Cambridge @ ROBERTSON

Cambridge @ Robertson is our flagship preschool centre that is conveniently located along River Valley. Catering to both local and expat families in the area, it offers parents the option of Chinese and Japanese as a second language for their children. The diversity in culture is embraced and celebrated at the centre, giving children opportunities for inter-cultural interactions.

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Animal Resort

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The Cambridge @ Robertson toddlers and N1 children had an amazing time at the “Animal Resort”. The children interacted with different animals such as rabbits, guinea pigs, ducks, pigeons, geese,...

Tanabata Star Festival

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The Cambridge @ Robertson children celebrated Tanabata Star Festival today! The Tanabata tradition is a mix of Chinese legends that were brought to Japan in the nara period. This seasonal...

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...


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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...

Children’s Day

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At Cambridge @ Robertson, we recognise that today’s children will be the global force of the future. Children’s Day was celebrated with a theme party, “What Would You Want to...

Cool de Sac

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Cambridge @ Robertson brought our children’s learning out of the classroom to the Cool-de-Sac playground. The children spent several fun-filled hours exploring the sprawling space with different play zones. They...

Mid Autumn Festival

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Family and friends, lantern processions and oh-so-sweet mooncakes are three things that make the Mid-Autumn Festival one of the loveliest Chinese festivals for the children of Cambridge @ Robertson. As...

Celebrating Grandparent’s Day

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Our grandparents make the world a little softer, a little kinder, and a little warmer. In celebration of Grandparent's Day, the Cambridge @ Robertson children made personalised craftworks to thank...

We Are Singapore!

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Cambridge @ Robertson marks Singapore’s 53 years of independence with a heartfelt rendition of “We Are Singapore”! Click on the 360° video and move your screen around.


Extracting DNA

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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...

Earth Day

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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...

Plant Experiment

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The Cambridge @ Robertson K1 children kicked start Term 2 with an experiment relating to what they see in their everyday environment. They planted their own green beans and observed...

Home-school Partnership

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At Cambridge, we believe in fostering home-school partnership with parents. Our breakfast session with parents is one of the platforms that gives parents an opportunity to deeper understand our iSTEAM...

Celebrating Easter Day

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The Cambridge @ Robertson children had an "egg-citing" day celebrating Easter. They had loads of fun looking for Easter eggs containing treats, decorating eggs and baskets, and enjoying a lovely...

Science Centre

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The Cambridge @ Robertson K1 and K2 children stepped into Science Centre for a day of exploration! The highlight of the trip was the Tinkering Studio where they applied the...

iSTEAM Curriculum

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The Cambridge @ Robertson K1 children embarked on an exciting, new adventure of inquiry-based learning through our iSTEAM curriculum, where they explored interdisciplinary concepts of innovation, science, technology, engineering, arts...

Tanabata Matsuri – Star Festival

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Tanabata Matsuri, also known as the Star Festival, is a Japanese Festival the annual meeting of the deities Orihime and Hikoboshi. The Cambridge @ Robertson children celebrated the festival with...

SEA Aquarium and River Safari

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In line with this term’s topic on “Our Special World”, the Cambridge @ Robertson children embarked on an awesome trip to the SEA Aquarium (N1 & N2) and the River...

Mother’s Day Celebrations

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This year's Mother's Day celebrations at Cambridge @ Robertson took us to the world of flora and fauna! All the children and their mummies spent a wonderful and cool morning...

Cold Storage Supermarket

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At Cambridge, we believe in giving children opportunities to learn beyond the classroom. The K2 children from Cambridge @ Robertson made a trip to the Cold Storage Supermarket nearby as...


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    “She brings home all kinds of STEM terminology that she applies to various aspects of daily life

    Mother of Lucy

    Lucy’s father and I have loved watching Lucy blossom before our eyes over the last year she has spent at Cambridge Robertson Walk. Not only does she bring home all kinds of STEM terminology that she applied to various aspects of daily life (such as identifying the pulley system she sees in constructions cranes and curtain cords, stump us with her new Mandaring vocabulary, as well as introduce us to games and toys from Japanese Culture from the weekly culture class, but she also has evolved into a more assertive and socially bold kid. We are so grateful for the learning sanctuary Cambridge provides, and feels so assured every time we receive thoughtful feedback from the teachers there

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    “I’m so glad to see my son’s pictures at school”

    Parent of Senge

    First of all, thank you for all the care for my son. He already went to school for 2 months now and he loved it! He doesn’t speak well yet but when he comes back home after school, he sings a song to me and told me what he did in school :)

    I’m so glad that’s he was able to learn a lot at school. Also, I’m so glad to see my son’s pictures at school every day!

    Thank you for your continued support.

