Why First Steps Preschool?
First Steps Preschool accepts only 2 new enrolments at any time and a teacher is attached to help new enrolled children settle in.
World Class Education
Based on the philosophy of world-renowned child therapist, Magda Gerber from RIE™ USA and the research of Hungarian paediatrician, Dr Emmi Pikler from Pikler-Lóczy.
Innovation Focused Preschool
Our young learners focus on knowledge discovery over rote-learning to develop the skills needed to become future leaders and innovators.
Integrating digital teaching tech and equipment into our curriculum, we Singapore's most forward-looking early years institution.
Infant Care / Childcare Subsidy
You will qualify for Basic Subsidy with First Steps Preschool if your child is a Singapore Citizen.
Basic Subsidy for Infant Care: $600
Basic Subsidy for Infant Care: $300
Note: Basic Subsidy amounts stated above are for full day programmes only. Amount will differ for other programme types.
In addition, families with monthly household incomes of $7,500* and below are now eligible for an Additional Subsidy, with lower income families receiving more.
*Income ceiling to be revised to $12,000 from 2020.
First Steps Preschool Nurturing the innovators of tomorrow
Started in 2014, First Steps Preschool is a leading Innovation-Focused school. It was conceptualized on the belief that children must be encouraged to discover new knowledge, rather than memorize information from books and school. Strongly influenced by the philosophy of world-renowned child therapist and infant specialist, Magda Gerber from RIE™ USA and the insightful research of Hungarian paediatrician Dr Emmi Pikler from Pikler-Lóczy, we prepare children to face future challenges and seize opportunities brought about by globalisation, modernisation and technological advancements.
Preparing Your Child For TomorrowLeading, Innovation-focused Curriculum
Taking a truly international approach to curriculum, we strive to become Singapore’s gold standard in Early Years Education and make quality education more accessible.