The Alternative Education provides multisensory educational therapy for children with special needs including dyslexia, ADHD, and Asperger’s.
A registered arts charity and curious place for children 12 years and under, to play, explore and imagine, with drop-in programmes on the weekend. Entry to the Artground is free
Spark each child’s curiosity to learn, acquire skills and motivation that will enable him / her to be the captain of his / her dreams.
Tuesdays – Sundays 10:00am to 6:00pm
Child (aged 1 – 12): $20 Accompanying adult: Free
Additional accompanying adult: $10
Focus on the Family Singapore is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping families thrive. Get equipped with parenting tools and skills through our family life resources and workshops.
Julia Gabriel Centre offers Speech and Drama programmes (2-18 years), Language Arts Programmes (2-12 years) and Adult Accompanied Programmes (6 months-4 years)
Their specialised EduDrama methodology, which uses drama, role play or imaginary play as tools for creating confident and expressive communicators, characterises every programme and working practice in our centres. Each specialist curriculum is carefully structured to enhance creativity, develop cognitive ability and ignite a passion for learning. Considerable attention is paid to creating a positive and enabling environment: teaching takes place with small group numbers in bright and colourful studios, facilitated by an international team of lively educators, passionate about creative education and children.
Kids’ Gallery offers creative courses from Visual Arts to Performing Arts to Communication Arts!
The Tots’ Classroom offers a series of early childhood development courses for two* to six year olds. These courses seek to enrich children’s ability as they develop. We use directed and focused play that helps a child master their physical, motor, locomotor, cognitive, communication and social skills. The aim is to help the child get ready for formal (primary) schooling.
These skills are important because children without these requisite base skills will be behind their peers in school. Teachers will be struggling to “fix” these children so that they have these base skills before being able to go on to the content that is required. As such, teachers will be encouraging and giving the content-based work to those children who already have the basic skills like spelling, speaking, arithmetic, reading, thinking, attention and are able to do seat work. Those without these abilities tend to get left behind.
Our centre focuses on these skills. We hope that your child will be able to progress well, to be able to engage, to tell others what they do and to have sufficient development in cognitive and intelligence when they first start formal school.