Saturday 28 November, 2015Come November, SPRING will be leading a group of 30-50 children and parents on an excursion to get away from the concrete jungle and closer to nature! Accompanied by a team of experienced instructors, participants will learn how to climb up and down trees safely, taste the sensation of flying through the forest across a zip line, and learn other useful tips to ensure personal protection and safety. In addition, other family / group friendly activities will be available at the camp site including cycling, golf, archery and more.
16th November to 20th December 2015Following the recent launch of our 0-6 month Baby Pass, we have created a similar offering for our 18-24 month old toddlers providing unlimited access to three of our staple programmes. This new Unlimited Pass will only be available for a very limited time - from Nov 16 to Dec 20 - so get in early if you want to lock in all your favourite timeslots!
With SPRING’s latest toddlers pass offering, your child will be entitled to unlimited access to Cooking, Discoverer and Sports classes for 5 weeks.
Nov 5th (Thursday) 6:30pm - 7:30pmIt shouldn't surprise that socially successful people are generally more successful in life. Children are increasingly faced with managing these situations early on; in school interviews for example, children who can introduce themselves, converse with teachers, ask questions, provide answers and join other children at play are more likely to do well, regardless of their knowledge and abilities.
In sporting activities, children who can communicate well with the coach and work together with peers have a better chance to becoming an important member of the team even though they may not be more competent.
Our speaker Ms. Tina Stephenson will work through all these scenarios and the skills children require to be socially successful. It is never too early (or too late) for your child to learn great social skills!
The workshop will focus on:
1. Have great greetings and introductions
2. How children can join their peers at play
3. How to talk to adults
19th October to 15th November 2015Introducing SPRING’s new Baby Pass – unlimited KindyROO and Sensory classes for a month!
Targeted repetition; it’s what every developing baby can benefit from. Research in brain development indicates that connections between neurons are strengthened through repeated exposure. Children with better neurophysiological development and integration of the senses will be more prepared to succeed and excel in academic life. With SPRING’s latest Baby Pass offering, your child will be entitled to unlimited access to KindyROO and Sensory classes for a month. Help your child gain maximum exposure to our proven neurophysiological development and sensory integration techniques in our purpose built environment.
We're ready to welcome you and your children back to SPRING with two fantastic offers only available during the month of September.
For new enrolments to KindyROO@SPRING, Supersport@SPRING, Discoverer@SPRING or Drama@SPRING for weekday classes (i.e. classes that fall on Tuesdays through Fridays) we are offering 10% discount off programme fees. This is applicable to any age group within the above specified programmes.
Enrol into any two programmes simultaneously to receive a $500 cash voucher for future use. This offer is not applicable to purchasers of the Weekday Benefits offer.
*Above offers applies to enrolments from 1st through 30th September, 2015
How does your child react to spilt juice on their clothes? What do they think when other children have vastly different opinions to theirs?
Helping children gain a better understanding of themselves, the world around them and how to make better decisions are the key objectives behind the Social Emotional Workshop. Equip your child with essential life skills such as improving self-awareness, managing emotions, learning empathy and differences in people and their cultures.
With a strong background in the field of children's psychological development, progress of brain maturation, identity formation and empathic understanding, Ms. Ada Cheung heads the Social Emotional Workshop which she designed based on these child psychology related principles.