We believe that youth should learn the right values that will set them up for life, and aim to provide a way to focus them and set them on the right path. Using Taiko drumming, this hands-on approach seeks to…

Aimed at youths who have an interest in music, Taiko4Arts is a programme for youths from different backgrounds that have the common interest in music and drumming. At Taiko4Arts, youths will grow together while having fun learning different songs and…

A fun and engaging experience for all, we cater individualised sessions for families to learn Taiko drumming together. Through fun-filled lessons, families will have the opportunity to strengthen their relationships through Taiko drumming together.

Taiko4Stars is a programme for children and youths with special needs, such as autism and attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD). At Mangrove Learning we believe that each person should have the opportunity to live their life to the fullest and…

School of Daiko was set up for adults who are interested in learning the art of Taiko drumming. Held at various community centres, we bring together people from all walks of life, to pick up a new hobby and to…

Boom4team is activity where participants use boomwhackers, which are hollow tubes that produce different notes when hit. Each member of the team will play a different note, which requires people to work together to play a song, stressing the importance…

Part of our corporate teambuilding programme, Taiko4Team is an opportunity for organisations to build better teamwork and team spirit among employees. Through Taiko drumming workshops, participants will be engaged in hands on activities aimed at developing better team communication, interpersonal…

At Mangrove Learning, we believe that Taiko drumming is for people from all walks of life and that the benefits of Taiko drumming should be shared with others. Senior citizens can benefit from Taiko drumming, where they can interact within…

Children are born to learn, and explore the world through new experiences. Experiential learning is a good way for learning numeracy and coordination while having fun with their friends. Using unique and interesting programmes, children will learn the art of…