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Chinese Speech & Drama with Lifesparks Learning

Chinese Speech & Drama with Lifesparks Learning
The Speech & Drama Programme is a theme – based, structured learning that aims to develop children’s abilities in language communication and expression. Through the creative use of dramatic skills training and performance, we build up each child’s confidence through practice of oral and body language communication skills.

The programme also includes exposure to traditional Chinese folk art and craft to engage children in a creative learning process, includes Chinese Tea Arts, Chinese Calligraphy, Ink Painting, and more. This cultivates interest and appreciation for Chinese culture in children from a young age.


Specialist Providers:

Wow ART Learning Creative and Aesthetic Course

Wow ART Learning Creative and Aesthetic Course
Wow! Learning is a progressive and forward thinking institution, utilizing the foremost thoughts and methodologies in Early Childhood Psychology, Creative Development Principles and Social Emotional Learning in our art courses. Established since 2008, our Wow! creative and aesthetic developmental courses have continually inspired and nurtured children from ages 2 to 9 years old across Asia.

Our Achievements

  • Wow! Learning collaborated with MOE to pioneer the Program for Active Learning (PAL) Visual Art Programme in 2009.
  • Wow! Learning collaborated with participating schools to attain 6 Gold, 6 Silver and 13 Bronze in the Bi-Annual Singapore Youth Festival Award 2009 and 2011 collectively.



Wow! ARTec Preschool Robotics STEM Programme

Game Changing Preschool Robotics S.T.E.M. programme building Numeracy Proficiency, Early Scientific and Digital Competencies

Wow! ARTec Preschool Robotics STEM Programme

Promotes proficiency in Mathematics through purposeful play of Award Winning ARTec blocks


Discover early Engineering and Scientific concepts in fun and entertaining Robotics lessons


Enjoy Coding using Early Years age appropriate pictorial based platform and programming the Robots to carry out tasks and missions

Numerous studies have proven that early grounding of young children to Scientific, Technological, and Mathematical concepts enhances their interest and lay the foundation for them to comfortably engage in these ideas when they are older.


ARTec Preschool Robotics S.T.E.M Programme Year 1 Robot Building and Coding Capabilities for Preschool Children

Building Your Robots

Building Your Robots

Children shall build motorised and mechanical robots and be introduced to engineering principles and science concepts such as

  • How shapes of legs affect movements of robots
  • Using a cylinder and pins to play notes to a rhythm
  • Understanding elasticity of rubber and explore how levers work
  • Gears of different shapes working together to create movements
  • Transferring lifting movements into rotational one using linkages and levers
  • Relationship between a motorcycle’s handle bar and direction of movements


Building Your Robots

Coding Your Robots

Children shall accomplish missions with their understanding of

  • Relationship between computers and robots, and how robotics relates to daily activities
  • Using the Studuino icon coding software to code a robotic car to drive to a sequence of commands
  • Relationship between time and distance
  • How the number of DC motors affect movements of the robotic car
  • Coding LEDs and sound buzzers into applications where lights and sounds are synced



JoyWaltz Studio- Little Pianist Course

Wow! ARTec Preschool Robotics STEM Programme

Set to bring the rhythm and beat to our kids with our Rollup Piano instrument.

Students learn to play their favourite tunes on the piano in the comfort of their classroom.

This course is specially designed to introduce & foster the love for music and in the process, develop self-confidence, teamwork and social skills of our kids! Our materials are customised with illustrations and songs to ease the student into learning the ABRSM piano & theory foundation in a fun way!

Learn to play songs like Jingle Bells, Row your Boat, Ode to Joy & Singapura!
*With participation in the Little Pianist Course for the full year. (Recommended)



Soccajoeys from Australia

Soccajoeys from Australia

Developing skills for life

Soccajoeys programs are designed by industry specialists. We assembled a team of Early Childhood Teachers, Paediatric Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists and Fitness experts to create innovative active movement programs that can be integrated into the Early Years Learning Framework. Our mission is to help Early Childhood Centres enrich the learning outcomes of their children. We understand each child progresses at their own pace, but every child requires opportunities to increase their gross motor, fine motor, social and cognitive developmental functions with age appropriate and well-structured movement based programs. We want children to foster a love for health and fitness.

“The children at Oz Education Engadine have been participating in the Soccajoeys program for the past 12 months. The children love joining in with the activities they have to offer. Not only are the children getting out and being active but they are also learning to participate in team sports while building their gross motor skills, foot eye coordination and listening skills. We look forward to continually implementing the programs Soccajoeys have to offer in our curriculum.” Lauren Anagnostiadis


Our Sessions

Each session is designed and planned by experts in child movement development. Sessions are delivered taking into consideration the age of the children and groups are created accordingly. Our coaches work with small groups of 10-14 children for 35min per session. We believe working in smaller groups allows our team of qualified coaches to engage all children and we invest time in ensuring each child is completing the skills and immersing themselves in the learning experiences. The sessions include a nutritional talk, warm up, skills, shooting excercises, stretches and end of class discussion.


Our Trainers

Our Trainers

• Early Childhood Qualified Teachers
• Teachers (Primary & Secondary)
• Qualified Coaches
• Trained to work with children with Additional Needs
• Passionate and enthusiastic
• Trained in behaviour management
• Briefed on the EYLF
• Working with children’s Certification
• Senior First Aid
• Nurturing and Supportive


Soccajoeys Benefits

Being physically active every day is fun and fulfilling. The Soccajoeys Program benefits are to:
• Help achieve and maintain a healthy weight.
• Build strong bones and muscles.
• Improve balance, movement and co-ordination skills.
• Promote social skills through interactions with people.
• Support brain development.
• Encourage self-confidence and independence.
• We create inclusive and supportive learning environments.


Each program combines Psychomotor learning elements, which when applied increase physical skills such as movement, coordination, manipulation, dexterity, grace, strength, speed; actions which demonstrate the fine motor skills such as use of precision instruments or tools.


We Help Improve

• Hand eye coordination
• Foot eye coordination
• Throwing
• Movement and agility
• Jumping
• Balance
• Kicking
• Gross motor planning

We Work Towards

• Improving listening
• Concentration
• Becoming involved learners
• Good communicators
• Helping understand thier autonomy

We Encourage

• Cooperating with others
• Persistence
• Self Confidence
• Healthy Eating Practices
• Praising others
• Being Positive




Other In House Enrichment Sessions:

Cookery classes

Children will be exposed to different cooking methods and cuisines. Cookery is a great way to integrate learning from the domains of language, mathematics, creative expression, fine motor skills, as well as their social and emotional development.


Dance and Music

Dancing, singing and playing instruments are good for the children’s overall development.
Physical movement tasks demand full engagement of mind and body” (Armistead, 2007).Singing helps children to recognize the sounds of rhyming words, and the patterns in language.The tempo and steady beats in singing develop pathways to the brain which is important, particularly for reading (Snyder, 1997)

The children also do gardening, rock climbing, yoga exercises and speech and drama.