This Father’s Day, the children at Cambridge @ Yio Chu Kang showed their appreciation by presenting a performance as well as handmade crafts to their daddies. It was a day well spent with activities such as slime and sandwich making and telematches, which were perfect for bonding
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The Cambridge @ Serangoon Gardens N2 children were introduced to the different types of pets for the topic ‘Loving Our Pets’. They learnt about the responsibilities involved in owning pets and the care that different parts require. The children were excited to meet the pets that were brought into the classroom and interact with them up close and personal. The children also happily shared about their own pets with their friends.
Our Cambridge @ Serangoon Gardens children took a trip to Hay Dairies Goat Farm and Quan Fa Organic Farm to learn how some of our food such as milk and vegetables are created. It was an eye-opening experience for the children to observe the goat milking demonstration. They were fascinated to see different types of goats and had hands-on experience feeding grass to the goats! They also visited the vegetable farm and learnt about the various vegetables and their process of growth. Everyone, including the parents accompanying their toddlers, enjoyed themselves.
The Cambridge @ Robertson K1 children are learning about DNA. They were totally focused on carrying out the experiment to extract the DNA of a human and a tomato. It was such an intriguing experience for them!
Our Cambridge @ Serangoon Gardens children went on a field trip to Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden. They had fun exploring the great outdoors and discovering various plants. The highlights of the trip were crossing the suspension bridge, playing in the tree house and going through the garden maze. What a great time they had!
The Cambridge @ Sengkang commemorated Earth week to raise awareness about ecological issues like climate change, drought, and water scarcity. The week was filled with significant and exciting activities to instill in children how they can help create a better, greener and cleaner planet. Even though Earth Day is celebrated once a year, the children were encouraged to conserve energy, recycle, and take personal responsibility for our planet throughout the year.
Our planet is an amazing place! However, it needs our help to thrive! That’s why, we commemorate Earth Day at Cambridge @ Robertson! The children were introduced to important concepts such as recycling, pollution, planting, composting, reusing, and conserving the use of energy. Special activity highlights like Earth Day poster making, limiting a class with only a bucket of water for hand-washing and turning off the lights for an hour inspired the children to appreciate and take care of the planet we live on. Happy Earth Day everyone!
The Cambridge @ Bukit Timah children went to the musical puppet show “Pinocchio: A Whale of a Tale”. Through the show, the children learnt the value of integrity, courage, appreciating loved ones and community, and protecting the environment and animals!