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Navigating Your Child's Unique Path​

Navigating Your Child’s Unique Path​

Living in a digital age, it’s increasingly common to witness the younger generation being subtly nudged towards comparisons. As stewards of their growth, it’s more vital than ever to guide them towards recognising and valuing their individual brilliance. So, how can we champion their unique spirit amidst this backdrop? Here’s our take:

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Ideas for Learning Journeys of your own for the June Holidays

Ideas for Learning Journeys of your own for the June Holidays

As you know, children at LSS often go for learning journeys and excursions to explore the world around them. It’s now the June holidays, and everyone might be flocking to the latest Bird Paradise at Mandai, but if you’re not one for the crowds, check out some alternative ideas, inspired by the learning journeys our kids have been on. Try them out with your family this holiday!

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Building confident children vs self entitlement

How to build up a confident child and what are the warning signs of self-entitlement?

We often hear statements like “kids these days are so self-entitled”, and might even spout a few of these lines ourselves when we encounter a petulant child. On the other hand there are also children with low self-confidence who behave in the exact opposite. They don’t believe they have what it takes, and they don’t even try. How can we balance these two extremes?

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Little Shepherds' Schoolhouse Open House 2023 (11 & 18 February)

LSS Open House 2023

Little Shepherds’ Schoolhouse welcomes you to our Open House 2023 happening over 11 and 18 February 2023. We invite interested parents with children aged 18 months – 6 years looking for childcare or a kindergarten, to visit us to learn more about the LSS Curriculum, mission, vision and values.

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What makes a joyful child?

At Little Shepherds’ Schoolhouse, our mission is to nurture children to be joyful and responsible learners, active community members and positive contributors to society. But what do we mean by “joyful”? 

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Parenting in a Tech World for Preschoolers: Does my Child have too much Screentime?

Nowadays, we can’t deny the overwhelming influence of our mobiles in our children’s hands (and even our own). Getting off our mobile screens and focusing on face-to-face relationships has become a challenge for some, and as we want to embrace technology for the benefits it brings, we are also worried about our children wasting time and getting addicted to their screens. How then do we become tech-savvy and tech-positive?

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