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odette-chloe

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Pre-school in Las Pinas
« on: July 06, 2012, 11:49:26 pm »

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hi can you recommend po any play school or pre school in Las Pinas... My daughter is 2 yrs & 6 months and I want to enroll her on toddler class... Please give me suggestions po....  ;D

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Re: Pre-school in Las Pinas
« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2012, 04:41:37 pm »

Try mo sis Gymboree...
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Re: Pre-school in Las Pinas
« Reply #2 on: August 21, 2012, 03:53:48 pm »

hi can you recommend po any play school or pre school in Las Pinas... My daughter is 2 yrs & 6 months and I want to enroll her on toddler class... Please give me suggestions po....  ;D

Hello mommy odette! You can check out Southville International School and Colleges. (www.southville.edu.ph) The preschool offers free trial class for 3 days. Let me know po if you are interested so I can assist you. Apart from Southville, check also Ken Care in BF Resort you can look for T. Tess Tayoto.

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Re: Pre-school in Las Pinas
« Reply #3 on: September 29, 2012, 06:15:33 pm »

SouthVille is definitely a good school and dream school for a lot of moms.
However, if you cannot afford its rate , I suggest you look for a compact preschool that has a LOW MONTHLY RATE but gives quality teaching,
Inside BF Resort are several schools to choose from. One of which is Learners Avenue that I think changed their name to Mary of Peace School - A learners Avenue. As I have seen each morning, the kids are so cute and seem to be very smart. ( I pass by Abel Nosce every working morning and get stuck in traffic because of Seaton which is also a great school) Since I have a 2 year old child I called up learners to ask about their fees and curriculum and even had the chance to be accommodated and was allowed to sit in for 2 days regardless if I will enroll or not.. I had a small talk with one of the owners who was so gracious and the teachers who were very warm and nice. They have a cooking class and activity class every Fridays plus from what I have observed , The school has a feel of a HOME and on my second day I felt like "it is the best place for my child" what with the very low rate and their eclectic plus plus mixed method of teaching this little school is a good stepping stone once my little boy is of age for a big school. The owner however since I was having second thoughts, I told them that I would just enroll next year but would like to have my baby attend the toddlers class that I think they have yet to open in the afternoon.. I decided to reserve a slot for next June 2013( yes I am excited) and paid 3,250pesos to make sure that there will be a slot for us. Though they said that 2k is fine ...I get to attend the summer program for free to be able to prepare my hyper boy for June 2013. I have also seen how they handle hyper kids and kids who hurt other kids. I am really impressed. Though I know there are little complaints; for as long as their interest is centered on my baby's needs and safety. I really couldn't care less about petty things.Thank God for compassionate school owners and reliable caring teachers, Looking forward to March for a free summer,,Oh by the way, I attend their Friday sessions and charged for that day only. My boy enjoys it so much.:) KUDOS.
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Re: Pre-school in Las Pinas
« Reply #4 on: December 12, 2012, 04:39:54 pm »

Southville won a gold in an Int'l math competition.
• Gen Mark Tanno (Southville International School)

http://www.smartparenting.com.ph/community/news/young-pinoy-whizzes-ace-international-math-competition
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Nursery Schools in Las Piñas
« Reply #5 on: May 13, 2014, 10:11:07 pm »

Mommies, pahelp naman po. I am going to enroll my 3yr old daughter na po this june. Saan po ba ok ang school dito sa loob ng BF Resort? TIA!
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Re: Nursery Schools in Las Piñas
« Reply #6 on: August 04, 2014, 03:52:35 pm »

Hi mommy, i just read your post here now. My daughter is currently enrolled at A-Plus International School in Alabang.

You might want to check the details din po, share ko lang. They have good programs din for toddlers and kids.

http://www.aplus-is.com/
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Preschools in Qc
« Reply #7 on: August 15, 2014, 06:20:33 am »

Hi im new here and looking for a preschool in the timog-morato area. Ive seen a few schools but havent  decided. Any suggestions?
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Re: Pre-school in Las Pinas
« Reply #8 on: January 06, 2015, 12:53:13 pm »

Other interesting good schools in Las Pinas? Have you heard of :

The Village Playgroup, Wishbone Kiddie Camp? I went to visit both schools and talked to their admins. Both looks good, mgkalayo lang the tuition fee. Maybe mommies out there can help me decide?

