Nursery in Singapore
(30 Months – 4 Years Old)
For our children between 30 months to 4 years old, our Raffles Kidz Nursery programme provides a holistic and bilingual curriculum in a purposefully designed learning environment to cultivate lifelong learners with a thirst for knowledge and learning. During this age, motor skills, cognitive development and language are crucial to their development as they go from crawling to running, and babbling to sharing stories, in the years leading up to Kindergarten.
The Best Supportive & Stimulating Environment
It is important to provide a safe, supportive, and stimulating school environment for children’s continuing development. During the early years, children will grow rapidly in the five main areas of development: physical, cognitive, emotional and social, language, and motor skills. At Raffles Kidz, a multi-award-winning preschool in Singapore, we have created an age-appropriate and engaging nursery environment for them to explore and interact with their school peers, thus encouraging language development, building confidence, learning more about their feelings and developing friendships.
Nurturing & Caring Educators
Committed to developing the whole child, our qualified educators encourage children to be curious by providing opportunities for them to explore, investigate, and learn through active hands-on explorations. As such, our children are given the freedom to choose their activities based on their interests and needs, under the guidance of our educators in Singapore. Our well-trained educators at our school recognise that children at this age have a growing need for mobility and independence, so we guide them through daily routines to foster confidence and self-reliance, starting from nursery onwards.
Our Constructive Nursery Curriculum
Promoting Physical Growth
While children develop and grow at their own pace, a child’s physical development is an important part of their overall health. Our children are given ample opportunities to refine their motor skills in our safe and nurturing nursery environment in Singapore. Our school programmes are curated with the aim to let our children learn through purposeful play as they begin to climb better, build towers with more blocks, and even start riding tricycles.
Developing Bonds & Friendships
From ages 2 to 4, children learn more about themselves and their feelings and begin developing friendships with other children their age. As they learn how to control their emotions, express themselves, and work out problems under the guidance of our skilled educators, they will find themselves becoming more socially interactive and confident in making new friends and start forming strong friendships. Through our small group activities, they will also learn how to cooperate with their friends, take turns, and show affection for others.
Building Language & Cognitive Skills
Improved attention and self-control allow young children to benefit from stories, songs, and rhymes, quickly expanding their vocabulary and literacy skills. As such, our school’s nursery programme incorporates immersive and enriching activities to support this development. Here, our children are taught the fundamentals of English, Mandarin and Mathematics using an inquiry-based approach to foster critical thinking and problem-solving. By nurturing a deep interest in these subjects, we lay a strong foundation in literacy and numeracy, ensuring a smooth transition into Kindergarten.
For more information on the nursery experience at Raffles Kidz, you can book a school tour and visit us at our various locations in Singapore, including Jurong West, Punggol, Yio Chu Kang and Bukit Panjang.
We have two programmes: Early Dismissal (7am-5.30pm) & Full Day (7am-7pm). Fees are before GST.
- For Surbana Jurong:
- Early Dismissal: $1,650
- Full Day: $1,750
- For Ang Mo Kio, Yio Chu Kang, Bukit Panjang:
- Early Dismissal: $1,550
- Full Day: $1,650
- For Yishun, Jurong West and Punggol:
- Early Dismissal: $1,500
- Full Day: $1,600
For Singaporean children, a basic subsidy of $300 is given to working mothers/single fathers who work a minimum of 56 hours per month and a subsidy of $150 for non-working mothers/single fathers.