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Looking For Infant Care In Singapore That You Can REALLY Trust?

Question for busy parents: What’s better than sending your child to one of Singapore’s leading preschools?

Answer: Starting your child there during his or her very first months – and resting assured that your precious babe will be truly nurtured by trained professionals in a space perfectly suited for those earliest stages of development.

Now, there’s no need to search or worry – the Early Learning Village opened its own Infant Care Program in April 2018, welcoming children aged 2 to 18 months. Offered by both the Australian International School (AIS) and Stamford American International School (SAIS), the program is set in a cosy Infant Care Pod.

And, the feedback from families already enrolled has been entirely positive. “He absolutely loves exploring the space and making new buddies,” share Rebecca and Pete of their son, Darcy. “His first week at Infant Care was also his first birthday, and we were so touched by the effort everyone made for him.”

Read on for more ways the Early Learning Village’s Infant Care Program aims to foster “Love, Respect and Care”.

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Australian International School
1 Lor Chuan, 556818
Tel: 6653 2958
Web: www.ais.edu.sg

Stamford American International School
3 Chuan Ln, 554350
Tel: 6653 7907
Web: www.sais.edu.sg

Stamford American School Singapore

 

From The Finder Kids Vol. 24, September 2018

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