MOTHER GOOSE NURSERY SCHOOL
The Play and Learn School
Founded with pride in 1974
159 Don Manuel Aggregado Street, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Tel. Nos.: 712-0707 / 788-3724 / 740-2025
Telefax No. : 712-0707
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A Word from the Directress:
We all love our children. In fact, we always say "We want the best for them", the best of everything the world can offer and EDUCATION is the most vital component of a child's life. His/her future and success will depend largely on this.
"We can achieve anything we want to achieve as long as we have the courage to believe."
Josephine C. Yao, Directress
Josephine C. Yao
MOTHER GOOSE NURSERY SCHOOL
An academic institution built for higher learning, Mother Goose Nursery School has earned the highest reputation for its constant commitment to parents, students, and its faculty. The School, founded in 1974, has been teaching students for the past 37 years. For over three decades, its success has been driven by its passion to teach students to excel and prepare for the realities of LIFE.
Using its vast experience and expertise in the field of education, Mother Goose Nursery has made learning not only educational, but most of all, enjoyable for all of its students. Today, Mother Goose Nursery School is the oldest and most experienced nursery school in Metro Manila.
WE ALWAYS STRIVE TO BE THE BEST.
Come and visit us today!
Awarded by the National Product Quality Excellence Award as
"The Best Nursery School" in Metro Manila on July 21, 2006.
School Year 2010-11
Last Update: 15 November 2010
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OTHER COURSES 2010
SCHEDULE OF SCHOOL ACTIVITIES
December 12, 2010 - Bay Blade Contest for all
Seniors, Reading & Sakamoto Students
December 16, 2010 - Classroom Christmas Party
December 17, 2010 - Christmas Party with show
December 18, 2010 to January 4, 2011 - Christmas Break
January 5, 2011 - Resumption of Classes
January 9, 2011(Sunday) - Foundation Day
January 10, 2011(Monday) - No Classes
January 21, 2011 - Elocution Contest
Mother Goose Nursery School is a Registered Trademark of Imaginarium Corporation.
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FOR FIRST TIME SCHOOLING OF
featured in GMA 7?s Unang Hirit)
Mrs. Jane Ong
June 1, 2007 at around 6:04 am, GMA
7?s ?Unang Hirit? hosted by Arnold Clavio, Rheas Santos and
Lyn Ching-Pascual featured an interesting segment for parents entitled
?Tips for first time schooling of children.?:
For this segment, ?Unang
Hirit? visited Mother Goose
Nursery School and interviewed our very own school directress,
Mrs. Josephine C. Yao.
the right school, with
considerations on the tuition fee, traveling
time, physical and emotional
readiness of children 2-5 years old in their first school,
is indeed an experience and a challenge every parent go through.
Here are some tips for parents:
the credibility of the school because it is a second home for the
They have to be safe in that school.
Get to know the teachers and classmates of the child in that
school. They are the ones who
interact with the child everyday.
Accompany the child to the school before class opening.
Let the child get accustomed and feel comfortable with the new
environment. As Mrs. Yao
states, ?Parents can
prepare (the child) by telling (him/her) this is a second home for you,
mommy and daddy will leave you on this particular day and you will
be happy (here) because the teachers are you your mommies. . . .?
Explain to the child early on the importance of education.
There is no age criterion on when a child can go to school.
It is up to each parent?s knowledge and intuition regarding their
own child?s readiness to enter his/her first school.
Never force a child who is not ready to enter their first school.
?Children should be happy, that
is the most important thing. If
they are not happy, they
won?t work well . . .,? advises
Give enough time, attention
and support to your child?s needs and wants.
This will serve as an inspiration for them to want to go to school.
SAKAMOTO MATH METHOD
Here's how your child benefits from the SAKAMOTO Method
What is the SAKAMOTO Method and Program?
"We love to learn Math the Sakamoto way!"
Get your child started EARLY! Contact us to sign up now.
? 2006-07 All Rights Reserved.
8th World Mathematics Competition 2010
24th April 2010
Last Saturday, April 24, 2010, the 2010 World Mathematics
Competition was held at the Vista Ballroom of The Hilton Singapore.
More than 90 primary (elementary) school students from Indonesia,
Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Japan participated in the
competition. This is the 8th
edition of this event which is sponsored by the Singapore-based Sakamoto
Educational Systems Pte Ltd. The objectives of the competition are (1) to challenge,
encourage and develop all mathematically-gifted primary school students in
all countries, and (2) to foster friendly international relationships
among students and teachers.
The Mother Goose Nursery School ? Sakamoto students in the
Philippine contingent to this year?s competition includes Naomi Anne
King, Jared Staniel Yap, and Ethan Anderson Cheng for Grade 1, Gian
Matthew King, Paul Elvin Sim, and Lance Ethan Yu for Grade 2; Alexandra
Hernandez and Klarisse Go for Grade 3; Vinz Keenan Go, Engelberg Jeremy
See, and Phil Elridge Sim for Grade 4; and Selina Go, Ma. Christiana
Guillermo, and Gideon Clarence Ong for Grade 6.
Four of these students participated in a contest of this magnitude
for the first time while the rest have been contestants in previous
editions of this competition.
Although the students generally agree that the problems this
year were not as difficult as last years? there were really challenging
problems for Grades 5 and 6. There
were also fewer problems so the examination proper lasted for only 60
minutes for all levels. This
time is shorter than the average of 90 to 120 minutes provided for in the
previous editions of this competition.
Students in the Grade 5 and 6 levels feel the allotted time should
have been at least 15 minutes longer because of the tougher problems they
The final results and the medal count will show that the
Mother Goose children did very well in the competition.
The number of medals (12) won this year is more than what was
brought home last year (10). Gian Matthew King was again Grand Champion.
This time he won in Grade 2. He
received a trophy in addition to the gold medal he got for getting a score
above 80. The complete medal count shows that the children garnered 12
medals: three golds (Ethan Cheng ? Grade 1, Gian King - Grade 2, Phil
Sim ? Grade 4), five silvers (Paul Elvin Sim, Lance Yu ? Grade 2,
Alexandra Hernandez ? Grade 3, Engelberg See ? Grade 4, Gideon Ong ?
Grade 6), and four bronzes (Naomi Anne King, Jared Staniel Yap ? Grade
1, Klarisse Go ? Grade 3, Selina Go ? Grade 6).
The gold medal winners also received Certificates of Distinction
while the silver and bronze medal winners received Certificates of Merit.
At the end of the Awarding Ceremonies it was also announced
that the venue for the 2011 World Mathematics Competition will be the
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(Look for Mercy and Lorna)
712-0707 / 788-3724 / 740-2025
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