At Nobleland, our daughter Qinn Ann has been thoroughly enjoying her preschool life. She talks enthusiastically about school all the time and it is often with reluctance that she leaves the homely grounds in the evenings when we pick her up. Both my husband and I have a great sense of assurance that Qinn Ann is in safe and caring hands at the Thomson campus. All the teachers I have encountered there are well-skilled and dedicated but what impresses me the most is the genuine care and affection they shower on the children moment to moment, even when the children are being challenging. We have also been deeply touched by how some of the teachers constantly go the extra mile, e.g. personally presenting or hand-making each child gifts at Christmas time or on their birthday. It really made all of us smile right down to our hearts! We are also deeply appreciative of the vision the principal, Ms Chua has set and constantly guides the centres to pursue. With her forward-looking direction of the school programme, Qinn Ann has been thoroughly enjoying the exciting curriculum provided by Nobleland that is robust, diverse and multidisciplinary. The way arts and culture is interwoven into the children’s everyday activities is also something I personally like very much. Both my husband and I would not hesitate recommend Nobleland to our friends and relatives looking for a childcare provider for their precious kids.

Loh Lih Woon - Mother of Chan Qinn Ann (K1-2015)

Ms Shian, thank you for your effort in building and strengthening the curriculum of Nobleland Arts N Learning Place. Kai En is definitely enjoying the arts enhancement programme that he has daily be it art, dance or the sports programme. The inquiry programme planned by you and your team of teachers is interesting too. Inculcating the importance and value of being environmentally friendly and viable to the children from their tender age is also an excellent move. Your patient guidance and effort to inspire the little minds to learn and explore with every opportunity are very much appreciated. Kudos to you and all teachers at Nobleland for making such experiences possible for the children.

Siew Peng - Mother of Lim Kai Luen (K2-2013), Lim Kai En (K1-2015)

Our daughter, Portia Tee, joined Nobleland Arts N Learning when she was 18 months and she is now three years old. Over the 1.5 years that she has been in school, we have seen her grown significantly in particular her social skills. Before, she would shy away from strangers by putting her head down and avoid eye contact. Now, she is a lot more sociable and confident as she is willing to give hugs, high-fives and on occasion, entertain you with a song and dance. This would not have been possible without the dedication of the wonderful staff of Nobleland, for their patience with our little girl who can be such a handful at times. Through their frequent and timely feedback and updates on Portia, we were able to work together in partnership in developing Portia socially and emotionally. In addition, Nobleland organizes a few out-of-classroom activities and excursions to enhance the children’s learning. Portia enjoyed her trip to the Zoo and even to the theatre where she got to explore beyond the classroom. We are also very impressed with the amount of classroom mini projects that the teachers encourage children to do, this has certainly inculcated Portia’s love for drawing and painting too.

Wayne & Millicent Tee - Parent of Portia and Philene Tee (N1-2015, PG-2015)

We know that Kristen enjoys going to school and enjoys learning when she comes home and starts imitating what the teacher have taught her. We have seen a tremendous growth in her intellectual capability. The biggest observation is her writing skills. We hope to see more leadership skills in her, by leading and showing examples and to next develop her reading skills. We are overall very pleased with her growth and development at Nobleland. Thank you teacher for the dedication and hard work. We recognize it and are truly appreciative.

Kenneth Low and Cheryl Teoh - Parent of Kristen Low and Caitlyn Low (K1-2015, N1-2015)

Thank you for the support with helping Daryl adapt to school. Also, if not for the teacher’s initiative to start Daryl’s toilet training, Daryl might still be wearing diapers now. Thank you for developing Daryl’s love for singing Chinese songs and “performing” poems and the patience and hard work is paying off. The assistant teacher has been so patient with the children despite the many caregiving tasks required every day. Thank you to Nobleland’s leader and management for leading and bringing together such a wonderful team of teachers. They are always so cheerful, full of laughter and so ready to compliment and encourage Daryl. Daryl is enjoying and benefiting from your school’s curriculum, especially the art, dance classes as well as the PE lessons.

