The two month long summer intensive course ended with a very memorable culminating event. The writers, chefs, and architects all took part showcasing their newly found talent. The Cambridge Bourdains cooked a sumptuous 4-course meal. The Cambridge Rowlings had their book launch -complete with book reading and book signing. While the Cambridge I.M. Pei's surprised their parents as they showcased their model homes conceived from their imagination. It was truly a wonderful celebration of children's talents. Cambridge couldn't be anymore prouder!
The Cambridge Alabang Mothers were transported to the wonderful island of Hawaii for their special day. True to the Hawaiian tradition, they were welcomed with colorful leis. The event started off with a presentation from the children as they danced their hearts out during circle time. Then, it's time to get fit and fab as the mothers learned to hula-yoga. There was also an I-Spy game, where the little ones competed against each other.To cap it all off, a cool and refreshing iced banana buffet spread was unveiled for everyone's enjoyment.
Term 3: "WORLD" ended with a blast as each class showcased their wonderful knowledge about the world around them. The toddlers, together with Muntinlupa City Veterinary, and Global Alliance for Anti-Rabies, presented their learnings to their parents about how to take care of their beloved animals. The toddlers afternoon class put their resourcefulness into good use as they held a painting party using unusual materials. The Nursery 1 students demonstrated their understanding of the road signs as they traveled to the their drive-in movie house in their home-made vehicles. The Nursery Vertical showcased their talents as the guardians had a fashion show of jewelry, tie-dye shirts, body art, etc that the children made. A cook-off was held to culminate the Nursery Vertical afternoon class culinary expertise. With a joint venture, the Nursery 2 and Kinder kids held a book launch. These new authors also donated their books to the Sacred Heart Parish. It was truly a wonderful way to finish the term!
What a funky way to end another school year. Equipped with their bell bottoms, platform boots, and highly teased hair, the Cambridge Alabang kids surely gave their parents a unique blast from the past experience. Music from the King of Rock and Roll himself, the Beatles, The Village People, ABBA, just to name a few, got our feet tapping and heart singing to the most memorable tunes.
Students of all ages joined us last Saturday for a sneak peek of our different summer intensive courses. It was a two hour event filled with wonderful activities. The children got a chance to create the title page of their storybook, make and bake their own pizza, paint a Kandinsky-inspired artwork, and measure and build a tiny home. Come by Cambridge to learn more about these summer programs! Join us!
Fresh air, green fields, and bright blue skies, the perfect weather and scenery welcomed us in Sta. Elena Farm. What a great way to unwind for the Cambridge families. We spent the whole morning getting in touch with nature as we fed the rabbits and guinea pigs, and rode the boat, the horses and the carabao. We also had fun fishing, climbing, and riding the zip line. What a fun-filled day it was! Truly one we will remember!
We celebrated our Valentine's and Chinese New Year spreading the love around with our family and friends. We played musical chairs while dancing to the beat of love music, created our very own Chinese hand drums, and had a bite of the yummiest crunchy tikoy ever. This celebration was really one to remember as it made everyone's heart go Boom Boom Boom.
Christmas is truly one of our favorite holidays. The kids sang and danced to different Christmas tunes. They also created different crafts for them to add on their Christmas decorations at home. We also feasted on very delicious treats brought by our Cambridge Parents. Christmas also means giving. The kids were so adorable giving gifts to each other on this very special day.
The Daughters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Mary from the Eugenia Ravasco Day Care Center were all smiles as they received the books that we gathered from our Christmas Book Drive. Thank you Cambridge Alabang for another heart-warming gift. They have truly felt the wonderful Christmas spirit with your generosity.
We went all green as we celebrated the ending of yet another fruitful term. From gardening activities to a mini science fair, from hand massages and colorful ornaments, it was surely such an event to remember. To top it all off, we shared what we learned through giving back. Ahon Foundation, Kuya Jerwin, our nannies, parents, and Mother Nature are among our recipients.
The mission of Cambridge is to continuously advocate the best interests of our students and to bring out their unique qualities. We also equip every caregiver with the necessary knowledge and skills to be our partner in helping us mold and develop these unique qualities in our students. Thus, we conduct a seminar for our beloved nannies to help us fulfill our mission.
Halloween is truly one of the favorite holidays of Cambridge Alabang. The team prepared spooktacular activities for the kids such as arts and crafts, scariest banana making, photobooth, singing and dancing, storytelling and last but not the least, the trick or treating activity inside Alabang Town Center. Thank you so much Cambridge Alabang students and parents for being very energetic and dynamic. Happy Halloween!
We culminate each term by giving back to others. For term shoes, we were able to gather used shoes from our students and parents by auctioning their kids' artworks, instead of using money for payment, we decided the use old pairs of shoes for the auction. Together with our Korean Friends, the MIRAE GREEN SHARE FOUNDATION, we visited Las Piñas fish port to feed the children and also hand out our collected shoe donations.
For this term, the project based activities were all associated with “SHOES” and where their feet may bring them. The children were involved in concrete investigations, exploration, constructions and discovery of related topics such as uses of feet for work, for play and hobbies, health and hygiene to mention a few.
We implement our Fire and Earthquake drill twice a year for the students, staff and parents to know what actions to take during a fire or earthquake emergency. This practice will also enable us to asses if our emergency plan works well with our set of students, staff, parents and guardian. Your child’s safety is important to us!
This is a great opportunity for the parents to know more about the school and staff. The staff provides important resources for the parents to fully understand the Cambridge way. With the parents working hand in hand with the school community, we can ensure a rewarding preschool experience for the Cambridge students.
Here in Cambridge, we salute all the mothers for raising their beautiful children well. This year, we decided to highlight the super powers of our Cambridge mommies - unconditional love, patience, generosity, etc. We prepared activities for mommies and children to bond over. Happy Super Mommy’s Day!