  • “An Exclusive Interview with Mr. Ono Hiroyuki”

    Father of Azumi and Meiko

    We would like to express our gratitude to Mr. Ono Hiroyuki, whose children are studying at Cambridge Pre-school, for sharing his children’s experiences with Cambridge Pre-school and to reaffirm our belief that we have made a difference in the lives of the children under our care. Thank you.

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    “…he was a ‘Mr. No’ child, but now he is a confident boy.”

    Ms Chua Chew Peng, Mother of Hector Lee

    Time flies .. Hector will be graduating end of this year with Cambridge @ Robertson. I share with him the same mixed feelings, excited that he will be entering a new milestone but sad that he is leaving the school soon.The past 3 years had been an excellent experience for Hector. Besides the fundamental academic curriculum, the school cultivates real-world skills through project work.   With a different theme topic in each term, Hector learns and develops valuable skill that enables him to communicate, collaborate, manage changes and being creative which are essential skills to prepare him for tomorrow’s world. He has also established strong friendship with his classmates.  He would share about his interaction with them in class, whose birthday is coming and what snacks to buy for his friends when they have an outings.  This is necessity for a healthy psychological development and I am glad Hector is coping this very well.

    We would like to convey our appreciation to ALL teachers and staffs who have been part of his life for the last 3 years. They took great efforts to understand each and every child’s unique personality and nurture them. I remembered very clearly when Hector first started with Cambridge, he was a “Mr. No” child, but now he is a confident child who has the necessary skills to move forward to the next stage.

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    “…the diversity of cultures…made the school even more interesting!”

    Rita Noyce, Mother of Adam & Emma

    It’s been a lovely experience being part of the Cambridge family.

    The diversity of cultures among students and teachers has made the school even more interesting!

    As a parent, it has been so rewarding seeing how Adam has become a very confident and independent person. For all this, thanks to the experience teachers. They have always been so caring, supportive and friendly.
    From Adam’s first day of school, all the teachers made him/us feel very welcomed. We could feel the homely environment and we knew without doubt that we had made the right choice for our son.

    The variety of activities, projects, outdoor visits and so on, have been great not only for Adam but for the rest of our family. As a parent, being able to participate in some of these activities has also being fantastic! We have had the pleasure to meet other parents and got to know the teachers a little bit more.

    Adam will miss Cambridge so much but he will always have unforgettable memories with his dear friends and teachers. There are not enough words to express our gratitude for helping Adam become the boy he is now.

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    “…an authentic learning experience.”

    Parents of Faaiz & Zara

    Cambridge @ Robertson has been more than a school for our children. It has not only been a memorable but also an authentic learning experience for them. The project based approach is truly helpful in acquiring life long learning skills based on the real world scenarios and environment. Each term has something different and interesting to offer and look forward to. It has also opened up their minds to the whole new world through discovery, experimentation and learning. We love the way excursions, activities and events are organised per given topics. From languages to numbers to science to current affairs, the vast variety of topics are covered during the year. It is also heartening to see how teachers and staff give individual attention to each child based on their learning abilities and skills. Not only this, the teachers have really been instrumental in mental and physical development of our children as well as providing them with a loving and caring environment during these crucial years of their lives. Both Faaiz and Zara love the outdoors and water-sand-play too during the week. Zara thoroughly enjoys her ballet class as well. Every day, they have something new to share with us and talk about at home.

    The school also caters to different kinds of learners. For example, our son is more of a visual and auditory learner whereas, our daughter prefers to have a more hands-on experience and visuals. Not only this, they have also improved their imaginary as well as fine motor skills and we can see a difference over these years. Our son in K2 to some extent can read, write, draw and even take up group projects and talk about different topics in hand. They are able to speak well and have also gained confidence in interacting with people from different cultures and backgrounds based on the mix of classmates and teachers they have in school. We are happy to see them acquiring multilingual skills too. They are both non-native speakers of Mandarin and their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills have dramatically improved over these years and so much so that they are ready to take it up as their mother tongue in primary school and onwards.

    Besides, we loved the idea of having technology – interactive board and a computer in each classroom to have a more immersive learning experience rather than just books. They are also taught to be fairly independent individuals. Our son’s habits have definitely improved. We, as parents, are extremely thankful to the teachers and school for their efforts in the best nurture of our children and look forward to even more exciting years ahead with our little daughter still in school while our son moving on to Primary 1 soon. Thank you so much everyone!



Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday: 7:00am – 7:00pm
Weekends & Public Holidays: Closed

Take a school tour to view our learning environment, teaching methods and many more at Cambridge @ Robertson.

  • In-house Japanese teachers
  • Curriculum includes Japanese Culture Class
  • Japanese Enrichment available

Tel:+65 6737 9139 Email:Robertson@cambridge.school

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