Ugly Food is Beautiful
Food waste comes in many forms and unsold groceries is one of them. We collaborated with Ugly Food who came down to our school to educate us about, well, ugly foods! These ...
Comfortably located at one end of Jubilee road, Pat's Schoolhouse Jubilee Park's generous facilities can be seen from the roads all around. The spacious premises reflect the school’s emphasis on learning that is fun, hands-on as well as intellectually challenging. Boasting one of the largest outdoor playing grounds of any preschool in Singapore, boundless opportunities exist for children to learn and grow through physical, outdoor play.
As a recipient of the Ministry of Education’s SPARK award, Pat's Schoolhouse Jubilee Park has a vision to nurture bilingual children with a love for two languages, aiming to cultivate core values of Curiosity, Creativity, Confidence and Continuity in all students. The unique, progressive and all-encompassing bilingual immersion core curriculum integrates internationally renowned programmes with a unique local flavour. Effectively delivered by a team of English and Mandarin language teachers in the same classroom at the same time all the time, children are encouraged to interact within context throughout the day, hence acquiring bilingual capabilities at a very young age.
As a forward looking organization, Pat's Schoolhouse Jubilee Park is one of the first preschools in Singapore to provide touch screen technology, assimilating active learning experiences (such as music and movement, art and craft, cooking, physical activities, foundational math, among others) with their enriched curriculum (FasTracKids, FasTrack Music and I-Math), creating an environment that promotes holistic growth for children.
Headed by Natalie Lim and supported by a diverse teaching team from Taiwan, China and Philippines, the center is dedicated and passionate about what they do; a fact supported by a low staff turnover rate (<10%). Together, they strive to provide a good environment that makes a difference in the lives of children. The children also learn with fellow students from Russia, Japan, Korea, China and Indonesia.