Maple Bear Global Schools Ltd.
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Maple Bear brings the best of Canadian bilingual education to the world by offering high quality education to prepare students to succeed in life. There are currently over 531 Maple Bear early childhood, elementary, middle, and high schools in 24 countries around the world. We operate in conformity with local education regulations and strive to meet the expectations of all our parents no matter the culture or the country.

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Canadian Education

Canada’s education system consistently ranks among the best in the world. In 2018, the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) ranked Canada #1 in the English-speaking world in science, math and reading.

Our Story

Maple Bear is one of the fastest growing international educational brands in the world. Maple Bear Asiawide is no exception, as it has rapidly expanded its operations from its success in Singapore, where it began with one centre in January 2014 and now has more than 40 centres, to Thailand in 2020.

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The demand for high quality bilingual education is growing globally as more and more parents achieve the economic means to give their children a head start in life. Educators and entrepreneurs alike around the world are choosing to meet that demand by investing in a Maple Bear school for its world class Canadian methodology and because of the international reputation of Canadian bilingual education.

Curriculum & Methodology

The Maple Bear curriculum is written by our team of Canadian educational experts and continually updated with the latest in Canadian educational practices. At the preschool level, Maple Bear delivers a student-focussed learning system based on Canadian educational pedagogy and best practices.

Bilingual Education

Bilingual Immersion methodology is used in Maple Bear schools to develop competence in languages. This means that children learn to listen, speak, read, and write in both English and Mandarin by surrounding them with conversation and instruction in both languages.

Play-Based Learning

Children are naturally curious about their world and are eager to learn about it. They need to manipulate, explore, and experiment with real objects. Play is the serious work of children.

Outcome-Based Curriculum

The Maple Bear curriculum is designed to achieve specific and measurable outcomes in respect to literacy and other subject areas, such as maths and science, through a purposeful and intentional approach.

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  41000+ Students

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Technology in the Maple Bear Classroom
Children have been heavily impacted in both good ways and bad by technological advances and in particular, by the digital devices which deliver them. Maple Bear has given very thoughtful…
A Parent’s Guide to Play
Play in the Maple Bear Early Childhood Programs All Maple Bear Early Childhood programs emphasize play and play-based learning as a critical component. Whether the children are learning language, developing…
Early literacy development is not just about learning to read
Many people mistakenly believe that literacy development in pre-school children is only about teaching them to read through formal instruction. In reality, early literacy development is a continuous process that…
Bilingual Immersion FAQ’s
Many parents who send their children to a Maple Bear school intuitively understand the immersion approach that we utilize, but they still have many questions and concerns. Here are some…
Welcome to our Multi-Sports program, SportyBots! O Welcome to our Multi-Sports program, SportyBots! Originally developed in Australia, SportyBots aims to introduce the basic principles of different sports such as: Tennis, Cricket, BasketBall, Golf, Hockey, Rugby, T-Ball and so much more over the course of our school year! 

We are big on advocating play! All whilst your child continues to refine his or her physical, emotional and awareness skills to grow and thrive in the years to come!
Thank you to everyone who joined in on our October Thank you to everyone who joined in on our October ‘Celebrating Childhood’ Giveaway - what an overwhelming response we received! 

If you were 1 of the 55 lucky winners to be walking away with a Celebrating Childhood Afternoon Tee for your child, you will be receiving a DM via Instagram by the end of Sunday 1st November with details on how to redeem your prize (Remember, you must have met all the requirements to qualify!) 

Thank you to everyone who joined in, what a blast! The October Giveaway is now closed. Make sure you keep a look out for more coming your way!
When Stories Come Alive at MapleBear Serangoon Gar When Stories Come Alive at MapleBear Serangoon Gardens 🐷🐷🐷🐺

photo by @_ohthea_
Our Infant Cubs from MapleBear Jubliee are on the Our Infant Cubs from MapleBear Jubliee are on the move again! Strapped into their favourite MapleBear wagon, they are visiting our very own vegetable garden today! 

Here, the children learn to grow, water and care for seasonal vegetables. 

