We are Little FootprintsWe strive to groom our children to be creative thinkers, responsible citizens and loving people.
Here’s What We Do
LessonsWe make learning fun and engaging for your child
ReadinessWe prepare your child for the primary school challenges ahead
EnrichmentWe nurture your child’s interest to maximise his/her potential
CommunicationWe update you on your child’s learning progress regularly
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.
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), 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 26 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 Christina Kannmani|
...As a working and self-upgrading mother, I sent my child to Little Footprints with minimum follow-up on her education but the teachers and the principal were always understanding. I saw the results from my child compared to the other Primary 1 students from other pre-school centres. I was made proud of her behaviour. Her teacher had positive comments about her.
|Father of Shernice Lim|
...Thank you for doing such a wonderful job in nurturing my girl Shernice Lim Chu En, K2, from a shy crying child on the first day of school since N2 into a confident and outspoken girl now. Besides the fun, the teachers have taught her well in English, Maths and Chinese. I am surprised that she can read the words in the newspaper.