Opened in March 2020, our new Kallang centre is located at the Water Sports Centre of the Kallang Sports Hub development. This standalone building is located conveniently near Kallang Wave Mall and Singapore Indoor Stadium, and it is just a short stroll from the Circle Line Stadium MRT station.
This new centre will offer both infant care (2 to 17 months) and preschool (18 months to 6 years) programmes to families living in the area, and children will also benefit from the spacious outdoor play areas immediately outside the centre as well as the well-appointed facilities of the Sports Hub.
With this new setup, we’re excited to offer our award-winning programmes like Habits of MindTM and Reggio-inspired Project InquiryTM to more families living in the East, and to nurture more future-ready children!
Beautifully designed learning spaces are hallmarks of the Mulberry Learning environment as we firmly believe that children learn best in beautiful and functional surroundings. This is why no effort was spared to create this space of wonderment that stimulates their senses, unleashes their creativity and encourages their natural urge for exploration.
As a Reggio-Emilia inspired preschool, Mulberry Learning @ Kallang is equipped with various learning corners that serve as tools for experiential learning, giving Mulberrians the chance to focus their attention on what interests them, whilst at the same time teaching them new lessons in the process. Learning stations throughout the centre offer numerous opportunities for creative thinking and exploration, providing children with opportunities to learn from each other with teachers facilitating the process.
We recognize that children learn in different ways, and for children who learn best in peace and quiet, Mulberry Learning @ Kallang will be a perfect centre of choice.
Chew Chen Li, parent of Hannah Pua (K2) and Daniel Pua (N2), Mulberry Learning @ Alexandra“Xu Lao Shi has been working tirelessly through the year to nurture the students under her care. She is very patient, and knows how to handle the children. She also has a good rapport with the children, and you can tell that she really cares for wants the best for the children. I think her attitude and positivity is highly commendable, and it also rubs off the children, who become interested and start to love the Chinese language.”
Bob Lim, parent of Georgia Lim (former student), Mulberry Learning @ Jurong East"Georgia always looked forward to go to Mulberry Learning @ Jurong East everyday. She has learned a lot and communicated well in English and Mandarin especially during her K1 and K2 years. The school has prepared Georgia well, allowing her to easily transit to Nanyang Primary, where she is currently studying. As a parent, we are appreciative and thank you Mulberry for creating a nice journey from preschool to Primary School for our Georgia!"
Pua Khian Hong, parent of Hannah Pua (K2) and Daniel Pua (N2), Mulberry Learning @ Alexandra“Kudos to the team at Alexandra. One of the main reasons why we stayed on was the teachers who took extra care and were committed to their cause as early educators. Tr Sarwin has taught both our children. Throughout our time at Mulberry, we saw her relentless dedication towards the kids as well as to her duty as an early educator - either through the care directly given or indirectly through her observations and feedback given to us. She is patient with kids yet firm when push comes to shove.”
Tan Peiling, parent of Ellie Lin (K1), Mulberry Learning @ Tanjong Pagar“Teacher Hajar and Ling Di Laoshi of N2A have been really supportive and nurturing of my children. I feel assured that they are enjoying school and quality education when I send them to school daily. Generally, I find the staff and teachers of the Tanjong Pagar centre to be very responsive and nurturing towards the children. Thank you all!”
Ong Yen Peng, parent of Titus Lee (K2), Mulberry Learning @ Alexandra“Teacher Marie is kind, sincere and approachable. She has helped Titus a lot in various areas. I've also received good feedback from Titus about Teacher Marie and he shared that he will miss her after he finishes K2. This shows that she has built a certain level of trust and relationship with him which I'm very appreciative of. Good job, Teacher Marie! :)”
Joan Lefevre, parent of Nova Amelia Lefevre (N1), Mulberry Learning @ Marymount“Liang Laoshi has very good manners with the children, she is patient and structured and knows how to guide and direct the children in order to develop a project with the children. Her imagination and skills to build/construct/render projects are amazing. She is putting a lot of effort and is very detailed. The children- with their parents- feel very proud of their work.”
Address: 8 Stadium Walk, #02-05 Water Sports Centre, Singapore 397699
From Stadium MRT Station (By Walking)
Time: 8 Mins
Distance: 650 Meters