Business Development and Operations Manager (Punggol)
Bright Kids School House
Start Small Dream Big 2020
Our preschool has embarked on President Challenge's project: Start Small Dream Big and we have chosen the topic on healthcare heroes.
Since the Covid-19 outbreak in Singapore, our frontliners (mainly the healthcare professionals) have been working very hard to fight this pandemic. A few of our parents who work in hospitals/healthcare are also affected by the outbreak too.
Little bright kids aged 5 to 6 years old have been engaged in various activities to build awareness on the sacrifices our healthcare professionals have to go through. One of the activities that our children did is pressed flower appreciation handicraft to give the healthcare professionals to show gratitude, respect and admiration. Another activity is to put up a performance. This will be recorded and we would like to share it with you. We hope to give our healthcare professionals joy.
Hawksbill Turtle Project 2018
In collaboration with Nparks, Bright Kids @ 175D had engaged children in an inquiry based project which focused on the importance of conserving the marine life. In this project, children learnt more about the hawksbill turtle and understood that they are critically endangered species. Through the 4 weeks project, children were able to advocate for the importance of marine life and how they could contribute to the well-being of the hawksbill turtle. Towards the end of the project, the children were also given the opportunity to attend the launch of the turtle hatchery on sisters' island to share their learning experiences with the public.
Participated in North East Clean and Green Singapore Carnival 2019. Our Kindergarten students performed at Oasis Terraces Community Plaza with a message keeping Singapore Clean and Green.
We also participated in the ‘North East Green Adventure Workshop’ jointly hosted by the North East Community Development Council and the National Environment Agency. The programme aims to promote environmental awareness among students aged 4 to 8 years old through engaging stories, hands-on activities and fun-filled games to equip them with knowledge on environmental sustainability and the importance of environmental ownership.
NParks Planting Activity
We also collaborated with Nparks to learn about planting vegetables at home. We invited Ms Mariam, a volunteer for Oasis Community Garden to have a talk with our children and engaged in eggshell planting.