Modern Montesori @ Thomson & Sunny Bunny Montessori

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Modern Montesori @ Thomson & Sunny Bunny Montessori

Postby dianagoh » Fri Apr 23, 2010 4:32 pm

Hi all,

Any1 hv sent ur kids to either cc ctr? Any comments to contribute? :?:

Tks

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Re: Modern Montesori @ Thomson & Sunny Bunny Montessori

Postby peobe » Sat Feb 25, 2012 7:02 pm

Hi anyone has comments on sunny bunny at sin Ming?

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Re: Modern Montesori @ Thomson & Sunny Bunny Montessori

Postby mypiggee » Tue Mar 13, 2012 2:39 pm

The Sunny Bunny that my son attended was at Bedok CC, its just a three hrs class...Basically its one to one now as there's no other student.
All the materials are very new and the teacher is very friendly & patient towards him. Its a sad thing that there's no student. Most likely its due to the high sch fees.

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Re: Modern Montesori @ Thomson & Sunny Bunny Montessori

Postby ConcernedDaddy » Tue Mar 13, 2012 4:33 pm

How much are Sunny Bunny fees?

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Re: Modern Montesori @ Thomson & Sunny Bunny Montessori

Postby mypiggee » Fri Mar 23, 2012 2:38 pm

For the three hrs class, it will be $1780 per term. So its almost the same price in sending him to childcare but childcare is full day.

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Re: Modern Montesori @ Thomson & Sunny Bunny Montessori

Postby mypiggee » Fri Aug 10, 2012 11:19 am

I am withdrawing my son out from the school. Even though teacher is good & materials are new. The principal just cannot make it.

Air con is not turned on given the excuses that its better for the kids but my son was perspiring. Another parent has complained as well but nothing is done.

And she always treat my son as "second citizen" when the teacher is sick or on leave.

1st time was that she SMS me in the morning saying that there is an excursion to the road safety. Luckily my MIL is on leave on that day. So she went with them to the road safety.

2nd time was today. She SMS me saying that no class today. So I replied that she should give advance notice. Guess what her reply? A letter was given on 7 Aug which we never receive it at all. Arent this kind of closure needs at least a week notice? Moreover, there's no acknowledgement from us.

Really a pity that it has to end it that way. I really quite like it cos its just a small group of 5 students in a class. Everything is new.
Its just the principal's attitude that I do not like. She will actually put some bad comments on my son right in front of him whenever I went to fetch him.
There was a time which I really displeased that I told the principal to come out & talk instead. Cos she said that my son was very slow; should go & see a dr if there's any problem in him etc. Or I should put him full day.

I know that my son is slow in learning cos he's not interested or refuse to learn. However if putting him in full day cost a bomb. I might as well put him in full day montessori childcare. In addition, I checked with the teacher. His "Maths" still ok...phonics are improving. at least he now willing to learn.

But realy unhappy about the principal wanting to talk such bad things in front of the kids. And not just one kid...She is talking with me in the class when the kids are gathering around her. And she talked as if my son is sick and needs to see the specialist immediately to improve on his conditions in learning.

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Re: Modern Montesori @ Thomson & Sunny Bunny Montessori

Postby Jenny Lam » Fri Oct 19, 2012 11:05 pm

Hi Mypiggee, you mentioned that the principal asked you to put your child full day how come when I went there today the teacher told me they don't have full day. They have only daily 3 hour class. I live in Bedok so I went to Sunny Bunny Montessori @ Bedok CC to take a look. I quite like the school and their teacher is an expat. She sounded very knowledgeable. My child likes the place so much that he refused to leave. The fee after passion card discount is only $1691 per term. Around $585 per month. I check the Sunny Bunny website their child care fee at Sin Ming Avenue is $1400 per month. Somemore afternoon 12 to 3 pm is lunch bath and nap. Only 2 hour lesson in the afternoon. So I think the fee quite reasonable. Some school at Katong area charge even more. I happen to meet the principal when I was about to leave, she appeared nice and sincere to me. What I also like is next door is Global Art. I intend to send my son for art lesson too. But I'm still considering as I am actually looking for full day school for my son. Logistic is a problem if I put my son for 3 hour class. Sigh ......

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Re: Modern Montesori @ Thomson & Sunny Bunny Montessori

Postby Jenny Lam » Tue Oct 30, 2012 12:24 am

:oops: Sorry I got mixed up in the infant and child care fees. Are you principal or operator of Sunny Bunny?

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Re: Modern Montesori @ Thomson & Sunny Bunny Montessori

Postby coral22 » Wed Nov 28, 2012 12:27 pm

Hi,

Anyone has comments about MMI at Thomson? Visited the place but worried about the day in day out "actual" activities going on..

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