NAFA and alternative

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NAFA and alternative

Postby CC71 » Thu Jan 06, 2011 11:16 am

seemed like really difficult to enrol into NAFA..any body has any suggestion for other art school that is good? I have 2 seven-year-old and 1 11year-old very keen on arts and are currently with Crestar.
Do hope to enrol them into a more estab. school like NAFA

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enrol @ nafa arts

Postby Jusme » Fri Jan 14, 2011 1:31 pm

The long queue for junior art lessons at NAFA! I had the same issue when i wanted to register my son for the art lessons. Just to register him is such a hassle - waiting list is more than a year. You call the dept to register. They put you on the mailing list and you wait. Priority is given to existing students of NAFA and their siblings.

I register my girl for dance lessons and thereafter register my son as a sibling for the art lessons. Bingo, he got in the following year.

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NAFA

Postby CC71 » Fri Jan 14, 2011 3:54 pm

T Q. I guess just have to be patient...

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Re: NAFA and alternative

Postby mika » Mon Jun 06, 2011 10:05 pm

Dear parents,

You can try out our art center, we are conducting DA VINCI PROGRAMME. This programme created by professional experts based on over 20 years of experience at The One Academy and based on 12 principles such as; systematic progress, comprehensive art development, qualified & inspiring teachers, etc. Currently there are 36 center using this programme to teach children's art and craft in south east asia. We are glad to inform you that we are the first center using this programme in Singapore.

Here is our website: http://www.dvckid.com/sg


OUR CURRENT PROGRAMME:
LDV, Little Da Vinci 4 - 5 years old (below 4 are also welcome, but we will need them to go through a trial class)

JKA, Junior Da Vinci 6 - 11 years old


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Tues - Fri : 7pm - 9 pm
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3pm - 5pm
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123 Hougang Avenue 1, #01-1426, Singapore 530123

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Tuition fee:
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Re: NAFA and alternative

Postby titank » Wed Jun 08, 2011 1:11 pm

May I know what is the ratio of student to teacher in a class? Do you have a center near Bt Merah since you mentioned that there are 36 centers?

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Re: NAFA and alternative

Postby mika » Wed Jun 08, 2011 2:09 pm

Dear Parents,

We conduct 8 - 10 students per class with 1 teacher and 1 helper. We are the first one to conduct this programme in Singapore so for the moment only 1 center in Hougang. The other centers base in another Asia country. Sorry for the inconvenient.

Regards,
Mika

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Re: NAFA and alternative

Postby TENNISMOM » Wed Jun 08, 2011 4:03 pm

I wish to enrol my daughter at NAFA for art lessons too, but apparently they only send invites to their mailing lists twice a year. Any suggestions how I can overcome this rigidity of their school?

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Re: NAFA and alternative

Postby titank » Wed Jun 08, 2011 4:39 pm

The only way is to register in the mailing list early & early go down to register a place. I was in the mailing list last year but did not go down to register.
So far just heard good is the NAFA branding but I have not heard of any good reviews from NAFA. The setback is that the class is quite big where usually at 20.

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Re: NAFA and alternative

Postby laughingcat » Sat Oct 01, 2011 4:15 pm

Hi any feedback about Nafa kinder arts? I would love to hear be it negative or positive feedback.

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Re: NAFA and alternative

Postby sharkfin » Wed Jan 18, 2012 12:16 pm

ny daughter just started class in NAFA . They only have enrollment once a year that is why you feel that is a long waiting list . Not true . I enquired at the end of 2010 but miss the enrollment for 2011 , so i put my name with them . somewhere in oct they send u a letter .. you just go down to register in dec . Ofcourse its first come first serve so you just have to go down to queue . Thats it

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