Maple Bear Preschool - Premium Childcare in SingaporeMapleBear Singapore is headed by Maple Bear Global Schools located in Vancouver, Canada.

Parents World Best Bilingual Preschool Award Singapore 2017

Awarded the "Best in Preschool Bilingual Literacy Award" in 2017, MapleBear Singapore understands the importance and benefits of raising a bilingual child. Using our signature Bilingual Immersion methodology, our programme incorporates a progressive language structure which encourages children to speak, read and write in both English and Chinese.

Offering a rigorous program utilising Canadian methodology and curriculum, it has been developed ground up by Canadian teaching experts and refined for the children of Singapore by local childcare education expert, Mrs Patricia Koh (founder of Pat's Schoolhouse).

The Maple Bear early childhood program is carefully designed: daily routines, activity centers, and the way children acquire knowledge. The program allows children to create, explore, discover, and it offers many opportunities to develop their social, emotional, motor, language, and cultural skills.


Literacy, which includes listening skills, speaking, reading and writing, is one of the most important goals of the Maple Bear program. Students engage in reading and learning pre-writing skills in both English and Mandarin to prepare them for entry into Primary 1 by the end of Senior Kindergarten.

Bilingual Immersion


Learning is Fun!

Along with the English immersion program developed by Canada, our students are additionally enriched by a locally developed Mandarin curriculum, specialised to ensure our programme strongly emphasizes on bilingual language and literacy. Immersion methodology helps to develop competence in both English and Mandarin by ensuring our children learn to listen, speak, read, and write in both languages through surrounding them with conversation and instruction in both languages from day one.

  Maple Bear Singapore - Outdoor Play

Maple Bear believes that “learning is fun” and recognizes that learning needs to be a pleasurable experience for children, and that children learn best through sensory experiences based on their curious nature and desire to explore the world. In a “learn, play, and discover” environment, children are offered a selection of structured, unstructured, and routine activities.