Children go through a stage of rapid brain development during their early years, and for maximum development, they need a stimulating environment to play and learn in.
Our partners at TechBob explain why STEAM is becoming an important ingredient in early learning …
Check out our latest Star Performers series, featuring our student Jacob from previous Festival Weeks.
Check out our latest Star Performers series, featuring our student Alyanna from previous Festival Weeks.
Joanna Hotung, Founder of Kids’ Gallery and Trinity College Licentiate in Speech and Drama, shares her tips for success in preparing for public recitals.
Are you trying out for an upcoming show? Whether you’re an expert or a newbie at auditions, it’s aways important to remind yourself of the key principles.
What better lesson can we teach our children than to care for our home and planet? Even very young children can join in recycling, taking care of their things, and not wasting food and resources.
One of our parents and a keen audience member at Winter Wonderland shares the true meaning of performance with us …
Donner Lee, mum, educator, and Director of Face Productions, shares her top tips
It’s that time of year again! And there’s one question in your head … How are you going to dress your child for the Halloween party?
We’re here to share some cool outfit ideas that don’t take much time to prepare but definitely look fabulous and special for all kinds of parties!
Preschool, nursery, or kindergarten – whatever you call it, this is probably the first place outside your home where your child will learn skills in the five main areas of development:
Mindfulness is not just a buzzword, and not just for adults. Practising mindfulness helps kids learn to focus, manage stress, regulate emotions, and develop a positive outlook on life.
In this increasingly competitive age where children are increasingly pushed to be faster, smarter, well-rounded little humans, creative classes such as dance can take a back seat in their jam-packed schedule.