Mark & Sue Lim are the parents of an energy-charged 5-year-old son and a sprightly 3-year-old boy. As parents, we hope that our children will grow up to be joyful and secure individuals who demonstrate a deep compassion for others.
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Netty created this blog to share and hope by sharing can be useful to people who’s seeking information or answer. She wanted to keep a journal to remember her growing children.
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“Gloria loves the mixture of music, physical activates and storytelling. There is also a good combination between the ration of teachers to students. Teachers are willing to encourage children and their teaching method is excellent! We would like to say a very big thank you to all the teachers at Tampines.” – Lee Seo-Bin
“Thank you so much for all the love and support you have given to our son, Charlie. He has loved coming to the playgroup and your fabulous teaching is evident in his development.”-Rachel, Geoff + Charlie Upston
“Thank you for the patience in seeing Julien through these moments at My Gym. Thanks to you, Julien has developed to become a more outgoing and sociable boy & all these is attributed to the dedication of teachers at My Gym, who are really good at what they do.We take away fond memories of the times we spent at My Gym. Julien has always looked forward to going to class at My Gym – whenever we ask him if he wants to go to school, he’l exclaim very loudly, “yes! My Gym!!” We would like to take this opportunity to express our heartfelt gratitude to the teachers of My Gym.”- Mike and Judy
Winne (Mum of Elliston), “I like how My Gym teachers are friendly and make it a point to remember each child’s unique behaviour and pattern. They also dish tips to parents on how to manage their child outside of classes!”
Hui Sin (Mum of Teck Zhi) “I was sold on the benefits of My Gym after sending Teck Zhi for his trial session….”
Dawn (Mum of Gareth) “My Gym is a great opportunity for daddy and son to bond. The Daddy is there to assist with the obstacles and this builds trust between them. Not only that, Gareth gets to see another side of Daddy being fun and encouraging.”