Make way for the Queens of the Camp! To express our unconditional appreciation for our beloved mothers, Cambridge Imus set up a series of tents to house an indoor #glamping. The Cambridge kids were able to express how much they love their mothers through their hugs, kisses, crowns, and sweets. The day was filled with games, laughter, and food! What more can you ask for?
"Whenever I see girls and boys selling lanterns on the streets. I remember the child in the manger as he sleeps..." These lines usually signals it's Christmas season. And just like children - young and young at heart - we are all excited as we welcome a season of giving and sharing with families and friends. It is this same care that we are able to give even beyond our circle of families and friends to include the greater community. Cambridge kids performed some all time favorite Christmas carols. Aside from that, a chorus from Children's Joy Foundation, came as guest carolers. Cambridge families prepared a shoe box filled with clothes, school materials, or toys for the children in the foundation. It was wrapped with their kindness, generosity, and warmth to take with them. Cambridge kids also got their gifts in nice wrappings and trimmings. But beyond that, the best gift is the love in their hearts that they get to share. And as the children close the program with the song "Star ng Pasko" may this year's Christmas program be a reminder that Christmas is not just a time for a feast but also for a good cheer that can be expressed in songs and carols that inspire the spirit of Christmas. Merry Christmas from all of us here in Cambridge Imus! Sending love to all who needs it :)
United Nations Day was celebrated in Cambridge Imus in fashion. Prior to the event, the teachers and students engaged in various discussions about their different chosen countries culture, national costumes, flags, and other interesting trivia about the countries. Families - parents, grandparents, and the students - also worked together to come up with the national costume of the country they represent. The twist and challenge is to use recyclable materials in their costumes. Creativity and teamwork were among the highlight of the day aside from the confidence, knowledge, braving the crowd (we're a bit shy you see :) ) were witnessed. A day spent in camaraderie, collaboration, respect, and making good memories that, who knows, one day may inspire the students.
It is the time for the kids to unleash their inner chef skills. Cambridge Imus students prepare sumptuous food for their parents and guests. Each level has their own assigned food, Fruit Salad for Toddlers, Banana Pancakes for Junior Nursery, Strawberry Smoothies for Vertical Nursery, Mashed Potatoes for Senior Nursery and Pesto Pasta for Kinder. Let's all eat well and be well. :)
Last August 2018, the Cambridge celebrated Buwan ng Wika. The theme of the event is about Philippine Literature. The students dressed up according to their chosen performance. The students got to experience singing different folk songs, dancing native dances, and interpretative performance of different folktales.