Lin Xiang Bin and Lin Jing Yi - Parent of Daryl Lin (N2-2015)

Nobleland nurtures a child holistically with nurturing and patient, quality teachers. This is a great environment where I am putting four of my children. Thanks to teachers for nurturing my girls very well in K2 last year. They are settling and coping very well in Primary 1.

Ung Lin Na - Mother of Yeo Zhe Yu (PG-2015), Yeo Liang Yu (N2-2015), Charlene Yeo Hui Xuan and Bernice Yeo Hui Qi (K2-2014)

We especially like the creative programs that Nobleland has. They not only teach my sons the ABCs, but also have dance and music lessons. The teachers are also very dedicated, paying attention to each and every child individually. They always keep us updated on the progress of the child on a regular basis and work hard with us to ensure that our kids are developing well. Most importantly, they make learning fun and our boys enjoy going to school everyday.

Christopher Chew & Juni Dewi - Parent of Ziven Chew(K1-2015) and Zeviel Chew (PG-2015)

A note of appreciation to the principal and both Aden’s teachers for making school thoroughly enjoyable for him. Aden will come back with little nuggets of facts like “The moon does not emit light on its own” from his lessons with the English teacher. His Chinese teacher certainly boosted his confidence in the language. He will come home reciting Chinese poems and is more willing to converse in Mandarin at home. So a big thank you to Ms Shian and his teachers for playing a large role in his learning and character development. I like the excursions that the school organises and its focus on the arts programs. I think Aden benefits from the hands-on learning experience and the arts programs that allow him to express his creative and sometimes dramatic side.

Corliss Phua - Mother of Aden and Asher (K2-2015, PG-2015)

Yi Hui said “I like all the works at Nobleland. I enjoy dancing and music class very much. Teachers are good. They always play games that are fun and interesting. I wish I could attend dance class every day.” Yi Ming said “I like Nobleland. I enjoy art, dancing and speech and drama. I like art because I can use my hand. I also like music class that involves actions and movements. Yi Ming said he enjoys the art class and speech and drama class very much. Coincidentally, I find that Yi Ming’s English speaking, reading and writing skills have improved tremendously. Overall I found that Nobleland has a cosy, personal and friendly setup that allows each kid to learn at their own pace and express themselves in their own way through a variety of activities.

Margaret - Mother of Twins Lim Yi Hui and Lim Yi Ming (K2-2013)

You have a team of dedicated and wonderful teachers! All so cheerful and sweet! Thank you for helping Zane to adjust to this new environment. A big thank you to all teachers and Principal. Together with my husband and Zane we are so glad to be part of the Nobleland family.

Judy Lim - Mummy of Zane Li Cheng Jun (K1-2015)

The teachers are very caring, attentive to children’s needs and go into details when discussing about children so we, as a parent, are able to know our children’s development at school in term of knowledge and behaviour. The Chinese teacher has built my daughter’s confidence in speaking fluent Chinese language and she has made improvement all this time. She is very kind and caring to all children. The school has very good communication and we are well-informed about children’s development by emails and discussions. Nobleland has a well organised monthly schedule and the excursion/ exploration outside school and activities has built my daughter’s confidence since young. Good job done by all teachers! Thanks for the excellent service provided to us.

Susie - Mother of Annabelle Wijaya (K2-2014)

Zen’s communication skills have improved a lot, in terms of his pronunciation and English Structure. I would also like to express my deepest appreciation to the Chinese teacher who has introduced lots of music and movement learning experience in the lesson and make the learning of Chinese fun! The centre’s effort in collaborating with parents and the community for children’s holistic development and character development is also commendable. Zen mentioned that the seniors at AWWA were very happy to see them perform and when he shook hands and gave goodies to them.

