Infant Care

Our Infant Care Services

NTUC First Campus offers Infant Care programmes for infants from 2 months to 17 months old. Our Relationships-Based Curriculum fosters a sense of trust and security between the child and their educators, enabling effective learning experiences for these young children to maximise their holistic potential within this “golden window” of child development.

Infant Care


2 months to 17 months

*Infant care services are currently not offered at some of our child care centers.

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.


My First Skool
Little Skool-House


My First Skool
Full-day infant care: $1,235/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 infant care (POP Centres): Up to $1,290/mth^

Full-day infant care (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.


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 infant care is S$600 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.


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