“When Toni started in Cambridge, she was a very shy toddler. She was afraid to interact with people who she does not see on a regular basis. She was also scared to perform in front of people. After 2 and a half years, Toni is now more at ease in interacting with other ‘faces’ especially girls and boys her age. She has also become more comfortable in expressing herself in front of other individuals. And for this, we are very grateful to Cambridge Imus and her past and present teachers for helping Toni overcome her shyness.”
– Parent from Cambridge Imus – Kaye Estagle
“Before anything else, I want to congratulate all the kids on a job well done! Toddlers, Junior Nursery 1, Junior Nursery 2, Senior Nursery and Kinder kids, your performance today is amazing and you have made all of us so proud of you and all your hard work.
It is probably impossible to convey the extent of our gratitude to these people who have selflessly given so much of themselves – not only to educate our children but to teach them to be better human beings.
We have gained so much from joining the Cambridge community since Robin started in toddler class back in 2015, way beyond what we ever expected. We had no idea what an adventure it would be – not just for Robin but for us parents as well. From anxiety over the first few tearful days away from each other to their first trick or treat to birthday celebrations to potty training to their first jeepney ride to preparing for big school, Cambridge has indeed become like a family.
It is not easy to send our first child to school but, not only did you make our children feel comfortable, you helped put our minds at ease also. I love how every person in the school works together to attend to each and every child, no matter their level.
I will be the first one to admit that Robin is not exactly the easiest child to care for. She is quite sensitive and overly cautious but in the 4 years since she’s been in Cambridge, she has bloomed into a confident, precocious, and adventurous kid. The fact that my daughter always looks forward to going to school tells me everything I need to know.
Thank you so much, Teacher Pauline, Teacher Bridjit, Teacher Viance, Teacher Dana, Laoshi Kim and Teacher Ces. The love and care you put into your individual rooms, special projects, and fun activities do not go unnoticed. Let us not forget the Titas and Kuya for caring for and keeping our kids safe and secure also.
I also want to thank all our co-parents in making this community thrive. School events were made better because of your participation – from the DIYs, talent showcasing, and of course, costumes, costumes, and more costumes. I am pretty sure we have made the costume industry much, much richer.
Not only am I thankful for the friendships forged within the school walls, I am grateful for the the relationships formed beyond. How incredible it is to be part of the Cambridge Circulo Verde family.
Dear teachers, our kids have gone through so many positive changes since they started and we know that a lot of it is thanks to your loving guidance. Not only do you teach them letters, numbers, shapes, and colors, you also wipe tears, create giggles, give warm hugs, and help build their character.
And so, for all of that and so, so much more, I forgive you, Teacher Ces. I forgive you for making one of Robin’s favorite colors, PINK.
Thank you! ❤”
– Mommy Suyen Lopez, Cambridge Circulo Verde
One thing that I like most about the Cambridge curriculum is the ladderized system of education.”
– Mr. and Mrs. Orgil, parents from Cambridge Imus
“What we most love about the Cambridge curriculum is the “Individualized Instruction” approach. It has provided Claudia the opportunity to learn at her own pace and in her own way which we find very effective. We like that your methods are focused on building child independence and self esteem. We have seen Claudia grow up from the shy baby girl she was on her toddler years to a confident little girl she is today.
Claudia’s most memorable experience is their Moving Up Day last year where in she confidently sing and dance in front of a large crowd. She was very happy performing with her classmates.”
– Mr. and Mrs. Leocadio, parents from Cambridge Imus
“At 3 years old, our son was very difficult to handle. He had uncontrollable tantrums that lasts for long period of time. He often shouts, cries and only got along with me and my husbands. With the recommendation of my sister-in-law who is a psychologist, we decided to send him to a progressive school so that his delays will be addressed. After several school visits, we decided on Cambridge here in Imus. At present, with the help of exceptional teachers who spent time helping our son, he has improved so much. He is now more attentive, socializes with other kids, more creative, more independent and his transformation is short of amazing! Thank you Cambridge Imus!”
– Mr. and Mrs. Araneta, parents from Cambridge Imus
“Our son is very clingy and timid. Most of the time he does not trust people easily, instead he just clings to us. Cambridge helped improve his behavior by tending to his needs. The teachers helped him to be confident.
I like how Cambridge teaches our son. He loves going to school. He enjoys learning. The teachers are also very aware about our son’s interest and they help him learn more about it. Cambridge is a child-centered school in which they use methods that suit the needs and interest of each student.”
– Mr. and Mrs. Alvarez, parents from Cambridge Imus
“I love the Cambridge curriculum because it is more of the progressive type. They have a themed approach in teaching the kids, with hands-on learning. Plus, they also have Chinese class.
The teachers are all nice, warm and well-equipped. They know how to handle the children well, and how to discipline them in a positive way. They teach children good values like sharing, taking turns, etc., which is very important to us as parents.
Also, I am happy to say that the school’s partnership with the parents to support the child’s total development gets two thumbs up from me. This way, we, as parents, are also guided.
There is no limit–there is no end to what you can learn to do. Cambridge is only the beginning, and I believe that this institution is the ideal training ground for our children for life.”
– Jaimie Chu, parent from Cambridge Congressional
“We have been very proud of Miguel’s development. As parents, and even Miguel’s grandparents, we have been very active on how we can help him discover his talents and skills. Parents should be very keen on looking after their child on what is best for them. A child’s development will not blossom without help or guidance. Cambridge made it possible for us parents to discover his traits. Teacher Mel and Teacher Chiekie and their team of teachers were very cooperative, observant and most of all, patient on all aspects, not only with Miguel but also to other children as well.
We were glad that we came across Cambridge as the first school of Miguel. What turned out to be a tryout stint, turned into a full school year. He will definitely carry all those memories with him to his next school. We appreciate all the teachers have done and as parents, we are thankful for all the time they spent with our son.”
– Kristofer Po Lonto & Jackilyn Lonto , parents from Cambridge Binondo