Dear A.S.S. Editor

My son is being enrolled at Small Wonder (Blk 327B Anchorvale Road #01-322 Singapore 542327). Recently I received a letter from the school regarding their excursion on 8th March 2017 to KidsSTOP.

In the letter I quote:

“I, (parent/guardian) NRIC of (Child’s Name) from (class), hereby give my consent to Small [email protected] to allow my child to participate in the excursion to KidsSTOP on 8 March 2017. I shall not hold the centre responsible for any accident that may occur during the outing……..


I have attached the letter in the mail and I would like to ask your advice on whether the school has such a right to make this statement, which shows that they are irresponsible and do not have a sense of duty in caring for their students. Is this a violation of the Child Care Act? I would like to ask if you think it is correct for ChildCare Center to relieve all their responsibilities in taking care of our kids while on excursion.

Concerned Parent

A.S.S. Contributor

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