MindChamps PreSchool – consistently voted one of Singapore’s leading preschools – offers academic and enrichment programmes at playgroup, nursery and kindergarten levels for littlies from 18 months to six years.
Their award-winning bilingual curriculum – based on almost two decades of research – nurtures all aspect of the pre-schooler’s mind. They also take their staff training very seriously – they’re the only preschool whose teachers undergo up to 200 hours of compulsory training and accreditation, so you can be sure your kids are learning from dedicated and qualified professionals.
The demand for their preschool programmes is so high that they’ve opened six new centres already this year – Chinese PreSchool @ Tampines Central, Buona Vista, OneKM (relocated from East Coast Road), Buangkok, Punggol Northshore and MacPherson – with one more at Changi Airport Terminal three opening in the next few months. They’ll then have a total of 32 preschool centres and one Chinese preschool by the end of 2016.
All their centres are well maintained; designed with brightly coloured classrooms and child-friendly furniture to create a vibrant and welcoming learning environment – take a look at their new centres! (Book a tour here!)
What makes their particular style of learning so popular?
Cognitive research shows that young children learn better through experience and experimentation – their developing brains rely on their senses to grow and expand the neural networks required later for higher-level thinking.
MindChamps’ extensive research in neuroscience, education, psychology and theatre, coupled with Professor Allan Snyder’s breakthrough findings on the Champion Mindset – a passion for discovery and a desire to understand it – have shown that champions are those who, above all, make their own unique creative connections.
MindChamps PreSchool’s programmes use non-didactic instruction methods through experience, experiment and play to empower children in both creativity and structured thinking. Their programmes aim to help each child to create their own unique connections. (Read more about their unique approach here.)