FORTY-ONE kindergarten pupils from Fairview School Brunei comprising Kindergarten 1, 2, and 3 pupils visited Fun Bee Park as part of its annual school trip yesterday.
During the visit, themed ‘Underwater’, the pupils had the opportunity to do art craft, edible art games and bubbles.
The fun tour started with the first station which was the art corner.
The pupils were divided into groups and supervised by their teachers and the centre’s instructors.
They learned the creative clay art crafting related to the theme. The craft materials were made of mostly recycled and upcycled items.
They were also taught to make a clay figurine of a fish using colourful wood clay kits.
Fun Bee Park’s kitchen was filled with quick, easy cooking and baking tools for pupils who want to learn more about cooking and baking.
They got their hands busy by making healthy sandwiches with ‘Underwater’ art theme on their sliced breads.
The pupils got to bring home their sandwiches filled with fruity jam and cheese.
The fun continued with exciting games and bubble play at the third station where the pupils stretched their arms, did some exercises and played with their classmates. Team work and coordination was the concept of the games.
The activities concluded with a handover of goodie bags, a courtesy of the centre’s management, to the pupils.
Cecilia Lee, Fun Bee Park’s Activity Consultant, expressed her appreciation and gratitude to Fairview School Brunei for choosing the centre as its activity partner for the school’s educational trip.
At the end of the visit, the pupils posed for a group photo to remember their time at the educational play centre in Fun Bee Park.
Fun Bee Park is catered for children aged three and above. It is considered to be a one-stop venue for fun and creative educational activities and the centre not only focuses on arts and crafts, baking and the culinary arts.