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Melissa Leong

Melissa graduated from Wheelock College with a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education, with a focus on literacy. Melissa fervently believes that early years education should be genuine, engaging and fun, and that educators are active co-learners in the classroom. In recent years, she has helped to facilitate parenting talks on topics ranging from using loose parts in children's play to regulating children’s behaviour. Melissa believes in the concept of living and eating well; she enjoys getting in a good exercise, jamming on her instruments, travelling, cooking and reading. She currently holds a Masters in Education and is the principal of EtonHouse Pre-School Robertson Walk, Singapore.

Recent Posts

6 Activities for Creative Expression

As parents and educators, we worry about children’s grasp of languages and math. But just as important is creative expression. Letting children express themselves creatively gives them another ‘language’ with which they can express their thoughts, feelings and ideas. Sometimes, they may lack the vocabulary to accurately tell you what they are thinking, but those things can be communication in...

Christmas: A time to give back

By Melissa Leong, Principal of EtonHouse Pre-School, Robertson Walk

Photo: Islander Pre-School by EtonHouse

It has been a tradition in my family that as the year draws to a close, we come together to celebrate the things that we are thankful for and how we can, in turn, be a blessing to the community. This year, I wanted to bring this tradition to Islander preschool – in conjunction with the 

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