Nurturing children beyond just providing quality education to inculcate values and relevant life skills in their foundation years.
We believe in meeting the developmental needs of infants and their families through quality infant care services.
We believe in meeting the developmental needs of preschoolers and their families through quality childcare services.
We believe in meeting the developmental need of latchkey children and their families by providing quality student care service.
We believe in meeting the developmental needs of children with special needs and their families as well as providing opportunities for them to learn and interact with other children in a natural setting.
We believe in uniqueness of the child who will develop as a whole person in a warm, caring and stimulating environment which will provide a balanced programme filled with opportunities for hands-on-learning.
The Integrated Playgroup Programme is a toddler’s programme (18 months – 3 years) which offers opportunities for early socialization, hands-on learning and parent-child bonding.
Grace Orchard School caters to children who have been diagnosed with mild intellectual disability, as well as those with mild autism by providing special education and support services to maximize their learning potential.
The student care centre is a school-based after-school programme catering to children with disabilities, aged between 7 to 18 years old.
Learning Support & Development Support
PCS has been selected by MSF to run the Learning Support and Development Support programme in the last quarter of 2017. This programme requires screening of our pre-school children to detect learning needs, specifically in areas of literacy, language development, social skills and handwriting. With early detection, we can give a headstart to these children with focused intervention from our Learning Supporting Educators.
Bee-a-reader Literacy Programme
This programme aims to provide children from low income families to find the needed help in learning to read.