Inclusive School for
Children of All Abilities.
Started in 2016, Kindle Garden is a SPARK-accredited preschool. Kindle Garden seeks to provide a non-discriminatory curriculum for both typically-developing children and children with additional needs, encouraging them to embrace diversity and develop mutual respect and understanding at an early age.
Kindle Garden in Numbers
Our approach is based on
All of our practices are established with our own experiences to offer children the absolute best in their school life at Kindle Garden. Tap to view details.
We provide individualised care and dedicated guidance without compromising on the quality of education through small groups
We leverage on a unique team of professionals and therapists to work closely with parents throughout each child’s journey in Kindle Garden.
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Kindle Garden has been carefully curated to allow our children to benefit from the environment.
Toddlers Program (18–36 months)
Kindergarteners Program (4-6 years)
I chose Kindle Garden for my son, because we wanted him to learn to live in an environment which appreciates diversity from a young age. Through the work of the teachers and trained specialists, I am reassured that my son’s growth and development are also well taken care of, according to his needs.
Meng Xian’s Mummy
All my three boys attend Kindle Garden, and I’m happy to see them truly enjoying themselves everyday! While one of my boys experiences challenges in communication, I’m glad that the teachers at Kindle Garden have helped other children learn how to better understand and interact with him.
Cadel, Cruz & Caius’ Mummy
My son has been with Kindle Garden since 2017, and it was a bittersweet moment to watch him graduate three years later. While I am happy to see him develop and grow over the years, I believe we will all miss the Kindle Garden enviroment from here on, because the team has been fantastic. Their love, kindness, and patience really helped us through many situations and experiences. The other children are great too. They have been nurtured to treat all their friends as equals, they’re always willing to help, and they have much empathy. Seeing them in action at Kindle Garden gives me hope that our larger society can be inclusive in future, and it has taught me that we can all start by being kinder to one another.
Tze Heng’s Mummy
The children here are so compassionate, and they don’t look at anyone differently! In the ands of the Kindle Garden team, I know that they will be well-prepared for primary school and life ahead.
Abeni & Alina’s Mummy