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Dynamic World Montessori

Postby 880 » Fri Mar 18, 2011 11:06 am

Hello all, I am new here.
After reading some feedback from kiasu website, i a bit worry. I shortlisted it but now puzzled, scared i made wrong decision :stupid: . It really not good?
Please advise.

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Dynamic Montessori

Postby hanahana » Tue Apr 05, 2011 12:37 am

Hi. Have you sent your child to Dynamic Montessori in the end?
I am looking for good montessori school in marine parade and siglap area.
I will visit the school soon, but I'd like to hear any reviews of the current parents.
Thank you!

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Re: Dynamic world montesori

Postby pumpkin_pie » Wed Jul 13, 2011 11:51 pm

Surprised that no mummies commented about this school as thought its quite popular cos AM slots are full, left PM slots currently. I called up the school last week and the sch manager seemed to be very knowledgeable and well-spoken, and also kept talking about how fast the sch has grown to have expanded to another premise nearby. I felt seemed too good that may have sounded like a sales pitch. Fees are not cheap too, after adding this and that...all the misc enrichment charge separately, but is all within the 4hr program. sigh... Thus wanna find out first hand from mummies who put their kids there.

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Re: Dynamic world montesori

Postby pumpkin_pie » Wed Jul 13, 2011 11:53 pm

actually was considering between Dynamic World and Twinkle Stars. Both are full montessori programs, but just not sure which has better teachers, as I know its the teachers who make all the difference..

Any feedback? :)

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Re: Dynamic World Montessori

Postby D3smummy » Tue Oct 11, 2011 11:56 pm

Hi pumpkin pie

I'm also looking these 2 mentessori school. Have you enrolled your child? Which one did u choose in the end? Care to share the school fee and Also how u find the school teaching?

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Re: Dynamic World Montessori

Postby Claudine Heng » Wed Oct 12, 2011 10:29 am

Hi, can i know how old are your kids when you put them into montessori program? My boy is turning 18months soon, am also looking for half day program to start him first. Can i know where is Dynamic World Montessori located?
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Re: Dynamic World Montessori

Postby Claudine Heng » Wed Oct 12, 2011 10:30 am

Hi, can i know how old are your kids when you put them into montessori program? My boy is turning 18months soon, am also looking for half day program to start him first. Can i know where is Dynamic World Montessori located?
Thanks

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Re: Dynamic World Montessori

Postby pumpkin_pie » Sun Oct 16, 2011 12:04 am

D3smummy wrote:Hi pumpkin pie

I'm also looking these 2 mentessori school. Have you enrolled your child? Which one did u choose in the end? Care to share the school fee and Also how u find the school teaching?


Hi, in the end I did not go for both schools due to my part-time work timing. But if I could, I would go for Twinkle Stars. Reason is because after speaking to Dynamic World, I find them rather commercialised and there are many additional compulsory 'top-ups' which I did not like. Whatever 'top-ups' should be catered for enrichment outside program time, not within. As it is, the program time is only 4hrs, minus lunch and snack, probably 3hrs. They should just combine the "compulsory" top-ups in their term fee so parents will have a better guage of the actual fee. 1 term adds up to almost 2K in the end. Twinkle Stars on the other hand feels more 'at home' and fees are reasonable. Curriculum seems rather structured too. Go visit the 2 schools to have a better feel.

Dynamic World Montessori: http://dw-montessori.com.sg/
Twinkle Stars Montessori: cannot find the website, not sure why, but they have one. Address is at Block 86, Marine Parade Central, #04-316. Tel No.: 6440-0983

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Re: Dynamic World Montessori

Postby D3smummy » Sun Oct 16, 2011 7:35 am

Hello...

Twinkle stars Montessori website: http://www.tsmontessori.com/index.html
FYI, they don't offer 18-30mths program anymore.

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Re: Dynamic Montessori

Postby i_s_a » Tue Oct 25, 2011 10:51 pm

hanahana wrote:Hi. Have you sent your child to Dynamic Montessori in the end?
I am looking for good montessori school in marine parade and siglap area.
I will visit the school soon, but I'd like to hear any reviews of the current parents.
Thank you!


What have you ended up doing? I have just started looking for kindergartens around the same area. Just curious with what you have found out.

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