Operating hours are typically: 8 am to 6 pm (Mondays – Fridays) Open no later than 8 am and close no earlier than 6 pm. For more information on centres with extended operating hours, please visit our centres.
Our schools clearly display the relevant government certificates.
You should raise your concerns with your child’s teachers or the centre’s supervisor. Parents are encouraged to work closely with the centre to develop strategies and ways to aid your child’s individual development.
The meals served in the centre should include breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. The Centre’s weekly menu should be posted on the Parents’ Notice Board for parents’ information.
Fever is usually a symptom of infection. It would be advisable to let the child rest a home and observe him/ her for a day before sending the child to the child care centre. If the fever develops during the day, the centre would require you to pick up your child for proper medical attention.
It refers to the minimum of staff in charge of a group of children during programme hours based on the children’s ages.
|AGE OF CHILDREN (GROUP/ CLASS TYPE)||STAFF TO CHILDREN RATIO|
|Above 18- months- 30 months (Playgroup)||1 : 8|
|Children attaining 3 years of age in the calendar year when the class commences (Nursery 1)||1 : 12|
|Children attaining 4 years of age in the calendar year when the class commences (Nursery 2)||1 : 15|
|Children attaining 5 years of age in the calendar year when the class commences (Kindergarten 1)||1: 20|
|Children attaining 6years of age in the calendar year when the class commences (Kindergarten 2)||1 : 25|