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Postby Mongdornot » Wed Feb 20, 2013 12:29 am

Hi , I m new here. Pulled my daughter out of cs Montessori at nex and now desperately looking for another school for her. Her school experience at cs was traumatic. Someone recommended Kinder Campus at Somerville walk but I can't find any reviews on it online at all. Would really appreciate some input. Any feedback on Kinder Campus?

Really hope to avoid any further negative school experience for my daughter. I am a little desperate cos I will be having baby number two in less than two months !

On a separate note, just a gripe... but do any of you mums and dads find it very hard to assess if a school is good or not just by doing a centre visit and trying your hardest to find reviews ?

Hope to hear fr someone soon !

Thank you very much!

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Re: Kinder Campus

Postby Mummy_ask » Thu Apr 18, 2013 10:46 am

Hi Mongdornot

Did you ended up placing your daughter at Kinder Campus?

Any feedback to share?

I have also shortlisted Kinder Campus

Thanks in advance

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Re: Kinder Campus

Postby super-mom » Fri Jul 11, 2014 11:33 am

Hi Mongdornot,

In what way was CS 'traumatic'? Mind to share?
I'm also looking for review/feedback for this centre.

thanks!

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Re: Kinder Campus

Postby missyqiqi » Mon Jul 27, 2015 11:19 am

Any parents little ones in this school?

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Re: Kinder Campus

Postby Sgjl » Wed Feb 06, 2019 11:37 pm

Hi,
my gal studied in kindercampus for the last 1 year 9 months (now she's primary one in 2019) and she enjoyed going to kindercampus everyday. We transferred her from another neighborhood kindergarten when she was in k1 for 3 months because she hated going to that school and we only managed to get her to go at most 3 out days a week, and that was with much tears n effort. Luckily at kindercampus the teachers n principal was able to quickly make her feel comfortable and she settled down quickly and started liking school. At kindercampus students are taught based on ability, so you dun get bored or stressed on if you're faster or slower. There's a large collection of books which you can read at leisure. The school also has outdoor exercise in the morning n outdoor play as physical health is also emphasized. On top of that, soft skills like good social skills n ethics are taught as well. Lots of interesting projects n topics are explored as well, usually with excursion to get hands on experience of what was learnt in class. E.g. When learning about river and water, she had an excursion to coney island in punggol and also Newater plant at Tuas so she'd get a better understanding of what she learnt in class. Oh you can enrol your child in the enrichment classes that your child likes, such as piano, dance, taekwondo and maths olympiad etc. They are conducted after classes on certain days. E.g piano is every Wednesday afternoon etc. Say if your child doesn't like any enrichment, I think she has lots of toys and games and craft work to do with her friends. But of course she can just pick up a book at the cosy corner too if she prefers. And then there's school play and concert of various themes and if your child has a talent in singing and dancing etc, she will be spotted and she will be encouraged to develop her talent as well.

When you first visit the school (which is housed in a private detached house), you might not be impressed and might be even a bit skeptical. But do pop in at different hours and see how happy the children are and then you know your child might be just as happy there. If you happen to be there in the evening, you might even get to talk to some parents picking their children up and you can find out from them first hand about the school. School bus is available if you live not too far, but it's just 2 bus stops from Nex at serangoon mrt.

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