Kindergarten Fee Structure

Kindergarten Fee Structure

 Kindergarten fee in Singapore

In Singapore, there is no standard fee structure for kindergartens. Each kindergarten will charge parents differently; even for kindergartens under the same name such PCF kindergartens, monthly fee will vary from branch to branch. In this article, we try to show readers a typical fee structure of kindergartens in Singapore.

Please be informed that you can use your child's Child Development Account to pay for your child's school fee.

1. Monthly Fee

Nursery: Lowest monthly fee is $48 at some PCF kindergartens. Highest monthly fee is $1800; median monthly fee is $180, and average monthly fee is $232.

PCF Kindergartens charge a monthly fee that range from $48 to $210.

Kindergarten 1: Lowest monthly fee is $74.9 at some PCF kindergartens. Highest monthly fee is $1800; median monthly fee is at $180 and average monthly fee is at $249. PCF Kindergartens' monthly fee ranges from $74.9 to $350.

PCF Kindergartens charge a monthly fee that can range from $74.9 to $350.

Kindergarten 2: Lowest monthly fee is $74.9 at some PCF kindergartens. Highest monthly fee is $1800; median monthly fee is $180 and average monthly fee is $250.

PCF Kindergartens charge a monthly fee that can range from $74.9 to $350.

Note: PCF Kindergartens have a different monthly fee for Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents and Foreigners. For example, in one PCF kindergarten in the north, monthly fee for Kindergarten 1 and 2 for Singapore Citizens is $160, permanent residents need to pay $172 and foreigner $220.

2. Registration Fee

Almost all kindergarten will charge a registration fee which may range from $15 to more than $60.

3. Uniform Fee

All kindergartens will also require students to pay for the school uniforms.

One set of uniform may cost $15 per set at some PCF kindergarten. Other kindergartens usually charge higher.

PE attire is also needed and it is usually cheaper. It is about $10 at some PCF kindergartens.

4. Material or Book Fees

Students are also required to pay for the study material such as reading books, workbooks or other study materials that are used in the kindergarten.

5. Miscellaneous fee

Miscellaneous fee may cover insurance or stationery used during the lessons. It is usually collected two times in a year.

At some PCF kindergarten, this amount may be at about $70. Exact amount will vary from kindergarten to kindergarten.

6. Deposit

Kindergarten operators may ask you to pay a deposit when you enroll your child into the kindergarten. Amount may vary from kindergarten to kindergarten.

7. Enrichment Program

Some kindergartens offer enrichment programs which parents need to pay in order for their children to join these optional programs.

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