Pro-Teach Student Care

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SH Chan
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Re: Pro-Teach Student Care

Post by SH Chan » Mon Oct 28, 2013 11:58 am

Hi,

Anyones can advice or sharing about Pro-Tech (Yishun)?

Thanks.

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Pro-Teach Student Care

Post by caring mom » Mon Dec 09, 2013 1:23 pm

Hi, any advise or feedback for pro teach student care at Admiralty ?
Is it good?

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Re: Pro-Teach Student Care

Post by mommyfel » Wed Apr 16, 2014 3:30 pm

Any feedback on Pro Teach at Yishun-Khatib Blk 846?

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Re: Pro-Teach Student Care

Post by TT tan » Mon Apr 21, 2014 12:28 am

sembgal wrote:Thanks for your frank feedback. Having the child in a student care service may not benefit the parents if the student care centre in primary schools close on days when schools close such as PSLE marking day. This is enough to put me off.
Karen_Wee wrote:I had a frustrating experience with Pro-Tech After School Care in Horizon Primary School. From my last encounter with the centre principal, i figured that the demand for their centre is so good that they can make thoughtless decision. Take it or leave it. Inflexible, high-handed and lack of planning. If you are in their waiting list, you can wait forever unless someone drops out. No point appealing no matter how desperate you are. You can also forget about calling their HQ as they will just refer your feedback back to the respective centres.

Since they decided to accept only one of out my TWO children studying in the school, i've decided to withdraw my application for the one accepted by the centre because it makes no sense for me.

For those parents who consider school based care centres, I noticed that Pro-Tech Centre closes when the school close (eg. PSLE marking day, special school events etc). I thought that's when we need the centre for - to take care of our children when there's no school during school term.

Furthermore, Students are to wait in school canteen after say 5pm and outside the school after 6.30pm with one centre staff. So for parents who knock off at 6pm and takes more than half hour travel time, do take that into consideration.
I went to pro teach two branches to observe as I was thinkin of placing my DS there, I noticed:

1. Children were not really doing their work. Many were playing with their pencil boxes, drawing rubbish on papers, flipping pencils, etc. girls were chatting instead of doing their work
2. Teachers were oblivious to children behavior. THEy were just answering one or two kids queuing up to ask questions.

3. Some boys were dashing in and out of classrooms. They were going toilets frequently and laughing and joking outside class. Again teachers didn't bother.

4. When I ask the teachers. One school said oh... So happen they are changing periods. I visited the centre three times and so coincidental? Then I ask another school teacher, she said, we are here to help in school work, we are not childcare teachers.... I was like.... Huh... BUT they are not even doing their work....

I urge parents if you feel lack of options plus write to ministry. I wrote to moe but nothing been done. Hopefully as more parents feedback they will build more and better after schools are for full time working parents.

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Re: Pro-Teach Student Care

Post by haido80 » Tue Aug 04, 2015 11:31 am

TT tan,

mind sharing which 2 branches you went to?


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Re: Pro-Teach Student Care

Post by Littlebabygirlgirl » Mon Aug 24, 2015 10:37 am

Hi,

Are there any comments and feedbacks about pro teach @ west spring pri sch, pls? Thanks

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Re: Pro-Teach Student Care

Post by Blissedsher » Wed Oct 07, 2015 4:47 pm

hi all may i know if pro teach will return the tuition material or will be taken back by them?

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Re: Pro-Teach Student Care

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Re: Pro-Teach Student Care

Post by Disneyland03 » Mon Jul 10, 2017 2:04 pm

Any feedback on pro teach near Rosyth school?

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Re: Pro-Teach Student Care

Post by tans155 » Wed Aug 16, 2017 10:44 am

Can anyone comments on the Pro-teach at Kang Ching Road? I hear the teachers motivate the students in their studies. I am thinking to put my P1 girl at Pro-teach (which is near to our house) in case she didn't get into the Knowledge Park Student Care at RGPS. Please kindly reply my message.

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