Wish to equip your child with useful life skills? Our unique curriculum is filled with experiential learning and play so that your child can learn and explore in a fun, enriching and engaging environment.
Worry no more about excessive screen time. At Shaws, children enjoy sports and outdoor play daily. Sports coaches from Shaws Little League will help your child hone their athletic abilities. The sports that the children do include soccer, rugby, tennis, basketball, baseball, hockey, cricket, soccer, volleyball, golf and athletics.
Leave nurturing your children’s interest for Mandarin to us. Your child will be exposed to Mandarin from Pre Nursery through songs, stories and cultural learning experiences. In Nursery Two through to Kindergarten, the children will learn to read and write Mandarin through fun activities.
Looking for a preschool or playgroup in Singapore that will develop your child’s confidence and social skills? Then look no further. Children walk through our doors with timid and shy personalities but walk out self-assured.
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About Shaws Preschool
We are one of the first play based preschools in Singapore. For the past 30 years, our child care centres and kindergartens have offered premium early childhood education that observes SPARK guidelines and is premised on learning through play and adventure. Together with our ECDA certified teachers, our preschools in Singapore will help your child’s development by:
✔ Empowering them to research any topic that interests them
✔ Imbuing them with essential life skills such as self-confidence, resilience, speech coherence and respect for others
✔ Instilling a passion for learning
✔ Preparing them for later stages of schooling and life
Our Serangoon Campuses
Shaws @ Braddell Heights is located in a cosy little cottage within the tranquil Braddell Heights residential estate. Established in 1990, we have served over 800 families in the neighbourhood. Together with a team of 16 teachers, our campus is headed by Principal, Julie Conceicao.
This is our newest school, established in 2017. It is located close to the evocative Serangoon Gardens Village—a beloved neighbourhood blending heritage with modernity. Conveniently situated along the main road, ie Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, this school and its team of 13 teachers is led by our Principal, Deborah Shaw.
Our East Coast Campuses
Located in a beautiful heritage building, which also houses the Katong Post Office, Shaws @ Katong Post is next door to the Canadian International School. Don’t be deceived – there is a playground hidden behind this enchanting little building. Together with the team of 17 teachers, our campus is headed by Principal, Geraldine Merican Choo.
Shaws @ Tanjong Katong is within the Crescent Road residential estate along Boscombe Road. Established in 2009, this childcare centre is located in a serene and tranquil setting, surrounded by private homes. Together with a team of 14 teachers, our campus is headed by our Principal, Salmi Razali.
Our main campus, Shaws @ Mountbatten, was the first campus to open way back in 1989. This campus alone has served over 1200 families over the last 30 years. We proudly now have second generation of Shaws children enrolled at this campus! This campus, along with the 25 teachers, is headed by Principal, Yvonne Lim.
Back by popular demand, the ShawsTalks Series is back in September. Join Imeelia Ismail-Tan (Curriculum Director) and Serina Teo (Curriculum Specialist) for the following webinars. Sign-up from 21 August, or register your interest with us at firstname.lastname@example.org The...
Why we should read to our children. It is important to build a love for reading from young. That is why when parents ask what they can do at home, we always say “Read!”. Serina Teo, our Curriculum Specialist shares 6 reasons why we should read to children...
As parents, we want to prepare our children not just for school, but for life. And this includes being independent, with self help skills. Children are born with a strong urge to be self-reliant. Do you recall your baby pulling at anything around him to stand...
Did you know that the average age for children to go to the toilet by themselves is 27 months. So Mums and Dads, there is no rush! There is no magic moment to start potty training. Do what is right for your child, and what’s practical for your family. ...
"What did you do at school today?", I ask my child. "PLAY!" If you feel that all your child does in school is play, that's actually a good thing! When it comes to children’s play, there’s more than meet the eye (of us adults). Play is fun. Play...