caused by the mixing baking soda with vinegar. The N2 children were amazed with the Magic Milk activity. They placed cotton swabs with dish soap into the milk and observed how soap molecules moved around and attached to the fat molecules in the milk. The K1 children had fun with a cardboard roll marbles building activity where they observed the movements of marbles. For our K2 children, they were challenged to build a bridge that could withstand the weight of 50 dominos using ice cream sticks. It was indeed an engaging and exciting activity day for all!”

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Halloween

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Halloween is a holiday of fun and creativity. The Cambridge @ Robertson children enjoyed letting their imaginations run halloween-y this time of the year! This year’s Halloween theme was “HOCUS POCUS, YOU’RE FAMOUS: A Hollyweird Halloween Party”. The children has an exciting and enjoyable experience dressing up in their exceptional costumes enthused from Hollywood movies and eating food inspired from famous Hollywood movies. The highlight of today’s event was the trick-or-treat activity in the comfort in the school. We would like to thank the Cambridge @ Robertson parents for their generous contribution of treats for this activity and dressing up their children. Your support made this day extra special and memorable for the children!

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Happy Halloween

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The Cambridge @ Sengkang children had a “spooktastic” Halloween celebration. The children showcased their costumes to their friends and played games such as Egg Racing and Spider Web Toss. Last but not least, they went trick-or-treating from classroom to classroom. Happy Halloween everyone!

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Health Promotion Board

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The H-team from the Health Promotion Board visited Cambridge @ Fernvale. A one-stop “playground” with tactile and interactive exhibits was set up for children to raise their awareness on the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle through simple and engaging activities. The children learnt more about health topics such as nutrition, physical activity, myopia prevention, hygiene, mental wellness and oral health.

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