Family Partners Learning Center (FPLC) is a school which caters to kindergarten children. Located at the Union Church of Manila, the school is being handled by the church but there is no requirement for students to be involved in a particular kind of religion. The school takes pride of their various cultural exchange events that respect the culture of the children enrolled coming from different countries. The learning center provides different activities that help kids to develop skills needed for their growth. Also, the school works closely with the students’ families to be able to help in the progress of the child. The center conducts field trips, and programs for […]
Cambridge Child Development Center (CCDC) was established in Singapore in 1993 but only started operating in the Philippines in 2001. The international preschool believes that every child has the potential to be the best they can be. Their teaching methods and policies are all centered around the belief.
Founded in 1959, La Salle Green Hills (LSGH) has become one of the most prestigious schools in the Philippines. It is the only boys’ school among all the De La Salle chain of universities. Multiple buildings house the various educational facilities and classrooms for all levels, from pre-school to high school. The school is mainly Catholic but they also accept children of different religions. Most of the classes are conducted in English, recommendable and comparable to those of international schools. However, non-Filipino students will have to take the “Special Filipino program” in order for them to understand Filipino subjects. For Grade School department: Age: 5 ½-14 ½ years old School […]
– Haven’t planned any mental exercise for your son/daughter to be prepared before entering elementary school? In little Clarion, they have different programs to help your child widen his/her imagination. They prepare different activities such as tae kwon do, theater (to improve your child’s body movement) and other things such as building blocks and Lego, playing with sand and, sometimes, drawing. – – In active learning, the children will remember things by doing something. However, in order to make them memorize the lessons they learned, they offer programs that can take full advantage of the children’s five senses. The main course content: • Imagination, mathematics, logic improvement and mother tongue […]