Singapore’s First
Inclusive Preschool.

Our Programmes

Students will benefit from a unique education partnership between teachers, specialists, and parents. This includes regular progress updating, the opportunity for parents to be involved in classroom activities, field trips and learning journeys, and other collaboration.


Playgroup (1.5 – 2 years old)

Encouraging Holistic Development and Learning

  • Support children in making friends and regulating emotions
  • Help children develop fine motor skills through the use of fingers and hands
  • Help children develop balancing skills
  • Teach children about the conventional social rules of language
  • Introduce symbols and pictures to represent concepts, ideas or items which are not present


Nursery 1 (2 – 3 years old) / Nursery 2 (3 – 4 years old)

Embedding Holistic Development and Learning

  • Support children in participating collaboratively and constructively during group activities
  • Familiarise children with writing and drawing tools to develop fine motor skills
  • Help children develop travelling skills
  • Educate children on the appropriate use of conventional grammar and expansive vocabulary to develop conversational skills Introduce children to the concept of spatial relationships and shapes, and numbers
  • Help children develop the ability to make connections by recalling experiences and stories
  • Facilitate a positive attitude towards learning so that children develop a natural curiosity, and an inventiveness in thinking
  • Help children explore musical concepts and expression


Kindergarten 1 (4 – 5 years old) / Kindergarten 2 (5 – 6 years old)

Enhanced Holistic Development and Learning

  • Work with children to hone gross motor skills to throw, catch and kick objects
  • Strengthen children’s ability to develop fine motor skills such as actively connecting objects (e.g. blocks), which go together
  • Help children develop critical thinking skills to resolve conflicts
  • Improve children’s problem-solving skills by providing opportunities to repeat manipulations of certain activities (e.g. fitting a key into a lock)
  • Encourage children to actively participate in conversations by interacting with others in non-routine ways
  • Help stimulate logical thinking through pattern recognition categorisation of objects, and more complex numeracy concepts
  • Encourage creativity by providing children with opportunities to build new and unique objects from scratch
  • Support children’s ability to understand and interpret meaning from texts and reading materials

Monthly Fees 

Types of Services: Child Care Full Day (For 1yr 6mths to 6yrs 11mths)

Per Capital Income* (Base of gross income)School FeesSchool Fees incl. 9% GSTBasic subsidy (for working mother)Nett Fee Payable
Tier 1$1.01 to $1,125.00$980.00$1,068.20$ (300.00)$768.20* ^
Tier 2$1,125.01 to $1,875.00 $1,180.00$1,286.20$ (300.00)$986.20* ^
Tier 3$1,875.01 to $2,375.00$1,280.00$1,395.20$ (300.00)$1,095.20* ^
Tier 4$2,375.01 to $3,000.00$1,380.00$1,504.20$ (300.00)$1,204.20* ^
Tier 5$3,000.01 to $3,500.00$1,680.00$1,831.20$ (300.00)$1,531.20* ^
Tier 6$3,500.01 and above or parents who do not wish to be means tested$1,880.00$2,049.20$ (300.00)$1,749.20* ^
* Further reduction of up to $467 subsidy from ECDA for eligible families.
^ Additional 50% in house sibling rebate on the nett fee for eligible families.

Registration Fees

Registration fee of S$80 is payable once enrolment is confirmed. It is non-refundable and non-transferable.


A deposit equivalent to a month’s fee for the programme is required and must be paid upon admission.

Additional Charges:

  • Uniform and PE attire
  • Document bag
  • Mattress and cover

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