Little Olive Tree Preschool (Woodlands )
Little Olive Tree Preschool (Woodlands) is a preschool that tells the story of God’s truth, beauty and goodness. We hope that every child that comes through our doors will be like olive trees flourishing in the house of God, trusting always in His unfailing love.
Our role at Little Olive Tree Preschool (by PPS) is to be worthy partners to teach and love the children as our own. Doing anything lesser is a disservice to our children who are precious in the eyes of God.
Full Day Hours
Mon - Fri: 7am to 7pm
Half Day Hours
Mon - Fri: 7am to 1pm OR 1pm to 7pm
Little Olive Tree Preschool (Woodlands) is located at 1 Woodlands Street 83, Singapore 738488, within the premises of Woodlands Evangelical Free Church.
By Foot: 8mins walk from Woodlands MRT
Full Day: $1200/month
Half Day: $750/month
Additional fees: Non-refundable registration fee ($120) and refundable deposit ($1,200).
*Fees listed here are before government subsidy and GST
Little Olive Tree Preschools, by PPS, will adopt the Truth, Beauty and Goodness Programme Framework. This means classrooms and learning areas are set up to encourage learning, and to make children's thinking visible.
Practically, it means employing a muted and nature-inspired colour palette so that children's attention will be drawn to the learning material and their work. Little Olive Preschools will adopt the the look-and-feel in the classrooms and learning environments to that end.
Learning Centres and Classroom Set Up
Children Learning in Action and Learning Materials
Principal Designate: Ms. Rachel Lee
“Few of us can do great things. But all of us can do small things with great love". This maxim by Mother Theresa has been the heartbeat of what Rachel seeks to do daily in her Centre.
Rachel left a lustrious career in the finance field, choosing to be a teacher in her son's preschool in 2012. Since then, she has not looked back. To her, working with children and families is a wonderful conduit for her to express God's love.
She treasures the relationships that she has fostered with the children and families she works with and recognises that before any learning and growth can take place, a trusting relationship must be the foundation.