6 Tips On Travelling With Young Children

Being in Singapore is a wonderful thing. The country is an aviation hub with frequent flights to the region and to the rest of the world (5.29 million passengers in May 2018!). It’s easy and affordable to jet off for the weekend, but how do you do that with young children in tow? Here are some tips for travelling with young children thanks to Dr Sundus Hussain-Morgan from Complete Healthcare...

The Things You Learn from Music & Movement

Reading, writing, speaking and counting are important skills for children to pick up. But did you know that music is just as important for a developing child?Because of its beat and rhythm — things that are also present in walking and talking — music has many benefits for children from auditory skills, to fine motor skills, sense of rhythm and body awareness. It even helps them learn hand-eye...

Meet & Greet: Mark Parsons, PE Specialist at EtonHouse Sentosa

In this Meet & Greet, we speak to Mark Parsons, Physical Education Specialist at EtonHouse International School,  Sentosa where nature plays a huge part throughout the children’s time in the school -- from their nursery to kindergarten and primary years.

Common Childhood Illnesses & How to Prevent Them

Children fall ill. It’s normal and builds immunity. But a bout of chicken pox is still a two-week horror show for parents – the stress of taking unscheduled time off work, and having an irritable and uncomfortable child at home.

To save parents some grief, Dr Mas Suhaila Isa, a paediatrician from Kids Clinic, visited EtonHouse 215 Upper Bukit Timah with some handy tips for our mums and dads.

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Why Is Outdoor Learning Important For Children?

Outdoor learning is not just limited to physical development of children through gross motor play. Its real significance lies in the emotional, social, cognitive and psychological development of young children.

Why is it important for children to engage in outdoor learning? What are some benefits? 

EtonHouse Inspirations: Jamie Goh, Resident Chef at EtonHouse

Every day, children across EtonHouse campuses in Singapore enjoy nutritious and sumptuous meals prepared by our resident chef, Ms Jamie Goh. Giving our children a healthy and nutritious diet they love is critical as it lays the foundation to their future eating habits. That is why Jamie works hard to ensure that our menu is interesting, exciting and nutritious to encourage healthy eating from...

Raising healthy children: Tips for healthy eating

With obesity on the rise with our children, it is clear that families and schools can do a lot more to ensure these problems are kept at bay.

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