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PCF to montessori

Postby anlynn » Wed Apr 25, 2012 3:35 pm

hello,

I am thinking to switch my dd from Pcf to Montessori this yr probably after june. She is in k1 this yr. However, i am worried if she can cope as it would be a change in teaching style.

Any parents has made such an arrangement before?
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Re: PCF to montessori

Postby Suz855 » Wed Apr 25, 2012 3:42 pm

No worries, Montessori is child centric ... your child will love it. Look for one with good phonic & hanyu ping ying programme. You child will be well prepare for P1.

I switched mine, now already in P5 when she was N2 (YMCA childcare) to a Montessori ... she has good foundation & doing reasonably well now.

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Re: PCF to montessori

Postby mommybumblebee » Thu May 24, 2012 2:49 am

Hi Suz855,

I need your views on switching from Kinderland to Montessori. My son is in N2 and K1 next year, I'm thinking of switching him to a montessori preschool called The Purple Train in Woodlands Civic Centre and the monthly fee is $650/mth cash or cheque, no CDA allowed. Do you think Montessori will provide a better learning environment for my son?

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Re: PCF to montessori

Postby goodchild » Fri Jun 01, 2012 3:47 pm

that's a lot of montessori school in singapore. you much choose a good one.

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