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The latest news, updates, articles and resources from the BibiNogs's family!

Chinese New Year 2021 Celebrations

18 February

This Chinese New Year, our BibiNogs preschoolers deepened their understanding about the Chinese culture through activities such as yusheng tossing and receiving red packets. They even had a go at creating their own lion dance show! Everyone had great fun ushering in the year of the ox together. What a fabulous start to the year!

BibiNogs Learning Incursion 2021

18 February

From birth to early childhood, children use their senses to explore, discover and make sense of the world around them.

Providing opportunities for sensory play supports cognitive growth, language development, gross motor skills, social interaction, and problem-solving skills.

Our BibiNogs preschoolers had a blast learning through play on our Sensory Play Day!

5 Ways Children Say “I love you”

11 February

As parents, we have found ourselves hopelessly in love with our children and the littlest things that they do. As countless as the stars in the sky we want to tell them “I love you” over and over again. Through sacrifice and effort, we hope our children know we love them. And I am sure they do. But do you know that your children love you too? They might not always utter the same 3 words, but through their smallest deeds and childlike ways, they tell us. Here are some examples of how children express love, to us. Have a lovely Valentine’s Day!

BibiNogs’ Open House (Sat, 20 Feb 2021)

27 January

BibiNogs Preschool @King’s Arcade is having an Open House and we would like to invite you!

Come by for a fun hands-on and interactive time together with our teachers. Pre-registration is required.

Kindly rsvp early via this online form https://forms.gle/wHWyZzzG4ZbPye8ZA.

Due to safety measures, limited slots are available. Book now to avoid disappointment! We can’t wait to see you on Sat, 20 Feb 2021!

Should you need further clarifications please do not hesitate to contact us at 8800 6633.

Teachers’ Training Day

07 December

On 7 December 2020, our BibiNogs teachers attended a professional development session conducted by Ms Brenda Yeow, a veteran in science education and a school leader in MOE for 43 years. The session was organised as part of our Teachers’ Training Day to upgrade our teachers’ pedagogical skills. The teachers learnt about inquiry-based learning with hands-on activities and planning of inquiry-based lessons to enable students to understand better the content of the lessons they are working on.

Online Workshop: Using Emotional Intelligence (EQ) in the Classroom

19 September

As part of our Continuing Professional Development for our teachers, three of our BibiNogs’ teachers, namely Ms Haryani, Ms Lisa Li and Ms Candice Ong joined with 100 participants in an online workshop titled “Using Emotional Intelligence (EQ) in the Classroom” on 7 and 8 September 2020 organised by the Principals Academy. The online workshop presented by Mrs Belinda Charles, Dean of Principals Academy, helps to equip teachers with the EQ skills which will give them an understanding of both self and others. It will enrich their teacher-student relationship, give them tools to teach character education, and help them create a productive workplace. This course will enable teachers to identify and understand emotions and the patterns they take as well as navigating a path between conflicting emotions while strengthening values.

Parenting Webinar: Mental Fitness for Parents and Families by Dr Paula Robinson

14 September

BibiNogs in partnership with Principals Academy organised a live webinar titled “Mental Fitness for Parents and Families” on the 29 August 2020 Saturday. The webinar was attended by over 100 parents and friends from Australia, China, India, the Philippines, and Singapore. The speaker was Dr Paula Robinson, a registered, consulting Psychologist, speaker and Managing Director of the Positive Psychology Institute and Applied Positive Psychology Learning Institute (APPLI) specialising in the science, application and integration of traditional Psychology and Positive Psychology. During the webinar, Dr Robinson provided the attendees with evidence-based activities that can help their family to thrive at home, school and work.

What Our Attendees Said…

  1. This was an excellent seminar. My daughter was sitting beside me throughout, we learnt together. I think this seminar not only benefit parents, so perhaps the school can consider offering this to the students in school.
  2. It was fantastic! Congratulations for organising it and Dr Paula for her generosity and experience to make it so clear and engaging. The short activity from Smiling Mind/Head Space was super!
  3. An insightful and effective reminder of having a positive mindset Thank you so much for all the very practical advice, can’t wait to apply them!
  4. This has been a truly enriching and insightful talk. Thanks very much for generously sharing your thoughts and expertise, Dr, Robinson!
  5. Probably can we have more short sessions like this which allow busy folks to be able to set aside pockets of time to attend instead of one whole day, which might be info overload? So many wonderful ideas that will be incredibly useful in my work with children
  6. Paula – that was really practical advice that I can transfer to my parenting and teaching.
  7. Thank you so much, Dr Robinson, this talk is fantastic and so useful to my husband and me!
  8. Thank you for sharing Paula! This is great stuff for parents and teachers. And now practise, practise, practise!