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cmahabir
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Looking for a good playschool in the East

Postby cmahabir » Tue, 11 Jan 2011 1:10 pm

Does anyone know of any good playschool for the east? My son is 2 years old. Am also interested in accompanied programs if any, thanks!

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Playschool in the east

Postby lovingasia » Thu, 13 Jan 2011 8:43 pm

Hi C

I stumbled upon a playschool at Mountbatten Centre last week while my hubby and I were looking for a cafe near there.
It's called Playdays and a couple of my friends in the west/central area send their kids to the other Playdays in the west - they all seem to love and rave about it!

My boy is older but I told my sis with a 19 month old girl to check the school out, she went for a preview and I tagged along.. We were impressed with their teachers (warm, friendly but not over bearing!!) and classes are spacious, bright, thought it was creatively done up! check them out, my sis is enrolling her lil one for accompanied program there!

I'm sure they have a website.... Good luck with your hunt!

P/s: there's a chic cafe next to it too![/quote]

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Playschool in the east

Postby lovingasia » Thu, 13 Jan 2011 8:45 pm

Hi C

I stumbled upon a playschool at Mountbatten Centre last week while my hubby and I were looking for a cafe near there.
It's called Playdays and a couple of my friends in the west/central area send their kids to the other Playdays in the west - they all seem to love and rave about it!

My boy is older but I told my sis with a 19 month old girl to check the school out, she went for a preview and I tagged along.. We were impressed with their teachers (warm, friendly but not over bearing!!) and classes are spacious, bright, thought it was creatively done up! check them out, my sis is enrolling her lil one for accompanied program there!

I'm sure they have a website.... Good luck with your hunt!

P/s: there's a chic cafe next to it too![/quote]

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twice!

Postby lovingasia » Thu, 13 Jan 2011 8:52 pm

Sorry! still new to the whole forum thing, posted my reply twice!!
off to wine & dine for good restaurants! :-)

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Thank you!

Postby cmahabir » Tue, 18 Jan 2011 10:56 am

Hi there,

Thank you so much for the reccomendation, we visited a few schools, Brighton, Odssey, Rosemount and love Playdays the best. The Class is small and the teachers are so spontaneous and lively, it was even fun for me. My boy loves it and kept asking if we are going back again.
The classrooms are bright and clean which to me was really important.

Thanks again!


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