If you'd like to enrol your kid in this newly opened pre-school in Singapore, you would have to cough up a whopping SGD14,500 (RM45,541) for a single semester
According to a report in Channel NewsAsia, the SGD14,500 a semester fee is for a three-year-old, who would be attending the school five days a week.
The fee structure varies as per the age of the child and number of the days attending.
The pre-school, said to be the largest pre-school in the world for children aged 18 months to six years, is a collaboration between two international schools, the Australian International School (AIS) and the Stamford International School, The Business Times reported
Called the Early Learning Village, the pre-school is located next to the AIS campus in Lorong Chuan and its 50,000 sq ft shared campus is reportedly equivalent to the size of seven football fields
With more than 100 classrooms in five buildings, the pre-school has the capacity to take in 2,100 children. Some of the features include:
Open to all nationalities, the Early Learning Village currently has 80 Singaporean children enrolled. While a single semester will cost SGD 14,500, there are two semesters in a year at the pre-school.
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