We believe that children learn best by experiencing, wouldn’t you agree?
{𝗚𝗜𝗩𝗘𝗔𝗪𝗔𝗬} To kickoff our {𝗚𝗜𝗩𝗘𝗔𝗪𝗔𝗬} To kickoff our Children’s Day Celebrations this week, we are giving away 55 of our newly launched Limited Edition Celebrating Childhood T-shirts! ⁣
55 T-shirts to celebrate our Nation's Birthday this year!⁣
All you have to do is: ⁣
1. Be following MapleBear Singapore on Facebook & Instagram (@maplebearsingapore)⁣
2. Like this post⁣
3. Share a photo and/or video on either 𝙄𝙣𝙨𝙩𝙖𝙜𝙧𝙖𝙢 𝙎𝙩𝙤𝙧𝙞𝙚𝙨 or an 𝙄𝙣𝙨𝙩𝙖𝙜𝙧𝙖𝙢 𝙋𝙤𝙨𝙩 of your child “Celebrating Childhood” - 𝘁𝗮𝗴 𝘂𝘀 @𝗺𝗮𝗽𝗹𝗲𝗯𝗲𝗮𝗿𝘀𝗶𝗻𝗴𝗮𝗽𝗼𝗿𝗲 and 𝗵𝗮𝘀𝗵𝘁𝗮𝗴 #CelebratingChildhoodWithMB
 (your profile must remain public for the duration of the giveaway to qualify)⁣
Winners will be contacted via 𝘿𝙈 𝙤𝙣 𝙄𝙣𝙨𝙩𝙖𝙜𝙧𝙖𝙢. ⁣
Good luck!
“Children often close their ears to advice, but “Children often close their ears to advice, but open their eyes to example.” ⁣
We are keenly aware that it’s not just what we teach in our classrooms, but that our MapleBear Teachers are one of the biggest role models in your child’s early life. ⁣
Apart from modelling the right character values, we love connecting our children to the community through our annual charity projects. ⁣
MapleBear Singapore is looking forward to supporting the Make-A-Wish Foundation & Children’s Wishing Well this Children’s Day! ⁣
More information on how you can get involved soon!
Announcing our long-awaited, Limited Edition After Announcing our long-awaited, Limited Edition Afternoon Tees! The perfect tees to bring your child from nap time to afternoon fun! ⁣
Super soft, and extremely cooling, your child will never want to get out of it!⁣
Officially launching in October, don’t tell anyone we leaked it out here! 🤫 (Ask your Centre Teachers if you can be amongst the lucky few to place a pre-order!)
Does homework really enhance a child’s learning? Does homework really enhance a child’s learning? ⁣
At Maplebear, we believe that children learn best when they are singing, dancing, drawing or painting. ⁣
Activities such as painting encourages our children to be creative, imaginative and confident. ⁣
Focusing on future skills are more valuable than giving our children homework and getting them to copy, write or simply teaching the right answers.⁣
We are big on reading for pleasure and discovery, learning through play, inquiry and investigation! ⁣
As there is a strong connection between parental involvement and student achievement, families are encouraged to engage in early learning activities that will help in building confidence and early success.
Young children are active learners and every one o Young children are active learners and every one of them are at varying stages of development. Be it the auditory learner, the visual learner, or the kinaesthetic learner, all of them come to school with a wide range of pre-literacy skills. ⁣
Our MapleBear pre-school Language Arts programme is part of an integrated education system that works to enhance each individual style of learning successfully! At the end of their journey with us, your children will not be afraid to pick up a book and read!
For our Farm Themed Activities at MapleBear Woodla For our Farm Themed Activities at MapleBear Woodlands, our Cubs learnt where milk comes from and how farmers get the milk by using their hands and milking the cows' udders. ⁣
We set up a milking dramatic play station for the children to simulate milking a cow. ⁣
We love pretend play! For it helps our children learn so much about themselves and the world around them!⁣
Here's how you can recreate this activity at home.⁣
You will need:⁣
- Picture of a Cow⁣
- Rubber / Surgical Glove ⁣
- Milk⁣
- Bucket / Glass⁣
- String⁣
Take a needle and prick the end of one finger of the rubber glove.  Depending on the thickness of your gloves, you may need to stretch the hole with the needle in a circular motion to widen the hole.⁣
Fill the glove with water/milk and tie the open end of the glove so that it holds the liquid without spilling.⁣
Hang the glove under the cow's picture. Now the fun can begin!  Allow the child to grasp and squeeze the finger downward to simulate milking a cow. You can attempt to fill a small glass with “milk.”⁣
This Teachers’ Day, we find out from the MapleBe This Teachers’ Day, we find out from the MapleBear Cubs what they 𝙧𝙚𝙖𝙡𝙡𝙮 think of their Teachers...