Mr Wong Moh Heng - Father of Zen Wong (K2-2015)

We are very happy with the progress that Sarah and Lucas have made in Nobleland. With her outspoken and active nature, Sara would have been labelled as a ‘difficult’ child in any other schools. I am thankful for the patience the teachers have given to her. They are always so encouraging and positive. I have seen a tremendous improvement in her Chinese. Lucas has grown to be more confident and comfortable with school now. He is also more independent and able to do a lot of things himself. Thank you for giving them such a loving and nurturing school environment. I think it was great when they did newspaper cuttings on relevant current issues. I hope the inclusion of General Affairs will continue. The visitation to old folks home is also good for their character development.

Edwin Sim and Constance Koh - Parent of Sim Yi Xi Lucas (K2-2015) and Sim Lexi Sara Jane (K2-2014)

Zanna have shown tremendous improvement in her social and motor skills. She was previously a timid child who does not like to express herself. Now she is confident to communicate her views and has been resorting to art to express her feelings and views. Thank you for giving her the opportunity to be involved in the Special Canvas Painting project and the artwork has become part of the backdrop for the year end integrated production Swimmy. She always likes to draw whenever she has free time at home. She seems to have endless energy when engaging in this integrated production and I believe that the process has definitely built up her resilience and she is now more motivated to try out new learning experiences. Thank you for organizing the charity and mini performance at the Senior Citizen’s Home. It has helped Zanna and Zabelle to understand family values and social responsibility. They commented that there are still people who are less fortunate in this world and we should do our part to help them in whatever way we can. School should organize these programmes often! Appreciate deeply the group of dedicated educators who have taught her over these years and your dedication towards children’s education. Keep up the good work!

Sabrina Lau - Mother of Zanna (K2, 2013) and Zabelle (K2-2015)

Thank you for making the learning journey enjoyable and meaningful for the triplets. The dedicated and passionate educators have earned their respect, trust and appreciation. I can see that the kind of learning experiences they go through at Nobleland are so enriching and joyful as compared to their older sibling while he was their age at another preschool with a different programme. Each triplet has identified his or her unique strengths and interest (Jen Yih wants to be an artist/architect like his father, Kia Hui wants to be a teacher and Kia Min wants to be a dancer in future) which they would like to build on and I believe that this will bring them very far in their learning journey. Thank you for bringing the community service close to children as evidenced in the AWWA community project. Thank you for the integrated and holistic programme and curriculum you have offered and the loving and caring environment for the triplets.

Len Leng - Mother of Triplets Jen Yih, Kia Hui and Kia Min (K2-2013)

My twins enjoy role-playing at home, especially when one pretends to be the teachers and reading a book to the student. They also enjoyed writing, drawings and reading at home, which shows an extension of the success on the school curriculum. They are always looking forward to going to school and even on weekends if we are to pass by the area, they would be excited and proud to inform that the school is nearby and they will be happy to attend school! The teachers also play an important role as they always mention their names at home and are reminded of their own good and bad conducts from the teachers. I was pleasantly surprised that they can cite Di Zi Gui, and the charity work at Senior Activity centre which I feel is very meaningful to character development. The Reading Programme is also excellent as they come home with the books and read to us confidently, while pointing fingers to the words. As for the general knowledge, they came back with vocabulary related to environment understanding like many parts in the earth are polluted and they can suggest ways to love the environment! Thank you for your conviction to collaborate with parents for our children’s learning and development.

Mr and Mrs Steven Tang - Parents of Twins Ashley and Ashton Tang (K2-2015)

We still remember our child hardly knew Chinese but when he joined Nobleland in K2, we could see the change in his love for Chinese and his attitude in learning. Thanks to the patience that both teachers of Elisha that he has shown more confidence and is enthusiastic to try and learn new things now. The Electricity project was a good exposure for my child to know more about the usage and relationship between batteries, wires and light bulbs. He was very thrilled over what he has learnt in school and shared excitedly with us at home. We had a fun time working together on the battery-operated car too. We truly appreciate the encouragement and support from all teachers. Thank you for making a difference in the lives of these young ones! My child always looks forward to the excursions and events planned by your centre. They are well organised and meaningful to them. Thank you Ms Shian for giving us updates on his participation in school through the online portfolio. It is indeed more accessible and convenient to view his photos.

Linda Wee - Mother of Elisha (K2-2014)