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  • By: Eastbridge
    Sat, 10 December 2022

     Joshua, (not his real name), is a Grade 1 student at Eastbridge School. He learned about the Christ...

  • By: Eastbridge
    Sat, 3 December 2022

    It pays to be early in preparation. Last July, 2022, Hilton Hotel Clark was in partial opening stage...

  • By: Eastbridge
    Wed, 27 May 2020

    A sample of Eastbridge-produced content to enhance our online lessons this coming SY 2020-2021. Prou...

  • By: Eastbridge
    Thu, 14 November 2019

    Last Monday, November 11, 2019, Eastbridge participated in the Rodriguez Private Schools Association...

  • By: Blessilde Limoso
    Fri, 8 November 2019

    The yearly semesterly break is an important time not just for students but for teachers. More than j...

  • By: Blessilde Limoso
    Wed, 6 November 2019

    Eastbridge prides itself in being a school that is “like no other”. This extends even to its activit...

  • By: Blessilde Limoso
    Fri, 11 October 2019

    Last October 4, the school held a special program ahead of the celebration for World Teacher’s Day. ...

  • By: Gerry Limoso
    Fri, 22 October 2010

    If you are a farmer, rain is usually your friend. If you are an Eastbridger, this morning's rain was...

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Expose Your Child

We've heard the stories: a child left mostly to himself at home because the parents are working and have practically no time to interact with him. Left by the babysitter to watch Nickelodeon the whole day while she does other household chores, the child grew up and learned to speak English as his first language, accent and all. Well and good.

Then there's the other one: a child left to himself in a household filled with dogs. The first sound that the child was able to make was a bark. Okay, this last story is anecdotal. I cannot deny nor confirm the veracity of it. But here's one story that I can.

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