My First Skool

YMCA CHILDCARE LATEST OPERATOR TO INCREASE SCHOOL FEES AFTER PCF & MYFIRSTSKOOL

I like to inform you besides PCF and NTUC's My First Skool, other childcare centre are also increasing childcare school fees. My son goes to YMCA childcare and look what I received on 25 September? YMCA follow in PCF and MyFirstSkool footsteps to up the school fees. All cite the same usual excuses for the increase.

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MY FIRST SKOOL MADE $9.5 MILLION PROFITS IN 2014, LATEST HIKE IN SCHOOL FEES JUSTIFIED?

According to the 2014 annual report (31.12.2014) of NTUC first campus which operates My First Skool – the surplus for the group after contributions to the Central Co-operative Fund (CCF) and the Singapore Labour Foundation (SLF) and taxation, was $9.5 million. For 2013, the surplus was $6.5 million. This is an increase of 46 per cent over the year ($9.5 divided by $6.5 million). In view of the above, is the increase in fees justified?

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NTUC'S MY FIRST SKOOL CHILDCARE RAISES SCHOOL FEES FOR THIRD YEAR RUNNING

Singapore's largest childcare operator, NTUC’s My First Skool has raised its school fees making this the third fees increase in 3 years. My First Skool insists that annual fee increases are important to improve the quality of their childcare programmes and due to rising operating costs.

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NETIZENS HELPS USELESS POLICE IDENTIFY SUSPECT IN STOLEN STROLLER CASE

This is regarding your article about a lady who stole a baby stroller from My First Skool at Boon Lay Community Centre. After your call for information went up, numerous netizens come together to provide further information on the suspect. This is after the Singapore Police Force said the rate of catching this lady is very low despite the availability of CCTV footage.

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NTUC'S MY FIRST SKOOL CHILDCARE RAISES FEES FOR SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR

For the second consecutive year, pre-school anchor operator My First Skool will be raising fees for its 111 centres. Responding to queries, a My First Skool spokesperson said from Jan 1, the average monthly fee increment for both childcare and infant care would be S$32. Parents were informed of the increase through a letter dated on Monday, which has been circulating online. The letter said the increments for childcare and infant care are capped at S$33.71 and S$32.10, respectively. However, this varies according to household income and across centres. Last year, the maximum increments for childcare and infant care were capped at S$32.10 and $39.60, respectively.

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