[Woodlands/Admiralty] Preschools

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RECOMMENDATION OF CHILD CARE CENTRE

Postby Regine Lau » Fri Mar 13, 2009 11:57 am

Hi all parents,

Need your expert advise !!!!!!! My girl is going to a childcare centre next mth ... Any good recommendation in the north/central area?????
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Re: RECOMMENDATION OF CHILD CARE CENTRE

Postby sharonsharon » Sun Mar 22, 2009 4:43 pm

Regine Lau wrote:Hi all parents,

Need your expert advise !!!!!!! My girl is going to a childcare centre next mth ... Any good recommendation in the north/central area?????
:?:


Hi,
i just sent my girl to cherie hearts@blk 877 two weeks ago,near admiralty.I have been searching several childcares for quite long times.went to MMI, the atmosphere is good ,but too many children there ,am afraid my girl might not get proper care. went o kinderland, but TOO expensive. until i find cherie hearts there. i watched the teachers' teaching .several times from outside window, seemed good and patience. I consult their supervisor ,actually, i find the curriulum extremely good, and also nutritious food. fees $350 .so far, my girl ok.seemed happy every day.no cry in the center liao, the teacher their cuddle my girl whenever she cries. i like it

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Hi, can anyone recommend gd childcare at admiralty?

Postby Spymsang » Fri Apr 03, 2009 4:04 pm

Hi
I am a new joiner of this big family and have read thru a lot of feedbacks and comments on this subject previously. Apologies me for asking feedback again as those I read are sometime back (yr 2004?)
Can someone pls enlighten me of good childcare centre around admiralty?
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Postby sharonsharon » Fri Apr 03, 2009 9:33 pm

Hi,
i just sent my girl to cherie hearts@blk 877 two weeks ago,near admiralty.I have been searching several childcares for quite long times.went to MMI, the atmosphere is good ,but too many children there ,am afraid my girl might not get proper care. went o kinderland, but TOO expensive. Learing vision environment is very nice , but also too expensive,not worth it. until i find cherie hearts there. i watched the teachers' teaching .several times from outside window, seemed good and patient. I consult their supervisor ,actually, i find the curriulum extremely good, and also nutritious food. this is their website:www.cheriehearts.com.sg

so far, my girl ok.seemed happy every day.no cry in the center liao, the teacher their cuddle my girl whenever she cries. My girl already been there one months liao, planning to change half day to full day, not sure whether she likes it.

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Postby jjjmum » Tue Apr 14, 2009 11:41 am

Hi, am planning to put my girl in childcare soon. anyone has any comments/feedback on the following:

1) Creativeland (Blk 715)
2) Cairnhill Educare (Blk 764A)
3) Funland Educare (Blk 736)
4) Crystal Tots (Blk 769)
5) Thinkerstar Educare (Blk 701)

Also, anyone has any feedback on Ascenda Educare (Blk 702), which provides before/after school care?

thx

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Postby mod_toomuch » Thu Apr 23, 2009 2:21 pm

jjjmum wrote:Hi, am planning to put my girl in childcare soon. anyone has any comments/feedback on the following:

1) Creativeland (Blk 715)
2) Cairnhill Educare (Blk 764A)
3) Funland Educare (Blk 736)
4) Crystal Tots (Blk 769)
5) Thinkerstar Educare (Blk 701)

Also, anyone has any feedback on Ascenda Educare (Blk 702), which provides before/after school care?

thx



Both my son 5 years and my gal 15 mth is at 888 plaza...

any mummies put their kids there?

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[Woodlands/Admiralty] Preschools

Postby Mandy2009 » Sun May 17, 2009 4:42 pm

Can anyone share with me is there any good childcare centre/Kindergarten in Woodlands area? I am looking for childcare/ kindergarten where the teachers there has good teachingquality and kid can learn good discipline in the centre. Thanks.

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Postby angkukuey » Fri May 22, 2009 11:26 pm

highly recommend MYMCA at woodlands st 83.trs there r v reponsible n loving and the principal is also a v down to earth lady

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Postby sharonsharon » Sun May 24, 2009 12:12 pm

I sent my girl to Cherie Hearts (Blk 877, woodlands ave 9) 3 months ago, seemed quite ok, my girl 20+ months that time, the teacher is very patient . I heard they just changed the director. My daughter liked the centre very much.

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Looking for Pre-school for my boy (Woodlands)

Postby alg » Tue Sep 01, 2009 10:00 am

[Moderator's note: Topics merged.]

Hi everyone,

I am new in this forum. Would appreciate some help on this issue.

My boy is about 2.5 yrs old. I am looking for a pre-school (or playgroup, i very confuse by all these names, my time only K1 K2 :D ) for him in Woodlands. As my wife is not working, we don't require childcare services.

My boy is more comfortable in Chinese as we are Chinese speaking.

I heard MYMCA near Blk 888 is quite good.

Thanks.

Alvin

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