Rose Joined Alphabet Playhouse in the Toddler class in September 2014. The teachers and principal were brilliant at helping her to settle in and were very caring. Rose adores going to school, she has lots of fun, enjoys singing and dancing and playing with her friends. She has learnt a lot and is now very good at Chinese. She absolutely loves her teachers (especially Miss Fe & Principal Sharon) and thoroughly enjoys going to school.
Thank You, Alphabet Playhouse,
As our oldest child graduates from Alphabet Playhouse this month Nov 2015, we are so happy when we think back to all the moments that have helped shape his learning and our family’s experience in Singapore. I flip thru the pictures of the past 5 years and they are filled with incredible memories that have Alphabet Playhouse at the center. From the Singapore National Day celebrations, to all the birthdays we celebrated at the school, to the tremendous year end concerts. The friendships that we created with the other parents as well as our children’s friendships with other students will be lifelong friendships.
None of this could have been possible if not for all the teachers who care very deeply for every student and of course the leadership and compassion of the school principal Miss Sharon Wan. They are all very kind, flexible and open about how our children are doing at school. We wanted a school that would allow us to be around and make the most of the precious pre-school time. We were very lucky to find Alphabet Playhouse which became a big part of our family.
As our oldest child graduates from Alphabet Playhouse this month, we will be very emotional that this important chapter in his life is coming to an end. But, we are excited in anticipation for the experiences to come and the learning that will shape and grow our other two children.
Thank you to everyone at Alphabet Playhouse,
Dear Miss Sharon,
I’m very grateful for everything to you. Kenichiro enjoyed the school so much. He has been talking about his teachers and friends every time, and looking forward to go to school every day. And I’m deeply impressed that he improved so much in many many kinds of things over the last year, making lots of friends, speaking and writing English and Chinese well although he had been able to speak only Japanese till then, enjoying dancing with others and so on. Now he looks so much more confident than before! And the concert was marvelous! You, teachers and children must be making extraordinary efforts.
Kenichiro and I feel sad that we’re going back to our home country. We’ll never forget the time with you.
Thank you very much, and please take care of yourself.
Kenichiro and Naoko