Global EduHub to expand number of kindergarten care and after-school student care centres by 2019
Singapore, 24 September 2018 – Global EduHub, Singapore’s pre-eminent education services provider will be expanding their network of student care centres to include five more kindergarten care (KCare) centres and two more community-based student care centres by 2019, bringing the total count of their student care centres to 28 islandwide. Operating under NASCANS, the upcoming community-based student care centres will be at Clementi Avenue 3 and Jurong Gateway Road. The new KCare centres will be situated at Kranji Primary School, Blangah Rise Primary School, Toa Payoh Primary School, Dazhong Primary School and Anchor Green Primary School. This expansion will see that the needs of more children are met through high quality after-school care.
Global EduHub’s Chief Operating Officer, Peh Yi Han, said, “Our NASCANS student care brand focuses on creating high quality experiences that meets the holistic developmental needs of primary school children and their parents through our services, programmes and mentors. Building trust with these families is important for us and is the foundation of what we do. We are confident that the learning experiences at NASCANS will help improve their academic performance and mold their character.”
Senior Custer Head for NASCANS, Jenn Wee, said, “There are more dual-income families now and the demand for after-school care is increasing. Such after-school care centres provide a safe place for their children to head to after school hours. Each child will be well taken care of – from their homework completion, to character development and dietary needs. As we expand our after-school care services, parents can go to work with a peace of mind that their children are in good hands.”
Established in 2006, NASCANS has been the trusted partner for schools and parents for thousands of children in professional after-school care. It currently operates 19 school-based student care centres, two community-based centres and one kindergarten care centre, which serve a total of over 3,000 students.