Boosting your child’s mental wellbeing in Singapore

All parents in Singapore want their children to grow up happy and strong. Consuming the right food and getting enough exercise can help with your child’s physical health, but what can you do as...

Having a Baby in Singapore

More and more expats in Singapore means more and more babies born here. Daniella Jenson was 56 hours into labour when she was asked once more if she needed a caesarean section. “I was...

HFMD – Hand Foot and Mouth Disease

HFMD is a viral infection common in young children in Singapore that results in a blistered rash, commonly on the hands, feet and mouth, but also in the nappy area. It could also stand...

A Helping Hand

Voluntary work can be beneficial in many ways. It can be a rewarding experience for yourself as well as helping out somewhere that could really do with that extra pair of hands. At the...

Boom Boom Kids Shoes: Bringing European Leather Shoes to Singapore

Larisa Bernholtz writes about her business importing quality kids’ shoes to Singapore. After many years seeing my daughters wearing and enjoying the high-quality, well designed shoes we brought back from holidays in Europe and talking to...

Creating Safe Swimmers

Want your child to be safe and confident in Singapore’s many pools and waterparks? We get the lowdown from leading swim programs, State Swim and Marsden Swim School.

One Giant Playground

  There are plenty of ways to entertain the kids in Singapore, says Skye Wellington of HoneyKids Asia. For a small place, Singapore fits lots of fun. Packed within it are tonnes of options bursting...

Dover Court Outdoor Education Programme

Dover Court International School believes that outdoor education and expeditions are integral to a well-rounded education.

Calling all brave girls

The 1st ANZA Scouts is looking for girls to join in the adventure, Rachel Landau says.   Scouts (age 10 to 14) Scouts Australia has always been open to girls and boys, for many years 1st ANZA...

Dressing your Kids in Singapore

Cool, comfortable and stylish – these are my prerequisites for dressing my kids, however, in Singapore, this is a challenge. With dramatic disparities in sizing and style, we can find ourselves tearing our...