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Good school for 4 yr old

Post by malikhan » Mon, 13 Apr 2009 12:58 am

I am moving to Singapore in May. I am looking for a good private school. Can you suggest any good school and its approximate tutition fee?


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My 2 cents

Post by dbooth » Wed, 22 Apr 2009 8:31 pm

If your little one is of kindergarten age, then I highly recommend Rosemount Kindergarten. It’s a wonderful little school on the East Coast.
Of course there are plenty of schools to choose from, all with their own list of pros and cons, depending on what you have your heart set on.
In terms of tuition fees for Rosemount, it will depend on now many days a week your child attends a week. Our little one has been going fulltime for a while now so I'm not sure what the other rates are off the top of my head.
Here's the link to their site if you want to have a closer look
Happy trails :D

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New School

Post by dbenne22 » Wed, 13 May 2009 9:21 am

May I suggest One World International School on the East Coast - brand new with around 20 students so far, the principal is the ex-principal of the Australian School so well experienced, great facilities and competitive prices.

Our son starts next week !

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Stamford American International School

Post by agorski » Sun, 17 May 2009 6:26 pm

Hi there, I've heard good things about Stamford American School. Our friends are sending their three kids there in the fall. Good location and teachers. Good luck with your search!

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Post by mules » Sun, 17 May 2009 10:28 pm

it all depends on where you will live, as with a 4 year you don't want to be travelling too far. most schools advertise the fees on their website.

we have children at one world international on the east coast. highly recommend it if you live on the east coast. they currently have about 70 students in primary, as they are a new school which only opened august last year. fees are higher than chatsworth, but more reasonable than some at the top end.

good luck with your search.

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