With the wide variety of services available for parents wishing to enrich their children in any imaginable dimension, we are spoilt for choice. While that is a good thing, it does add significantly to the time and effort that we must put in to evaluate and select the services which are most suited to our children.
KiasuParents.com provides a series of reviews with service providers to understand what they are offering, and highlight their specific strengths and weaknesses, to provide parents with a quick overview and signficantly reduce their search and due diligence. These reviews are completely independent, and not paid for by any service provider. This is so that we can maintain our integrity and outline the facts for parents to judge without bias.
The reviews involve the following:
Want to share with all how the curriculum of preschool comes about.
Brand new centres with no well established franchise support will have no curriculum, especially if the owner has no experience in this field. If the principal is experienced, then she may have some 'stolen' materials from her ex centres to begin with. Teachers are told they have to do a particular theme in a particular month and then they are left to sink or float. If you see centres using photocopied materials from published / copyrighted assessment books (those available from Popular), their 'curriculum' usually falls into this category.