Global EduHub’s child care brands continue to clinch awards at Young Parents’ annual SG Parents Choice Awards
Singapore, 1 October 2018 – Two of Global EduHub’s child care brands, Mulberry Learning and Little Green House, have bagged two prestigious awards under the SG Parents Choice Awards 2018/19 by Young Parents magazine. Mulberry Learning has clinched the title of “Best Holistic Learning Programme” for the 3rd year running, while Little Green House has acquired the title of “Best Literacy Programme” for the 2nd consecutive year. Out of the many brands competing for these awards, the fact that thousands of parents have chosen Mulberry Learning and Little Green House as the winners respectively is a strong testament to the quality programmes and operations offered around the island.
Young Parents, having been voted the Parenting Magazine of the Year in 2016, is one of the most read parenting magazines that recognizes the most well-loved family brands in Singapore. Each issue offers a wealth of expert advice, human interest stories and local resources for discerning parents with young children. For the past 3 years, they have organized the SG Parents Choice Award where brands are segregated into 23 categories like education, enrichment programmes and skincare and these awards serve to accredit parents’ favourite brands.
Executive Director of Global EduHub, Mdm Cici Koh, said, “Mulberry Learning is the only preschool network in the world which offers the “Habits of Mind” framework, which has been adopted by the Ministry of Education to groom the top 1% of students in Singapore, in its Gifted Education Programme. We focus on creating a child-centric environment with an exceptional curriculum that not only teaches but also builds character.”
Chief Operating Officer, Peh Yi Han, said, “Little Green House’s LITERACY SMARTTM programme coaches the gradual and sustained development of the child in becoming a fluent reader, a confident speaker and a budding writer by the time they graduate. We aim to nurture even book-shy children into voracious readers and maestros of language. We’re proud to be the recipient of the “Best Literacy Programme” award for the second year running.”