Classes

Playgroup

18 months – 2 years old

Our playgroup programme helps nurture your child’s social and communication skills through learn and play in a comfortable setting. They will be able to experience multi-sensorial ways to explore the world around them and build self-confidence with hands-on opportunities. We also include a fitness initiative to keep them sharp and aid in their overall well-being.

Classes

Pre Nursery

Year that the child
turns 3

With our pre-nursery class, children are able to learn basic life skills through thematic activities, both indoors and outdoors. We encourage them to express their creativity using music and movements, which help to develop fine motor skills at an early age. They also get to pick up Mandarin using song and rhyme, providing them with a solid foundation in a second language.

Classes

Nursery

Year that the child
turns 4

A step up from pre-nursery, this is where your child discovers the larger world through literacy skills and maths in daily life. We implement the Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract as well as a synthetic phonic and reading programme for a child-friendly learning experience. Mandarin exercises are also conducted to develop a holistic understanding of the language.

Classes

K1

Year that the child
turns 5

Diving deeper into linguistics and maths, our K1 programme expands on the nursery curriculum. Children get to build their literacy abilities and grasp mathematical concepts with a progressive approach to experiential learning, as well as explore interesting topics through child-initiated projects. But it’s not all work and no play – we also have a fitness regime and cookery class to develop a healthy mind and body for our young adventurers.

Classes

K2

Year that the child
turns 6

Our K2 class is the most advanced syllabus we have to offer, preparing preschoolers for primary education. We bridge the gap through a stronger emphasis on maths, literacy skills and grammar, as well as a head start in mother tongue using Chinese phonics. An ICT integrated programme also helps to nurture the habit of self-learning in your child, empowering him or her to explore outside the classroom.

Lesson Hours

PROGRAMME LESSONS HOURS
Full-DayMonday-Friday, 7am-7pmOperates according to child care holidays
Half-Day (AM)Monday-Friday, 7am-1pmOperates according to child care holidays
Flexi-Care 3Monday-Friday, 11.30am-7pmOperates according to child care holidays
Flexi-Care 1Monday-Friday
1st session: 8.30am-11.30am
2nd session: 11.30am-2.30pm
Operates according to MOE school terms & holidays

Registration

Eligibility

Admission for any academic year is according to the age set by the Ministry of Education (MOE). Age is calculated based on 2 January of the year of admission.

Registration for International Students

Foreigners (except those with a Dependant’s Pass/Immigration Exemption Order) are required to apply for a Student Pass. Please contact our Admin Officer at 6562 4932 or login to www.ica.gov.sg for more information.

Registration

Please make an admission appointment with our Admin Officer at 6562 4932 prior to your visit. We recommend bringing your child along to facilitate the process.

For a smooth experience, we seek your cooperation to follow the guidelines below.

Fees Payment
  1. A non-refundable Registration fee $107* for Citizen & PR, $214* for Dependant Pass holder is payable upon registration.
  2. A refundable deposit of 1 month’s school fee (excluding government subsidy) is payable upon registration. Terms & Conditions apply for this refundable deposit.
  3. Students are to pay school fees for 12 months. This is because the total cost of running a school and the corresponding fees payable are calculated on an annual basis. The fees payable are then spread out over a period of 12 months.
  4. The first month’s school fees must be paid by NETS / Baby Bonus NETS only. Subsequent monthly school fees must be paid by Baby Bonus Giro, Interbank Giro or NETS.
  5. Singapore Citizen child can use the Baby Bonus to pay for the monthly fees.
  6. Singapore Citizen child will receive a basic subsidy given by MSF. The amount depends on the main applicant’s working status and the programme type that the child has been enrolled in. As per ECDA’s guidelines, child must attend the centre at least one day per month in order to be eligible for the monthly subsidy claim.
Documents

Please come to the kindergarten with the following documents to register the child:

  1. Registration Form
  2. ECDA Form 1
  3. Direct Debit Authorization Application Form
  4. Name Badge Order Form

The original documents must be presented for verification purposes at the time of registration. Please provide a photocopy of the following documents.

  1. Child’s birth certificate
  2. Child’s passport (foreigners only)
  3. Child’s Singapore Citizenship Certificate (if any)
  4. Child’s Re-entry Permit / Long Term Pass / Dependant Pass / Student Pass / Passport
  5. Child’s Immunization record (health booklet) and medical history if any
  6. Both parents’ NRIC/valid passes/passports
  7. Mother’s / Single father’s employment letter or salary slip (citizen only)
  8. Latest Notice Assessment (NOA) from Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) or Statutory Declaration (Self-employed mother/single father)
  9. Relevant legal documents to prove that the custody of the child is with the father (eg. Death certificate of mother, Deed of Separation, Divorce Petition)

Documents

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