For Kencare, any specific reviews/feedback on these schools?

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Re: Pre-school in Las Pinas
« Reply #9 on: January 24, 2015, 04:55:11 am »

Hi! My little E is 2y5m & I'm thinking of taking him to a progressive school. My husband & I are both alumnus/alumna of Elizabeth Seton School & we initially wanted our little one to study there. However, the school system may (or not) have changed since we graduated GS/HS & being the traditional school that it is, we have a fear of our son getting too tired (or bored) for school.

Cambridge (Las Pinas) just opened last December 2014 but just like the one in Alabang, it's very costly. We saw Bright Discovery Toddler Learning Services (also in BF Resort Village) since it has the same facilities to that of Cambridge, less the high cost (plus it's near our place lang)! Then we can just transfer schools when he's ready for Elementary to ESS. We will be going to Bright next week so hopefully, my son can be excited as we are.

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Re: Pre-school in Las Pinas
« Reply #10 on: January 26, 2015, 10:58:54 pm »

Visited 2 preschools today:

1. Cambridge Child Development Center (Abel Nosce St, BF Resort Village, Las Pinas City)

I love the atmosphere, with a 2 : 6-8 teacher or teacher aide/student ratio, natutukan ang bata maigi. They don't just play but learn as well since they incorporate a progressive method of learning. It's very costly at P76000 (for a full SY) for Toddlers (since my son is 2y5m as of writing) but this includes the following:

-1 set of uniform (regular & PE)
-snacks
-school bag
-insurance
-germ-proofing technology
-school materials

They have 3x free trial classes + assessment day on the 4th day. My son will have his trial classes this entire week. The entire center is fully airconditioned & what I appreciate the most is that since these kids are in their toddler stage, the center has lavatories/washrooms that are appropriate to their height. The level is tama lang for the kids, which are separated for the adults, especially for those who are being potty-trained. Teachers are very accommodating & they just don't let the children play on their own but they actually based it on the child's interest. They have financing scheme too (annual, semi-annual, quarterly & monthly). Since my son will just attend the last 2 months of the SY, we can just pay on a monthly basis for February & March at P8500 per month. There are 2 security guards outside the facility too.

2. Bright Discovery Toddler Learning Services (J.B. Tan, BF Resort Village, Las Pinas City)

This has a homey feel for a toddler center. Compared to CCDC, the place is smaller & the playground is outside the building. With the same teacher/student ratio, the children also do get a hang of being taught at the same time, play. They are also a progressive toddler center that offers holistic learning programs for children. I must say my son super enjoyed playing with the teachers there, as in pinagpiwasan anak ko, siguro nga kasi nasa labas yung playground. If it rains, no more option to play & use the facilities outside. With a very affordable rate of P4300 per month on a 3x frequency for Junior Toddlers, it includes the following:

-tuition fee
-school materials
-1x free trial class

Their Learn N' Play approach provides a balanced learning environment through the following activities: educational play, reading, circle time, art, sensory and music. My son will have his trial class next week then an assessment immediately after. The center only has 1 lavatory/washroom per toddler room. They only have 2 rooms: one for Junior Toddler, one for Senior Toddler. The teachers were very nice to my son, very playful & enthusiastically tried to understand my son's words.

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To be honest, my husband & I are torn between the 2. Even if we are alumni of Elizabeth Seton School (ESS),  we didn't want the traditional method of school at this time, for our son.  The judging factor is how our son will respond to the trial classes. Hopefully, the information above may help other mommies decide if & when they choose these centers too.

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Re: Pre-school in Las Pinas
« Reply #11 on: November 17, 2015, 08:25:17 am »

Try Mary of Peace School ( learner's avenue) inside BF Resort in Las Pinas/ I am currently sitting in for my kids and can say that so far, their personalized approach works best. Time is not as long as other schools but lessons in grade school especially in Preschool is well-integrated.
 This school can be visited along Abel Nosce right infront of abandoned STI building in bf resort village.
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« Reply #12 on: April 05, 2016, 03:47:36 pm »

I Have an incoming grade 1 student and incoming grade 9 need to know and find an affordable private christian school... or public school???
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Re: Pre-school in Las Pinas
« Reply #13 on: April 21, 2016, 01:11:54 pm »

Hi any feedback on wishbone kiddie camp? Any parents here whose kids are studying there? Thanks!
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