MRC Kindergarten (Serangoon North)

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Re: MRC Kindergarten (Serangoon North)

Postby LP2012 » Wed Nov 23, 2016 12:02 pm

Hi
Just to share with all parents.
My daughter has been attending this school since playgroup. We are satisfied with the way they teach my daughter. She also attended their enrichment class in the afternoon for more knowledge. She now in the J2, going to K1 next year. We really can see her improvement as compare to other kid of the same age from other school.
Their teacher are patient with their students and most students are well disciplined. They focus not only on academic but also on their moral character which is one of the key point that we like.
We get to meet their teacher twice a year to update our kid progress. The person in charge is also very understanding and caring. The school fee is also fairly reasonable.
We highly recommend this kindergarten to parents.

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Re: MRC Kindergarten (Serangoon North)

Postby Blissedsher » Fri Nov 25, 2016 7:56 am

Hi Lp2012 i pm u

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Re: MRC Kindergarten (Serangoon North)

Postby Blissedsher » Fri Nov 25, 2016 8:30 am

Fake account .

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Re: MRC Kindergarten (Serangoon North)

Postby LP2012 » Fri Nov 25, 2016 10:27 am

Hi Blissedsher

Sorry for the late reply.
Didn't received any PM from you in this forum.
Just send an PM to you.
Anything that you want to check me with me?


Thank
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Re: MRC Kindergarten (Serangoon North)

Postby michelleteng268 » Fri Nov 25, 2016 11:42 am

Hi all parents,
Just want to share with you about the MRC Kindergarten (Serangoon Norht) which my daughter has attended from J1(Playgroup) to J3(K1) and next year will be J4(K2). We like the way of the school teaching method which really can see very obviously the improvement of my daughter not even in reading and writing but self-confident. We trusted that we are lucky because we really choose a right kindergarten for my kid and we need not to worry about her when she's in primary school because she has built a strong foundation. Some of parent will ask what will their child learn in primary school which they has learn in kindergarten? But a lot of parent they might not aware that what if their child missed the best learning period from 6 months onward to 6 years old because within this period the child's neurons will grown rapidly and will slow down when they turn to 7 years old. We really appreciated MRC has given a full academically for my child.

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Re: MRC Kindergarten (Serangoon North)

Postby peacetinklyelf » Fri Nov 25, 2016 12:24 pm

Hi parents,

My hubby and I would highly recommend this school, our child studied at MRC Serangoon from 2013 to 2016 and will be progressing to P1 next year. In 2014, we had to switch to a private kindergarten at Northstar due to logistics reasons and at that school, our child reported that she can't remember what she learned every day, and the teachers there insisted that the MOE curriculum only covered 1-10 and thus, they refused to teach beyond 1-10 when our child already know 1-100 at that time. The year end concert held by that awful kindergarten was so badly performed that we decided to re-register our child back to MRC Serangoon despite the further distance.

It was the best decision that we had made by re-registering our child back to MRC coz she started to tell us daily what she learned at MRC and when she went back to MRC in 2015, she still has trouble with reading, but rejoining MRC and joining their afternoon enrichment classes, our child can now read independently and write short stories by herself before even reaching P1.

Furthermore, she loves her teachers and friends at MRC and looks forward to going to school and staying for enrichment classes.

The year end student concerts that MRC organized had also been impressive and much much better than the other kindergarten that she joined in 2014. The fees at MRC had also been cheaper than that awful kindergarten.

In summary, we are really happy to find such a gem of a kindergarten where our child progressed smoothly both academically and socially and at an affordable rate.

Thank you MRC Serangoon and keep up the good work!

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Re: MRC Kindergarten (Serangoon North)

Postby Ricorn » Sun Nov 27, 2016 8:24 pm

Hi,
I like to share my experience with MRC Serangoon North. My elder boy, now 8 years old, first started attending MRC Serangoon North at J3 (K1) in June 2013. He was quite inattentive and mischevious then. However, with the help of the teachers, he became more disciplined and laid a good foundation for his primary school. We were also impressed by the syllabus taught in MRC. It's very structured and bilingual. It helps to cultivate good values to the students. We have another younger boy attending the school since J1 and will be going J4 (K2) next year. He is very happy attending school with positive learning attitude. The teachers are motivating as well. We would definitely recommend MRC Serangoon North to all.

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Re: MRC Kindergarten (Serangoon North)

Postby Jane Wan » Thu Dec 15, 2016 2:08 am

My 3 children have been with MRC over 3 years. Eldest daughter went to primary 1 this year and she has been performing well without my supervision, thanks to the good foundation in MRC kindergarten. Second daughter J3 (equivalent to K1) and youngest son J1 (nursery) progress well too. I specially appreciate the afternoon enhancement class. As a working mother, i do not have time to study or play with my children in the afternoon. It helps my children spending their afternoon time meaningfully. The teachers are friendly and my children enjoys the curriculums a lot. I would recommend MRC to other parents.

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