Sunday, May 1, 2016

Learn and Play at South Champs Learning Center, Las Piñas

I was 5 years old when I started going to school, by that time I already know how to read and write as my mom home schooled me for the first four years. 

Following the old tradition, I also enrolled Tristan in a real school when he was 5 years old. But I admit it wasn't really a good choice. Tristan had a bit of a hard time adapting. I disregarded the fact that we grew up in a different environment. Growing up in the province with extended family I was exposed to a lot of people, I played freely outdoors compared to my kids which are mostly confined indoors and has limited contact with other people. Also with the busy life we have now, without a house helper and especially now that I already started working at home I am guilty of not providing enough time to actually home school my kids. So this coming school year I am already decided to enroll Athena to school, she's 3 turning 4 years old. The only thing that needs to be decided upon is the school. 

Of course as a mom I want what's best for my kids, well that's what every parents want right? So I am searching and checking different schools to send Athena to since Tristan's school only accepts Kindergarten up to High School. And very timely, I found out through Mommy Bloggers Philippines a new school here in Las Piñas, the South Champs Learning Center. 

South Champs Learning Center is an educational institution established last August 2015 to provide quality early childhood education aligned with the K-12 program to develop and equip early learners for future studies. 

South Champs Learning Center offers Progressive education because they believe in establishing a strong foundation in learning both socially and academically to help preschoolers develop into bright and independent individuals, ready to take on the next level.

Progressive education is a reaction against the traditional style of teaching which teaches facts largely at the expense of understanding what is being taught. - 
Progressive education emphasizes learning by doing. So it's going to be more engaging compared to the traditional way of learning.

Kids will learn how to pay and interact at an early age.

South Champs is committed to provide learning experiences for each child in preparation for early success and school readiness thru an effective and innovative curriculum that enrich each child’s social, emotional, physical, cognitive, intellectual and creative studies.


We strive to be a quality early childhood institution developing and shaping future champions.

Core Values

H – Humble
               A – Active and Alert

         M – Motivational
P – Patient
     I – Innovative

     O – Organized
    N – Nurturing

South Champs Learning Center's classrooms are colorful, neat, air-conditioned, equipped with fun learning materials and is very conducive for learning. Each class only has a maximum of 6 pupils and will be facilitated by 2 teachers. 

This is one of the 2 classrooms in the main building which caters to Junior and Senior Toddlers. 

Athena during their first day of cooking workshop. 
This year, they were able to expand. The expansion building also has 2 classrooms in it which will cater to Nursery and Kindergarten. It also has its own play area. 

Lots of  books to choose from!

Learning materials that will surely get the kids engaged.

 Organized toys

 More toys that will allow them to have fun while learning.

Overview of South Champs Learning Center's Programs

School Preparedness Programs
        - This program aims to prepare toddlers for the big school by introducing basic                                       academic lessons and life skills, and supplementing these with fun and interactive activities.
  • Junior Toddler – 1.8 to 2.6 years old
  • Senior Toddler – 2.7 to 3.4 years old
         - This program is for kids who are ready to take on a more intensive approach to learning with             daily classes and use of textbooks.
  • Nursery – 3.5 to 4.5 years old
  • Kinder – 4.5 to 5.5 years old
Tutorial Services
        - This service provides one-on- one, in-depth academic assistance and school review for students          in Preschool to Grade 6 to further enhance required skills to progress in school.
  • Intensive tutorials
  •  Read and Write Program
Admission Requirements:
  1.  Photocopy of NSO Birth Certificate
  2. Two 1x1″ and two 2x2″ ID colored pictures of the child
  3. Two 2x2” photo of the parents
  4. Two long brown envelopes
  5. Medical Certificate from pediatrician
Steps in Enrollment:
  1. Registration
  2. Assessment exam and interview
  3. Payment of fees
  4. Submission of requirements
  5. Start with school
Last April I was able to explore the school as Tristan and Athena got to experience their first Summer Workshop because South Champs offered us to attend their Tiny Chef Cooking Workshop for free. I will be creating a separate blog post about that. 

If you are from Las Piñas or from neighboring towns, South Champs Learning Center is definitely worth checking especially if you want your children to experience quality education.

Learn and play at South Champs!

Enrollment for SCHOOL PREPAREDNESS PROGRAM is now open! Reserve now, limited slots only!

For more details you can contact them on the following:
Facebook: South Champs Learning Center - Las Pinas
Phone: 800-8904
Mobile: (0917) 867-7779

South Champs Learning Center is located at  #467 Real St., Almanza Uno, Las Piñas City just near SM Southmall.

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