Category Archives: Programme

Esplanade’s Octoburst 2018

On 4th Sep, 23 children from our centre participated in Esplanade’s Octoburst 2018. They were introduced to the main characters commonly found in Chinese opera (e.g. 小生 and 花旦 etc.) and in groups, they used their puppets to tell stories of kindness. They watched enthralled as the trainers made puppets come alive to portray characters in well-loved classics such as Justice Bao and Journey
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Learning Journey to Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

As part of our holiday programmes, teachers from Little Bodhi Student Care have brought students to Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve on 1st June, to foster an appreciation and respect for nature. The students had a wonderful time exploring the flora and fauna. Below are Students’ reflections and feedback on the learning journey: It is very pleasant to listen to the sound of nature, like,
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THE STORY OF RED HILL

On 23rd February, I was one of the lucky pupils to go to the Esplanade for a performance called “The Story of Red hill”. We were excited even before we reach there. This was my second time going to the Esplanade. I was there for a “drumming session” in last year December holiday. On arrival at the Esplanade Theater, we were all told to
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Kranji Farm Tour Write-Up2

22nd of April, happened to be a day when things blew my mind. That day was filled with surprises .The student leaders of Raffles Institution came over to bring us along to Hay Diaries and to the frog farm. At Hay Diaries we were told that the goats were imported from Australia .A goat can produce two liters of milk per day. I really
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Kranji Farm Tour Write-Up1

On Saturday, 22nd of April 2017, I went to the Kranji Farms with some of my friends in Little Bodhi. The tour was organised by the student volunteers from Raffles Institution. We went to the goat farm first. I learnt that in order to have milk, the goats need to have babies first. After the goats were milk, they had to be sprayed a
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Talk on Motivation by Dr Ong

On 14 March 2017, Dr Ong came to Little Bodhi Student Care Centre to give us a talk on motivation. According to him, 14th March is also known as “Pi” day. There were many good and encouraging points that Dr Ong shared with us. One of these is how we can manage our time well. I learnt to set priority. This means I have
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Local Author Visit

Little Bodhi was privileged to have Ms Ng Swee San, author of the children’s book entitled “The Great Dragon Warrior”, paying us a visit as well as conducting a reading workshop for all our Primary 1 – Primary 3 pupils on 14th Dec 2015. The children had an interactive session of reading together with Ms Ng. Post-reading activities were conducted and each child, their
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Little Bodhi Outing 2015 to Sentosa

This year our annual Little Bodhi Outing, which was organised by NTU Buddhist Society Metta subcommittee, was conducted on 9-Dec (Wed) at Sentosa Palawan Beach. A short article on the event was submitted by one of the volunteers, Finnie, and was published on the NTU Buddhist Society website. The article is reproduced as follow. By the way, photos of the outing can be viewed here. By
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Project Little Ukebox

We are pleased to announce that we are currently carrying out Project Little Ukebox, which is a collaboration between: The Patatas, Vinnie Classroom and Little Bodhi Student Care Centre. This project aims to cultivate appreciation of music in the children and provide a more hands on experience by learning and playing of the ukulele! Under the programme, a total of 19 children in two
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Excursion to Sembawang beach

Over the June holidays, Little Bodhi Student Care Centre (LBSCC) organized an excursion to the Sembawang beach to expose our little ones to the significance of beach cleanup. Arriving in the afternoon, we were briefed about how we should protect ourselves from sharp objects and unknowned items. Excited and curious, the little ones slipped on their gloves and followed the teachers and volunteers to
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