It’s not compulsory to enrol your child in a preschool, but most parents do.
Child care, kindergartens, and selected operators that receive government funding to keep their fees affordable.
Learn about types of preschool available for children between 2 months and 7 years old.
View 8 infographics that bring together all the key information for parents.
AOP preschools have a fee cap of of $720 for full-day child care and $1,275 for full-day infant care.
Subsidies, financial assistance, and other support to give your child a good start in life.
Higher subsidies for parents who are working, and additional subsidies for those in lower-income families.
For lower-income families with children in MOE kindergartens or preschool anchor operators.
Free programme that supports a child’s growth, for lower-income families with children up to 6 years old.
If your child is not meeting developmental milestones, these subsidised programmes can help.
For K1 or K2 students with mild developmental or learning needs.
For children under 6 who are at risk of developmental, intellectual, sensory or physical disabilities.
Subsidies for parents whose child has been referred to EIPIC, but choose to enrol in selected private intervention centres.