At Maple Bear, we provide a child-centered education based on play-based and inquiry-based learning. Our warm and positive interactions help children feel valued, safe, and confident in themselves. We focus on hands-on, experiential learning to encourage curiosity, exploration, and development of social, emotional, cognitive, and physical skills. Our play-based approach fosters creativity, problem-solving, and critical thinking, while our inquiry-based approach encourages exploration of children's interests. We are committed to helping children become confident, independent, and lifelong learners.

Joy of Learning

At our school, we believe that the joy of learning should be at the heart of every child's educational journey. That's why we provide a play-based learning environment that incorporates hands-on activities and child-led learning. Our enthusiastic educators work Read More closely with families to create a collaborative partnership that supports each child's growth and development. We believe in positive reinforcement and encourage children to explore their interests and talents. Our aim is to provide a fun and engaging experience that helps create confident and creative learners. Come join us and discover the joy of learning! Less

Inquiry-Based Curriculum

At our Preschool, we believe that providing a well-rounded education involves nurturing global awareness and a sense of cultural competence. We aim to prepare young learners to become responsible global citizens, able to navigate diverse perspectives and make Read More informed decisions. Our curriculum emphasises critical thinking, problem-solving, collaboration, and creativity, all essential skills for success in today's interconnected world. Additionally, we prioritise social-emotional learning, promoting empathy, self-awareness, and responsible decision-making. Join us on a journey of 21st-century learning. Less

Cultivating Mindfulness

At our school, we understand the importance of taking a holistic approach to education. That's why we incorporate mindfulness practices into our daily routine to promote our students' mental, emotional, and social well-being. By learning to be present and attentive Read More in the moment, our students can improve their focus, concentration, and memory, while also reducing stress and anxiety. Mindfulness practices also help our students develop greater self-awareness, self-regulation, and emotional resilience. Through regular mindfulness exercises, such as mindful breathing and mindful movement, our students can cultivate the essential social and emotional skills of empathy, compassion, and effective communication, which are vital for building positive relationships and a strong sense of community. Less

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