For the last 30 years, Learning Vision has been empowering kids to think critically and creatively. That’s why it’s a top choice for working parents who want quality preschool education for their children.
When choosing a childcare centre for your kids, what’s the key consideration? If you’re a full-time working parent, a convenient location is critical.
The easier the centre is to get to from work, the better. If your little ones’ school is near your office, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that you’re just minutes away. That means you’re more productive at work, and you can see your kids during breaks.
Promoting quality bonding
With this in mind, Learning Vision has been building centres in government agencies, higher learning institutes and private corporations in Singapore for 30 years.
In fact, it’s the nation’s largest employer-sponsored preschool. Today, you’ll find branches in major workplace locations, including Biopolis Way, Nanyang Polytechnic, Sengkang General Hospital, Raffles Place, Changi Business Park, KK Women’s & Children’s Hospital and International Business Park.
Part of the award-winning Busy Bees group, Learning Vision provides high-quality early childhood education for kids aged two months to six years old. Today, it takes care of about 2,500 children annually.
The preschool strongly believes that it’s not enough for parents just to be near their children. That’s why it encourages active parent participation in kids’ lessons, projects and excursions. Being involved in your child’s learning journey gives you opportunities for meaningful bonding experiences, as well.
Committed to lifelong learning
Over the decades, Learning Vision has also given kids the opportunity to apply critical and creative thinking to real-world situations.
For example, it recently launched the first Junior Reporter programme for preschoolers in Singapore. Designed for five- to six-year-olds, the programme sees children conduct interviews in Mandarin, with help from a conversational partner.
This programme builds your kids’ social skills and allows them to practise speaking with confidence – skills that will no doubt come in handy when they are in primary school, and beyond.
As a leader in the early childhood education industry in Singapore, it’s no surprise that Learning Vision has accumulated several notable “firsts” in its 30-year history:
- It established the first-ever workplace centre in 1996 and set up the first-ever infant-care centre at KKH in 1997.
- It launched the first Apprenticeship Programme in 1999 – this is a place-and-learn programme, where the teachers get to study at Learning Vision’s college (Asian International College) and learn on the job.
- It was the first childcare centre to win the People Developer Standard Award.
Among its other accomplishments are these accolades:
- Ninety per cent of Learning Vision’s centres have the maximum 24-month operating licenses awarded by Early Childhood Development Agency. The longer the tenure, the better.
- Ninety per cent of its centres have also attained the Singapore Preschool Accreditation Framework, a rigorous Ministry of Education initiative for quality measures in preschools.
- This year, the group attained Early Years Operator of the Year, awarded at EducationInvestor Asia Awards 2019.
And of course, it has won numerous awards along the way, including the Singapore OK for Preschool, Singapore Promising Brand Award, Singapore Quality Class Award, ECDA Innovation Award, Mother & Baby Favourite Childcare Service Award, Asia Pacific Brands Award, and the ECDA Award for Excellence in Early Childcare Development.
With so much to offer, it’s no wonder that Learning Vision has become the trusted preschool for many working parents.
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