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Expat parents — what happens if you separate?

Couples who have children and separate face a number of parenting challenges: who should children live with? What arrangements should be in place for children to spend time with the other parent? If you’re...

Expat Dental Webinar – Caring for your Child’s Teeth

Have you been wondering whether your child needs braces? Or do you have questions on caring for your children’s teeth? Join Dr Clara Gibson from Expat Dental for a free webinar as she offers...

Speech & Language Therapy for Kids

Melanie Muttitt is a therapist for Treetop Therapy Centre - a speech and language therapy clinic that works with children, families and schools in Singapore. “I’ve always wanted to work in a profession helping children and families,” says Melanie. “I’m also passionate about communication - everybody deserves to have a voice.”

School Shoe Shopping Guide

Shopping for school shoes in Singapore? Ten Feet Tall have your children’s feet covered.

Getting Creative with Kids

Your kids don’t need to be child prodigies to have fun making art, says Skye Wellington. Do you ever find yourself in an art gallery thinking ‘I could do that’, or ‘actually, my son/daughter (who...

Dance Classes for Kids

Katja Paus joined Tanglin Arts Studio as a parent in 2010 before taking on an administrative role, and eventually becoming the owner and director. Katja talks to ANZA about her fun, welcoming dance studio, located inside the Hollandse Club at Camden Park, which offers a range of movement and dance classes for kids and adults.

New Sky Gym to open at Loewen Gardens

For parents looking for kids gym classes, Sky Gym will launch a gymnasium in a newly developed space at Loewen Gardens in September. It will feature a nine metre long tumble track trampoline. The...


With a long history dating back to 1976 Cara D’Avanzo explains what makes the ANZA Soccer programme so special and notes some of the highlights of the 2019-2020 season.

10 Minutes with Sarah Mounsey

Ken Hickson spent 10 Minutes with Sarah Mounsey, Singapore-based self-published children’s book author. What got you started writing children’s books? I have always wanted to write books for children! I still have little books and...

Writing a Children’s Book in Singapore

Danish writer Helle Norup, aka H.S. Norup, may have left Singapore, but her connection to the island continues through her latest children’s book, The Hungry Ghost. “I began writing it when I was still living in Singapore. I wanted to capture the vibrant atmosphere and the wonderful multicultural society,” says Helle.