The Noddy by Elizabeth campus buzzes with a myriad of activities throughout the year, each designed to offer both education and entertainment to our young learners. One of the highlights of our annual calendar is the Christmas Party, where the spirit of giving and sharing comes alive. Children look forward to dancing, singing carols, and, of course, the much-anticipated gift exchange that adds an extra layer of excitement to the holiday season.
Outside the classroom, we believe in exposing our students to diverse learning experiences, which is why our museum trips are so essential. These excursions provide an unparalleled opportunity for the children to learn about history, art, and culture, deepening their understanding of the world around them.
When spring arrives, our Easter Parade takes center stage. The children love dressing up in themed costumes and participating in egg hunts, allowing them to learn about different traditions while having a blast.
Birthdays at Noddy by Elizabeth are special occasions. Each child feels like the star of the day as classmates sing, dance, and celebrate together, making each birthday unforgettable.
Our Sport Day is another annual highlight where children engage in various athletic activities, from running races to team games. This event not only promotes physical fitness but also teaches the values of teamwork, discipline, and sportsmanship.
The Swimming Gala is a much-anticipated event, especially among our young swimmers. This fun-filled day at the pool allows students to showcase their swimming skills, while also learning about water safety.
Last but not least, the Treasure Hunt is an adventurous and educational outing that captivates every child’s imagination. Children work in teams to solve clues and find hidden treasures, enhancing their problem-solving and teamwork skills in the process.
All these activities are integral to Noddy by Elizabeth’s holistic education approach, fostering a balanced development that addresses the intellectual, physical, and emotional needs of each child.