Yes, we encourage all parents to play an active part in their child’s education. Some of our parents can pass on a skill to the children (cooking) or in a form of learning (reading a story) or a craft session (painting) during their preschool day. All our principals are eager to work with parents to construct ways to interact with the children.
Yes we do, we also stage an annual United Nations Day for the entire White Lodge community to attend.
Yes, we also offer mandarin.
The waiting lists are different for each centre. For an exact answer on a particular location please contact the locations directly.
Based on how long each of the centres have been operating, some more established than others, we can usually cater to from 10 to 100 children per centre.
In 2011, we had 515 children enrolled in all of our centres, both in Singapore and Vietnam.
No we do not offer a sibling discount on term fees but we do offer a discount on our enrolment fees. The sibling discounts for enrolment fees are offered based on an incremental approach to the number of siblings that are enrolled with us. This has proven to be very popular with our parents as we see returning parents with their second, third or fourth child in our schools.
White Lodge ratios are maximum 1 teacher to every 6 children. The cap on class size for any age group is 24. This is dependent upon the size of the classroom. Activities are conducted in ratios of 1:6.
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In 2011, the children represented over 25 nationalities.
More than 90% of our teachers and staff are Singaporean and the rest expatriates teachers.
White Lodge has been established since 1999, a decade of this practical experience combined with them cultivating a clear curriculum and delivering a programme specific to each and every age group makes them leaders in early childhood education. They are passionate about providing an efficient and economical learning experience for parents.