SCIA Learning Village, a community platform created by Singapore (Cambodia) International Academy to facilitate experiential learning, opened its doors to students, parents and the public on 3rd November at SCIA Campus.
The event offered fun and tangible ways for visitors to learn the latest trends, cutting-edge technologies and soft skills by industry partners from Singapore, France, and Japan, including Sunrise Japan Hospital who presented on nutrition and offered visitors free membership cards for health consultation. APPress gave a workshop on No-code Rapid App Maker which allowed participants to create an app without prior coding knowledge.
Bringing the event to a close, SCIA primary and high school students showcased their performances in “SCIA’s Got Talent”.
The English Access Micro-scholarship Program will provide underprivileged children daily access to two years of English-language education. Thirty-five students from the NGO Anjali House have