The Little Skool-House At-Downtown-East
Preschool (18 months to 6 years) - Full Day, Half Day, (Tods & N1 classes only)
Infant Care (2 months to 17 months) - Full Day
Felicia started her journey at The Little Skool-House as a Trainee Teacher in 2006. Prior to that, she volunteered with a local organisation, helping children at-risk. Over the years, she has gained experience in facilitating children’s learning as well as overseeing centres of various sizes. She also conducts training for the novice and in-service teachers with a local training institution.
An enthusiastic practitioner, Felicia firmly believes that every moment for the pre-schooler counts. She stands by her favourite quote from Dr Seuss, “Why fit in when you are born to stand out?” believing that every child blooms into his or her potential in their own unique way. That’s why she is constantly crafting opportunities with teachers and parents to provide experiential learning for her children.
Felicia holds a Master of Science in Early Childhood Education from Wheelock College and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Statistics from the National University of Singapore.
FELICIA YANM.SC. in ECE
“Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.” It was this quote by Helen Keller that inspired Daphne to teach, and has been at the heart of her teaching approach ever since. Fostering a collaborative and nurturing learning environment, Daphne believes that when parents and teachers work hand in hand, children naturally flourish.
With nine years spent in early childhood care and education, of which eight have been at The Little Skool-House, Daphne has always worked with the community and families to provide a hands-on and dynamic learning experience in her classroom.
Daphne holds a BSc in Early Childhood Education and is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education with Boston University.
B.Sc. in ECE
1 Pasir Ris Close
Downtown East E!Hub #03-113
Mondays to Fridays: 7am to 7pm
Saturdays: 7am to 2pm
Tel: (65) 6585 5292
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