The driving force behind Mulberry Learning’s award-winning curriculum is our team of dedicated educators!
At Mulberry Learning, we believe that our educators play an important role in a child’s learning and development. Educators nurture, inspire, care and guide children to achieve their growth milestones. They are trained by Behaviour Experts to attain behaviour management skillsets and experienced in managing the classroom & guiding the students to develop a positive mindset.
With over 250 hours of training in all areas of work, Mulberry Learning’s educators embody and impart our Reggio-Inspired Curriculum that supports child-centric learning. To ensure quality and consistency, all Mulberry Learning educators undergo our comprehensive i-InspireTM Educator Growth Model which covers our hands-on induction programme, continual training to keep abreast of latest curriculum trends and early childhood pedagogies, as well as providing a structured framework for their professional development.
Ready For School, Ready For Life
Mulberry Learning is committed in ensuring that your child is equipped with the social skills as well as language and numeracy capabilities to prepare them as they progress to Primary school.
The child would have developed an expressive vocabulary of more than 4,500 English words, be familiar with more than 2,000 Chinese characters and have a strong grasp of mathematical concepts by then.
Their past project inquiry experience would enable them with research capabilities and provide them with the confidence to present their findings.
The Only Preschool in Singapore With The Habits of Mind™ Framework
Voted Singapore’s “Best Holistic Learning Programme” for 3 years running by Young Parents and other leading publications. Mulberry Learning is also the first ever preschool network in the world to get certified by The Institute for Habits of Mind™ from the USA.
Did you know: The Habits of Mind™ framework is incorporated into the Ministry of Education’s Gifted Education Programme.
Two Examples of Habits Of Mind™
Questioning & Problem Posing
As one of the 12 specially curated Habits of MindTM infused into Mulberry Learning’s curriculum, Questioning & Problem Posing involves not just asking questions but seeing the value in asking the right questions.
This habit guides the child on the importance of knowing what information is required to find the answers and developing the most effective strategies to find it.
Persisting is one of the 12 specially curated Habits of Mind™ infused into Mulberry Learning’s curriculum.
This habit guides the child on the importance of not giving up when faced with hurdles and obstacles. It also teaches the child to always seek alternative methods or solutions in their problem-solving repertoire.
Quality Infant Care & Childcare Programmes
Mulberry Learning’s Infant Care in Singapore offers Full-Day and Half-Day care options for babies and toddlers aged 2 to 17 months.
Experiential Learning has been considered by experts as one of the most interesting, engaging, and effective ways to acquire new concepts. At Mulberry Learning, our programme focuses on the use of Experiential Learning as the main approach for infants and toddlers, enabling them to develop and learn through their own reflections and experiences. Children are encouraged to be expressive mini-explorers as their navigate their way through our beautifully-crafted learning spaces, discover how to play with classic toys, musical instruments, and textural materials.
Mulberry Learning offers Full-Day and Half-Day care options for children aged 18 months to 6 years. Classes are divided into 5 levels – Pre-Nursery, Nursery 1, Nursery 2, Kindergarten 1 & Kindergarten 2.
With a vision of nurturing well-rounded children with imaginative minds, positive attitudes and strength of character, Mulberry Learning has developed a proprietary preschool curriculum that promises a fun bilingual learning experience, providing each child with a comprehensive and holistic education by nurturing core skills and knowledge, alongside intelligent thinking habits and dispositions.
Voices of Mulberry Parents
Shauna not only enjoys the company of her Educators and classmates, she also enjoys the big ‘kor-kor & ‘jie-jies’ from the other classes that she gets to meet and learn from every day. The library visits really excites her. She remembers the names of all her Educators and classmates and will always mention them even over the weekends at home. We see tremendous improvement in her fear to shower too. However, the most pleasing thing to us is that she managed to cut down her reliance of her pillow (chou chou) through the educators’ patience and encouragement. The outside classroom learning is also very interesting and the school keeps us updated with Shauna’s learning with weekly photos and curriculum emails so that we can also reinforce the things she has learned in school. We will recommend friends to enrol their child in this centre as we have seen the commitment of the educators and its enriching programmes. - Sharon (Shauna's Mummy)
- Mother of Chengxun (N2)
The educators are wonderful. Educator Cherry is very patient and Xin Lao Shi, the Chinese educator, is ever so helpful and wise in handling children. Zhang Lao Shi is very lovely too. Mrs. May, the Principal, is very supportive of the children and her educators. I heard one of my sons commented that Mrs. May is a very kind lady. The school is fun-filled, purposeful and aims to fulfil the needs of every child. - Quek Siew Kee (Francisco Garcia's Mummy)