Find out how White Lodge helps kids make the most of their learning journey from a young age – a safe space where they can explore, create and build new skills.
When it comes to our kids’ education, success isn’t just about test scores. And, while the word ‘holistic’ crops up a lot in the education scene, what does it really mean? At White Lodge, the team prides itself on guiding little ones towards both personal and academic success through play – the foundation of a memorable childhood, we think!
We appreciate how White Lodge goes beyond the bounds of the usual curriculum. Here, it’s all about giving its students opportunities to get creative. The specially curated, comprehensive curriculum draws from the Reggio Emilia, Howard Gardner and High Scope philosophies. Through this unique blend, you can expect a teaching method that challenges multiple aspects of a child’s intelligence, empowering them to learn on their own.
Learn with your kids
Is your little one aged between six months and two and a half? Then why not learn and play in the parent and child programme? It’s a great way to introduce young kiddos to school life routine, thanks to activities such as music and movement, art, and sensory and outdoor play. It’s also an easy way to meet other mums and make new friends – score!
A jolly transition
With a track record of more than two decades in the educational field, you can bet your kid’s time at White Lodge will have them sailing smoothly into primary school. While we can’t wish away those first-day-of-school jitters, we know that the pre-primary programme will equip your child with the necessary skills in areas like reading, mathematics and Mandarin. The school also boasts strong STEAM programmes and adopts an inclusive approach that provides additional learning support wherever needed. All these to build up your child’s skills and resilience to take on new challenges with a curious mind!
Ready to find out more? Swing by the website and book a tour at any one of the eight campuses islandwide.
This post is in partnership with White Lodge (currently Invictus International Preschool).