Wonder if anyone knows about this.
I always thought that only childcare centres attract fee subsidies from MCYS.
$150 if half day, $300 if full day. And only if the mother is working full time, or something like that.
However, Chiltern House (which is not a cc) gets $150 subsidy off their fees for the preschool programme, even though they follow MOE timetable (calendar year of holidays etc) and is not categorised as a childcare?
Any idea how they qualify for this and whether other similar preschools also qualify for subsidies? Is there a list or a registration process with MCYS?