Nursery 1

The School Day

The children’s daily routines include a good mix of structured programmes, play-time and rest, as well as time for independent exploration and learning.

Ms Lynda Yeo

Although Teacher Jessie has only spent only 2 weeks with Moses, we noticed that she is very attentive to his needs. Her little notes of encouragement for Moses really touched our hearts.

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Parent from Learning Vision @ Tan Tock Seng Hospital

Mdm Weiren & Dr Shen

It is almost a year since Daniel enrolled in Learning Vision. We are impressed by his progress. Daniel has acquired valuable social skills such as how to communicate with others - his classmates and friends, how to control his emotions, is now more independent and cooperative. He is performing well in school and we totally agree to the assessments and observations made by the teachers. We thank Learning Vision for providing such nurturing environment for our kids.

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Parents from Learning Vision @ Nanyang Technological University

Mdm Lim

I am impressed by the overall setting and design of Learning Vision centres, which I find provide a nurturing environment for children to learn and interact with one another.

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Parent from Learning Vision @ The Grassroots’ Club


Early Years Curriculum

The Early Years programme is a holistic, child-centred and exploratory curriculum that focuses on developing children’s communication and language skills, creative expressions, physical abilities and well-being, and personal and social development. In the Early Years, our curriculum centres on learning experiences which provide emergent, play situations where children make sense of things and people around them, investigate the world, form relationships and interactions. 

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