Childcare

Our Childcare Services

NTUC First Campus offers childcare programmes for children from 18 months to 6 years old. Our relationships-based and literacy-based curriculums equip your child with essential skills, establishing a strong foundation so that your child builds the confidence and skills they need to succeed academically and socially in primary school.

Playgroup

Nursery

Kindergarten

PG

N1 to N2

K1 to K2

Age

18 months to 2 years old

3 years old to 4 years old

5 years old to 6 years old

Operating Hours

Generally, our Infant Care and Childcare Centres operate from Mondays to Fridays, from 7 am to 7 pm, and on Saturdays from 7 am to 2 pm.

Note: For further information regarding the operating hours of your preferred centre, kindly refer to the respective centre’s page for more details.

Brands

My First Skool
Little Skool-House

Fees

My First Skool
Full-day childcare: $680/mth*

* Before subsidy for children who are Singaporean and before GST. It is based on ECDA’s Anchor Operators Scheme (AOP) fee cap (My First Skool is an Anchor Operator funded by the Early Childhood Development Agency).

Note: All fees are subject to revision. Additional charges for registration, uniforms, and insurance may be applicable.

Little Skool-House
Full-day childcare (POP Centres): Up to $720/mth^

Full-day childcare (non-POP Centres): For specific fees, please contact Little Skool-House directly.

^ Before subsidy for children who are Singaporean and before GST. It is based on ECDA’s Partner Operators (POP) Scheme fee cap.

Subsidies

All parents with Singapore Citizen children enrolled in childcare centres licensed by ECDA are eligible for a basic subsidy. For working applicants, the basic subsidy for full-day childcare is S$300 per month. For non-working applicants, the basic subsidy is S$150 per month. Additional subsidies are also available with means testing specifically for working mothers.

For more information about preschool and childcare subsidies, kindly refer to this link.

Learn about our preschool’s childcare curriculum

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NTUC First Campus Birth-to-Three Curriculum sets new quality benchmark

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Featured ARTICLE

Children’s Well-Being: A report of a Three-year Follow Through Study in Singapore

Written by Emeritus Prof Marjory Ebbeck, Dr Minushree Sharma, and Dr Sheela Warrier, this is a report presented at PECERA 2022 that investigated the outcomes of a relationships-based curriculum introduced in 20 childcare centres in Singapore. The results indicate that the curriculum had benefited children’s well-being over the three years of the study’s duration.

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How Children Grow and Learn: Early Experience Matters

Written by Emeritus Professor Marjory Ebbeck, this expert article delineates the neuroscience behind children’s growth and learning, and how early experiences foster their early development. This article also recommends that parents and educators provide secure attachments and safe environments for young children to self-discover. In doing so, children have the opportunity to explore, learn and…

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A Pilot Study of Singapore’s Young Chinese Parent’s Perceptions, Attitude and Behaviours Towards Bilingual Learning

Written by Assistant Professor Aw Guat Poh, Dr Connie Lum, Peng Xuan-hui, Chen Yuan and Tong Qi-ying, this paper describes and examines parents’ attitude, perceptions and behaviours towards bilingual education in Singapore. Through the findings, this paper offers insights on the impacts of the “English knowing bilingualism” policies on parents’ linguistic choices and behaviours. It…