You never know who is watching…

There are certain things you can't really learn in school. How to act on public transport is one of them. During our field trip this week the children travelled on Singapore's MRT. They had to remember their transportation card, buzz through, keep to the group and also negotiate space with members of the public. Before we... Continue Reading →

Using time and space: visualising Singapore’s history through iPads

Our opening unit of the inquiry for the year is 'human exploration results in new discoveries' with a particular focus on Singapore and the different waves of migration that have shaped the country's history. There are two aspects to this unit that the children would likely find challenging. Firstly that waves of people from different... Continue Reading →

What stops us from leaving our ‘bubble?’

As I reflected on the spectacular photography trip last week, I realised how little I've taken the opportunity to venture outside the bubble of my classroom with the children in my class. Why is that? A lack of confidence¬†- I was petrified about organising a field trip on my own and having it go badly.... Continue Reading →

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