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Welcome to Little Footprints Preschool

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Why Little Footprints?

Little Footprints Preschool’s comprehensive curriculum focuses on all aspects of learning. We cultivate a love for learning and nurture every child into a confident communicator, problem solver and an independent thinker.  Our passionate educators inspire them on a journey of discovery in both our English and Chinese curriculum by stimulating each child’s imagination and capturing magical moments of learning. To enhance our children’s holistic development, we collaborate with a variety of community organisations and actively involve all parents in our activities.

Little Footprints Preschool is undergoing Singapore Pre-School Accreditation Framework (SPARK) Certification conferred by the Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA). At present, our schools at Ang Mo Kio, Punggol, Sims, St. Anne’s (Sengkang), Teban Gardens, Thomson, Ubi, Yishun 701A, Yishun 366, Yishun 388, and Woodlands 551 are recipients of the SPARK award. The award recognises preschools that provide and maintain quality in teaching and learning, administration and management processes to enhance the holistic development and well-being of young children.

Nurture Education Group is part of the 23 Child Care Operators appointed as Partner Operator under the new scheme. The Partner Operator (POP) scheme allow operators to move forward in keeping fees affordable, ensuring quality and improving the development and career progression opportunities of child care professionals.


Here’s what the parents are saying

Mother of Janelle Chen, K2

...I enrolled my daughter when she turned 20 months and I've seen a tremendous change in my girl! Janelle loves going to school, and for me to go to work worry-free says a lot about the teachers. Thank you teachers for taking good care of my daughter.

Mother of Ong Ern Xin, K2

...Principal Cynthia was a teacher when I first knew her. I began to notice this wonderful person when my child corrected the words I used to use at home. I was told to use "mad" instead of "angry" and "upset" instead of "scold". The language that she uses is always positive and encouraging. Thankfully this has also translated to other Teachers in the centre too.

Mother of Aizen Theah, PN

...Within a span of just three months, my son Aizen has learnt to express himself much more than he did before! We've also seen improvements in his behaviour after he started attending school at Little Footprints. Thank you Little Footprints @ Ubi for your tender loving care - it takes a big heart to shape little minds.