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slightlyconfused85 Thu 15-Oct-15 14:45:42

As a move to singapore in the new year looks increasingly likely, I wonder if anyone could advise on a pre acho for my 3 year old? I am happy to consider local and international as appropriate and she doesn't need to go full time- just enough to socialise and continue to learn a little in preparation for school. Any experiences?

slightlyconfused85 Thu 15-Oct-15 15:16:59

Dh will be working just off Orchard Road if that helps...

SquadGoals Thu 15-Oct-15 15:22:22

My boss has two boys at one of the White Lodge locations and has never had any complaints. They go three times a week.

He has also signed up for a membership at Tanderra. I've heard fantastic things about it from several people.

papooshka Fri 16-Oct-15 12:02:16

The Childrens Place, amazing place, outdoor space, down a quiet road, caring teachers. My two both went there for 4 years and loved it.

Peppapogstillonaloop Sat 17-Oct-15 00:06:47

We were at the Eton house on claymore so near your husbands work. really lovely little school my daughter loved it.

Laptopwieldingharpy Sat 17-Oct-15 11:50:10

All the above have a well deserved great rep! Also consider school applications if she is turning 4 soon.

TerrorAustralis Sun 18-Oct-15 06:42:32

I would work out what area you want to live in to help you narrow down the choice. There's quite a lot of choice.

My DS has been at PlayDays and I think it is wonderful. They have two schools (Clementi and Mountbatten). Next year he will be too old for PlayDays, so we're moving him to the Preschool for Multiple Intelligences (PMI) which also has two locations (Novena and Kembangan).

If school fees aren't included in your DH's package, international school will be much more expensive than a preschool. But most will take kids from 3.

This article outlines the local options

This article lists a lot of options that are popular with expats

slightlyconfused85 Sun 18-Oct-15 08:34:41

Thanks all for the helpful advice

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