OrangeTree Preschool(Morris Allen Study Centres and Tien Hsi

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OrangeTree Preschool(Morris Allen Study Centres and Tien Hsi

Postby angela » Sun Apr 26, 2009 11:09 pm

Dear mummies and daddies,

Did anyone of you send your kids to OrangeTree Preschool which is run by Morris Allen Study Centres and Tien Hsia Language School.

How is it? Good? Please share.

Thanks

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Postby magg » Mon Apr 27, 2009 8:54 pm

This is something I want to find out too. Anyone experienced their centre? please share.....

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Postby Neostar » Wed Mar 31, 2010 9:16 pm

I like to find out more about the centre (Kaki Bukit). Is any parents here with kids in this centre? Please share with me how the teachers, kids behaviour and is it easy to fall sick as it is a aircon centre.

Thanks in advance

Neostar

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Postby toddles » Wed Apr 07, 2010 10:04 am

I went to check out the one at Simei Eastpoint.

Think it's quite an old branch, so the place looked kinda messy, and it's an open concept classroom area, so think it might be quite noisy...

What tipped the balance for me was the 'outdoor' play area, which was on a narrow strip outside, and looked really cramped and seemed to be where the shopping centre would put their aircon units.

Curriculum-wise, I heard from the lady (think she's an asst supervisor instead of the principal) who brought me around that in the afternoon (it's full day childcare), they will be taught by the teachers from morris allen and tien hsia. These two centres are also located on the same floor in Eastpoint. so I guess it's pretty convenient.

I thought that aspect was good, since these 'professional' teachers are probably better than the other 'childcare' teachers, since they specialise in academics.

But have also heard that tien hsia is a lot of drilling through worksheets and not as 'fun learning' as Berries for chinese, so that was another 'discount' factor in my consideration of Orange Tree.

hope this helps!

toddles
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Re: OrangeTree Preschool(Morris Allen Study Centres and Tien

Postby kittyki » Tue Jul 08, 2014 10:38 pm

Any reviews on the branch at choa chu Kang? Thanks

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Re: OrangeTree Preschool(Morris Allen Study Centres and Tien

Postby kittyki » Tue Jul 08, 2014 10:38 pm

Any reviews on the branch at choa chu Kang? Thanks

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