4 things you need to know about the new Lorna Whiston preschool at the Sports Hub

By Lynn Wee   — January 01, 2017
  • 4 things you need to know about the new Lorna Whiston preschool
    1 / 4 4 things you need to know about the new Lorna Whiston preschool

    The Lorna Whiston preschool at Raintree Cove along East Coast Park has an exciting new home – it’s slated to open in March 2017 at the Singapore Sports Hub.

    Its 7,800 sq ft space covers both indoor and outdoor play area, and can accommodate up to 150 kids.

    (Click on arrows in photos to find out more) 

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  • Children can utilise the hub's playground
    2 / 4 Children can utilise the hub's playground

    Optimising its location, children can utilise the hub’s playground, as well as access selected aqua facilities on the second and third level for 10 to 15 minutes (for the younger kids), and up to 30 minutes (for the older kids) during curriculum time.

    Related: 6 things you need to know about the new Little Skool-House preschool at Downtown East 

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  • It will introduce Mini Master Classes
    3 / 4 It will introduce Mini Master Classes

    The preschool will introduce the Mini Master Classes as part of its full-day programme, where the little ones will be exposed to arts and crafts, speech and drama, reading and phonics, music and movement, as well as design and cookery.

    The school will see a well-stocked library with more than $60,000 worth of books, providing kids with easy accessibility to a wide range of books as part of its key focus to instil a love for reading.

    Related: 5 ways to teach your child to love reading

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  • Fee structure
    4 / 4 Fee structure

    The full-day programme for all levels costs $2,100 per month, and the half-day programme costs $1,785. Fees are before GST and government subsidies.

    Find out more www.lornawhiston.com

    Related: 8 things you need to know about the new Odyssey preschool at Still Road

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