From the playground to the classroom, there’s heaps of learning opportunities at GESS
Step into GESS’s campus on Dairy Farm Lane and you’ll see why we’ve got heart eyes over their new digs. From its amazing state-of-the-art facilities to its cool maker spaces, it’s no wonder that the lil’ kiddos enjoy every minute they spend at school. But don’t just take it from us, take a peep at our video to see how much the kids are loving school life at GESS, or register here for the upcoming Pre-School Open House. The HoneyKids team recently popped by and spent the morning at GESS to speak to Laura Munaro, GESS’s Head of Pre-School to get the full lowdown on what makes pre-school at GESS so darn special.
A school environment that creates confident learners
As parents of young children, we want our kids to feel comfortable and confident in their surroundings. After all, it’s their first foray into the world of school. At GESS friendly teachers make learning fun and interesting and view students as strong, capable learners who have the potential to achieve anything they set their mind to. They guide each child individually to make sure they get everything they need.
A place where kids feel at home
When we last spoke to GESS parents Anushka and Joy Rankothge, they shared that they loved the fact that their son, Jovan, immediately felt at home. “All the teachers know his name as well as the names of all the kids in the kindergarten,” they shared, “As a parent, it makes you feel that the teachers and preschool administration really get to know your child and not treat each kid as just a preschool student.”
An education that comes in many forms
As Head of Pre-School Laura says, learning comes in many ways. From socialising during break time to kicking balls in the playground with friends, there’s always something to be gleaned from every experience!
To learn more about what GESS has to offer your family and get an inside look into its pre-school programme, join the community at an open house and have a chat with the friendly admission and teaching staff.
This post is sponsored by GESS.