The Best School With Nominal Kindergarten Fees in Singapore

Rupali Karekar
Jun 21, 2021
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Worried about Kindergarten Fees in Singapore? You need to check this!

Just like all other basic necessities like food, clothing, shelter; education is also very important. Therefore, being a parent you have a responsibility to give your children the best education which starts with finding the right preschool or kindergarten school.


Kindergarten years are often looked upon as casual years of schooling, where students are expected to have lots of fun along with some basic education. Giving them a good start by providing the right environment where they are nurtured the right way can help them in their elementary school later and change their overall personality.


But, have you been wondering about the fees or how much money you will have to spend on sending your child to school? Whether you are a citizen, permanent resident, a foreigner or an immigrant and considering sending your child to kindergarten school then you need to read this article as it might help to get rid of those worries.


The cost of living in Singapore is expensive and education in Singapore can come with a considerable price tag too. Preschool education is largely subsidised by the government but the cost differs mainly due to the quality, facilities and other enrichment programmes. These choices require informed financial decisions and possibly even starting an education fund for your child as soon as he/she is born is quite necessary.

Learn about those facilities that children get in a playschool.


Here is the broad overview of Kindergarten Fees in Singapore so that it can help you while planning for your child’s schooling.


Government-Operated Kindergartens

Ministry of Education (MOE) kindergartens are government-operated programmes and therefore they are the most affordable due to the subsidy provided.


ECDA Anchor Operator Kindergartens

Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA) provides support to childcare and kindergarten operators to help keep fees affordable and help families with the lower-income group to get access to quality education.


Private and International Kindergartens

International kindergartens customize their programme to meet each child’s need and therefore their fees are a little higher when compared to other government kindergartens but when it comes to quality education and the facilities provided they are far cheaper. 


Why prefer private or International Schools in Singapore?


● They provide the right stepping stone to children into the world of international education with an excellent preschool programme that focuses on the physical, cognitive and social-emotional development of your child in a fun-loving environment.

● Children can master literacy and numeracy skills and be future-ready for structured learning.

● Their Programmes are structured to offer a firm foundation to preschoolers. 

● Apart from honing reading, writing and speaking skills in English, they offer the choice of second languages to students, which help children to become bilingual at an early age.

● International Schools in Singapore offer a conducive physical and emotional environment where children thrive and explore freely and discover new things. 

● Dedicated play-based learning facilities like a sandpit, water play, indoor and outdoor play area, toy library in each class, materials for role-based play etc help children hone their creativity and allow them to gain meaningful learning experiences

● Teachers are highly experienced and possess specialised skills to engage preschoolers and make learning a fun experience for them. 

● They encourage each child to explore his or her curiosity in a safe environment and develop their sense of self and their power to express.

● Communication with Parents is very Integral to a Child's development so International Schools in Singapore work in close coordination with parents to achieve all-round development.

● Teachers send weekly communication to the parents, informing them about the activities held at school, along with pictures and details of what the child is learning at school so that parents are well-informed.

● Parents can share their perspective and are free to book the teacher’s time for any detailed feedback or discussion regarding their child’s development.


All these are only possible in Private Kindergartens or International Schools in Singapore.


Kindergarten Fees in Singapore

If you are looking for an affordable kindergarten school for your child in Singapore then you can consider GIIS. Look for a fee structure that is transparent and affordable, especially if it's in accordance with CPE’s Singapore international school fees standards. 


Fees Structure of Kindergarten School In Singapore  

Registration Fee: $ 445.12 (One time at admission time)

Tuition Fee: $ 3415.44 (per term)

Activity Fee: $ 477.22 (per term)

Building Development Fee: $ 267.50 (per term)

Student welfare Fee: $ 133.75 (per term)

School Event Fee: $ 133.75 (per term)

Resource Fee: $ 240.75 (per term)

Technology Fee: $ 374.50 (per term)


Total fees payable: $ 5042.91 (including 7% GST)


Get detailed information on the fee structures for the year 2021-2022 (April 01, 2021, to March 31, 2022) from the link below

https://singapore.globalindianschool.org/admissions/fees


Conclusion

Knowing the details beforehand may help to plan better and may alleviate the brunt of financial burdens. The early years are a critical time to set a strong foundation in children. Therefore thoughtfully designed programs customised to your child’s need is essential as it can offer opportunities to develop their own capabilities. 

Parent’s should always look at their child’s education expense as an investment especially Preschool or Kindergarten School fees as it sets the foundation for their life.

Investing in your child’s future in the form of International Schools in Singapore will definitely be fruitful.

Rupali Kaerkar

Ms Karekar comes with over 20 years experience in content writing and content strategy in fields from journalism and content marketing. As head of international communications, she has been actively interacting with stakeholders like the student, teacher and parent community to ensure open channels of dialogue and passage of information between all parties. As a result, the school initiatives and stakeholder performances find the right platform and voice to share their achievements.

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