Open House Special: Free Trial | Registration Fee Waiver | Term Fee Discounts


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Julia Gabriel Centre is hosting an Open House at their new centre in Greenwich V, register to secure your spot and enjoy a free trial, registration fee waiver and term fee discounts now!

Julia Gabriel Centre Open House Sep 2022

This is the ideal opportunity to learn about their programmes, understand their approach to education and meet the teams, including educators from Chengzhu Mandarin Centre who will teach a selection of Mandarin programmes. And because it's Julia Gabriel, it is a guarantee that it will be an enjoyable, informative and interactive occasion!

Location: 1 Seletar Road, #02-03/04 Greenwich V, Singapore 807011
Dates: 3 and 10 September 2022
Time: 9am – 6pm

Open House Special: Free Trial* | Registration Fee Waiver | Term Fee Discounts

*Event includes a free trial session for the programmes listed. Places are limited. Register HERE to secure your spot.

English Programmes
1. PlayNest (6 months – 18 months)
Feeling safe and secure is paramount to your child during the foundational stages of their learning journey. That’s why accompanied programmes during the very early years are so meaningful. Support your child as they guide you both through their sensory, social, emotional and language development in the most nurturing environment.

2. PlayClub (18 months – 3 years)
As toddlers gain the confidence to explore more widely, PlayClub is all about fostering growing self-control and autonomy. This dynamic programme for children and adults serves as a bridge between home and school as all enjoy a range of interactive, dramatic and highly creative tasks together.

3. Speech & Drama (Nursery 1 & 2)
Their specialist educators guide young children through stories, music and movement, drama and games, with language-in-action as the focus of this inquiry-based programme. Learning becomes as natural and engaging as play as children develop confidence, independence and expressive communication skills.

4. Speech & Drama (Kindergarten 1 & 2)
Quality age-appropriate literature (both poetry and prose) take centre stage in our Speech & Drama programme for kindergarteners, as activities inspire their creative and cognitive processes. Kindergarten 2 students work towards Trinity College London’s Young Performers Certificate, enabling them to develop cooperation, collaboration, creative and communication skills through process drama.

5. I Love Reading (Nursery 1 & 2)
Children develop reading readiness through participation in drama activities based on the Alphabet Zoo book. As they make connections between letters and sounds and increase their vocabulary, they are invited to explore language creatively, developing all the skills required to become interested and successful readers.

6. Let’s Read and Write (Kindergarten 1 & 2)
Every child receives close attention from their class educator as they develop their reading and writing skills through experiential learning. From comprehending different text types, to employing various grammar techniques with confidence during writing activities, students discover their own reading, writing and expressive speaking styles.

Mandarin Programmes
1. PlayNest (6 months – 18 months)

Babies and toddlers absorb Mandarin naturally as they enjoy a series of high energy language-rich activities along with their accompanying adult.

2. PlayClub (18 months – 3 years)

Children explore and discover in increasingly independent ways, facilitated by their lively and expert language role-models, who introduce key concept words and phrases through stories, puppets, drama activities, art and craft and songs. Every activity, including for example snack time and free play, is also an opportunity to develop cognitive, social, emotional and physical skills, as children learn to share, take turns, accept and manage emotions.

3. Language Learners (Nursery 1 – Kindergarten 2)
At each level, children enjoy tasks that develop the four components of language learning – speaking, listening, reading and writing. Creative activities include drama, storytelling, music and movement, art and craft and reading. Children progress from learning to write Chinese characters, mastering the correct sequence of strokes, to constructing full sentences as they develop their creative writing abilities.

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