We are an
enrichment hub for children (aged 5 and above), to help build self-confidence,
self-motivation and creative thinking amongst themselves.
We use a unique holistic development approach
which helps children pick up learning in an effective, yet non-pressurizing
Our founder, Miss Joyce Sim, had worked very
closely with MOE officers from the Pre-School Unit on the New Integrated
Curriculum with a Holistic Approach which has since been extended to the
Primary Schools. She has been doing in-dept studies and researches on the
Integrated Curriculum since 2002 and has designed several effective
and well-received courses to meet the needs of today’s children.
We were nominated by Statutory Boards for:
TOP 100 EXCELLENCE AWARD 2012
We aim to provide the highest quality education at
affordable fees to benefit the children and their families in general.
We will subsidise the course fees of children from
underprivileged families who are keen to improve themselves.
- To bring out the best in each child.
- To help children become active, spontaneous and gracious
learners who are mentally, socio-emotionally and physically healthy.
- To work closely with parents and encourage them to spend
personal, quality time with their children at home and to ensure that all
learning areas are taken care of.
PROFILE OF JOYCE SIM
- NIE-trained Early Childhood educator.
- Was the only educator recommended by MOE (Preschool Unit) to
work as an evaluator at PCF HQ to advise its kindergartens on the New
Integrated Curriculum. Had written a set of checklist and manual on the
Integrated Curriculum during the course of work.
- Had implemented a Bridging Programme (a collaborative
project with CDAC and Gan Eng Seng Primary School) for two years consecutively
(2004 and 2005) to help K2 children get ready for P1.
- Had conducted a workshop for CDAC to improve the skills of
their volunteer teachers on a Reading Programme (KidsRead).
- Had conducted LEAP (enrichment programme) at MacPherson
Primary School and GreenRidge Primary School.
- Had developed and conducted two well-received Family
Learning Workshops, one of which was subsidised by the collaborating primary
school’s Family Education Fund.
- Had piloted an activity-based After School Programme for P4
students through CDAC at GreenRidge Primary School in April 2006. Had received
positive feedback from its HOD, teachers, participating students and their
- Was involved in MOE’s ‘Pre-school Curriculum Materials
Development Project’ – Was the only professional outsourced by them to write
part of the K1 and K2 lesson plans based on the new curriculum guidelines. (The
lesson plans are currently being used by PCF kindergartens.)