Thursday 28 Jan 2021

Teddy Tunes - music and movement for tots to bop to!

Teddy Tunes classes are lively engaging music and movement classes for young children. The classes gently encourage child interaction, promoting social skills as well as developing gross and fine motor skills through the use...

Thursday 28 Jan 2021

Proud to be sharing this podcast with you (paying a tribute to Swallows and Amazon's at 40st minute)

Episode 1 - A Boy Called Ulysses A Dog Called Diversity In the very first episode of A Dog called Diversity, Lisa speakers to Marie-Liesse Calmejane about her son Ulysses....

Sunday 17 Jan 2021

New Year’s Resolutions. You either love them or hate them. Or more accurately: you do them or don’t do them.For me, they’re the kiss of death. As soon as I tell myself I can’t have something, I want it quite unreasonably. Maybe that’s because most of my attempts in the past...

Sunday 06 Dec 2020

I was a little alarmed recently when a friend of mine said she had no idea how much money she had in her bank account. We’d been talking about how much we were spending in the lead up to Christmas. What part of the bank account was available for spending on fun things; that...

Sunday 06 Dec 2020

The tree in the middle of our school has come down. Here since the beginning, our tree has been like a beacon, somehow showing us and the families that know us just what we’re about. Now that the arborist has been called in to lop it off, it’s with bittersweet beatings in my...

Wednesday 18 Nov 2020

Futures are hanging in the balance. Can you feel it?

It’s that time of year where parents and teenage children lodge applications with universities. Students are having to think ahead and prepare for tertiary studies in 2021. And at the same time, they’re studying for their...

Wednesday 18 Nov 2020

In 1983, Dr. Gardner, professor of education at Harvard University, came up with the theory of Multiple Intelligences. It suggests that the traditional way of measuring one’s intelligence, ( I.Q. testing) is far too narrow. Instead, Dr. Gardner put forward his theory that...

Saturday 17 Oct 2020

It’s not hard to notice that many people take care of their appearance in Singapore. The year-round warm weather means full-time sandal and swimwear-wearing is possible. It prompts a lot of us to exercise, visit the manicurist, hairdressers, and decisions over choosing going...

Saturday 17 Oct 2020

Love thy neighbour is taking on a whole new meaning right now.

We’re spending more time in our hoods than usual as working from home continues for many. Children play more in neighbourhood parks and around apartment building common areas while we wait for after-school...

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