Archive | August, 2015

BibiNogs @ Rise & Shine 2015

23 August




BibiNogs will be participating in the upcoming Rise & Shine 2015 festival from 28 to 30 Aug 2015. Drop by the BibiNogs booth (Booth A13) to find out about our programs and say hi to our teachers and staff!

We will also be conducting workshops on the first two days of the festival for parents and children to experience our two programs Mandarin Tots and Bilingual Babes.

Mandarin Tots
Date: 28th August, Friday
Time: 4.00 pm to 4.45 pm
Venue: Suntec Convention Hall 404
Sign up here

Bilingual Babes
Date: 29 August, Saturday
Time: 5.00 pm to 5.45 pm
Venue: Suntec Convention Hall 404, Kids Workshop Zone
Sign up here


Workshop registrants will also receive a goodie bag worth $20.
We hope to see you at Rise & Shine!

Welcome to the new BibiNogs!

23 August


We’re pleased to announce that BibiNogs has a fresh new look for its website and logo! Keeping in line with our belief that a child’s natural intelligence is encouraged by multi-sensory play, our new logo is designed to reflect the different textures and colors with a playful look. Likewise, we revamped the website to provide a clearer user experience for both current and potential parents to find out more and navigate through the various programs we have for your little ones!

We hope to keep this blog updated with the latest news and updates from the BibiNogs family as well as useful articles and helpful resources for you and your child. You can also follow us on our official Facebook page:  to check out the fun activities and lessons we’ve been up to!

Blog Mention: BibiNogs’ SG50 Celebration by Aiwei Allan

06 August

Image credits: Aiwei Allan

We are pleased to share a blog post by our BibiNogs parent, Aiwei Allen, on how our school celebrated the momentous SG50 National Day event together as a community, as a big happy family.

2015 is the year that Singapore celebrates her golden jubilee and we were so glad that BibiNogs organized a celebratory picnic for the children and their families. And with the inscription of Singapore Botanic Gardens as a UNESCO World Heritage Site this year, the venue of the national birthday celebration couldn’t be more appropriate.
Theo surrounded by orchid flowers, which could be found throughout SBG

I was looking forward to the school celebration as I love seeing Theo and Mia engage with their teachers and friends, and it’s also a great opportunity for me to meet with the parents of Theo and Mia’s schoolmates and the teachers/staff at BibiNogs.

It was a themed, fun-filled picnic session of quizzes about Singapore in both English and Mandarin languages, watching the children run around the open spaces (the Bougainvillea and Bamboo park was the perfect location since it was plenty huge to accommodate the active children) with their friends and interacting with the teachers/staff and parents as well…..

To read the full article, click here.